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Isn't that what the expression 'getting out of your mind' is supposed to mean.J. T. SHEA wrote:Ink, Username, you're both right. I find J. T. annoying at times too. But I can't find a way to 'foe' myself.
Everywhere you go, there you are. So some people choose to lose themselves in drugs.
Michael Palin in his travel show, 'Around The World in Eight Days', was at a tea-house where men were smoking hookahs, and he said to them: "I thought you guys were all getting out of your minds'.
But you don't need drugs to get out of your mind! This is what books are for! J.T. - let's trade places for a day. You be me, and I'll be you. Get ready to have to fight off the most beautiful babes you've ever seen. You'll be standing there in public and chicks will just start clawing at you. God it gets 'real' tiring after a while. Me being you, I'll bet I end up with a Guinness in my hands.
Sometimes I need a drug to get INTO my mind, but caffeine rather than alcohol. I've just drunk my third large mug of coffee today and I still need a nap!
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