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Tonight's Closing Thoughts #483

Posted by Bambi , Mar 07 2013 · 603 views

Gah I wish I could stop bouncing my leg all the time. >_<

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I read this as I was bouncing my leg.

In return, I feel obliged to remind you that there is no comfortable place in your mouth for your tongue.
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Why would you even ;_;
I feel obliged to remind you that you blink about once very 4 seconds.
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Mar 08 2013 12:04 AM

I don't know why so many people feel the need to bounce their legs all the time. I see it all the time whenever I'm in class, or wherever people need to pay attention to something (except the movies for some reason). Is it to stop their leg from going numb? Is it because sitting still isn't comfortable? Is it an automatic thing you have no control over? I really just don't understand.

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For me, I really can't stay still when I sit. Even when I'm laying in bed I shake my leg until I fall asleep. Sometimes I don't even realize it.

That, and some people have what's known as Restless Leg Syndrome.

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Restless Leg Syndrome is bull hooey that was vomited up by some 'scientists' of a caliber equal to those by the First Scientific Community of Christ or whatever the psychotically wrong christian scientists that the fundamentalists whip out are being called now. I bet you, donuts to dollars, that RLS didn't even get a single mention more than six months before the "medication" came out.


Initiate Manually Directed Breathing.

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Uuuuhh.. Riiiight. Exactly.

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