We decided to call her Luna. Not because of that one, I hasten to add.
The Apathy Pit
If you're going to keep making me collect every single one of my packages, at least try and have reasonable opening hours for me to actually go collect them.
They are the songs you cannot get out of your head. Now scientists may have found a way to help anyone plagued by those annoying tunes that lodge themselves inside our heads and repeat on an endless loop.
Researchers claim the best way to stopping the phenomenon, sometimes known as earworms – where snippets of a catchy song inexplicably play like a broken record in your brain – is to solve some tricky anagrams.
This can force the intrusive music out of your working memory, they say, allowing it to be replaced with other more amenable thoughts.
After spending at least an hour playing anagram games online I can safely say that...nooope. All that it's achieved is switching the song repeating itself in my head. Oh god, this is horrible (not the song, the sensation).
Also, uh, I guess I ought to thank Kumata for encouraging me to bring this up with my doctor. I still don't reckon I have SAD but if it'll stop me from being so generally shy all the time I can't complain.
False life of the automaton
Complaining about video games.
(Do people still do these...?)
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