Nobody calls when its quiet. Everyone calls when you are in the middle of Life. It doesn’t take 11 e-mails to get one item completed. Why can’t newcasters tie their own shoes without a teleprompter? Add that you are missing sleep and trying to function in a Public World. dievca is a crab who is trying to be very nice at this moment – when she really just wants to snap everyone’s head off with her claws…
Sorry about the whigning – dievca really needs sleep.
It’s something that is not quite as easy to clean as the spill in the photo….
Maybe this is a sign that dievca needs to shift over to her new computer, bought in August?
she’s been dragging her substantial a** on it.
Um, the rubbing alcohol she poured on the wireless keyboard made the screen turn upside down…..and that irritation might just give her the impetus to switch.
Yeah~we all know what her weekend will entail.
So what’s the grossest thing you’ve spilled on your computer keyboard?
dievca is sorry…..mmmmmm….
….if that song from Monday has been stuck in your head all week. (here’s why)
It’s been stuck in her head, too.
It’s an “EarWorm”.
An earworm, sometimes known as a brainworm, sticky music, or stuck song syndrome, is a catchy piece of music that continually repeats through a person’s mind after it is no longer playing. Phrases used to describe an earworm include “musical imagery repetition”, “involuntary musical imagery”, and “stuck song syndrome” (wiki)
Which brought up this song:
Which may be an Earworm in of itself.
Why do we run into EarWorms?
TED Talks: Earworms: Those songs that get stuck in your head – Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis (4 min 45 sec)
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: Tunes Stuck In Your Head: You May Have An Earworm – The Science behind Haunting Melodies
What are your Earworms?
Umm, it could be a subtle form of S & M.