Allegorical Nonsense

An allegory. Nonsense. Put them together. Okay, not really.

Saturday, May 27, 2006

Do you ever?

Do you ever get the feeling, when you're driving home, and it's late at night, and you know you're tired but you're pretty sure you're awake enough to be able to make it home - that maybe, you've actually fallen asleep on the road and that you're dreaming the fact that you're driving? Now that I think of it, there are two parts to that. First, the chance that you could be dreaming that you're driving. Second, the chance that while you're doing that dreaming, you're also actually driving.

No? You don't?

Oh, me neither.

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At 6:22 PM, Blogger Simon Holloway said...

There is only one way to know for sure: drive really fast. The sheer thrill caused by risking your life will wake you up if you're asleep or confirm that you're dreaming if you're not. And don't worry about hurting anybody: they're just figments of your tired imagination.

[THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE ROADS AND TRAFFIC AUTHORITY]

 

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