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The History Of Only God Knows What

It was a cold December morning in the fine year of two thousand and twenty three; the day of great ungratefulness. We find the Ottoman Empire lying about in ruins due to the one million tasseled, miniscule chest lobed llamas protest march.mean-fish-thumb

Disease ran rampant across the land – followed by the police in hot pursuit. The Queen of Gomorra, Queen Harlot, seeing the scores of super cute (yet highly underappreciated) panties being neglected questionably offered a decree to all stores in the land to hold a discount sale in an attempt to find the panties good homes.

The moon was observed to exist and the gourd stocks rose exponentially. In those days, masses of people boarded any boats and ships available to make the arduous and fruitless sail from New York and then back to New York again – making no progress in their distance from shore.

In the presence of weakness of world governments around the globe, one dictator, Mr. Ganglylegs III,  rose to arms, soon after realized he had current ownership of two arms already and needed not a third, sat back down to tea and crumpets.

Queen Harlot was impressed by the unimpressiveness of Mr. Ganglylegs III and sent a message to the dictator via pigeon to happen upon a possible dinner meeting. The dictator, always one to never turn down a chance for a free meal, accepted the invitation.

Over cheesecake and a bit of “political” copulation, Queen Harlot and Mr. Ganglylegs III designed a Breakfast Committee that, to this day, still affects breakfast menus. Hence those annoying gnats that flutter over rotten fruits.

At the year’s end, it was the gypsy camps found in the middle of the woods, downtown Cambridge, that unearthly visitors visited and shared with the local vole museum curators technologies that would turn the page of the downtrodden economy.

Among the host of things shared, it would be the reusable teabag filter filtration system (patented in 1679) used for battery operated, commercial grade backpack type leaf blowers used by people wearing French maid outfits that would prove to be most beneficial.

After the three blind mice reclaimed their tails, corn began to seemingly grow from the ground in which it was planted. This led to such things such as roofers losing random nails in people’s yards, “B” words would officially begin with the letter “B”, and “poverty rates” would be used to describe the financial status of a population.

The following year, in two thousand and twenty two, married couples lived together. Figurative and literal compensation was awarded to men and women whose occupation was to take orders and give assistance in elevators in what was coined as tips.3884e1fb26aea77b1348714d80e0d03d--book-images-public-domain

In conclusion, it is easy to understand how the decisions and the effects of those decisions have made it increasingly difficult to find good web domains for websites. Evicting goblins stealing socks will help prevent a stressful living condition in the household.

Yet Another Life

Continuous scenes of normal life pass by the window. A repetitious bloom bloom sound is noticeable, but has long since become mostly hidden with the rest of the ambient noise. Surrounded by strangers, always feeling out of place, and now, admittedly, getting a little hungry. Fantastic.

I’m lost in my thoughts. Nothing out of the norm there. I think I live in my head more than I do in this so-called “reality” I’m stuck in. Ah, if only I could remember why I’m here! Yay me for having the great chore of being some one else.

I often find myself chuckling. Only to myself, yet perhaps a bit out loud. I’m wondering such things like how this time would be viewed and judged if taken back and shown to a previous, more primitive, time?

For example . . .

Let’s take the lady sitting down the car from me. By any conceivable accounts, yes, she is very pretty! Good skin, nice hair . . . . Nothing out of place except she has a bigger bulge in her pants than I could ever hope for! A very sarcastic “Thank you” to Mother Nature; as I’m sure she’s thanking Father Science.

Or, how about this one?

Cars. Airplanes. Spacecraft! I mean, how would the mighty fleets of the old Spanish armada react if they seen a modern stealth destroyer? Or maybe take a tank and a helicopter to the front lines of the Battle of Gettysburg? And on the endless list goes.

The problem, my current problem, now is is that sometimes there’s a glitch when moving around. You wouldn’t think so, but it’s true. For most, moving around is known as such things like: astral projecting, past lives, deja vu, time travel, and whatever else there is.

For the extreme few who know better, it’s simply known Quantum Lapsing. And, as the name suggests, there is quite a bit of lapsing. In spite of popular belief, there’s a lot more of a process than just simply disappearing from one place and being magically transported to another.

Not to give too much away, but what you must understand about Quantum Lapsing is that the you that is being lapsed . . . isn’t the same you whenever and/or wherever it is you go. And, oh, one more critical piece . . . prepare to spend years, if not an entire lifetime, at the destination.

Which brings me to my problem.: this person that is me isn’t the original me. More than that, I have to expand my consciousness to remember why it is I’m here. Hence why it takes so long – being born (or reborn) as a whole different person.

Yep! Like the great majority of those of us who’ve lapsed, I was born into this world – this time. I have characteristics of my current “mother” and “father”, lived a life not unlike those around me, but there are also new changes.

I like and dislike things the real me did, but also things the real me didn’t. I have new habits, hobbies, skills (or a lack thereof), and so on. Then there’s the genealogy, time/space interferences, and let’s not forget the historical footprints.

I’m sure you have gathered by now the complexity of the situation.

There is a plus side, however. The more you lapse . . . the longer you live. Seemingly, at least. If I am able to return to my time, my original body, before I die here then I can go on living my life as I know it. And if I lapse again, then the possibility of living out a whole new existence somewhere is just another lifetime I’ve lived.

But, there is bad news, too.

Should I die here, which is also very, very likely, then that’s it for me. Not too fun, huh? Yes, well,  it’s a risk we all take. And, ultimately, a risk well worth the taking. Well, I think so.

Also, it’s far easier to go forward in time than it is to go back. For a long time, it was theorized going backwards was impossible. We know now that it is possible. But it’s also extremely dangerous. A person’s survival rate of just making the journey alone significantly plummets.

Anyhow. Now that I went through all of that, which I probably shouldn’t had mentioned to begin with, allow me to resume my initial point. Which is me, on this train, here and now, with no utter clue as to why except that I have a purpose.

A purpose, I might add, that is beyond the normally perceived idea that we are all here for a purpose. I have that, too. It’s just mine is much greater than yours. No ego attached to that last statement, by the way.

So, I guess in the meantime, I’ll continue to drive myself nuts knowing that I know more than these know-it-alls around me, live my life as those who know me perceive and expect it to, and, of course, try my best to stay alive . . . again.


What Do Cats Think About?

Let’s face it . . . No matter if you love them or hate them, these four legged, hairball puking animals are very high on the list of the world’s most interesting creatures.

Besides the occasional mentally deranged human being, they are the only animal on the face of the planet to kill just for the fun of it. And, for many people, these deadly house lions in miniature live right in our homes.

Enter one: Felis Catus. Or, as they are more commonly called, the domestic house cat.Strange Stare Animal Kitty Cat Head Stray Eyes

Personally, I have mixed feelings about house cats. Whether I like them or not depends on the hour and the day you were to ask me. I have, however, if by choice or not, owned many. And by many . . . let’s just say I’ve lost count somewhere half way through my cat ownership years.

I have had some that I liked, some I couldn’t really stand, and only one I considered to be my little buddy; a Siamese mix who would wait by the door for me to come home from work, and, once I crossed the threshold, would begin telling me all about his day with nonstop, conversational style meowing.

We know the attitude. Even if you despise cats, everyone is fully aware of their personas. They think they are royalty. They con us to get what they want when they want it. They are not our pets, we are theirs.

Once worshiped by ancient Egyptians and even today by the most hard core of cat owners, they undoubtedly have their place in history on this planet we call home.

But one thing that has always fascinated me about cats isn’t just their quirky personalities we have come to baste the internet with, but the deeper side of whatever it is that lies behind those soul peering eyes.

Yes, the question we must ask now and probably forever more is:

What the hell do they think about?

Allow me to take a moment and give you a couple examples from some cats I use to know. I’m sure you can  relate.

Gato numero uno: The name eludes me presently, but I had this one cat who took contemplating all things deep and serious to a whole new level. I am sure if he could speak English, he would sit, wining and dining, with today’s most world renowned scientists and theologians.

Perhaps it was some bizarre form of meditation, but his favorite thing to do was to walk up to a random position near point blank range from a random wall, sit on his haunches, and stare for perhaps a few minutes, to an hour, or maybe even longer.

With his nose mere inches from the wall, he’d look at this spot and then another; studying it carefully. He may look around the room just to maintain a visual of his surroundings, but other than that, he would simply stare at the wall.

I have no idea what the point and purpose of this strange act was, but this is a cat we’re talking about! He really didn’t need a point to do anything, did he?

Then there was Satellite. So named for her habit of constantly being spaced out; a space cadet, as my father might have called her.

Satellite seemed like a normal cat until, especially until, she went to sleep. She had this thing she would do that she would (be sound asleep and) suddenly, out of the clear blue, jump up all freaked out, sometimes doing flips in mid-air, which often times included taking off running full speed to a random place in a random room of the house before stopping abruptly.

This didn’t mean the end of her little session, however. She now had the option to either return back to the world and resume cat normalcy, whatever that is exactly, or take off again to another random place in, more than likely, another random room of the house.

Why did she do this? Was it a feline version of night terrors? I don’t know. I may never know! In fact, we as humans may never come to understand what it is that makes cats tick.

I had a very dear friend who once said, “Cats know things.” This simple, yet powerful, statement was coming from a past era of his life as a pagan priest; obviously in reference to cats as familiars and magickal animals.

And maybe they do know things! Maybe they were worshiped for a reason? And a damn good one? Guardians of some spiritual realm or reincarnated beings from another time and place . . . .

It all boils down to, for me anyway, natural behavior. Animal behavior and instincts is interesting to me. It’s fascinating! Truly! Why do they do what they do, and how do they even know to do it in the first place?

What I do know, what I can say for sure is, they are probably far more intelligent and far more in tune with the cosmos than I will ever be; no matter how hard I try.

And with cats, there does seem to be something serious, almost important, going on in those little kitty cat skulls. I very much wish I could read their minds. I’m sure that if I could I’d be able to write some of the best selling material the world has ever seen or ever will see.

In any case, loved or hated, furry or hairless, but always mysterious, these domesticated catchers of things from grasshoppers to birds (and everything in between) will remain in close proximity to us one way or another.

Cats. They’re here to stay. And they’re so much more than just a musical.

Annoying Things That Annoy Me . . . Annoyingly

Sometimes, we simply get annoyed about things that there may or may not be a plausible cause for. Perhaps there was something from our childhood that has rooted a giant that is now in your life that just drives you crazy?

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This is a stupid and completely unnecessary list (not to mention a total waste of time) of SOME of those things that get under my skin and crawl around like wriggling hell worms that hate cute, adorable puppies and cotton candy Halloween pretzels with sugar sprinkles.

So, here we go!

  1. CHEWING! I despise chewing, and here’s why: it’s so-o-o a waste of time. I mean, sure there is a host of reasons why we must engage in the chewing process, but OMG! Is there not something else I could be using my time for? Um, let me thi – YES!
  2. Eating. Eating follows the same reasoning as chewing, so let’s move on . . . .
  3. Restroom Activities. Sigh. Do I have to say anything, really?
  4. Holier-Than-Thou Attitudes. Damn. No, this one goes on my things that piss me the “F” off more than mini size milkshakes.
  5. Bad Drivers. What defines a bad driver, you may ask? Well, a bad driver is a person that clearly needs to retake a driver’s test. Driving 20 miles per hour under the posted speed limit? Bad driver. Someone who flies around you like a bat out of hell just to come to an immediate slow down to make a turn? Bad driver. Pulling out in front of you on a major road and doesn’t start to come to posted speed until 300 feet down the road, thus causing you to slow down to a near complete stop? BAD FRICK’N DRIVER!
  6. Little Annoying Things. This should be a list of its own. Things such as: fad clothes, fad haircuts, attitudes against you because you haven’t jumped on the FAD train. Being late for something only to have to deal with a bad driver. Water rings left on the table from the condensation from your glass. Ok. You get the point.
  7. Stupid People. Need . . . I . . . say . . . more? (Weak and badly timed laugh)
  8. Extremists. More specifically, extremists that lack the ability to use their common sense to look at facts and history and make an intelligent decision on a matter instead of believing something AS fact just because some one says it is or else.
  9. Smacking While Eating or Chewing Gum. Are you seriously asking for every living thing on the planet capable of slapping you to slap you? Are you? Seriously?
  10. Talking During a Movie at a Movie Theater. Have you ever seen a large bag filled with super buttered popcorn used as a lethal weapon? No? Then keep talking!
  11. Making a Cup of Coffee or Tea and There’s NO SUGAR! Or, even worse, only a few grains of sugar to mock you from accomplishing your life goal of a delicious cup of yumminess.
  12. Political CRAP! Yes, I capitalized every single letter of the word CRAP.
  13. Crinkle Noises From Cellophane and Chip Bags. More specifically, said noise(s) in a quiet room.

Alright. This can go on forever, so let me just make a paragraph structure of the next few things right off the top of my head to help speed things up. Annoyed Mauzen Stroke Cat Stress Teeth Annoy

Dying batteries, ass kissers (which should be number one on this list), bugs (gnats, flies, fleas, and mosquitos especially), yapping and whiney dogs – not to mention barking dogs that never ever shut up, humidity, being hungry . . . and/or thirsty, light bulbs blowing out, bleeding on the job, solicitors, being sick – especially having a drippy nose, people who do something wrong then look at you like it’s your fault and are willing to lash out at you about it, pin pointing a problem to a “professional” and they still say you’re wrong, cleaning (dust, dishes, clothes, etc.), people who think you are less of a human because you don’t live and think like they do, the fact that there are laws to enforce laws that have been made to enforce the laws that enforce the original laws which are more than likely stupid and pointless to begin with, having to go to the doctor for anything, fumbling with coffee filters, tea going bad, soda going flat, blog posts like this one . . . although they are fun to write (smiley face), always running out of gas in your vehicle, body aches and pains, dead cell phone batteries and no signal areas – the dreaded “dead zones”, war (not the song, btw. That song rocks!), small parking spaces meant for your car that are only big enough for a bicycle, people that act like they’re happy all the time when you know they really aren’t, and, to throw in one more to end this crazy thing, shaving.

Right, so there are obviously a lot of things that annoy me, and, of course, more personal things I didn’t add to the list. But who cares? Let’s hear about something that annoys you! Post it in the comments below, and thanks for stopping by!

Komplex Sinplicities Character Interviews

Hi and hello! Today, I have with me a few special guests to speak with from my book, Komplex Sinplicities. Let’s see, we have with us Aldwin, from The Game, Carly, from No More Apart, Stephen, from The Unwelcomed Guest, and Amberly, from The Cereal Thief. Let’s get started!

KR: Ok! So, in no particular order, let’s start with Carly. Hello, Carly!

Carly: Hi! How are you?

KR: I’m good! I’m good! Welcome! And thank you for joining us today!

Carly: Thank you! Glad to be here!

KR: No problem! So, uh, in the story, No More Apart, you played a wife who had a beautiful life ahead of her and was brutally murdered.

Carly: Yep.

Me: Wanna tell us how you felt about playing that part?

Carly: Well, you wrote it, of course, but it was actually pretty intense! Robert (no offense, Robert!) is a scary looking guy. So when he came after me to do the rape thing, most of that, from me, wasn’t acting. It was for real!

KR: Well, you weren’t suppose to know what was about to happen. We needed that raw emotion for the readers, ya know?

Carly: *chuckles* Yeah, but you could have written me a heads up! That guy is spooky as hell! I thought I was going to have a frick’n heart attack!

KR: Yeah, except you were horrifically mutilated . . . .

Carly: Erm, yes. I was.

KR: Sorry. Just kidding. Well, I feel like you played the role very well. It was a graphic scene between you and Robert!

Carly: Oh, god, no kidding! And poor Johnny getting all smashed up and everything!

KR: The poor guy. *chuckles* He’s a good guy, but who cares, right?

Carly: O-o-oh ho ho ho you’re so mean!

KR: *laughs*

Carly: Harsh, but it is true! At least he didn’t have a guy’s head inside his body! *chuckles*

KR: The joys of being a writer. *laughs* Thanks, Carly! It’s been a pleasure. Next up? Aldwin! Get in here, hero! Aldwin from The Game, everybody!

Aldwin: That would be me, yes. Thank you.

KR: Whatever. So! Quite a show there with the suicide club thing.

Aldwin: I wouldn’t exactly call it a “club”.

KR: No, you wouldn’t. But I would. And I did!

Aldwin: Unfortunately.

KR: So, Aldwin, what did you think of the part I wrote for you?

Aldwin: Well, since you asked, I think . . .

KR: And where did you find these suicidal club members? How did you get a group of people together . . . that all wanted to . . . kill yourselves?

Aldwin: Um, it’s called fiction. It wasn’t real, Kyran.

KR: Yes, it was. Fiction, I mean.

Aldwin: It was a funny story though.

KR: That happens to be my opinion, also! Wow! We have so much in common!

Aldwin: No, I don’t . . .

KR: Thank you Aldwin! It was great having you here so I could waste your time!

Aldwin: Wasting the readers’ time . . . .

KR: Oh, yeah? You want to bring that attitude to the table? You just wait until after this interview, and see how I kill you off this time! *clears throat* Right! So! Let’s all give a big round of applause to our next guest, Stephen!

Stephen: Hey, Kyran!

KR: Hey, Stephen! How’s that trigger finger?

Stephen: *chuckles* Well, it’s better now! But you damn near broke it when you had me use that pistol as a damn carpenter’s mallet!

KR: Anyway, Stephen, that role in The Unwelcomed Guest was pretty twisted!

Stephen: Yes, it was rather sick, really.

KR: Yeah, disturbing! So, tell us, how hard was it for you to play that role? I mean, what was your method?

Stephen: I didn’t have a certain method or anything. It was more like me just knowing none of it was real and just moving forward with the scene.

KR: If you had a choice, how would you have written the story differently?

Stephen: Oh! Wow! The author asking the character in his story how they would write the story?

KR/Stephen: *both laugh*

KR: Well, just throw out an idea. Anything!

Stephen: Ok, well, I think I would had made it more clear, in a hinted sort of way, that the family’s house I went to wasn’t my actual family, you know?

KR: But then the ending would’ve been spoiled for the readers!

Stephen: Well, you asked. *chuckles*

KR: Ha! Ha! Yes I did. Thank you, Stephen. Our last guest played more of a supporting role, but she was fantastic nonetheless! Let’s bring in Amberly! Hello, Amberly!

Amberly: *smiling* Hi!

KR: Amberly, you played an annoyed older sister who was just . . . bored with life, bored with the world, bored with . . .

Amberly:  Bored with being held hostage!

KR: Indeed! Yes! Like you get held hostage every other day or something.

Amberly: *laughs*

KR: You played the part good, I think, but you don’t seem like the annoyed type?

Amberly: *more laughing* No, I’m not, but it seems to be my thing, so I just go along with it. I’m actually a happy-go-lucky sort of chick.

KR: Yeah, I get that from you! So, tell us, what did you like most about the story?

Amberly: Oh, gosh! What did I not like? I absolutely loved Brynn! She kept me rolling! Like, I mean, how many times did you have to stop typing because the story fell apart because of her?

KR: *laughs* She was a hoot, for sure!

Amberly: But, seriously, I also liked the other characters, too. And the names you came up with for those cereals? OMG! *laughs*

KR: Oh, the cereals! *laughs* Did you ever eat any of them?

Amberly: No! But I so-o-o wanted to try them!

KR: To be honest? So did I! *chuckles* So, thank you, Amberly! It was a pleasure having you in my book! Maybe we can do a part two to the story in the future?

Amberly: I would very much like to do a sequel! And thank you, too!

KR: You’re most welcome! So, that’s all the time we have today. I’d like to thank you for visiting my website. I hope, if you have read Komplex Sinplicities, that you have enjoyed it, and, if not, then you can go here to grab a copy for yourself.

I’d like to hear from you guys, so drop me a line! I may not be able to reply to all of them, but I will certainly read them. And as always, have an awesome day!

Guy On A Buffalo

These have to be some of the most hilarious videos I have watched in some time. I’ve seen them a while back, but decided to share them with YOU guys in case you haven’t.

If you’re not already doing so then you might wanna sit down. Because in just a moment you’re gonna be laughing too hard to stand up! Enjoy!

Guy On A Buffalo – Episode 1 (Bears, Indians & Such)

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Aw, you ain’t done yet, son! Keep going!

Guy On A Buffalo – Episode 2 (Orphans, Cougars & What Not)

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Dry them eyes! There’s MORE!

Guy On A Buffalo – Episode 3: Finale Part 1 (Origins, Villains & The Like)

Whatcha doin’ on the floor? Get back in that chair! You still have another round!

Guy On A Buffalo – Episode 4: Finale Part 2 (Rehab, Vengeance & What Have You)

Okay! Okay… Can ya breathe yet? Did ya like ’em? Tell us what you thought about them in the comments section below!

And while you’re at it, stop on by this website and thank The Possum Posse (all rights reserved) for their work! Keyword… “THEIR work!” Not mine!

10 Signs You Should Invest In Vagina

Okay! You probably read the title and are completely freaking out right now! Or maybe you read the title and really want to read about those 10 signs you should invest in vagina.

*slaps back of hand* Blog Post Idea Generator

Bad! BAD boy! …or girl! BAD I say!

So what is all of this about, you ask? Well, I came across a blog post generator, and, just for kicks, I thought I’d try it out. It’s by HubSpot, and you can find the link to this generator here.

You may already be familiar with this. I don’t know. I’m not brand spanking new at blog posts, but I am fairly new at it. And I have heard/read about blog post generators before and said to myself:

Se-e-elfLet’s go try one and see what it comes up with!

So I did! And here is how this particular one works. It’s pretty cool, actually, and good for a laugh if for nothing else. Alright. Moving on…

When you pull up the site, you’re going to see there are three (3) blocks for you to enter a noun into. Think of any 3 (three) random nouns, or something perhaps that relates to one another (preferably related to your blog), and hit the “GIVE ME BLOG TOPICS!” button.

Here are the nouns, the THREE words describing a person, place, or thing (or idea) that I thought of. And don’t ask me “why” I chose these three particular words. Because I don’t have an answer for that.

Anyway, the resulted number of 5 minus (or, take away) 2 is the number of words I put in, and they were:

  1. Airplane
  2. Chocolate
  3. Vagina

After typing in my noun choices, I hit the button, and then, like magic, the generator spat out five topics (a weeks worth of things to talk about) just like that. Want to know what it gave me? Well, here are the results:

  1. 7 Things About Chocolate Your Boss Wants To Know (That’s just too funny! If anyone writes a blog post about this come back and let me know.)
  2. How To Solve The Biggest Problems With Airplane (I’m not sure if they are talking about the mode of transportation or the movie here. Hmmm…)
  3. 10 Signs You Should Invest In Vagina (I should probably leave this one alone. Or maybe write a post on it? What are your thoughts? Tell me in the comments below!)
  4. 20 Myths About Chocolate (This could actually be a blog post. In fact, I think I may have seen it somewhere before.)
  5. Why We Love Airplane (And You Should, Too!) (Yeah, I think they’re referring to the movie; of which I haven’t seen. That’s totally taking my noun out of context!)

Pretty cool, huh? That was fun! And funny! Ok, one more time just for giggles. Let’s take three more words and see what it comes up with. Let’s use the words:

  1. Penis (JUST to be fair, guys!)
  2. Wombat (Because I just love saying the word wombat.)
  3. Potato (Why not?)

Ok. Here we go! Let’s see what the blog post generator from HubSpot comes up with!And the results are (drum roll, please!):

20 Myths About Penis (I can only imagine what some of you are probably saying right now. You’re probably laughing, too! Alright. Back on subject…)

15 Best Blogs To Follow About Wombat (Is there even ONE blog about wombat? Please! Somebody tell me!)

Why We Love Potato (And You Should, Too!) (Yeah, I can already see how this is going to be repetitive. But it’s still cool, nonetheless!)

10 Things Your Competitors Can Teach You About Penis (Guys, I promise you I am not making this up! I think I’ll leave that one where it stands.)

The History Of Wombat (Sounds like the History and Discovery channels got together and made a documentary about the poor little wombat.)

Okay! So, there ya have it! A fun, and possibly helpful, blog post generator. All thanks to our friends over at

I hope you have enjoyed this post! If so, leave a comment and check out the T-Shirts that I went through the trouble to make JUST for you guys!

Thank you for visiting! And until next time, as always, shave a donkey!

25 “What If” Questions List

From time to time, we all have those random “What if” questions that pop into our heads. Well, I can assure you, I’m no different!

I thought I’d post a few just for fun. Enjoy! What If

  1. What if, instead of making the sounds animals normally make, they say the name of what their species is known by in the language of the country in which they live?
  2. What if you had a pen that would allow you to write in whatever you wanted it to? Like, one minute it could write in ink or paint, then in graphite, then perhaps in blood or crayon.
  3. What if our planet was as big as Jupiter? Or bigger? Or as small and icy as Pluto?
  4. What if we lived underground without the knowledge or concept of what light was?
  5. What if hair and grass had feelings and voices?
  6. What if we didn’t have to breathe?
  7. What if one day you woke up or came home from work to find the characters from your favorite movie or book you wrote/read all in your house? Some playing cards or eating at the table, one watching television, one washing dishes in an apron, another attempting to vacuum the floor, and so on.
  8. What if you woke up and it was yesterday? Or last week? Or last year?
  9. What if you woke up one day and you were some one else? Or some thing else?
  10. What if nothing or no one looked as they do now?
  11. What if we were as tall as ants or as big as fabled giants?
  12. What if certain things we take for granted were never invented? Some examples are: cell phones, microwave ovens, springs, toilet paper, milk chocolate, fast food restaurants, the domestication of animals, concrete, fermented alcohol, and written language.
  13. What if we could communicate with animals like we humans do with each other? Mind Blown
  14. What if everyone on the planet was a single race, a single sex, and spoke a single language and, perhaps, even looked all the same? Your wheels are turning, aren’t they? *evil laugh*
  15. What if we communicated telepathically and could see and hear each other’s thoughts?
  16. What if we weren’t the dominate species?
  17. What if we were invaded by hostile aliens or the zombie apocalypse happened?
  18. What if there were no hot and cold temperatures outside; everyday was the same level of comfortable to everybody? How would that work for us with fire and ice and cooking/refrigerating food?
  19. What if we didn’t know any better than to be nudists?
  20. What if there was world peace with no one understanding the very concept of violence?
  21. What if humor did not exist nor the concept of having fun?
  22. What if we lived in a society that didn’t have to use money and/or fossil fuels?
  23. What if we could naturally fly; with or without wings?
  24. What if everyone only lived for the day they were currently living – not caring about the past nor planning for the future?
  25. What if life as you know it was just…different…in every way?

Comment and share your “What if” scenarios!

The Tardigrade

One of my most favorite creatures, if not the most favorite, has to be the adorable and fascinating Tardigrade; also called a Water Bear.

Or, as it’s also known by, the Moss Piglet; due to the fact they are found in moss. Obviously.

So what in the world am I talking about?  Well, I’ll tell ya.

Say hello to Mr. Water Bear!

Moss Piglet


Here’s a short video to tell you more about these awesome little dudes:

See what I mean? These squishy little guys are awesome! How can you not love Tardigrades? And, yes, I know I keep capitalizing the names, but these fellas are the superheros of the animal kingdom! So why not?

Want more Tardigrade facts? Then click here.


150 Of The Least Used Words Index

Word Index


I got to thinking about what words in the English language we (Americans) probably use the least. So, with curiosity running rampant, I browsed the web and compiled an index of sorts.

The words I chose to list just sounded interesting. Words including, but not limited to, borrowed words, silly words, and even the longest word in the dictionary! As far as I know they are all spelled correctly.

Sadly, I must leave the defining to you due to  lack of time. You can easily define any word by copying the word, going to, and type “define” (without the quotation marks) and pasting the word.

Here is the list (in alphabetical order):


  • Abdicate
  • Absquatulate
  • Absterse
  • Aglet
  • Agog
  • Akimbo
  • Alsike
  • Anachronistic
  • Antediluvian
  • Antidisestablishmentarianism
  • Askance
  • Atrabilious
  • Aquabib


  • Bailiwick
  • Bourgeoisie
  • Brummagem
  • Brusque



  • Cacomistle
  • Capitulate
  • Castigated
  • Chaulmoogra
  • Chersonese
  • Chthonic
  • Concupiscence



  • Dagnabit
  • Dasyure
  • Defenestrate
  • Deleterious
  • Demagogue
  • Deoxyribonucleic Acid
  • Diaphanous
  • Didapper
  • Discombobulate
  • Draconian
  • Duvetyn



  • Effulgent
  • Enervating
  • Ephemeral
  • Evanescent
  • Evert
  • Extenuating



  • Floccinaucinihilipilification
  • Florid
  • Forbearance
  • Fortitude
  • Fortuitous
  • Fraught
  • Fulsome
  • Futhorc
  • Fylfot



  • Garrulous
  • Genipap
  • Gimcrack
  • Glub
  • Gorgonize



  • Harpy
  • Hebetude
  • Higgledy-Piggledy
  • Hitherto
  • Hornswoggle
  • Hypergraphia



  • Iconoclast
  • Ignominious
  • Imbroglio
  • Impetuous
  • Inimical
  • Intelligentsia
  • Invidious



  • Jejune
  • Jingoism
  • Jubilation



  • Kalian
  • Kismet
  • Klockemupterhagerbad



  • Leitmotif
  • Limn
  • Loquacious
  • Lubricious
  • Lunula



  • Maladroit
  • Marplot
  • Maven
  • Meliorism
  • Mephitic
  • Mulct



  • Nacreous
  • Ne’er-Do-Well
  • Numinous



  • Obambulate
  • Obfucscate
  • Obsequious
  • Onomatopoetic
  • Orator
  • Ossify
  • Ostentatious
  • Overweening



  • Paroxysm
  • Pellucidity
  • Penurious
  • Penury
  • Perfidious
  • Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
  • Procrustean
  • Pulchritudes
  • Pyknic



  • Quaff
  • Querulous
  • Quidnunc
  • Quisling
  • Quixotic



  • Rancorous
  • Recidivist
  • Recrudescence
  • Refulgent
  • Ribald
  • Rumpus



  • Sagacity
  • Schadenfreude
  • Sesquipedalianism
  • Shibboleth
  • Sibilance
  • Simoom
  • Skullduggery
  • Smaragd
  • Spurious
  • Squamous
  • Stentorian
  • Stibnite
  • Superfluous
  • Surreptitious



  • Tatterdemalion
  • Tergiversate
  • Tintinnabulation
  • Tout De Suite
  • Transmogrify
  • Troglodyte
  • Twee



  • Ugsome
  • Unctuous
  • Uxorious



  • Vacuous
  • Verisimilitude
  • Vituperation
  • Vociferous
  • Voluble
  • Vulpine



  • Weltschmerz
  • Witenagemot
  • Woolgathering



  • X-irradiation



  • Yataghan
  • Yclept
  • Yogh



  • Zaftig


Hope you enjoyed the list! Be sure to comment below and let me know how you liked it!


SOURCES: You can find the listed words at, and