To you, this is probably worse than most things: traffic. You approach the on-ramp and finally realize why it is going so slow. There is heavy traffic on the freeway.
You can get angry, or you can look out your window and watch everybody getting stressed out about it. Who likes to look at stressed out people anyway? Well then look to your right, and you’ll probably see a person picking their nose or the college student to your left is singing at the top of her lungs.
Imagine how a child would look at the cars from on top of the bridge and wonder what is everyone in line for? Think of how they might realize that the lanes look like slow-moving, multicolored snakes.
Interesting way to look at it, right?
Well, you’ve guessed it. I’m from Los Angeles, California. And yes, I get stuck on the freeway all the time. No, I don’t see famous people walking around, and yes I’m not far from Disneyland. Yes I am aware of the smog problem and no I have never been mugged.
My name is Edwin, a college student still learning about life through books, experience and math problems, and learning to enjoy every moment of it. I appreciate a ton of things! Sometimes I take forever to decide on what I really want to do because there are just too many awesome things out there. Conversations, watching people interact, books, documentaries, blogs, cycling, flying kites, helping clean out closets, buying things, antique shops, aspiring artists . . . Oh man, I could go on forever. To find out a little more about me, feel free to visit my personal blog on WordPress, or follow me on Twitter.
You might realize that I enjoy writing about things that other people like to address as unusual thoughts, but if you really think about it these things always cross our minds; we just don’t take the time to stop and stare at them for a while and find the humor in them. That’s what I do. Oh and I write them down.
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