Free Association

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I saw this tonight at Shelli’s

But it originates with lunanina.

Unconscious Mutterings

  1. Long distance:: Beam me up!
  2. Meant to be:: Kismet
  3. Here:: Hear
  4. Endless:: Love
  5. Resentment:: Tiring
  6. Insipid::  Slippery
  7. Bunny:: Kajsa
  8. Slogan:: Logos (and for some reason Lagos)
  9. Naked:: Lunch
  10. Sarcasm:: Useless

Free association is described as a "psychonanalytic
procedure in which a person is encouraged to give free rein to his or
her thoughts and feelings, verbalizing whatever comes into the mind
without monitoring its content." Over time, this technique is supposed
to help bring forth repressed thoughts and feelings that the person can
then work through to gain a  better sense of self.

That’s an admirable goal, but for the purposes of this excercise, we’re just hoping to have a little fun with the technique. Each week
LunaNina posts ten words to which you can respond to with the first
thing that comes to mind.

"Rules are, there are no rules." There are no right or wrong
answers. Don’t limit yourself to one word responses; just say
everything that pops into your head. AND you don’t have to have your words up on Sunday. Take all week if you want! Read the FAQ for more information.

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2 thoughts on “Free Association

  1. No problem. I like to give credit. I figure other’s have done so for me. It makes it kind of like a big neighrhood.

    Naked Lunch was a book/movie by William S. Burrows. I didn’t like it. In fact, I found it rather disturbing. But it was the first thing that popped into my head.

    I’m glad we met, too.
    The feeling’s mutual.
    šŸ˜€

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