A bit of Nano Wisdom

YOU KNOW YOU’RE AN AUTHOR IF…

You talk to yourself a lot.

You talk to yourself about talking to yourself. (e.g. ‘Why do I constantly ask my self random things?’)

When you talk to yourself you often talk to yourself like you’re talking to someone else. (e.g. ‘Have you ever noticed that deliver could mean someones liver?’)

After uttering a profound peice of wisdom like that above, you stare at the cookie in your hand with awe and say, ‘Holy crap, this stuff is great for sugar highs…’

You live off of sugar and caffeine (the two greatest things ever discovered!)

You’ll check your e-mail every day of the week and then disappear off the face of the earth.

You’re e-mails tend to be pages long and incredibly random.

When replying to an e-mail, you’ll never actually address the point of it.

You tend to collect Bic Sticks off the ground like picking pennies off the ground.

No matter where you are in a room you never have to get up to find a pen/pencil and paper.

The letters on your keyboard are wearing off.

Your friends and family think that you have carpal tunnel syndrome.

People think you have A.D.D.

You think it’d be cool to have A.D.D.

You constantly start talking in third person, present or past tense.

You start thinking about making lists like this and start giggling for no “apparent” reason

Your friends stopped looking at you funny for no apparent reason a loooooong time ago.

And FINALLY, the one way to tell if you’re a good writer: You failed English 101.

(copy that into you’re profile if you fit one or more of the descriptions)

If you’ve ever talked to yourself, copy and paste this into your profile.

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