Forgetting What You Were Going to Say

A conversational saboteur

A proper conversation is a well communicated flow of ideas and thoughts. The parties involved give voice to what they want to say and the others involved listen.

There is no better monkey wrench in the cog of our cognizance than forgetting what exactly you were about to say.

Countless times I have been frustrated by losing my train of thought. It always seems like the most genius thing we were about to say escapes our lips and memories forever before we can access it.

The thought flop that is an evil cousin to forgetting what you were going to say is realizing the right thing to say too late.

Haven’t you ever been insulted and thought of the perfect comeback…five minutes later? It kills me when I realize I could have been so much clever than I seemed shame on them for not letting me collect my thoughts and crush them intellectually.

Of course the final thought deviance is when…is when…shoot I forgot.

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Posted on February 22, 2012, in Random/Miscellaneous and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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