Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Overheard while going to work

"Do you journal? Because I journal all the time, and the more I journal the more He reveals to me, not just about my own future but about the United States of America!" - one employee proselytizing to another.

Bear in mind that these people had ID badges and were gainfully employed.

13 comments:

Captain Dumbass said...

Journal? Is that code for something?

Robin said...

I think I missed something...

Kerry said...

this is totally unrelated... BUT

I thought of you today when I read a tshirt:

SHARTING: THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS.

HAHAHHAHAHA

Jay said...

"The more he reveals to me.."

Who's "HE?" ;-)

Whitemist said...

okay I give up, what "journal"?????

SJ said...

He can go journal himself.

Neath said...

Whaaa?

GreenJello said...

You should ask her what the revealed future of the US is, and post it here. I could use a good laugh!

Kira said...

I'm in Bible Belt Central, and I've never heard anybody talk about journaling. What the heck?

Grant said...

Captain Dumbass - maybe it's the new Jesus fish.

Robin - I think we're missing nothing.

Kerry - WORST of both worlds would be more accurate. But, yes, when you think of sharts, you should think of me.

Jay - I could hear the capitalization in her voice, so I'm assuming god, Zeus, Buddha, or some combination thereof.

Whitemist - I'm not sure, but I think it's similar to other types of writing wherein the person freewrites whatever comes to mind and, in this case, they consider god or the spirits to be the source of the information.

SJ - she, but I agree.

Neath - journaling may become the new religious fundie black.

GreenJello - she struck me as the kind of person I should not ask about religion, assuming I want to get to my desk in the same day.

Kira - maybe they just don't want to reveal themselves to heathens like you.

April said...

Fucking weirdos!

Tracy Lynn said...

Oh great. Now I hate America TOO. You keep ruining this country for me, damnit. Knock it off.

Grant said...

April - and you actually had to ask if you were the only person who worked with morons?

Tracy Lynn - it's time we both moved to most perfect Japan.