Montreal, QC – Incredible as it may seem, a Montreal woman has disproved Einstein’s Definition of Insanity. The premise is that insanity is defined by repeating actions over and over again and expecting different results.
The woman, known only as Nicky Eff, was able to demonstrate undeniably that doing something over and over again while knowing full-well what the outcome would be is just as crazy as expecting different results.
Eff, a long-time blogger and writing challenge co-host, was quoted as saying, “Every time we host one of these monstrosities, I know without a doubt that I won’t prepare in advance, I will experience a creative coma, I’ll be stressed out and I will get drunk approximately 30 minutes before my first post is scheduled to publish.”
This reporter can attest to the strong stench of alcohol emanating from Eff during the interview. Her left eye twitches uncontrollably and hysterical bursts of laughter escape from her at random moments.
“I always say I won’t do it again and then I do and I know exactly how it will be and I still do it and I just can’t seem to stop even though I know it will be Hell and why can’t I just say no, I’m not doing it this time? What’s wrong with me?” She continues in this same vein for several minutes while rocking back and forth.
It should be noted that, while this is the third writing challenge Eff has co-hosted, she has also participated in a couple of photo challenges as well. All attempts to contact other challenge participants for comments went unanswered, with the exception of ‘Cheesy’ Mike Kay, Eff’s co-blogger and co-host. He could be heard openly sobbing into the phone.
Welcome to Day 3 of the Second Third Annual 30 Minus 2 Days of Writing. Today’s prompt was Temporary Insanity and it was brought to you by the wonderfully talented Lauren, who is obviously a veteran of this challenge not to mention kindred soul. Please click on the links below to visit the other extremely crazy people participating in this challenge. Just walk and talk softly. They may not have taken their meds yet.