Who said light switches were boring?

I am actually excited by dimmer light switches right now, follow the link and you will understand –

Awesome Switches

how can I not want it?

 

It is like a top trump card of switches…

why have this…

LAME

 

When I can indulge my childish side, spend an amazing amount of money I do not have and be the every of everyone (with ‘everyone’ translating to a few select people who share my odd sense of the world and 8 year old boys…) It just makes no sense to go with what I now deem as the ‘ultimately inferior switch’

Right now I am supposedly writing my ‘amazing extract of prose that will woo the people in my Master interview and make them give me a free pen as well as a place on the course’

This was my plan of ‘break down of days until submission…

Full of potential

 

Then this happened…

Reality is not productive

 

*wonders back to cat pictures while worrying about writing real, actually words*

 

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  1. #1 by Snaffle on February 6, 2012 - 8:53 pm

    =O YES to the dinosaur switch! Your second pie chart basically sums up my life (if you exchange Kindle for book because I am old skool/poor). =D I love the dream-home-hunting part – Rightmove is like porn to me. Especially in the way that it is woefully unrealistic and causes real life to seem disappointing… I will never be happy in a two bed semi now that I have seen things like this: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-15013821.html ❤ Many snogs for you xxxxxxx

  2. #2 by The Dandelion Girl on February 7, 2012 - 2:26 am

    you know what’s interesting about light switches?

    They’re different in different countries… even as to what “position” (if there is a toggle) means on… in the US up means on… but in other countries (I’m pretty sure I remember I remember England being this way) down is on… In Japan right is on…

  3. #3 by nicole marie story on February 9, 2012 - 6:05 am

    ha! wish they made this light switch in “puggle.”

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