If the everyday nonsense of people’s conversation or behaviour is beginning to test your sanity, try this game: The Clutterfuck Random Question Answer Game.
One example would be when someone has started to repeat themselves a lot. They may seem unaware that you’ve heard the same old bollocks time and time again and so a Clutterfuck will be necessary. Here’s an example:
“Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah,” say’s the person next to you and your response is:
“As much as I’m interested in what you have to say, I do have a question for you. Are you ready?”
You may or may not have engaged your opponents attention at this point. If you have, all well and good, if not, you could insist by telling them how important the question is. Like this:
“I understand that you’re uninterested at the moment, however, the question is important enough for you to be interested.”
You’ll surely have them by now, so you can continue with the Clutterfuck. Here it is:
“What exactly is wrong with Wensleydale?” you ask.
Okay, hopefully you can see where we’re going with this? Your random question is designed to show them how insane you’ve been driven by their drivel. Your Clutterfuck is of course also drivel, and that’s the whole point. We can only hope their answer makes some sense so we can then begin the process of dragging the conversation onto something interesting. Like cheese for example.
So, in future whenever you’re faced with boring, childish, repetitive drivel and bollocks, remember the Clutterfuck Random Question Answer Game.