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6 Signs You Might Be Crazy

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Perhaps the most important step in becoming sane and/or normal, is admitting that you might be crazy. Which is harder? A crazy person trying to convince everyone else that they’re not crazy, or that same crazy person trying to convince themselves that they are crazy, or a frozen duck? All three of these are hard in their own way. Trying to convince someone that you’re not crazy, is like telling people that the moon is made of cheese, even though they know it’s made of rock or whatever. But how do they know? They’ve never been there. All they can do is take someone else’s word for it. So does that make them crazy for believing something that they have no way to prove personally? Then they’re just as crazy as the crazy person, right? In a way, it seems so. How about trying to convince yourself that you actually are crazy? That’s hard, because you have to choose to forget everything that you knew to be a fact. That’s like trying to convince yourself that the moon really is made of cheese, even though you know it isn’t. And how about this frozen duck? Does this duck have a name? Yes, its name is Kenneth, but that’s not important. What is important is that the duck was once soft and very much alive. Our minds are like freezers, sometimes. Some ideas that we put in there become frozen, hardened inside of our thoughts, a completely normal thing that becomes rock solid. Some people are able to put a duck inside their mind and keep it alive, warm, and cuddly, while others tend to freeze the duck into a lifeless chunk of hardened imagination. Those that do the latter are the sane people. They take an idea and freeze it, adding nothing to what it already is. It sits in their mind, hard as rock, and nothing that anyone else can say will ever alter the molecular structure of the frozen duck. They know it as fact. Or just as an accepted fact, which is all they need to be content in their existence. Their soft existence, content to have freezers for minds, because they don’t want to have ideas running around inside of their heads. They’d much rather just freeze them and not change or explore them in any way. Not crazy people. No, they keep the duck alive. Which is why sane people look at crazy people sideways, when the crazy person says, “Yes, there is a live duck inside my mind. Its name is Kenneth, and it eats the mosquitoes in my skull.” And the sane people say, “What do you mean, it’s alive? All ducks come frozen…” But they don’t, you see. Before we turn the duck into a hardened piece of information, that duck is a alive and always moving. A breathing idea that has the capability of changing, shifting, and evolving into something much bigger. That duck could evolve into a dinosaur. A simple idea that everyone once shared, but the crazy person kept it alive, and so it evolved into what others might consider a monster. But the genesis is still the same. The idea is still a duck at heart. Its name’s still Kenneth. But now it’s something bigger. If the idea doesn’t evolve, then the duck can still lay eggs. An idea that gave birth to others. Which is why crazy people have a tree for a mind with lots of branches, while the sane people simply have a telephone pole. A straight idea that doesn’t branch off into different directions. Does all that make sense? Of course not, it’s crazy. See, I just made a point.


So now I’m writing something called 6 Signs You Might Be Crazy. This might be a healthy exercise or it could be a cry for help. Who knows. I wonder how many people would bother to step in and help a gorilla if it were on fire, and screaming, “Somebody please help me!” They’d probably just stand there and watch, fascinated. A gorilla on fire? That’s not something you see every day. In fact, you probably won’t even see that in your lifetime. They’d just stare at the gorilla and watch it burn. Or maybe they’d just say, “Holy crap, that gorilla just talked!” Where the hell am I going with this… Forget all that. It was Kenneth’s fault. The duck in my mind was dancing on the computer keys and typing gibberish. Kenneth is back inside my head now, and I promise I won’t let it back out. So on with the hub. 6 Signs You Might Be Crazy. Why only six signs, you might ask? Well, let me counter that question with one of my own. Shut up.

So here are six signs, some of which may or may not apply to me. If they did apply to me, then that’d make me crazy, right? But here they are. And maybe you can relate to some of these. And if you’ve made it this far without skimming and completely understood every single word that I’ve said, then there’s a very good chance that you really are crazy. Or maybe I just did a good job at explaining myself. The former is a greater possibility, though. Not even I understand everything I just said.



This is perhaps the first stage of becoming crazy. In fact, it’s so common, that it’s not even considered crazy. It’s actually considered normal in most instances. But why do you talk to yourself? There’s always the reason that there’s no one else around to carry on a conversation with, but you mostly do it because you're interested in what you have to say. Not that what you say is interesting, but you do like to think out loud. So talking to yourself is normal, but carrying on a conversation with yourself isn’t. For instance, you can ask yourself, “What do I want to eat tonight?” That’s normal, and it’s a question that you usually mull over in your head and in silence. It initiates thought. However, if you say, “What do I want to eat tonight? Pizza. What kind of pizza? I don’t know. Maybe pepperoni. How about a supreme? Why’d you even ask me if you weren’t going to listen to my suggestion? Gosh, someone’s in a bad mood. Don’t put this all on me. I don’t care what you put on the pizza. Get whatever you want. You don’t have to be all melodramatic. I’m being melodramatic? Get the bloody supreme, for crying out loud. I really don’t care. Fine. Fine. Fine. FINE! Whatever.” If you talk to yourself and it’s like that, then you’re way past just talking to yourself. That’s arguing with yourself and that’s crazy. So talking to yourself is sane, but arguing with yourself and/or threatening to hit yourself with a blunt object is crazy.



If you hear voices inside your head, that’s normal. All voices are picked up by our ears and transmitted through our eardrum and whatever. It’s a complicated process and I’d need a medical degree to explain it in detail. But if you hear voices and there’s no one around that you know of, then you might be crazy. There’s a few exceptions, though. Like if you’re on the phone. That’s obvious. But if the phone’s battery is dead and you’re still carrying on a conversation with someone on the other line, then yeah, you’re crazy. But most people know when they’re hearing voices. And they can actually accept the fact that these voices aren’t real and are only in their head. Which is why being blind really sucks. You hear voices all the time, but you have no idea if they’re real or not. For all blind people know, they are hearing voices. That probably drives blind people crazy, not knowing. But at least they don't see dead people, right?



Ok, so if the animal isn’t possessed by God or the Devil (both of which instances can be found in the Bible), then it shouldn’t be speaking at all. Parrots being an exception, but not even they can carry on a conversation. They’re just feathers glued to a voice recorder. But let’s face it, talking to animals isn’t normal. Dr. Doolittle could do it, but that’s not real life. I love the movie with Rex Harrison, too, but talking to animals is as impossible as sailing the seas inside of a giant snail, which is how that movie ended. However, we all talk to animals. We tell dogs to sit and whatever. What we don’t do, we sane people, is carry on conversations with them. That’s crazy. And going back to my first statement, in both of those instances in the Bible when an animal talked to someone, whoever they talked to didn’t stop and think, “What the bloody hell is going on?” No, they actually started a conversation. Like it was normal. And maybe it was back then. Don’t do it these days, is all I’m saying, or you’ll be considered crazy. If an animal talks to you, just pretend that you didn’t hear them. Which is like deciding to take a shower while your house is burning down. You can ignore it, but it’s still burning. But taking a shower in that instance is like choosing not to humor the craziness that you know is inside of you. Or just kill the animal, because it’s obviously possessed by the Devil. Or by God. In which case, you probably shouldn’t kill it. I’d tell you to ask first, just to make sure, but then that’d defeat the whole purpose of not talking to the animal.



I’m not talking about Facebook friends. I’m talking about seeing someone who isn’t there. Quite honestly, I don’t know too much about this subject, since I never had an imaginary friend of my own growing up. They ignored me just like the real people. Believe me, I asked these imaginary people if they’d be my friend, right after the real people turned me down, but not even they wanted to hang out. But if you’re seeing people who don’t exist in the real world, then yeah, you’re crazy. And I’m jealous.


Why? Because you're hungry and there’s no food in the house. Actually, "I just bit the head off a goldfish," is an example of saying something completely random that has absolutely nothing to do with anything. It’s an incoherent sentence of sorts. That’s one form of being crazy. You say things that don’t make any sense. Ever walk past some old guy on the street, and he says something about beady-eyed little man boys, or something about flamethrowers and cinnamon, or teenagers and their rock music? This is an advanced stage of crazy, when you lose the ability to make two sentences connect in an intelligent way. It could also be considered rambling, if what you’re saying has no noticeable connection to what you previously said. For instance, I might say, “Sure was hot today. Cats are bloody stupid.” So rambling is a form of crazy. But if you say, “I just bit the head off a goldfish,” and you’re actually telling the truth, then you’re still crazy. Unless that goldfish was trying to talk to you, then I completely understand. That goldfish had to be stopped.

Imagine if your brain was on top of your head, instead of inside it.

Imagine if your brain was on top of your head, instead of inside it.

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This is perhaps the best sign that you’re actually crazy, because we all know that crazy people don’t think they’re crazy. So saying you’re not crazy is a dead giveaway. But this creates a paradox. If people who are crazy say they aren’t crazy, and people that aren’t crazy say they aren’t crazy, and people that aren’t crazy say they are crazy, then who the hell is telling the truth? If a crazy person finally accepts the fact that they’re crazy, does that immediately make them not crazy? Is that like a Catholic who stops being a Catholic, but people still consider them to be a Catholic, simply because Catholicism still exists? I don’t know. I think I’m driving myself crazy with all of this. The duck inside my head is about to explode. What I can gather from what I just said is the following. We can say we’re not crazy or we can say we are crazy, but the truth is, the diagnosis isn’t up to us. We’re judged by those around us. A jury of our peers. If they say we’re crazy, then we must be crazy. If you don’t want to be considered crazy and just plain normal, then you’d better study those around you and mimic their thoughts and movements. Freeze their ideas inside of your mind. Take it as accepted fact. Forget what you know and dedicate yourself to a global knowledge. Become normal. Just another cow that’s content to eat grass and wait for the slaughterhouse. Don’t even think about hopping the fence. Yes, it’s crazy, but that’s what we have to do in order not to be crazy. Understand? Yeah, me neither. But that’s how it all works.



Asalia Z. on June 14, 2017:

i have most of these but i have never bit off the head of a goldfish though since i have never had one so :P and my imaginary friend jamie, she talks alot like me and i also hear voices in my head telling me shit like "cut cut CUT" cause i have a self harming addiction and i talk to my dog alot since she is my only friend besides jamie, and somtimes i will just talk to myself or the voices in my head, and then i say im not crazy, cause im NOT im just sorta weird :) :P

A guy that just read this and on May 02, 2015:

Changed my life...admit you're crazy so everything you think you know ceases to matter and read

Lenny on April 13, 2015:

don't take any offense to this, but I think you might be the only crazy one here. Your rambling is interesting though. Let's just say you aren't you another one of these John Does (; I have conversations with my cat though? He gives me some of the best advice and when I find myself alone I find comfort in talking to myself. I forgot what else you were talking about. I don't know why I'm on this website actually. Lol. Nice blog though!

travis on January 19, 2015:

Would a crazy person even think to search this information online?. Things that make you go Hmm? 0_O

miraluna on June 05, 2014:

hi all how do i know if the person is crazy?

Heath Ledger on April 13, 2014:

Im not crazy, crazy people dont know they're crazy, i know im crazy so that means im not crazy. Isn't that crazy? -Joker

jack on July 27, 2012:

This article is crazy,

Rehana Stormme on July 19, 2012:

I am not crazy! What is Q? Ugh, I did it again...

Bellatrix on June 30, 2012:

Everyone thinks im crazy it's really bugging me.

Every time I ask someone no matter who it is they say only if your not crazy.

And one time this girl said to me

" Bellatrix I think you have some issues "

I'm only acting a little cash to get friends but, it's not working out to well. :(

Andy on June 17, 2012:

why the name Kenneth?

cherylvanhoorn from Sydney on June 17, 2012:

I am in possession of a live duck. I have a Kenneth in my head and I am proud of him. My kids call me crazy. I personally term myself as crazy as a shit house rat. Took me a long time to admit it but man there is a definite freedom to that.

I have to say, I like Kenneth.

cityalice on June 16, 2012:

Talking to yourself is no more than saying your thoughts outloud or singing in the shower, and drinking too much coffee can have you hearing voices, a recent study suggests, and it doesn't hurt to have an imagination.

kenneth the duck on June 15, 2012:

You're funny by the way , excellent job on the article it was interesting. ^^

Patricia on April 27, 2012:

What's normal?

sara on April 13, 2012:

I had this really good friend when i was younger she was called tiffany and was quite strange anyway i used to play with her all the time and i'd known her since i was born, we started school together and the teacher saw me taking tiffany's coat off for her because her arm was broken and the teacher went it looks like your taking a coat off someone so i said yes i am and then she told me there was no one there and she explained that she was imaginary, i wouldn't believe her. Tiffany moved to america and i've met up with her twice since and i have learnt that she is imaginary but she seems so realistic and normal.

Silent Sinner on September 29, 2011:

" And they can actually accept the fact that these voices aren’t real and are only in their head. Which is why being blind really sucks. You hear voices all the time, but you have no idea if they’re real or not. For all blind people know, they are hearing voices. That probably drives blind people crazy, not knowing. But at least they don't see dead people, right?"

Ok i have to admit I am sooooo wrong for laughing at this, but it's your fault not mine ;therefore, I am forgiven . :). Your hub was very funny , I find it raw and very tasteful for my slightly twisted mind. Thank you for writing it . I really needed a laugh today. I look forward to reading many more of your hubs.

Adam (author) from Tennessee on April 16, 2011:

Diane- I certainly don't want to be mainstream. I'd much rather be upstream. Things tend to float downstream. I guess if you're mainstream, or midstream, you bathe in the ideas of the people in front of you. That means the people downstream don't have any original thought. So here's to being upstream. Thanks to all 4 of you for dropping by. Also, thanks for saying you'd save the burning gorilla. Not many people would. :)

Diana Owens from My Little Hole In The Wall, HubPages, USA on April 16, 2011:

Hi Adam,

Another very thoughtful Hub. I feed and water and clean up after my duck, Dan, every day. I even walk him down to the pond for his morning and afternoon dip. In fact, I'm thinking about buying him a girlfriend so he's not so lonely.

Who wants to be mainstream like everyone else? How boring would that be? And to never have an original thought of your very own? Personally, I have never cared about what people thought of me and always just did my own thing anyway, so if that makes me crazy, then I'm loopier than a bow on a birthday present.

It's nice to know I'm in good company, ya kuh-way-zee... but cool...dude!

Keep up the awesome Hubs! They really make us (all 4 of me) think.

peace to you...always,


P.S. I would totally save the burning Gorilla. Act now and ask any pertinent questions later! (:

Adam (author) from Tennessee on April 08, 2011:

The Jet- Thanks. I thought that pic was awesome, also. Psycho was a great choice for this crazy piece. Maybe I should have mentioned that one of the signs you might be crazy, is if you dress up like a woman and pretend to be your own mother.

The Jet from The Bay on April 07, 2011:

Cool hub, and an even cooler pic of Hitchcock and Psycho. Nice.

Adam (author) from Tennessee on April 04, 2011:

Susan- Great quote. I should have ended with that, because it sums everything up quite nicely. Buffett's like a modern day Buddha. Thanks for enjoying the craziness.

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on April 04, 2011:

"If we weren't all crazy we would go insane" Jimmy Buffett

Enjoyed the crazy read!

Adam (author) from Tennessee on March 22, 2011:

funmontrealgirl- I'll take that as a good thing. Just don't go nuts for real. Or do, since nutty people are really special and fun to talk to. But I'd feel bad if reading all this makes you go crazy. But I'd also completely understand.

funmontrealgirl from Montreal on March 22, 2011:

Going nuts over this hub!

Adam (author) from Tennessee on March 09, 2011:

Hey, L.T.

That's a great compliment coming from someone like yourself. I've written some fiction and one day I'll get serious on getting it published. Glad you liked the hub. That's exactly how I argue with myself, actually. How sad is that? And these arguments usually leave me sleeping on the couch. Thanks for the comment. :)

ltfawkes from NE Ohio on March 09, 2011:

Hey, Q, I hope you're writing some fiction because you really have the gift. I especially like:

“What do I want to eat tonight? Pizza. What kind of pizza? I don’t know. Maybe pepperoni. How about a supreme? Why’d you even ask me if you weren’t going to listen to my suggestion? Gosh, someone’s in a bad mood. Don’t put this all on me. I don’t care what you put on the pizza. Get whatever you want. You don’t have to be all melodramatic. I’m being melodramatic? Get the bloody supreme, for crying out loud. I really don’t care. Fine. Fine. Fine. FINE! Whatever.”

That's very funny. (I'm being melodramatic?) Still laughing. Nice job.


Adam (author) from Tennessee on March 08, 2011:

Realhousewife, I think that you knowing that you're crazy makes you not crazy, but the fact that the rest of your family thinks you're crazy actually makes you crazy. So you may be right? I should stop before I confuse myself. I'm sorry you've never seen a gorilla on fire. Neither have I, if that's any consolation. Not that I think flaming gorillas are a good thing...

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on March 06, 2011:

I am crazy, I know it, my husband knows this, parents, children, but I have never seen a gorilla on fire:-)

Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 09, 2011:

Hello, To Start Again. Are you saying I might be crazy? Yes, I suppose I just fit every single catergory I mentioned, all because of that duck comment, but maybe the only catergory I fit was the goldfish one, as in saying something that doesn't make sense. I'm not sure. :P And Kenneth isn't frozen! He's nice and comfy in my head. I feed him little goldfish crackers as treats. He likes those.

Selina Kyle on February 09, 2011:

So if you're talking to the imaginary frozen duck inside your head, doesn't that fit every one of your criteria? Except possibly for the fish one since Kenneth is a vegetarian...all frozen ducks are.

Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 08, 2011:

Hi, Coexist.

You make a great point. What is normal? Maybe it's just the average personality, even though we're different in so many ways, so there really is no basis to argue what is normal. What is crazy, for that matter? For if normal doesn't exist, then neither does crazy. It's like happiness and sadness, I guess. Neither can exist without the other, for if happiness ceased to exist, we'd have nothing to base our perceptions for sadness on. It wouldn't be sad, anymore. Just normal. But it's good to be different. That's the only way you're going to make a difference in the world. Keep embracing the crazy within. :)

Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 08, 2011:

Ang, everything I do can be considered a potential sign that I'm crazy. :P I actually had 10 that I was going to do, but I didn't want to make this thing too long, so I just stuck with 6. But I could have easily made it 3000 signs. But that seemed too long.

Sarah Cooper from Muskegon, Michigan on February 06, 2011:

Great Hub, great concept :)

we are all "crazy" because sane is just an one is normal, we have nothing to base the idea of "normal" off of because we are all so different. I just try to embrace the crazy within ;)

AngRose on February 06, 2011:

I'm wondering how you only came up with six signs Q...I think there must be more! :p

Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 06, 2011:

Hey, Kathy. I think the craziest thing you mentioned was eating kethcup with a spoon. That's weird. But I guess people do things differently everywhere you go, huh. I actually do have a voice recorder. And even though I do like talking to myself, I don't like listening to myself, so I hardly ever use it. As far as that recent eclipse goes, I've been thinking a lot about that one, as well. Since it was "blood red" and somewhere in the bible it mentions the moon turning to blood. I also drive a blood red Mitsubishi Eclipse. Yeah. It all makes you think.

Katharella from Lost in America on February 04, 2011:

6 signs you're crazy has a 66 hub score. You mentioned the Bible.

I remember a boat ride I took on the Sea of Galilee, the fish on our plates still had eyes. I ate ketchup with a spoon. I was 17.

I don't hear voices, but I do hear music that other people don't hear. I hear songs nobody has ever heard. I've consulted with several psychologists and I'm deemed not crazy. They do not make straight jackets anymore so no worries of that. They cause more anxiety to the person, so now, they cuff them as if any other criminal on the "road-side." I also have a lack of human interaction because... well, I don't really like people. Really. When I read most of your (and others) hubs, it's the same thing with some of my other internet friends, I think "why do I meet people who 'don't have frozen thoughts' but they might as well live a million miles away?" You might want to look into getting either an iPhone or handheld recorder, then when you talk to yourself you'll feel more "normal" if it matters. I'm extremely drawn to the real and unreal. Not in a necessarily funny way. I loved What About Bob, he did leave the life of the party. I wrote a song today and sang it to myself and I can't carry a tune in a wheelbarrow. But I got it on my iPhone until I got it written down.

Back to the reality vs. non-reality. I've been having some deep and very real conversations with people, all of us in fear (cept me I don't really care) if we are sane or on the brink of madness. For centuries, back to those Bible and before times, people have looked to the sky/stars/planets to understand what they cannot fathom.

I'm wondering myself if the recent Eclipse has something to do with activeness of sanity or spirituality. I have trouble making my mind SHUT UP rather than it ever having a frozen Kenneth. (Strange, Kenneth is my dentist name that I just saw Wednesday) ::gasp:: ;P

Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 03, 2011:

Ah, thanks. If I write it, I'll certainly give credit to you. :D

Stacy Harris from Hemet, Ca on February 03, 2011:

Thanks for the super hero comment... I try to save the world one good haircut at a time... ha ha

As for doing a hub on grapes... please do... I would love to here your rants on grapes and how Kenneth likes to eat them while you are sailing through a sea of wine. It would definitely make my day. ;)

Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 03, 2011:

Hey, Keith, my friend from the future.

I hope no one tries to take my duck. Even though Kenneth is always calling me a quack. And I didn't know the people in white coats were monitoring this site. Maybe I should be more careful... I don't want to end up in a straight jacket. Although I'd probably make a lot of friends at the mental institution. I'd probably fit right in. Cheers from me and Kenneth.

Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 03, 2011:

Hi, Jay!

You're a great influence on me, I hope you know that. You make me think and that's what I need these days. Thanks from a mutual fan.

Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 03, 2011:

Hey, Cheaptrick.

Thanks for stopping by. And thanks for reminding me of that "Roses are red" quote from Bill Murray. I probably should have opened with that one, because it's great. Never heard of the Pink Floyd one. But that does sound crazy.

Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 03, 2011:

Hi, Barbergirl. Your name makes you sound like a superhero. Someone who fights crime by getting rid of all these crazy hairstyles.

I would like to have an imaginary friend. :( But maybe I'm imagining some of my friends on here, so maybe I already do. Maybe I'm a schizophrenic and I have several accounts on here and I keep commenting on my own crap. I wouldn't put it past me. You don't know how bad I want to write my own little hub about grapes. You beat me to it and I'm envious. :)

attemptedhumour from Australia on February 03, 2011:

Well i'm glad there are two of us. You must be mad being crazy, there's a squad of white coated people who scan these hubs and i think it's only a matter of time before they come and rescue Kenneth. Comedy is one thing but cruelty to animals is ok as long there's tartar sauce handy. Must dash as there are people at the door. From Kenneth.

Jaymeyaroch from Somewhere between today and yesterday. on February 02, 2011:

Q, there is nothing wrong with being confused, but I like it when your crazy shows. You definitely have a fan for life in me. Your style of writing is imaginative and amazing. :)

cheaptrick from the bridge of sighs on February 02, 2011:

Roses are red

Violets are blue

I'm a schizophrenic

And so am I

Crazy...over the rainbow

I am crazy

They must have taken my marbles away

Crazy...truly gone fishing

I am crazy...

There must have been a door there in the Wall

Before I was Crazy [Pink Floyd]

Great hub,thanks for the ride


Stacy Harris from Hemet, Ca on February 02, 2011:

I am glad that my grape question has changed your life especially since Kenneth likes grapes... it must be an even mix since you said you liked wine. Now all you need is an imaginary friend that prefers raisins!


Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 02, 2011:

Hey, Barbergirl...

I'm trying to think of a reply for what you just commented, but I keep laughing. I love goldfish crackers, too. Had some today. They're delicious. I think I like Brooke the best. Her and Finn. Is it crazy if I know all of the goldfish's names? Maybe it's only crazy if I write them fan mail, which I have considered doing. But thanks for the vote and the great comment. And I hope you know that your grape question has changed my life and made me even crazier. Kenneth likes grapes. Tell Larry I say hi, and I wish you and Betty all the best.

Stacy Harris from Hemet, Ca on February 02, 2011:

I thought I heard some voices and then I just realized it was my imaginary friend Larry speaking to me about how I just bit off the head of a goldfish... no really I did... I love those little snack things. But, because I am the unusual sorts I had to play on it a little and tell them that it was because the dog told me to do it, when in all reality the dog was just using peer presure because he knew that if I ate the goldfish I might actually pass one on to him... ahh, I guess I will have to admit that I truly am crazy all though admitting would actually make me uncrazy (if that is even considered a word) which would make me crazy since I am now making up words. I guess I am just going to have to go consult my my duck Betty and get this whole situation resolved.

Great hub BTW! :) I love your ramblings! Definitely a vote up from me. Keep it up! I enjoy being entertained and made to think. Your writing definitely keeps my duck alive and prosperous!

Adam (author) from Tennessee on February 02, 2011:

Hi, Genna.

It really is about perspective, huh? I'd like to get a crazy person's perspective on this. I think I'm more confused than crazy. I confuse myself, sometimes. Thanks for the vote.

Genna East from Massachusetts, USA on February 02, 2011:

"If people who are crazy say they aren’t crazy, and people that aren’t crazy say they aren’t crazy, and people that aren’t crazy say they are crazy, then who the hell is telling the truth?"

Lol. Well, I guess it depends on your perspective. Delightful hub, and a vote up.

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