That Thing: Repeated Words

Does that thing ever happen you when you repeat one word over and over and over and over again and it starts to lose all meaning and it becomes just a sound or shape?

Here’s a demonstration:

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4 thoughts on “That Thing: Repeated Words

      1. Like many of my ex-boyfriends, I keep Paul’s and Kevin’s brains in a jar on a shelf in my office. Neither one will participate in re-enactments of musical versions of episodes of Supernatural and they won’t do the funny voices when I make them read me bedtime stories. Their names are ridiculous. There’s a reason their bodies reside in shallow graves in the Nevada desert like discarded hookers after a busy night.

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