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It's like this for me:
Odd how it's from right to left but that's how it's been all my life
i visualize monday to friday and then saturday and sunday separately
like right down at the bottom because friday
gotta get down on friday
It goes from right to left
with a dotted line between friday and saturday.
sunday, or saturday and sunday, might be darker or feinter, depending.
while we're on the subject, please allocate a colour to each day of the week and give your reasoning. here we go.
tuesday, two day
thursday, the third day.
I don't get it, when do you do this visualising of the week? What's it's purpose?
If it's Monday and I'm thinking about how I can't wait for it to be Friday I'll be thinking of it sort've like this:
Friday's all the fucking way over there
I don't really do anything like that.
It looks a bit like a way to wind yourself up over how far away the weekend is more than anything else.
Does no-one else have that? How do you keep track of where you are?
I know what you mean about the thought processes though, I once had a massive debate about how you visualise when reading a book and was stunned when I realised what I do is in no way normal.
Basically I asked someone reading a play at uni if they visualised it on a stage, or if they saw it more "as a film", or real life. They were like: "What do you mean, visualise it?" I started a thread that had a very poor response. Apparently some people don't really "see" the events like I do. Weird.
is how most of us (like me too) read books and that the people who don't visualise the events in their heads are weird?
why would you read a novel if you're just taking in the words and not picturing the story? might as well wait for the film.
It's impossible. I don't think you have any choice in the matter.
everyone does, they're just not conscious of it. but you are crazy for having it right to left. that shit makes no sense man, it's left to right, monday to friday.
Can't think of a reason it ended up that way
Except that Saturday and Sunday are higher and larger than Monday-Friday.
It's the same with numbers too. I visualise them running from bottom right to top left.
kind of scrolling down to the day i'm thinking of
also, monday, tuesday, wednesday, friday and saturday are always those colours, wednesday and sunday for some reason change
also this is as close as to how i picture it
THIS IS INTERESTING
GIVE YOUR REASONINGS.
thursday dark brown
fridsy blue or pink
Sunday and Monday are pink blocks and labelled 'Happy Days'. Tuesday and Wednesday are green and also called 'Happy Days'. Thursday and Friday are bright blue with the words 'Happy Days' wrote next to it. Saturday on the other hand scores a massive increase on the y axis - 'What a day!'
I have a picture of this graph in my head with the title 'Grooving all week with you'
They're just a sequence of semi-arbitrary periods of time. The closest I get to visualising them is picturing a calendar or the page of a diary or something, but even that's a stretch.
you need more poetry/colour in your life
Not at all funny.
its really just a matter of which side of your brain you decide to use for this, and in this respect I am mental cos it shouldnt be a mental choice where you can decide, its normally spontanious
Except in my head it's in pencil on a white sheet of paper. Why? Dunno, maybe when I first wrote it in school it was like that.