Monday, February 19, 2007

Panic "Not" at the Disco

Do you remember when you were in middle or high school and on Sunday night, you would get that horrible feeling in your stomach because you didnt study enough, or didnt complete the project you were supposed to finish. Or, the big bully Nelson was going to pop you in the nose? Good.

Now answer me this, why would a 35 year old man get the same feeling on a Sunday night when they have no tests, projects or bullies?

4 comments:

Annie said...

It's called the Sunday Night Blues, and I get 'em all the time. It's because I dread Monday morning and the workweek ahead. It's fairly common in folks who despise their jobs. You want time to slow down, to move like you're encased in a vat of Jello. I was like that yesterday, too, even though today's a holiday and I'm off. When I find the cure, you'll be the first to know. But I think the cure is different for everyone...

crowwoman / rhian said...

I know exactly the feeling you're talking about and was deluded enough to believe that once ya grew up it would all be better. Ummm - nope. I usually get that Rock-in-the-Pit-of-Stomach when I'm overwhelmed, or worried that life's about to kick my ass. It has happened on rare occassion that i'll have a flashback - maybe that's what you were experiencing?

Tug said...

I've actually felt numbness & stomach-ache sick. Can you tell I hate my job??

Anthony said...

It's like that creepy feeling I get when I hear the end music on "Saturday Night Live". Can't explain it.