Wednesday, February 28, 2007

T Fox goes egotripping

Well, almost everybody's done this memememe already, so I will too.

Seven things I have wanted to be :

  1. designer ( garden-/graphic-/industrial-/interior-/exterior-/anything goes-designer...)
  2. film maker or actress or both (bit like a singer-songwriter, except it has nothing to do with music and wouldn't work out anyway.)
  3. fiction writer
  4. antique salesman
  5. horse breeder
  6. a British blond, tall man, living in 1920s. Well, Sebastian Flyte actually.
  7. wiser

Seven things I have been:
  1. published
  2. window cleaner
  3. thin
  4. exhibited painter
  5. flower seller
  6. archaeology-/tv & film-studies-/Sanskrit-/literature/art history-student ( what a career)
  7. politician


Sopwith-Camel said...


"We're not worthy, we're not worthy"... (DC Al Capo)


Dave said...

Oh, how interesting other people's lives are.

Taiga the Fox said...

I might end up writing a really annoying book about the great Me, one day. Gosh, I am so exciting.

Can someone make me stop this now?
I think I am going to be a twatter soon and write a self heal book about the glorified greatness of my, well greatness.


Sopwith-Camel said...

I could stop you, but I'm too wrapped up in myself to have any spare time. Isn't there a Carl Gustav Jung figure in your Superlon collection you could have therapy sessions with?

Taiga the Fox said...

Ah. Thank you! A glorious idea popped inside my great brain.

miss-cellany said...

Just came to say hello.

Suggest a little Derridaen genre theory might be the solace that you seek. Then you would know what shelf to look on.

Taiga the Fox said...

Hello Miss-cellany, nice to see you here :)

Derrida? first I might have to delete all the damage the post-structuralist art theory has done inside my brain, before going to look at those selves, but I might do so.

Actually, I saw Derrida in 2000, when he was visiting Helsinki University, speaking about the theme "The Humanities to Come: The University without Condition", which might have had some useful information if considering the condition of my Blog without Condition.

miss-cellany said...

Oh, but consider the potential of Unconditional Blogging - that could open up whole new area of psychotherapy, self-help and therapy centres...

A million new ways for feeling guilt. Do we put unfair conditions on/in our blogs? How can we forge that path back without condition? Perhaps he was onto something. Shame I missed it..

Taiga the Fox said...

Come to think of it, I have always had that photo of me and the red therapy chairs on my blog. Free* psychotherapy and Freudian slips given in this blog!

* This is small print. Do not read. There is no such thing as free psychotherapy.

Dave said...

This comment column is getting too intellectual. Bring back Superlon!

Taiga the Fox said...

Dave, you are the third person this week wanting Superlon back! And it will be back in few more days :)

Occasional Poster of Comments said...

>>Come to think of it, I have always had that photo of me and the red therapy chairs on my blog<<

But the fox is on the couch and the psychotherapist's chair is empty...

Taiga the Fox said...

Blimey. I knew there was something wrong with it.

Okay. I will just pretend this is a traditional Finnish doctor play "Let me be your patient and you all can be my psychotherapists then".