Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Pop goes the Freudian

For those of you who like popping bubble wrap (and you know who you are), here's a place where you can do it all day long.

I heard once that people who do this compulsively were, uh, frustrated in a certain way (a theory reinforced by the breathless woman saying, "Must have more" when you click the "Fresh Sheet" button). Funny, I haven't felt the need to pop bubble wrap in years...

But you go ahead.


There is something therapeutic about it...and you and I have something in common.

As to your reason...I never doubted that Christian was a stand-up sort of guy. Take that as you will. *grin*

Posted by: Blogger Mark at 7/14/2005 5:46 AM


I have a friend who does a lot of mailings back and forth from her house. She compulsively pops all the bubble wrap, then wonders why she never has any packing material.

Posted by: Blogger Jeri at 7/14/2005 8:13 AM

As a professional psychologist, I just want to say that the compulsion to pop bubble wrap means nothing -- nothing at all. Sometimes a cigar is just a penis, er, cigar.

Posted by: Blogger Hart at 7/15/2005 11:46 PM

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