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Sludge Water

Permalink 12/03/10 at 07:14:28 am, by Ed, 179 words   English (US)
Categories: Work

Every morning, the first thing I do when I get to work is turn on my computers and get a glass of water while they're booting up. I think the water machine they're using doesn't supply fresh water, but instead provides powdered water, or perhaps water from concentrate, because the last few days, it seems like I'm getting the sediment from the bottom. Like it needs to be stirred up again. Not that there are any particles in it, it just seems to... move slower than water does. Like it's slightly more viscous than fresh water.

My eyes are probably playing tricks on me, which I can only assume is another amusing side effect of something I'm doing wrong (though what I'm doing wrong I couldn't say). Other amusing side effects include regularly speaking in other people's voices by accident, and I totally wish I had that disease that caused me to speak random words instead of coherent sentences, but unfortunately, that is only a symptom of traumatic head polar tractor gate party mother of pearls before swine flu.

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