So, uh A while back I wrote into seebs' blog on anon about my habit of coming out with really childish stuff, the example given being presenting a dolphin badge to my mother with the simple statement 'dolphin!'. And the general consensus was that this was probably pretty normal and okay, which I accept. But I've realised that I might not actually have been talking about things exactly like the example I gave. What prompted this was the fact that my long distance bf has been staying with me for the last couple of weeks but he leaves this evening and I am distressed about this because it'll be about two months at the minimum before we see each other in the flesh again, and I suddenly got a need to cling on to him and inform him of this, and what actually happened was that I flopped sideways onto him abruptly and said 'all is love no squish'. This does have internal logic- 'all is love' is pretty obvious, 'no' just means I don't want him to leave, 'squish' is a word I use as an affectionate term. But it makes very little sense by itself. Earlier, I got a bit stuck clinging to him and saying 'no' even when he was asking me questions to which I ought to be replying in the affirmative, because pretty much all I was thinking was that I didn't want him to leave- although I didn't actually tell him that, I just latched on and started repeating 'no' over and over. I think it sort of confused him. I have no idea whether this is a normal thing or not.