Right-Brain (RB) vs. Left-Brain (LB)
RB: What a day! The sun is shining.
LB: Wear a hat and sunglasses. You could get burned or worse go blind.
RB: You’re negative.
LB: I’m practical.
RB: You’re boring.
LB: Just because I plan my day.
RB: Plan it? You dissect it like a science experiment.
LB: I’m sick of your, “You’ve got to stop and smell the roses BS.” Don’t you know that roses have thorn?
RB: It’s a metaphor for enjoying life. How can you enjoy life when you’re too busy analyzing why it’s a four-letter word?
LB: Enjoying life is on my “to-do” list.
RB: Everything’s on your “to-do” list.
LB: I bet you don’t even have one. You do whatever moves you.
RB: Lately, your anal need for morning bran moves me.
LB: I just try to stay healthy.
RB: Worrying about staying healthy isn’t healthy. You could have a stroke.
LB: At least there’s enough activity on my side of the brain to be affected by a stroke. Your half’s been dead for years.
RB: Appearances can be deceiving. I like to think deeply from time-to-time.
LB: I don’t know how you can equate spacing out with thinking deep.
RB: It’s my way of being right with the world.
LB: Well, that’s the problem. Maybe you’d get something done occasionally if you weren’t always right.