Not metaphorically, but literally.....
I have no idea why i'm having this nutcracker. It's driving me nuts and i'm going balistic. Somehow i feel that this headache is splitting my brain in half and at the same time making a region in between where two worlds coincide - meaning that it's freaking putting words in my head. I'm thinking on way and my head seems to have "another mind" of its own, so it goes thinking on something else, twisting the thoughts that come into my mind and leaving a trail of warped existance as if there were some alien from the planet don't-know-how-to-pronounce riding my brain waves.
As if my bloody cough is not enough to freeze my nerves in the morning, the moment i get into class at 10am my headache freezes my neurons in place or slowing them down to the pace of "i-am-slower-than-a-freaking-snail". So if you see me staring into a distance and i'm looking directly into your face, i might be actually trying to pronounce your name, or even worse - the image of your face hasn't completely formed in my head visual cortex yet. Then i'm only taking one subject this semester, making it the to-be most boring semester of the year (life).
I wonder if this headache is actually a migraine. I don't even know what the heck a migraine actually is. It's so damn ironic when people say that a migraine is a mega-traumatic-paralyzing-friggin-pain-in-the-neck headache. Is it that bad? Or is it worse? Maybe you no longer think your head exists.
You just say:
"My head is pain."
Great. Later i might need to go for a brain scan or something. Eeks...imagine having to be put into a tube thingy and with that line of bright light that could possible blind you scanning across your head and actually could be disecting you if you're not careful. Joking. It's just something that transmits waves similar to x-rays and MAKE SURE YOU CLOSE YOUR EYES. Or you don't care because you want to be blind. lol...
So what the heck, i think i'll try to dump my head in the freezer now...
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