People will tell you you are losing your marbles. They may tell you you’ve lost them, but, it’s possible they simply don’t realize you didn’t lose them you loosed them. Loosed them to cause mayhem and laughter, loosed them to bring a smile to others faces. To be perfectly honest a sure way to keep from losing your marbles is to loose them upon the world and take some enjoyment from it.
You could use your missing marbles in a slingshot and fire them off at people who are irritating. Before you get all nuts on how shooting your marbles at people could be a bad thing take a look at what this guy does when he’s bored. Not the least bit apologetic about it either.
Now there could be times when you think to yourself… “I’ve gone way past the line no… I need to get my marbles back.” First off… WHY? There is no reason to do this and frankly I’m betting your much more entertaining with less than a full set of marbles. If, for some reason you do want to replace them, inhaling them is not the way… serious choking habit. I’m certain there must be a warning label on the package. HEED THE WARNING!
Nothing could be better than entertaining others in whatever way you can… Even when I’m having an awful day I know my Loosing the Marbles can make someone else smile. So I’m a bit odd, a bit weird… People could be laughing at me rather than with me, that’s OK.
Below is a few links for some random marble games you can play online.
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