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{April 23, 2012}   The Art Of Being A Slob

It’s amazing how you let everything go when you’re working on a project. In my case, I’m working on a painting. My laundry is piled up, I have half empty coffee mugs all over my room, I haven’t gotten a shower since Saturday and it’s almost dangerous to walk through my room to my desk. There’s stuff scattered all over the floor. Talk about being a slob. The funny thing is, when I’m finished with this painting I’ll be disgusted with myself, but right now I’m consumed by the project and I don’t care about anything. Clean-up is going to be a bitch.

People have trouble understanding me when I’m creating something. I turn my phone off and ignore visitors. I don’t want to be bothered. I’m content. I wonder how many other people have slob-syndrome when working on a project. There’s no way I’m the only one.

 



So… I have slob syndrome all the time.

It DOES get worse when I’m fully engaged in something, though. Clean-up truly is a b****. 🙂



Well count me in too. I am not that much into painting but during engineering college i used to make projects for my team n other teams and that was the time i used to be a real slob. Smell of burning wires in the room; smelly shoes thrown here n there and electric cables spread throughtout the room etc. But u would agree that it does shows our dedication to the project at hand.



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