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Written for people who have realized theyre even more mixed up, inside, than they could ever think, based on whos not made sense out of them, Even More Mixed Up Inside contains more than 2,500+ jokes and one-liners that offers readers a way to think someone is finally as mixed up as theyve been from birth to death as a mixed bag of random thoughts going nowhere.
Willidau has been mixed up for most of his life wondering what the people who stuffed his brain were even thinking after he got a hold of it. Ken Willidaus philosophy is that if you cant put it in the order that makes sense for you, mix it up even more and hope that making random chaos out of it may just make it come out right. Willidau realizes he will always be confused and no matter how much order he tries to put to anything, it will just be more mixed up to others, anyway, depending how they stuff own their brains with it. Give your own brain a rest and make others work harder to understand what youre trying to get across to them and if they cant youll both have being mixed up in common like others made you to them.
Chapters just divide up what makes no sense to just make it a book with chapters to something but who knows whats inside them. Among them, Not Quite Ripe, Yet, Friends and Fauxs, Words of Wisedumb, The Book Stops Here, and Daisy Bait make the day one of those daze when youre sick of thinking for yourself. The time is spent with a riddler using wit, written sayings, jokes you can mix up with ones you do get for a laugh, and double entendre humour you may even get three meanings from. Spending your time with Ken will make you wonder why you ever worried about your random thought process and dont just blend in to a no sense world.
Even More Mixed Up Inside is a perfect read for those mixed up days that you thought you didnt want to read, at all. Read it forward, backwards or odd and even pages at a time to make it your mixed up and not mine. Lets get messed up.
After trying to put some order into being mixed up, Ken Willidau realized that it wasnt as easy as just hoping other people were as mixed up to understand it the way it was stored in his brain and they must be even more mixed up inside than he thinks. Ken is a Canadian citizen digging even deeper trying to be as confusing as anyone else who could ever hope to understand him.