Sunday, August 26, 2012

traveling with a psychic

I never have, but I wonder what it would be like.

My wife has expressed psychic thoughts in the car on past trips. Hitting a backup on the highway she has offered her clairvoyant answer to why everyone is on the road at that moment. But a true psychic would predict the backup and suggest an alternate route in advance. Well I assume psychics are good with navigating.

I consider her a part-time psychic at best.

Before I dive deeper into saucy speculation, I remind you I have posted about psychics before. I even considered starting an online psychic business. My online offering would be psychic bank account readings. I will make simple predictions based on your bank account number. For additional in-depth results I’ll need your password.

Answer this - would you trust the prediction of a man that can’t decide between an ice cream bar or a beer?

Oh did you hear that potions, magic spells and psychic readings are now banned from sale on E-bay? I’m always late to the party.

Lisleman's predicted benefits of traveling with a psychic:

  • Traffic jam avoidance 
  • Quick decisions on where to eat 
  • Knowing what to pack for the weather 
  • Savings from giving out free fortunes instead of tips
  • Nightlife assistance for anyone on the dating scene
  • Finding parking spots
  • Interesting conversation

Later, I’m off to finish that beer, the ice cream was too messy.

another circus 


Rebecca said...

This reminds me of when I was watching Dr Oz (is he REALLY a real doctor) the other day and he had a psychic on the show. Long Island Medium. Apparently, there is a show on cable about her readings. She seemed pretty good

Joanne said...

I don't know how a psychic can remain sane. Imagine just walking down the street, passing people you realize will be dead in a year, are about to be fired or dumped by their boy or girl friend, will get bad news from the doctor this afternoon, and so on and so on and so on. I wonder if a psychic's head is just a big rumble all the time.

lisleman said...

I know who Dr Oz is but I don't watch him. Does he believe in psychic powers?

lisleman said...

Yes a good point. Someone told me that they are selective in their psychic powers. I imagine a few psychic probably have $$ in their heads.

Bearman Cartoons said...

haha I love that comment that your wife should have been psychic enough to avoid the traffic.

lisleman said...

Just because we agree about this doesn't help with convincing her of it. thanks for the support

oceangirl said...

I am still chuckling :)

Kathy said...

Love this...made me laugh! I once had a psychic tell me to stop drinking coffee and I actually listened for about 5 weeks than I was like screw this I need coffee! Happy Monday!

lisleman said...

Don't laugh too hard your son's cat will be wondering what's up.

lisleman said...

Since when did psychic give dietary nutritional advice? Was she pushing her own brand of tea? thanks for sharing your story.

unknownmami said...

I have always considered myself a Useless Psychic.

lisleman said...

It is a shame that we can't power reading lamps or something with these psychic powers.

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