#1079 – Inverted

I liked to spend a lot of time sitting upside down on the couch with my legs hanging over the back and my head touching the floor. I would pretend that the house was normally that way and look around imagining how I would get around the rooms walking around on the ceilings. I would get used to the open spaciousness of it and it would feel cramped and claustrophobic when I returned to normality.


15 thoughts on “#1079 – Inverted”

  1. grapy says:

    i love it when i do that it just feels awsome i mean you feel like people walking in the same room are on the ceiling

  2. Space Butler says:

    So I wasn’t the only one that did that…expect I walk around and pretend that I’m traversing the ceiling.

  3. Howls Like Wolf says:

    Hmmm… I wonder; was Biff walking on the ceiling with his reverse gravity boots, or working in the attic with them and turned them off without thinking.

  4. Church says:

    I prefer to walk on walls, not ceilings.

  5. Linzleh says:

    Childhood hobby: Walking through the house looking into a hand mirror & stepping over ceiling fixtures, wishing my pretend anti-gravity feet were real… but it looks like Biff was pogo-sticking on his head upstairs!

  6. MadKanga says:

    Chris, with a mind like yours, do you ever “return” to normality? I sincerely hope not.

  7. SEA says:

    When i do that i start to get really dizzy and uncomfortable. D:

    Obviously the solution is to build a upside down house so i can be upside-down while being right-side up! XD

  8. MaskedMan says:

    Biff appears to have been doing a Fred Astaire when someone turned the music off…

  9. i.half4 says:

    Ditto the mirror thing.

  10. ladyamethyst83 says:

    i use to do that as a kid a lot. my brother and I would pretend to walk on the ceiling. good times.

  11. DarkDeity5 says:

    I also did that mirror thing. I always had to be careful of the ceiling fans.

  12. ZeoViolet says:

    Mrs. Piggle Wiggle would have loved you.

  13. Radical Edward says:

    Sometimes, when I listen to music, I’ll stare at the ceiling and visualize a music video for the song I’m listening to. I have a healthy and active imagination, even though I’m almost 23 as of this writing. Still, I used to do things upside down when I was little.

  14. Nikko says:

    I find upside down an oddly comfortable way to sleep

  15. Arcan says:

    For some reason my vision seems to base directions entirely on gravity. When I lay on my side, it doesn’t fell like I’m looking at things sideways, it feels more the width and height of my field of vision switched places.

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