Take one word, ‘Take’ for example and follow it with a second word, perhaps ‘one’; then end that section with the word ‘word’.
Once you have done this, explain the process that you have followed to get you to that point.
Allow time for the words to melt together,
Then consider the life choices that you have made up to now, and that have placed you in the unenviable position that you now find yourself in.
Copy a famous quote from a book into another format, perhaps sign language, and use pictograms to represent the key elements of that quote.
Then forget that you have done this.
Then forget what you have to do next.
Await instruction from a higher plane or plain.
Seek nothing, find everything, or seek everything and find nothing, depending on the day of the week it is, or will be.
Limit yourself to one a day.
Avoid rules like the plague.
Avoid the plague.
Avoid things that aren’t, but could be, the plague.
Do not pass GO.
End up in jail.
Cross the road to get to the other side.
Ask a chicken why it did this – if it has.
Build upon your experiences to capitalise upon your lack of knowledge.
Paint the town Blue.
Sing an unknown song in the key of E minor.
Plead guilty to something.
End all your spoken sentences with the word ‘Pangolin’.
Look but don’t see.
Always leave things…