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I had a dream in which I could converse with inanimate objects.

In the dream, I asked a wet sponge which it preferred, the water-laden and heavy wet state, or the arrid and light dry state.

The sponge replied, “What do you mean by “the dry state?”

6 Responses to “The Wet Sponge Test”

  1. The ‘dream’ was poetic licence, a way of getting to the metaphor. Still it came to me spontaneously early in the morning, so I guess it was generated by a similar mechanism. I leave analysis to others, I’ve never learned how to do it. Any ideas?

  2. No ideas Barry. Philip obviously got it though. I often have the weirdest dreams..in colour and always complicated. If I tried to figure them out the next morning I would probably go crazy! Well, crazier than I already am…

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