Every now and then the Weird and Wacky Workbook for Recovery comes up with a random question. Here is this week’s allotment.
Do you like random “yes/no” questions? Please choose from options below.*
(a) True. I mean absolutely yes.
(c) Frankly, I’d prefer you ask my permission before using a yes/no question.
(d) Anyway, what do you get out of asking these questions? You can’t hear my answer. What’s the point?
(e) And what does this question have to do with your website, the Weird and Wacky Workbook for Addiction?
(f) In fact, I hate multiple choice questions. They bring back bad memories. That’s it. I’m not reading any more. Nope. Nothing else.
(g) Yep, I’m gone.
(h) Please act like I’m not here.
(h) Okay. I’m still here. And yes, I (secretly) do like yes/no questions. Thanks for asking. Please don’t tell anyone.
*The website’s and book’s author, psychiatrist Dr. Rosenthal, apologizes. This post has nothing to do with the book, and we’re sorry for the confusion. It appears the website is authoring these extra articles. At this time, it seeks to be recognized as a separate and living entity, but no worries, it represents no fluff or gruff to the public. We don’t think there’s any reason for concer…
Here’s another random question. Do you think websites are capable of eating psychiatrists?
(c) No doubt
Thanks for visiting. Stay tuned for our upcoming post, “What does it mean to represent no fluff or gruff to the public?” The post will feature our next yes/no question: should websites have psychiatrists?