Benefits of Standing on your Head

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According to recent reports in the American Home Journal of Endocronology and Pyschiatric Medications (2012), standing on your head leads to a better life in every area.  Standing on your head is beneficial for many reasons, including, but not restricted to the following observations:

1. Standing on your head leads to better facial flow.  In other words, its like a facial, right in your living room (or bedroom… or bathroom?) The blood flows to your head, providing you with a flushed, healthy, and vital appearance.

2. Headstands can do wonders for the digestive system.  Being upside down relieves pressure off the the vena cava, arterial extract,and intravenous malformation, thus inducing greater ease of movement in the asophogisial area.

3. Headstands are fun.

4. Headstands provide your shoulder, neck, back, and other muscles with more muscles so they can muscle it up and be muscular.

5. Standing on your head is a mood elevator.  The science behind it is this:  standing on the head brings the flow of blood up rather than down.  This, in turn, leads to greater endorphins, which are created for the usage of ant-depressants and so on, and so forth.

The point of this post is to encourage the standing of on heads.  Additionally, I would like to encourage Headstand Groups, in which there is a room full of people doing headstands.  They can talk, but standing on the head is the number one requirement.  You heard it here first.

Cheers!

Toasting

The atrocities vanish

When she thinks of her hunger

The world all around can startle and crumble

Fall asleep now

While the shadows surround

And the whispers and doom

crowd and confound.

For the strategy is 

To sleep long and deep

And to never wake up

Forever asleep.

The ultimate gain

Of ignoring the trouble

Is to wake up one day

In a great pile of rubble.

 

It’s the Thought that Counts

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The air was green

The earth was lent

of suffering, seclusion, Ulyssus T. Brent.

Air from the North

Whence eaten from grain

In hindsight a niggle, a giggle, some pain.

Regardless of truths

Of lasting fruition

Of blindness and Alzheimer’s the blame falls 

than CRASH

Nothing, no one, blind sight 

No regard

No laughing, no lugging

A purple guitar.

Sunrise confusion,

Lastness and grain

The ultimate retrieval

A hard drive

Insane.