posted on Nov, 29 2008 @ 04:32 AM
try to subvert the process by saying things that are too stupid and absurd for the other people to respond to, and if they respond to the first non
sequitur, don't hit that ball back but drop another non sequitur, over and over if necessary
ones I use recently
HE TRIED TO KILL ME
Have you lost your kitty? /...because I have her...furry and brown...Can you find the cat?
I have trouble with my urine...It's bad this time
HE'S STEALING CARS
How does that make you feel?
There aren't any real monsters, I know that for sure
Yes, I read that in the Bible
(all the above are quotations,btw, but the source is beside the point)
oh, yeah, also:
I have to go now
You can also try repeating back to them the last words that they speak, i.e. "The last words that they speak?" "yes"
take the conversations out of the realm of meaning and into the realm of zen...it's better, more like pure visiting, with less agenda...