Well, more nonsense than normal that is. Like, I tend to call this effect "tiredposting", as in, akin to the commonly-used term "drunkposting" which is when people online post when drunk, because my tiredposting basically is drunkposting. I lose my ability to notice mistakes. I lose my ability to form good thoughts. I basically become a mess, as if drunk, while sober.
Never had a drink in my life. (I mean, it's something I vaguely hold interest in, but it's a very bad idea for a myriad of reasons. Aside from me being bipolar with mental disorders tending not to mix with alcohol very well, there's also the fact that both sides of my family have histories of alcoholism, meaning my genes are predisposed to that sort of addiction. Plus I know me and I NATURALLY get addicted to things and I imagine alcohol would be no different, so. Just...not something I should ever lay hands on.)
But I imagine the effects of being drunk do put one in the mindset of a tired posting, basically. A tired person and a drunk person tend to share many of the same characteristics. Alcohol tends to invoke sleepytime like effects on people, makes them pass out if they have too much, the like. I just genuinely think that a person tired enough is basically thinking in an altered state that is what people who are drunk get in.
Butyeah. I'm not coherent. It's only 11:23. I might sound loosely coherent to you, but it's getting harder and harder by the minute to form a thought which is one stream. Like, this is how my mind wanders. I do a lot of correcting even in this state; I'd be much worse if I let this continue for another half hour or so. It does get to the point where I type typos without even knowing I am doing so, though to some extent a lack of care also applies in that sometimes I'll notice but not bother to correct them because it's too tiring and much effort to actually do that.
But even then it's something that doesn't guarantee success. I mean, I typo even when sober, even when awake, but it gets worse when in this state because it gets harder for me to notice my mistakes. Which I am making a ton more of by the way. My punctuation also tends to shift when I'm in this state, for instance. I think you have noticed by now that I sound like I'm doing run-on sentences?
Well it's not like that in my head, except actually maybe it is. It's complicated. But at this stage I just think I'd rather take a nap than explain this further. I'd say I'd write an entry later, but I'm planning on sleeping until midnight or later which would place the newest possible entry on a separate date so you'll just ave to hawt.