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PostSubject: Staring at a Wall   Sun Jan 11, 2015 9:19 pm

Hello, everybody!
Here are some useful instructions for how to stare at a wall.

Step 1 - Select a locale.  Cool
When preparing to look at a wall, find a place to sit that allows for a full, unmolested view of a blank wall. If the wall has anything of interest-such as artwork, a mirror, a poster, a television set, etc-the wall is unsuitable for staring at. If an appropriate wall is inaccessible, please read the guide below on how to stare into space. When finding a place to sit, any dry, comfortable surface is good.
 
Step 2 - Maintain attitude.  No.
Before settling into the desired location, ensure you have the proper attitude for staring at the wall to achieve maximum enjoyment. A wall starer should be either angry or bored, while the former may lead to other unintended consequences.

Step 3 - Perform.  Neutral
After finding a suitable location and the proper attitude, sit in the selected area and stare blankly at the chosen wall.  Repeat Step 3 for hours.

Note I - Staring into space.  Shocked
When staring into space, look for any object and fixate on it after finding a seating locale. In this case, the object can incite interest. The only thing that matters is that it distracts from the task at hand, rather than making boredom enjoyable.

And that is all, I hope this tutorial has been helpful and answered any questions you may have about staring at a wall.

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