I’m thinking that an error is going to appear, and we’re going to need assistance from a physicist, a physician or a psychic. Psyche! We’re going to need an editor.
A physicist’s interest is the physical. A psychic is sensitive to the nonphysical. They exist in diametric contradiction. For one, matter matters. For the other, matter is immaterial. We must never confuse physics with psychics, which are a “paranormal” words. We risk creating a Franken-freak, some sort of psychedelic physicist … or physical psychiatrist. Enough with the psychoanalysis.
My friend Lindsay, of IAMNOTASTALKER, forwarded a photo Kime Buzzelli posted on her Instagram page back in January. It found its way to me about a year after Buzzelli, a painter and costume designer in California, had come across another buzz-worthy error. When it comes to Buzzelli’s latest find, any resemblance to real words — living or dead, physical or spiritual — is purely coincidental.
Photo courtesy of Kime BuzzelliThis psychic reader needs a better psychic writer.
Psychic looks good. So does physics. Phychic, however, is never très chic.
If we replace that opening h with an s, we’ll find a happy medium.