# sapeck-parrish

I really like her point about how "nonsense is frustrating and scary." People resist nonsense, in this case odd or previously-unspoken orders of words, because it makes them uncomfortable. This makes me think about where something stops being sensible and becomes nonsensible. By an extreme definition, anything original is nonsense, as what people see as sensible comes form what they know. It is the familiar parts of something original that makes the whole thing sensible. Parrish's example of nonsense has so few familiar parts that it is often considered nonsense.

But should I create nonsensible work? I don't think that I should make nonsense to the far extreme. If I am trying to convey a message, then I may be trying to be relatable. True nonsense cannot be relatable outside the fact that it is nonsense at all.