1. Lacking intelligible meaning
2. Foolish; absurd
This probably very much accompanies “G is for Goofy” but, nonsensicalness is fun. I have no problems joining in nonsensicalness, it’s quite enjoyable in fact.
I think my most favorite moments of nonsensicalness came in February when I was in FL and I got to go on a scavenger hunt. I had a list of things we had to get and a great team of people accompanying me. We took off running to try and get as much as we could off that list in the hour that we had. The funniest thing about it is that I was competing against Alli and there was no, like, no prize. There was no prize, we were just out there doing it for the fun of it. It was excellent.
Running around downtown Orlando with my list and my team (Ashley, Crystal, Veronique, Jamie, Marty, Travis). Talking to strangers to get a picture with them.
Jumping into a fountain (that really didn’t look as deep as it really was).
Lying on the sidewalk to have my outline drawn as though something had happened to me and it was a crime scene. Running into restaurants to get napkins, straws, menus, etc. At one point, I even had sand in my pocket.
To onlookers, it didn’t make sense. To us, we were on a mission. The craziest most nonsense stuff had us laughing and enjoying ourselves.
Nonsense is fun, and as such, I have no problems being nonsensical.