I can't help it. When I think of writer's block, I think of this scene from Funny Farm. Andy Farmer leaves his successful sports journalist job to pursue his dream of writing a novel. He and his wife leave the city and move to a quirky community in New England. After getting settled into their home, he sits down to write and smiles as a little bird chirps outside. Ah. This is the quaint writer's life... but when writer's block kicks in immediately after typing the title of his novel, he is no longer amused.
Most writers can relate to this, but it is NOT the best way to break through a block: