A Pinch of Me


3 c. oriental wisdom

Dash of laziness

2 nights of Super Mario Bros Classic, green mushroom included

5 Korean pop albums

2 oz. Mild Depression

10 tbsp. Anime & Manga (without the mature titles)

1 serving of crushed crayons & pens

4 pinches of spicy attitude

2 D50 cameras

3 afternoons of fishing (no puffer fish necessary)

4 capfuls Soy Sauce

Hershey’s Chocolate Syrup for decoration


1 bottle of blond hair dye

5 strands of brown hair

2 skeleton rings, extra glaze

2 squinted eyes


Combine everything but the chocolate syrup in a pot with chopsticks. Stir occasionally until super thick. If the attitude floats to the top, do not stop stirring until it sinks down again. Dish can be served hot or cold, but if served cold, you will taste the depression over all the other ingredients. Do not add cauliflower, balloons, song covers, or rap artists. Those items will cause the dish to spoil a lot faster. When served in a preferred bowl, use the syrup to draw a funny face of your choice. This will add happiness to your dish. Enjoy.


“True art is ch…

“True art is characterized by an irresistible urge in the creative artist.”
-Albert Einstein

Didn’t expect a man like Einstein to understand true art. Then again, he was one of the smartest men in the world. I believe in every word that is said in this quote. It explains lots of us artist. We can only create true art is we have the desire and determination to do so. If you’re on your arse trying to think of something to create, wasting time because of the common excuse “Artist Block” or “Writer’s Block” then you’re thinking much too hard. I’ve had experience with this before.

I plan on writing a novel for a contest that will help me pay for college and I always get stuck at some point. But once I get an idea (maybe after a day or so) and write it down, it looks like crap and I have to regain the concept of what I was writing. I’m not saying that these blocks are bad and you shouldn’t have them, they are perfectly normal. What I’m trying to say is that if I, for example, had a true urge to write this story, I would 1.) Plan ahead, 2.) write by the guidelines I create for myself and 3.) stick with it til the job is done. Sounds like extra work, but that’s what it takes. Plans are better than just winging it. And 85% of good reads are planned. 90% of famous paintings and sculptures are planned.

Maybe none of you get that from such a small quote, but thats what I got.



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