shrek's kid: dad... i'm... i'm gay
shrek: well, better out than in, i always say, eh? heheheheh someBODY ONCE
anthonydailey13 said: Dear Chuck, As a writer, I find it frustrating that you can only find 1984 and Animal Farm by George Orwell in most libraries. Rarely do you find novels Down and Out in Paris and London or his essays. I say that because, as I'm striving to get my own work done--aware that it may end up at someone's yard sale--there's always that unnecessary fear that I may not be remembered or limited to one book in the culture's memory. May I hear your thoughts on this?
Damn, once you’re dead you’re going to be a very pissed-off ghost. I’d like to think Orwell is beyond ego-attachment to his backlist. Me, personally, I’d rather be remembered for the moments of happiness I helped occur in the world. Writing should be more like ‘play’ so please don’t weigh it down with lofty expectations about immortality. Sorry to ramble, you asked.
Finished the black ink on my piece for the @cfeatures creature from the black lagoon show. Now time for white ink #wip #workinprogress #liverad #liveradstudios
My grandma would always x out people in her yearbook and write “Deceased” when one of her high school classmates died. We often found it morbid. Grandma wanted to be the last one living. She wanted to win.
That’s not a yearbook.
That’s a hit list.
Your soulmate is not someone that comes into your life peacefully. It is who comes to make you question things, who changes your reality, somebody that marks a before and after in your life. It is not the human being everyone has idealized, but an ordinary person, who manages to revolutionize your world in a second…”
— Unknown (via neopiacentral)