September 26, 2014

Never Enough

  • EGDL: Andrew made stir fry lunch and it was so good It only awakened my hungers
  • CSII: I know that. It's like how I can be totally alone in my empty post-apocalyptic city and be pretty okay, but then I stumble upon an old holo-projector with a companion program installed on it and I use what limited battery life it still contains to talk about my favorite band or the sharghouls that live in the old factory district and you'd think I'd be satisfied with that, but nope, as soon as the battery dies, I'm on my knees weeping, cradling the projector like it's an actual dead human being, begging the god I no longer believe in for one more hour.
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September 25, 2014

Problem Customer

  • CSII: I had small java chip frappaccino
  • only problem is that those java chips keep clogging my straw
  • so I have to suck hard, but it just sucks up more java chips and then I gotta drink the drink out of the cup
  • and then I'm stuck with a straw full of java chips
  • so I try to blow them out to get them but i'm blowin so hard i'm about to pass out
  • EGDL: I'm loling
  • CSII: then i see a damn java chip move so i redouble my efforts and then wouldn't you know one java chip flies out, they all do so now i got a straw with nothing but saliva and air blowin out one end and the floor is full of java chips and i'm demanding a refund but they tell me, "sir, you drank all of it." so i get louder and he just opens my hand and dumps like 10 fraps worth of java chips in my hand and says "get out." So I leave and eat my java chips in the car
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June 12, 2014

Interview with NASCAR Sensation Eeba Go-Hard

The media surround Eeba Go-Hard’s victorious stock car and she begins to field questions:

"You just started driving last year, Eeba. What makes you so good?"

I dunno, mister. I just push- I put the piddle to the middle and swing on ‘til sunrise. I guess I was born to do it. Got a need for speed. For speed and weed. Puff puff pass on the right. Poof, goodbye daddio, I’m a cloud of smoke, in a cloud of smoke; I’m smoke within smoke, hold ya breath, you gonna choke. Inside track, man, inside job. 9-11 was an inside job. Don’t rip me man, just take a rip of this bong. Another trophy. Thanks.

"People got some theories about how you’re so good, lady."

It’s because I’m so small, you see. Like the jockey on his abused, but beautiful steed, I’m slapping my leather boots against the steel walls, man, my smaller size gives my car a little more oomph. Gives it some bite. A little spice is nice sprinkled over the rice. The rain in Spain, daddio! Gives me better gas mileage, so fewer pit stops except for chips. Chip stops and snack time, I got the checkered flag, I got the Domino’s pizza. It’s a guess of chames and game of chess out there. You’re chess is as good as mine, but I’m the king swinging up the lane with two queens. Four wheels burning rubber. I could go on and on about the mechanics of it all, but then I’d just end up lying, as I know very little about my motorcar.

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May 24, 2014
On the continuum of Man and God, where does one cease being the former and become the latter? Is it when he is balls deep within an Olympian or does it begin the moment his wet tongue presses against the salty curvature of the clavicle, as if to drink like a dog the blood and the soul? A question for the Philosophers, if you ask me. I’m just here to fuck.
Carlos Segundo, Godfucker
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May 20, 2014
Barbecue Sauce

MSPaint, 5/20/2014.

Barbecue Sauce

MSPaint, 5/20/2014.

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May 16, 2014

The Ballad of Burpo

A wizened old man strums a guitar, his gravelly voice quivers these lyrics:

Colton Burpo went up to heaven
looked god straight in the eye
said listen up you sunnabitch
I ain’t gonna die

A trio of old-timers turn from the bar, their whiskers scratching the collars of their dirty old shirts as they crane their necks to see the man. He’s singing a song they all know. It’s a story that’s old around these parts but ain’t got old quite yet and it goes like this:

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May 11, 2014

All Frogs Everything

  • CSII: there's a giant fly in here and it keeps flying by me and I'm frankly a little terrified
  • "it's no good. He's been flybit"
  • EGDL: Catch it with yr frog tongue
  • CSII: I left my frog tongue in my frog briefcase :(
  • I carry my frog heart on my frog sleeves got love for other frogs and their frog knees i got my frog chain from my frog neck i got all frog everything from frog hat to frog deck
  • got a frog in my heart and a frog in my throat got a frog friend rowing a frog boat got a frogman under this frog float got a frog castle with a frog moat
  • got frogs in my eyes and see frogs in the skies in froggy fluffclouds and froggy alibis frog galaxies several frog years away travel frog fast on a frog beam in a frog day
  • EGDL: I am loling
  • CSII: me too
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April 12, 2014

The Shirt Off My Back

Or: “Upon Seeing a Man Wearing My Shirt.”

I was told there was just one; that it was forged by the hands of a blind seamstress with a cursed needle made from the bones foraged from the rubbish bins of a concentration camp and from a thread spun by spiders who feed exclusively off of the bodies of lame orphans. I was told all of this, Eeba, and I was told the seamstress perished in a quite explainable fire, where once she completed her terrible work, she doused herself with kerosene and set the candle, which lit her room, not for her sake or the sake of the snow white, useless orbs that sat in her sockets, but for the sake of the shadows, who still need the light, though they despise it so, to haunt, at her feet. The candle is what she placed at her feet, that is, to set herself ablaze. And this is why- or so I was told- there was only one. When I pulled the shirt from the skelequin- that’s a skeleton playing the role as mannequin, as I am sure you surmised- I was disgusted by the garment. I nearly threw it to the side, to the dogs that guarded the dressing rooms to insure only those who paid the quarter were allowed to peep on the nude bodies within. I nearly did that, but some diminutive elf-like creature stopped me and she said, “oh, but would you do that to a one-and-only?” I certainly couldn’t, so I bought it from that wretched store- Kohl’s, I believe it was; such a demonic name- and so you can imagine, that seeing that shirt again, on the back of another man, that I bristle. I feel lied to. I feel cheated. At the very least, I feel indignant that, if indeed my shirt was a one-and-only, that this man would pass himself off as something he is not with a forgery. Or perhaps it is pity that I should feel, that he was taken in by such a forgery- a fine forgery, no doubt- but a forgery nonetheless.

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April 11, 2014

Do You Know Who I Am?

As the nurse entered the hospital room, the patient turned to her and asked, “do you know who I am?” The nurse shook her head and to the other nurse already in the room, she said, “so the mystery patient still has amnesia, eh?”

The other nurse answered her, “no, he just remembered he was rich.”

And then…and then…

And then the two nurses pulled out cleavers and slaughtered him, chanting, “Class war, class war, class war” as the lights flickered and the howls of the workers echoed down the hospital hall and rang in the ears of the man.

And the man’s head, now sitting in a bedpan, held his lifeless eyes, but still chattering teeth. “Do you know who I am,” the head continued as it was carried down to hell on the back of a massive worm. And then…

And then…and there it sat, stuck on a fence post- one of many fence posts, each with its own head fitted atop it- and it was turned away from the other heads, its nose pressed against a brick wall, its teeth still chattering, the head still asking the brick wall, “do you know who I am?” And for eternity, the brick wall will say nothing. 

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April 3, 2014
I don’t think I’d mind living forever. In fact, I think I’d relish resenting it.
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