So I been listening to Motley Crue’s “Kick Start my Heart” for two weeks straight now to help visualize an action sequence. I think I am about ready to commit it to words.
There are a lot of exotic meats that taste like chicken, but for the life of me, I can not figure out what chicken taste like.
I Write Screenplayz?
I like to imagine that when the malls are closed for the evening, the normal mannequins are being chased by the zombie-esc, no-faced mannequins until the Sears mannequins break out the power tools and sporting goods and totally take down the zombie mannequins. I am pitching this idea to Pixar next week.
Did you ever try to figure out what people are thinking about you when they stare at you, and then you realize you’re staring at them?
I Write Screenplayz
Forest Gump and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button are the same movie. You got some sort of physical or mental defect. A girl they want but can’t have. Captain Mike, Lieutenant Dan, same thing. Travel the world. I can go on. Same Movie! That’s all I have to say about that.
The fact that the number eight written in its numerical form closely resembles the symbol for infinity has influenced my never ending disgust for the number eight. And the letter Z is just asking for trouble!
Personal Mind Games
Did you ever want something so much that you tried to trick it by pretending in your head that you really didn’t want it? Then you realize that it might be on to you, so you try to re-trick by thinking that you really need it, there by fooling it into thinking that you really don’t want it, there by it making it chose the opposite of what you want. Which in reality is what you really wanted in the first place.
In a box of crayons, orange seems like it would be the hard to handle foster kid of the bunch. When I color I dump all my crayons out leaving the orange one in the box as if to say “You’re in Time Out Mr!”
And the Fans Go Wild!
When a sports event has a playoff, the fans of the losing team go home and the fans of the winning team riots and burns shit. I don’t get the logic there. It seems that it should be the other way around.