Saw two things at a concert last weekend that were poem-worthy. 1) Really skinny girl (like drugged-out skinny) dancing spastically (like drugged-out dancing) fall on her face. 2) Middle-aged woman bend over, put her hands on the ground, and shake her (huge) butt in the air, then stand up and proceed to smack her own (huge) butt repeatedly.
Thank you, substance abusers, for the inspiration. Now, please go get some counseling while I write these poems in your honor.
Messed up rock concert girl,
Spin-art eyes awash with chemical bliss;
Spastic, writhing dance,
Releasing demons to the beat.
by Edie Montgomery-Pool
Each sip washes a year from her memory but not her body.
Her sexy drunken dance now just a
by Edie Montgomery-Pool
I just got 67 spam messages for:
- animal sex
- horse sex
- zoo sex
Somebody went to a lot of trouble to set up sites for these subjects and send out thousands of messages all across the web. So, what I’m wondering is…is there really that big of a market for this that it’s even worth it???
Free business advice for sicko porn peddlers: I’m not going to visit your site either way, but I suggest you stick to housewives, college girls, and twins. It doesn’t take a marketing genius to figure out that’s probably where the money is.
I think I have possibly found the best blog ever: Be More Fancy. I love the style the blog is done in, with crazy photos throughout each post that serve to emphasize whatever subject matter is being discussed. The writing style, too, is wonderful. See for yourself:
I woke up last night to a bad dream. Well, I guess I went to bed with it. It was hovering, I recognized it knocking on me and could not pin it down or Jedi mind trick it away.
The previous is from a post called I am so stressed! Venting! Be More Fancy is written by “Ms Smart.” A peek at Ms Smart’s profile gives us a clue as to why her blog is also quite smart (and fancy). Ms Smart is a Director in Adverstising in L.A. Ahhh…good job Ms Smart. Love love love the blog.
Ms Smart also twitters at twitter.com/MsSmart.
The latest edition of the literary journal, Word Riot, is out, and it includes a short-story/flash-fiction piece called CEO by Billy Middleton. I thought this was cleverly written…
“I adopted a corporate CEO from the local shelter. He was let out on the street after his company folded, was picked up rooting through dumpsters, running through busy intersections. The volunteer at the shelter told me he was unfriendly…”
To read the rest of the story or hear the story read to you by the author, go here.