* WARNING! This was written in 10 minutes after a pot of coffee. It is very random with few if any points. For what it is worth, this is a brief look inside my head at any given point in the day. I am sorry you have to indure this. *
It doesn’t take very much to make me happy in life. Over the past few years I have learned to enjoy the little things and never take anything for granted. I guess that is why I am such a fan of Matt Caracappa’s site, X-Entertainment. It is nice to immerse yourself in gummy frogs and Friday the 13th reviews after along day of catastrophic engine failer simulations and MBA online work. But the night before last I think I had a Holiday blow out. Just look at this mess.
You’ll notice that Halloween is on the TV and I am reading X-E’s Christmas countdown from 2003 at the same time. Why am I doing this you may ask? Well, I think it is because I am a man of extremes. I have always been that way. If I go to the bar it’s never for a couple of beers but rather 8 beers, $30 in the Juke box and at 4,000 high fives. If I go for a run it is usually not a jog but an all out puke intensive, run for your life, run. And if I start a book, there is no way it will last longer than a couple of days without being totally read. Even in the car. Ok, maybe not the car. The point is, is that when I feel like doing something I do it. Maybe it is because I started thinking about Halloween in August and I am ready for the Christmas season to begin. What ever the reason is it felt right at the time.
Don’t get the impression that I am a careless, if it feels good do it, type of person. I am really not but I think when it comes to the little things in life we all should. If you want to sing “Jingle Bells” while carving your pumpkin than damn it, do it! I probably won’t because that’s weird as hell but if it sinks your canoe, more power to you. Speaking of doing what you feel I think I am going to add to may tattoo.
Oh boy. I got this clip art back in 1996 before I left for college. It was a permenant link to my best friends in high school, Jon and Simon and our love for the band Led Zeppelin. Each of us picked a symbol from the band members. I picked John Paul Jones because he was my favorite and the most under rated in the band. The bitch is that a few years later some ass clown decided to use the same Celtic symbol for the brief but world known River Dance. When I saw them on The Late Show one night- died I did! No one has linked the two but I think of that everytime I am at the pool or beach and it is only a matter of time before some asks me to tap dance. So I think I am going to get the rest of the three symbols so there is no confussion. And another thing, why in the hell did I pick that spot?
I cannot see that symbol without hearing “Goin’ To California” in my head.
Impressive tummy, Billy. You can see your knees. As for me? With my peri-menopausal onset gelatinous state, I’d be lucky if I could see YOUR knees.
Have a great weekend, my friend!
i don’t know.
but it’s a good place for one.
Not just for you, but in General.
Hannibal King from Blade Trinity.
way less trashy than the bullseye.
Maybe a sneeky way of diverting eyes to your crotch, and an easy place to cover it up.
I’ve always wanted to get a scarab there cause that’s where they’d put it if you were being mummified.
Well, a little higher, but putting a scarab on your belly would just be awkward.
Then again, so is hooking your brain out through your nose.
them crazy ‘gyptians.
Nice gut ya go their Billy. My cousin Bill he has a small pink panther tattoo in that area I don’t know what side it is on though. Right?
I remember when he told me I thought it was neat and a few hours later he said let me show you my tattoo and he started to show me and I put my hands over my eyes and he said no I’m not showing you that trust me! LOL and he showed me his tattoo. He said he got it because he loved the cartoon as a kid and he just wanted to get a tattoo. The color is pretty good even after several years of having it. I have thought about getting a tattoo but I don’t like the thought of it being permenant and there is no going back. I don’t want to make any decisions that I can’t go back on.
I do lots of things that are unexplainable. There are sites that I have found that I have throughly read and then never have visited the site again. There are tv shows that I am embarrassed I enjoy them. When I was a teenager I learned that you have to accept who you are and if someone can’t accept you then they just don’t understand you and it’s not that you should change to adapt to their needs (they aren’t the ones that have to deal with your issues on a day to day basis) and that’s just it. Like they say you would rather have people hate you for who you are then like you for who you aren’t. See you later Billy
Hey Billy, the server’s being a bitch and my domain was canceled. Just a heads up if you click my link don’t flip a shit, I’ll be back soon. Thanks a lot for reading.
For what it’s worth, I watched Halloween last night. I turned it off about 5 minutes through, though. Gotta save it for the 31st.
Cotter, you are missed my friend.
Man I need to write more…I think I try to plan it too much and I never like how it comes out. I just take inspiration from you, Matt and others and just write at random. But I do promise- I have plenty of free time after this next week so the Savannah write-up is coming; I just hope it’s worth the wait….
And I’ll say it here because I didn’t want to start it up again there: I hate people that bitch and moan on X-E about him not writing enough just as much -if not more- than you do.
That should read “I SHOULD take inspritation from you, Matt and others”
I really can’t wait to read it, Shuanfu. Savannah is a great town.
Not kidding. I served a women yesterday that had that symbol on her earrings and necklace. I should have asked if she was a Zeppelin fan. Ah, well.