Thursday, January 15, 2009

Working is for people who have nothing better to do

--Oscar Wilde

£1 I think the border between "outside" an "inside" should be more diffuse. I could live with sand on my floor. I think sofas on the street is beautiful.

£2 When I listen to most people, I hear the words but I can´t put them together and form an understandable sentence. That´s because most people are so full of shit.

£3 I have started to enjoy being unhealthy which concerns me slightly, cause when you´re approaching 30 unhealthy life leaves tracks, but who cares anyway.

£4 Sometimes I giggle at my own jokes for minutes.

£5 People that use a lot of spiral-shapes in their drawings are self-centered as hell and I did spirals before I could talk.

£6 I am bleeding from my heel right now. What a weird place to bleed from. I didn´t even notice I scratched myself that hard.

£7 My favourite complaint-subject for now is the working hours and the whole concept of working. That´s because I have a job.

£8 If I ever went to a job-terapeut I would tell him I want to become a job-terapeut

£9 I sometimes am on the verge of puking when I smell the breath of children

£10 There isn´t really any taste or consistence that I don´t like when it comes to food.

£11 I see through my false insights about life faster than I produce them

£12 Today´s world is really funny. Hahhahhahahahhaha.

£13 I made my grandma cry when I was 1,5 years old and sang "Vagga gunga gå gå". I write "1,5 years old" because in that age half a year still matters. Hell I wish I was 99,5 years old.

£14 I like saying "Je ne regrette rien" and I can act like I really live up to it. In fact there is a truckload of things I regret.

£15 I think the coolest things you can do are uncool things, what ever uncool and cool things are.

£16 It´s funny to see what all life has to offer. Hey, there comes a depression!

£17 I wish I could talk more

£18 I wonder if people hear music differently. I wish I could move into a head that likes the music of Scooter for a day just to see what it would feel like

£19 I´ve spent a night under a circus-wagon. I wanted to ask the circus people if there was a possibility to sleep over at someone´s place (cause circus-people are COOL), but ended up not daring. That story could illustrate my whole life.

£20 When someone´s critisizing what I´ve done it feels like I´ve puked on a plate and someone´s saying YOU HAVE EATEN SHIT, I KNEW IT YOU NASTY BITCH!!

£21 I was much more creative when I didn´t know what the word creative meant

£22 Admitting your weaknesses is the first step towards getting stronger, to hell with that, I knew my weaknesses when I was 12 and nothing has changed.

£23 I stopped trying to be a good person when I realised I wish most people the worst.

£24 Finding out new ways to say things is orgasmic

£25 The thought of a world without words and with communication through paper-blocks turns me on, but in reality, that´s just stupid.

Monday, January 12, 2009

I love work

"One of the saddest things is that the only thing that a man can do for eight hours a day, day after day, is work. You can't eat eight hours a day nor drink for eight hours a day nor make love for eight hours—all you can do for eight hours is work. Which is the reason why man makes himself and everybody else so miserable and unhappy."
—William Faulkner, interview in Writers at Work, 1958