Lately, I've expanded my music tastes and I was wondering about the lyrics that I like best. As someone who loves writing, obviously, lyrics are probably the most important for me. Here are some of mine, what about the you, the alarmingly few people sad enough to read my blog.
Mine are: "Sorry, Puff, but I don't give a fuck if this chick was my own mother, I'd still fuck her with no rubber, cum inside her, and have a son and a new brother/And just say it ain't mine, what's my name?" --I'm Back, Eminem.
"Heard ten thousand whispering and nobody listening. Heard one person starve, I heard many people laughing. Heard the song of a poet who died in the gutter." --A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, Bob Dylan
""Trying to buy me some time then I remembered …Read more >
Not that anyone will actually care, and not that this is something I'm only starting, but I'm not gonna be around for a while. I just thought that since, if my memory hasn't gone sour, Frank N. Furter made a blog about leaving. He was actually worth caring about, but I have a ego higher than Dix, who finds it necessary to post on everything he sees. waiting for your comment, Dix
I've already been away since the Dark Humor contest ended, so this isn't anything new, but I found that I have some time to make a blog about it. I just feel shitty all around -- I lost my motivation to write and I read significantly. Which is shit because those are the things I loved above all else, and still do. I just can't bring myself to edit any stories and I d…Read more >
I don't think it will have much of an effect on the wiki but there are a couple of famous Lovecraft stories we don't have here. Such as Under the Pyramids and The Mound. (there is already a story with the same name on the wikia). There are a couple of more too. The links are to wikisource, by the way. I'm not sure as per the policy of posting other's work here, so I won't post them. But if anyone thinks the wiki should have more Lovecraft stories I have a couple more of his more renowned works saved on a word document. We probably don't need them one here, but I was just thinking since we already have an archive for him.Read more >
My last blog garnered a fair bit of recognition, and the chances of this one following are as high as the chances of Lindsey Lohan winning a game of chess.
Anyway, I have been re-reading 'On Writing' by Stephen King recently(if you haven't read it, I don't think you have the right to write any more stories before you get it.) And in his section about description he says it's not only a question of how to, but how much to. I agree with that, but it sparked a question in my mind. If God came into your room and told you that he could either give you the gift of being the best at description or the gift of knowing the perfect balance of details here and there, what would you choose?
I would choose being at describing stuff rather than balancing the …Read more >
I'm gonna get the BS out the way. This is my first blog so sorry if it's a bit... rocky?.. Bumpy? These are all my own thoughts and I think some of the points may seem ridiculous to people or some other people might have wrote about them before. Anyway, I hope you enjoy.
So, welcome everybody that one and only unfortunate person who stumbled onto my blog page. This was probably talked about on this site more than Dix's dick jokes, or Dupins banhammer. Everyone has talked about horror, and most asked and answered why we like it so much. The emotion of fear is not a pleasant thing. It's hard to describe as it itself is used to describe hundreds of other things. Emotion were made to describe, not be described. Yet describing fear -- I think --…Read more >