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swimmerguy's picture

See, Jeff, I can have a title from a song that's not Pink Floyd!

Worms are my new favorite animal.
There are many reasons for this, but one is most important:
they're FUCKING AWESOME.

I mean, look at like an animal or something, a deer, a turtle, or anything else. A conventional animal. It's too boring, I look at it, and I'm like that should be able to move and live, when it does, I'm not at all surprised, it has eyes and a mouth and an asshole, you know, all the essentials.

But worms, whenever I see them, I'm like always amazed, like What the actual fuck those can move?, I mean, they look like a fucking discarded booger or something. And how alive they are! They move so much, they seem so alive...

Oh, something cool that I didn't know before, worms probably live anywhere from 4-8 years in the wild! That seems like a long time for a fucking worm...
But awesome that they can live that long.

As well, healthy ground can have 1,750,000 worms per acre. That's 432 worms per cubic meter.
That's a fucking lot of worms.

I sometimes wonder what it's like to be a worm, crawling around.

In other news, look at this:

Now, I'll be the first to say, that's pretty fucking hot. The blind kid was gorgeous.
I did kinda feel for the best friend chick though... She got screwed. Damn.

No sex scenes though, I'm kinda disappointed. Although a sex scene with a blind partner would be kinda weird... Probably...

Um, so, AP test today, my second, and last for this year. Seriously, the AP test, a whole new level of being buttfucked.
And not the good kind of buttfucked. The really, really bad kind.
Not fun.

So, so, some of you, I'm sure, are wondering about Jun, CAG, how's he doing? As far as I know, fine, and cute as ever. I can't tell if he's interested, but either way I'm getting a little tired of it, this has been happening for like 7 months.

Oh, one more thing, I had a question. You've probably heard of the album The Dark Side of the Moon, by Pink Floyd, released 1973, it was ridiculously successful, staying on the bestselling charts for over 10 years. And it's still on one of the charts, damned if I know which one.
So the long and the short of it is that it's the second best selling album EVER.
If you've listened to it, it's jizztastic. The cover's fucking awesome, side 1 is strong in its own right, but it still pales in comparison to side 2, which jizzes all over the face of side 1, topping it off perfectly and beautifully in a musical orgy jizzfest.
The only album that's EVER sold more copies than it is Michael Jackson's Thriller (good, but not nearly as good).

But what if it was released today, instead of 1973? If you've listened to it, or know anything about it, how do you think it would sell? Would people still recognize it for the genius that it is, or have mainstream musical tastes moved on? Most modern music, to be sure, it totally different.
Some I don't really get boners for, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, whatever, some of it's okay, the Ting Tings, etc.

What do you think?

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hellonwheels's picture

best friend chick...

totally reminds me of this girl who was into me in high school. lol.

on that note, interesting thoughts on floyd. I think if most of our generation heard it today, sadly, it would be lost on them. However, there would always be the few.

the few who would actually listen to teh musical genius and appreciate it.

Mental wounds not healing, driving me insane, i'm goin' off the rails on a crazy train- the ozzman

elph's picture

What a neat skit!

And... I can't help but agree... Leo is extremely good looking and likable in so many ways... especially for his many feelings communicated facially so expressively.

A perfect ending too... although it took a repeat before I could see the same "bright light" that Leo did.

Although you're not blind like Leo... Is it OK to think that you might share many of his qualities?

More like this?

Sam2000's picture

Sweeeeeeeeeeeeet Rush song quote!!!!

Thank you, made my day better!

That's from "The Spirit Of Radio" by Rush.

Sam