Don’t go through an artists sketchbook without their permission
DONT GO THROUGH AN ARTISTS SKETCHBOOK WITHOUT THEIR PERMISSION
AND LISTEN TO THEM WHEN THEY TOLD YOU TO PUT IT DOWN
SAME GOES FOR NOTEBOOKS i have had people go through my notebooks and misinterpret my story planning as a journal please don’t go through them
There are dark things betwix these pages
Just don’t touch an artist’s or a writer’s shit. It’s common decency to not go through someone’s shit.
Here, have some owls
The parents of Reddit have spoken.
When I was little, I had an invisible brother named Seti. i told my dad that Seti and I were sculptors and lived in a cave in Egypt. Temple sculptors used to stay in caves.
OK boils and ghouls, I gotta do the dishes, volunteer at the library, and go buy a Christmas card for a friend. Then I have drum practice! But first, FIRST I’ve got shovel food into my gaping maw so I don’t pass out during all this glorious activity.
I’m playing Simpsons: Tapped Out, and Lisa gets a Sacagawea costume to celebrate “Thanksgiving’s rich cultural history” and get this,
Homer calls her a racist.
He says a white girl dressing up as a Native American sounds pretty racist. He calls her the cutest racist…
You really don’t understand what jokes are meant for, do you?
You know what satire is, right? Well, The Simpsons is just that, and the cultural appropriation gag on the Tapped Out app was just that, it was pointing out the ridiculousness of people who think that appropriating another culture is celebrating said culture.
Jokes aren’t always just for a chuckle, they’re a way of delivering social commentary in an easily accessible manner.
So I’m asking you, do you understand all the myriad ways humor can be used to illustrate a point?