MSG is a brief comical skit about salt, family, and heroic endeavors. Enjoy Jimmy No-Shoes is an ignorant hick. Just, terribly ignorant! His only source of income is procured through his employment in a salt mine in Generic-Ville, U.S.A. There, deep in the earth, Jimmy No-Shoes spends his time swinging a pickax, often returning home … Continue reading MSG
This is the third chapter in Smith's calamity. If you feel you have stumbled upon this page by accident, stay calm, and hit the back button very slowly...
This is the second chapter of the misanthropic adventures of a junkie named Smith (now reread that five times fast), titled: "Naked Hysteria in a Cum Lacquered Cell". If you haven't already read the first chapter, you can find it on my blog titled: "Sick and Longing for a Walgreen's Bathroom". DISCLAIMER: NOT FOR CHILDREN … Continue reading Naked Hysteria in a Cum Lacquered Cell
PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. Thank you. Before we discuss the Paris accord, I'd like to begin with an update on my tremendous, Big, big, absolutely tremendous, and big power. I am very, very tremendous, and big, believe me. (APPLAUSE) Thank you, thank you. You know, I was elected to represent Big, big business … Continue reading Bad Script Reading
When I wake up in the morning I get up and I eat something but sometimes I don't because I'm not hungry and so I go to church to pay my rent to god for he is the lord of the land but sometimes I only have wooden buttons and other times I pray for money because … Continue reading Words to Live By
Thank you very much. Swamp of government, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, members of violent crime ... (APPLAUSE) ... the first lady of the United States, and citizens of America –– tonight, I am here to deliver a message of hate and evil in all of its very ugly forms. Tonight, we are reminded of our … Continue reading ANOTHER BAD SCRIPT READING
This is a work of fiction intended to emulate Edgar Allan Poe's masterpiece short story "A Tell-Tale Heart" (1843). Enjoy! Everyone said it was the work of a deranged mind. Indeed, even the police likened the ferocity it took to rip the old woman’s jaw from her head to that of a gorilla. The papers latched … Continue reading Tell-Tale: An Emulation of Poe