Current Residence: My bed|
Favourite cartoon character: Matt, Mello, Near, L, BB
Personal Quote: Owl City just doesn't make sense unless you're half-asleep.
I have no pointI look at people like him. And I think of how lucky they are. They still have a constant flow of ideas, only speckled with less than an ounce of self-doubt. Constantly making things, throwing things out just to replace them with things that are greater. I wish I was like them. Growing up but never throwing out what made things wonderful. Never not doing things because "What's the point?" or "This is useless" because everything they do has a point. It makes sense, it always makes sense, even if they don't think it does, or never will. And even when they don't, they make it anyway. They create things, from the little spark it was in their minds to the full blown lightning storm it is when it's finished. Not for anyone but themselves, and maybe a few people they enjoy entertaining. Me? I have no idea what to do with those sparks. I can't make a light big enough to illuminate a cupboard, let alone a storm. I decide to trash them as suddenly as I decide to make them, doing both without a poI have no point by GiftedElements
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"In the shower, on the can - that's when the best ideas hit you, the places you ain't got nothing to use to write em down with. No pens or pencils near by; and no paper neither. One of them writer types, that's the worse thing you could do to them. Leave them in a room without anything to help them write their good ideas down on, cause you know they'll forget them after just a few minutes, all the best ideas leave your head that way, even if you try to focus on em real hard. It's like a dream, the longer you wait to write it down the harder it is to remember. The difference is though that with a dream, the story's already taken place, but with an idea, oh that's very different. With an idea, it's still laying itself out, so you're trying to remember what got the ball rolling in the first place while trying to keep up with the spool of thought your mind is spinning at the moment. Because you let go of what started it and you're less likely to remember anything, but let go of the spool,