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Weirdly he's not that keen on it himself...
actually i don't identify that much with him these days.
"I'll do it for free!", she implores as she unbuttons my jeans.
don't none of you use it. i'm keeping that one.
"no thanks, you're ugly", I reply.
after she showed me her left breast
"are you joking" said your mum. "I weigh 21 stone, that should be more than enough".
i don't feel very strongly about anything just now. Not music too much, not a specific girl, not a book except the odd spurt from on the road which soon dissipates when I realise i'm being clichéd and i'll probably never go to mexico or have an adventure. It's pretty shit. It's kind of how I felt when I had depression but I know i'm not depressed now. I should probably find something to put myself out on a limb with. It'll be my task for tomorrow.
but that line really grates on me for some reason.
there was a maths teacher at our school who greatly prided himself on being a "published poet". once he did a poetry-writing lesson for our advanced higher english class, and he had printed out a list of all his "published poet" achievements to prove how great and credible a "published poet" he was. one of the things on the list was "poem personally received by leonard cohen with thanks". what does that even mean? why is it an achievement? i just have an image of him going up to leonard cohen and being all "here's a poem i wrote for you, man" and leonard being all like, "uh... thanks?" and him being like "OH YEAH, that's going on the list." good story.