What We Do To Get Through

The mixture of weird textures and organic surfaces creates an interesting dialogue.

Kelly Wearstler

“Do you remember we used to do that in school?”

Pen, paper
Chalk and boards
Writing instead of typing
To appease the cursive overlords

You talking to me?

Taxi Driver (1976)

“You stand there and accuse me, but where were you at the time?”

Where was I you ask
Well I’m happy to let you know
I was in a little town called
Taking in a donkey show

Human speech organs are capable of producing over 800 sounds when we are born. In infancy, a child learns which sounds are important to his or her native language and to disregard the rest.

“I knew you wouldn’t be able to see it through.”

“You asked me to do the cinnamon ice bucket challenge! It’s not humanly possible!”

Toto, I’ve got a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.

Wizard of Oz (1939)

“I’ll find her and bring her home, I promise.”

“Then I’ll bring her back here when I’m done with her.”

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20 thoughts on “What We Do To Get Through

  1. Quote of the day goes to: “Where was I you ask
    Well Iโ€™m happy to let you know
    I was in a little town called
    Taking in a donkey show”

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  2. Baron Frankenstein: “To know life Otto, is to fuck death in the gallbladder”.
    – Flesh for Frankenstein (aka Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein)
    Gator: “Hey Taffy, come on over and suck your daddy’s dick.”
    Taffy: “I wouldn’t suck your dick hippie, if I was the last person on earth and there was oxygen in your balls.”
    -John Waters Female Trouble

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    1. John Waters had some creepy dialogue. I guess it matched the scenes in his movies.i still remember the shock I felt watching pink flamingos for the first time.

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      1. Creepy maybe but that line in context to that film is fucking hilarious especially in the delivery by tge adult actress playing the “childish” daughter. Female Trouble is Water’s at his funniest. Not that crime, murder, rape, drug abuse, child abuse ๐Ÿค” is really any laughing matter but the dialogue in this film is top notch in the realm of acerbic wit, dialogue and situations are extremely ocer the top. Whereas Pink Flamingos is truly an exercise in bad taste, Female Trouble is everything Flamingos wad but “actually” funny.

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      2. I can’t argue with that. He certainly brought a unique perspective to some taboo subject matter. And while hit and miss across his career he never pulled any punches. Gotta respect the man for that.

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