note about what people ask: when you tell them you are considering converting a used school bus into a living space: won’t that be expensive to drive?: like for a blog?: what’s the mpg on a bus?: have you considered joining the national guard instead?: how will you shower?: like a drug dealer? like for a reality show? how will you lock the door?: like a child molester? won’t that cost a lot to upkeep?: how will you start a family?: have you given up?
note about encouraging the hobbies of others: my roommate likes glossy magazines: fashion and celebrity: she will show me pictures of: examples: Rihanna and I will say “oh hello”: and she will show me more pictures of Rihanna and I will say “oh hello” for each until there are no more pictures of Rihanna: or pictures of Jena Malone and I will say “oh hello”: and she will show me more pictures of Jenna Malone and I will say “oh hello” for each until there are no more pictures of Jenna Malone: or pictures of Emmy Rossum and I will say “oh hello”: and she will show me more pictures of Emmy Rossum and I will say “oh hello” for each until there are no more pictures of Emmy Rossum: and so on: and this goes on until my night alarm rings: my night alarm reminds me to sleep: even if I am not sleepy: before: before I learned about her hobby I would say “yeah” or “okay” when she showed me: examples: pictures of Aubrey Plaza: pictures of Emma Stone: pictures of Olivia Wilde: and she would not show me more pictures: because I “seem(ed) bored”: and then she would seem bored: somewhere else: in the apartment: the air changed: felt like bored air: I do not know how I stumbled upon saying “oh hello”: or how “oh hello” opens the door for her hobby: which in a way is now my hobby too: before: I recall trying “nice”: “whoa yeah”: “hmmm yeah”: “wowya”: “yolo”: “damnnnnn”
note about how this is an age when all kinds of dreams for all kinds of people now come true: example