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Thursday, July 08, 2010

From the Diary of the Writer-as-Creep

I study her writing technique, her phrases, how she uses commas, and internalize her voice. If I think as she writes and write as she thinks, it will confuse our inner monologues, our identity lines soon indistinguishable. Once realized, we are either soul mates (lovesexlove) or long lost siblings (sexguiltsex).
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9 Comments:

Blogger sybil law said...

Hahahahaha
Awesome.
:)

11:58 PM  
Blogger jorg wobblington lopez said...

Where is the incest label?

How distant do your cousins have to be before it is incest?

1:19 AM  
Anonymous Asylum Dolly said...

Apart from the "possibly siblings" thing, this is actually quite romantic, and makes me go "awwww". I sincerely hope it ends up not being the long lost sibling possiblity!

3:20 AM  
Blogger Rassles said...

Or archenemies (sexhatesex).

1:04 PM  
Blogger Rassles said...

or would that be (hatesexhate)?

I get the two confused.

1:05 PM  
Blogger JMH said...

sybil - I agree.

jorg - I don't have an incest label. Going back to read and label all of my posts about incest would make me uncomfortably horny.

I would say that your cousin would have to be six inches away or so, give or take an inch.

Bon - Unintentionally romantic. That's good.

Rassles - Yes, me too, they're very similar. I guess it depends on how your archenemy became your archenemy.

8:41 PM  
Blogger Lora said...

hey, where's my comment?

It said something like this is the funniest thing I've read all day.

I came back to say that I totally bit this from you and I've been saying "soul mates (lovesexlove) or long lost siblings (sexguiltsex)" like I made it up myself.

So thank you for giving me something to make other people laugh.

8:15 AM  
Blogger JMH said...

You're welcome to steal whatever I throw out there. I steal your phrases all the time, but I put them in my notebooks to ferment. I'm still trying to find a home for "rumble in my tumble" and "Go, wait, ensure, deeply."

9:27 PM  
Blogger Lora said...

rumble in my tumble is most often said after drinks and before making a poor food choice.

go, wait, ensure, deeply is a bit harder to remember. but thanks for bringing it up, I just re-read the post where I used that and it brought back a good memory.

11:36 AM  

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