I am always surprised at the image people form of authors who have written masterpieces; it is as if the author can only write exceptionally good stories. Well, it should be true, if the author has one amazing story, then it is a sort of proof that the author is capable of writing brilliant stories. Yet, that does not mean that every story that author writes will be a masterpiece without faults.
Recently I finished a serialized story which I was hoping would end soon. In fact, I would say that I was eagerly waiting for its last chapter; not because I liked it, but because it got extremely boring and I started to hate it.
So why was I reading it? Because I wanted to know the ending.
Never grow a wishbone, daughter, where your backbone ought to be.
– Clementine Paddleford
First attempt at drawing on my cellphone.
Stupidity is contagious…and it is detrimental to humanity. Unless immediate steps are taken to counter it, humans can find themselves in an irreversible situation.
Warning: Large images.
Requirement: Sense of humor.