My housemates and I have become obsessed with the video game Fortnite in the last month or so. Tonight, they all played, while I attempted to document the events that followed.
This is a continuation of a fictional interview between my dog, Jasper, and the New York Times’ Michael Barbaro.
Michael Barbaro: Thanks so much for taking the time to do this. You’re a busy dog.
Jasper Payne-Green: I’ve always got time for you Michael.
It was bougie. It was cliché. It was not remotely affordable. But we were absolutely hooked. In the past four months, we’ve probably ordered from “Mendo” 12-15 times. What helped this establishment rise above the rest?
To fail at improv, after really falling in love with the art form, was jarring. Sadder than the loss of an opportunity to perform, however, was the way I re-wrote the narrative in order to make my failure make sense.
What follows is a transcript of a sentence-at-a time story told by the residents of [Again with the address thing? Come on dude! It’s the internet]
“How to Make Potpourri” – thesprucecrafts.com Potpourri (n) : a mixture of dried petals and spices placed in a bowl or small sack to perfume clothing or a room. The dried petals and spices with which I will perfume my blog this evening are a series of partial and half-baked ideas that might get aContinue reading “Blog Potpourri (pt. 1)”
These are songs that it would be impossible to attend a wedding, bar/bat mitzvah, or corporate team-building event without hearing. They’re the songs that cause me to make a face like I just put my foot in a shoe full of urine when someone asks me to play them on the guitar.
Some more thoughts about the absurdist dog park MOBA, “Dog Park Derby”. No, it still doesn’t exist outside of my imagination.
Get ready for the newest epic MOBA/battle royal! It takes place at a dog park.