It’s the worst. Without knowing what I would talk about first during this ‘how I assemble an article’ series or how I would even structure it; titles, closing sentences, etc, before I knew what direction this idea would take me, the post button automatically got shuffled to the back..
Makes me crazy. Whenever I’m releasing something funny—stop! :rewind: fhcvgsdujpfrgeknvc :play: Makes me crazy. Whenever I’m releasing something ithink is funny—one where I’m “oh man, I hope I’m not the only one who thinks this is funny” and my objective is to make you laugh and I might’ve even tagged #funny and #comedy and they’re right next to each other and if nobody votes it right away I’ll wonder why and begin thinking things like maybe it’s because I used too many and’s in that one sentence. 🤔
Drawings too. Clicking the post button after a drawing or, anything artsy really, oh Funk! Talk about a mess—sweaty hands, all nervous and jittery like I snorted a cot of poffee.... pot of coffee, whatever, you know what I mean.
Cover images can take time but they’re not bad, nothing that needs to be paced out around the house, they’re a cinch compared to the post button. Titles have a mind of their own and opening sentences can hold me up for what seems to be forever but the post button is an emotion backed click of transparent permanency.
You know that feeling you would get if you sent the wrong picture of yourself to the wrong person? Or what it feels when you wake up to the reflection of brake lights glowing in your windshield? They’re kind of like that, post buttons and, the more I edit this sentence, the longer I can avoid clicking the Martha Focker and never have to feel like there’s a barrage of cops in the rear view mirror—hands on the 10 & 2 and I really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really hope this axe body spray isn’t obvious!!! Closing sentences aren’t bad at all.