lots of squid
lots and lots of squid
The EmoThe Emo by Dragon-Cultist
I am sad, I am sadness,
The embodiment of despair
The personification of anguish
The incarnation of sorrow.
From my black boots, to my black hair and my black clothes.
With my black lipstick, black eye shadow and black nail polish.
They all show, to this hollow empty world, that I am different
I am not one of these sheep which I see around me
All happy in their dull routines never stopping to think.
I alone can see in a world of the blind.
My mother thinks that I'm being silly,
My dad calls it a phase
Neither understand what it's like to be me. The crushing despair under which I live.
They don't know.
Today I will chat with my friends; they will discuss their boring little bands.
Do they not see how lame they are with their songs of love, there is no love.
Only sadness and inevitable death.
As I leave I check the mirror, to see if my depression shows.
Because, as everyone knows,
Emo is in now.
A recipe for religionA recipe for religion by Dragon-Cultist
Religion is a great meal which can range from a light snack to a full blown theocracy. Surprisingly easy to make, it works wonders as an explanation for unexplainable phenomenon and is a great conversation starter. It is important to remember that every religion is different and they will not mix well in a meal. Consuming different religions without allowing time to digest has been known to result in stomach aches and xenophobic crusades. If you are making more than one keep them separated, preferably one to each end of the table.
This recipe makes a good solid dinner for four but the recipe can easily be expanded to encompass entire countries.
2 cups of ignorance
1 cup of belief
½ cup of suspicion
Rituals (any flavors)
2 cubes of lies
Deity(s) of your choice
1/2 tsp of evidence
First pour in the ignorance and suspicion and stir until consistent, melt the butter and mix in. Now add up to 4 Tbs