Project 313 – Post No. 112

A big problem with these kinds of projects (Project 313, Project 365, et al) is the unrelenting regularity of them. 

Readers might be excited for the first few but by the third or fourth post, it begins to dawn on them what they’ve signed up for. This far along, I can practically hear the “OMFSM . . . There are another 201 of these!? Just shoot me; shoot me now.”

Let’s face it . . . you don’t even call your best friend or mom or dad or your pusher every day and here’s my post notice landing in your Inbox Every. Single. Day. 

Sure, you want to be supportive and a good subscriber . . . but, with this particular idiot, it’s not just a single photo. Nooo!  . . . there are three different things to look at which require your brain to shift gears which is in itself an effort. 

And, as if that’s not enough, the dolt throws in a bunch of words to boot. And if that’s not enough, he thinks they need to be “clever” and stuff. 

It’s understandable, then, why this morphs from a casual break from the daily routine to become the embodiment of drudgery and an oppressive obligation hanging as a dark, malignant, and ever-present cloud over one’s inner calm.

Well, I got to tell you . . . it’s no picnic for me either. 

And now, the photo:

Project 313 112

I think those might be the equivalent of snack plates . . . but you can’t put M&Ms in that first one. 

This is another one of them cartoons where the premise is a bit of a stretch but the visuals are great . . . 

. . . which reminds me . . . I need to start practicing drawing again.

Gorsh, I gots me so many interests that it’s a lucky thing I don’t have vices like drugs or drinking.

Drinking especially doesn’t help as evidenced by this Octopus Moonlighting as an Exotic Dancer in Las Vegas as Seen by Someone Who’s Had a Few Beers.

Octopus Moonlighting as an Exotic Dancer in Las Vegas as Seen by Someone Who’s Had a Few Beers

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.

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4 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 112

  1. Sounds like you have hit the wall!

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    • disperser says:

      Nah . . . just commiserating with my poor readers and trying to make them feel better by acknowledging their pain.

      I got a bunch of photos, cartoons, and doodles ready to go. Realistically, I don’t even have to write much . . . why some people might even appreciate that.

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  2. I hope you keep the project going!!! But, do it as long as it’s fun for you. And if or when you need to quit, I’ll understand.

    PHOTO: They look like snazzy snackin’ plates!
    CARTOON: HA! This one got a snort-laugh from me!
    DOODLE: Beautiful! And she would definitely keep everyone mesmerized…especially those with a buzz!

    HUGS!!! :-)

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    • disperser says:

      Thank you, Carolyn, and no worries . . . it’s going to the end. It’s more likely readers will quit showing up . . .

      They seem rather too small to handle my portions.

      Well, sure . . . he’s wearing a snort-mask.

      She’s like that; a talented little cephalopod.

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