James Rosenquist The Serenade for the Doll after Claude Debussy, 1992 – 1993
oil on canvas
Ionat Zurr & Oron Catts The Slow Death of Worry Doll G, 2018
‘The Guatemalan Indians teach their children an old story. When you have worries you tell them to your dolls. At bedtime children are told to take one doll from the box for each worry & share their worry with that doll. Overnight, the doll will solve their worries. Remember, since there are only six dolls per box, you are only allowed six worries per day.” The Semi-Living Worry Dolls were the first tissue engineered sculptures to be presented alive in a gallery context. In that piece we constructed seven tissue engineered sculptures based on the Guatemalan Worry Dolls Legend. Back then we gave the dolls alphabetical names from A to H while dropping Semi-Living Doll G from various reasons, mainly as a counter balance to a Genohype ‘suffered’ by our society. Seven years later we decided to resurrect doll G only so we could engage with her slow death. As the Semi-Living Worry Dolls are supposed to solve people’s worries, we want to express our worry and growing concern regarding the persistence of the Genohype; the almost universal perceptions that modern biology (and sometimes life itself) deals only with the molecular level of the genetic code. The popular assumption is that the code is life and life is information. We hope Semi-Living Doll G will sway this misconception away. We are also interested in staging a (semi) living art piece that focuses attention on the most obvious (but discursively neglected) aspect of living art – it is in the process of dying. A larger scale Semi-Living Worry Doll is constructed and placed (or hanged) in our custome designed drip feed perfusion bioreactor.. During the installation as the cells grow and the polymer degrade we expect that the head of the doll to separate from the body which will then lie in a paddle of nutrient solution.’
Tony Oursler MMPI (Self-Portrait in Yellow), 1996
Video installation with video projector, VCR, video tape, small cloth figure and metal chair.
Annette Messager La petite ballerine, 2011
Stacy Leigh Average Americans that Happen to be Sex Dolls, 2014
Bikas Bhattacharji Doll II, 1998
Kiki Smith Puppet, 1993-94
Intaglio in 2 colors with collage on Gampi hinged to Kouzi-Kizuki paper
Betye Saar Black Doll Blues, 2021
Claire Oswalt Various, 2011
‘Working on a true to life scale, Brooklyn based artist Claire Oswalt’s massive mixed media sculptures are built from a machined wood then jointed and layered with illustrated paper. In essence she’s created life size paper dolls able to be moved about and interact with each other.’
Simon Zoric The Thing* Which Makes The Thing That Thing Which It Is, 2009
‘In this work Simon Zoric unboxes a ventriloquist’s dummy – one that looks just like him. The artist carefully dresses his mini-me in matching clothes and props him on a chair, then puts earbuds around its head. As David Bowie’s Sound and Vision kicks into gear, the doll gently springs to life, as if contemplating what it sees and hears as if for the very first time.’
Hans-Peter Feldmann Sex Doll, 2018
Thermoplastic plastic, table, chair, typewriter, sex doll, plinth
Morton Bartlett Painted Plaster Figure of Seated Boy, 1950
‘Morton Bartlett, who had never married and lived alone, had constructed a family of fifteen anatomically correct dolls, all children: three young boys and twelve girls. The dolls are a third to half life size, modeled first in clay, then cast in plaster. Having had no training in art, Bartlett assiduously studied anatomy texts to perfect his creations, then learned to sew, embroider, and knit to clothe them, and finally took up photography.’
Paul McCarthy Various, 1992 – 2002
Dirty Nose, 1995
Girl with penis, 1992
Sue Amon, 2002
Ken Doll No Head, 1992
Sidsel Meineche Hansen Difficult to work with?, 2019
‘Difficult to work with? included a life-sized ball-jointed figure with orifices that were compatible with oral and vaginal inserts made in silicone, which are sold for current sex robots on the market. The mobile phone, held in the sculpture’s hand featured an app with an animated avatar delivering a monologue entitled An Artist’s Guide to Stop Being an Artist, 2019. The script, which appropriated Allen Carr’s self-help guide Easy Way to Stop Smoking, instead discussed the artist’s dilemma of wanting to make art while wanting to quit it as a profession.’
E.V. Day Mummified Barbie Doll, 2007
Barbie doll, yellow beeswax, twine
Dennis Oppenheim Theme for a Major Hit, 1974
cast resin, fabric, marionette, clothed, motor, record to which puppet moves, spotlight, cassette, documentation, camping case
André Masson Le bâillon vert à bouche de pensée, 1938
‘This shop window mannequin decorated by André Masson was among 20 lining a corridor entitled The Most Beautiful Streets of Paris in the 1938 International Surrealist Exhibition in Paris.’
Laurie Simmons Kigurumi, Dollers and How We See, 2014
‘After several years of working with lifelike latex dolls, I finally became comfortable working in a human scale environment. As I searched for my next subject I stumbled upon a sub-genre of Japanese cosplay called Kigurumi. Cosplay, short for “costume play,” is a performance art in which participants wear costumes to represent a specific character or idea and often interact in groups to create a subculture based on role-play. I searched the web for Kigurumi mask makers and the faces that appealed to me the most come from a cosplayer in Russia. I’ve created a group of characters based on his masks. I’ve dressed them, posed them, dyed their hair and let them develop personalities, gestures and tics based on the models who inhabit them. I perceive them as making an effort to reveal themselves to me and that is what I’ve been trying to record. Some of my cosplayers are men and some are women but they all portray female characters. I try to explore the psychological subtexts of beauty, identity and persona surrounding the assembled Dollers. At first I dressed them only in fetish latex, which seemed both doll-like and right for their identities, but it soon became clear that they needed to expand their repertoire and play dress up.’
AA Bronson Voodoo Doll, 2013
‘These two unique Voodoo dolls are representations of AA Bronson and his husband Mark Jan Krayenhoff van de Leur by Finnish artist Reima Hirvonen. AA Bronson’s doll is constructed from his own Pucci underwear and decorated with ballpoint pen. Hidden inside are human hair, sage, turquoise, and semen. Mark Jan Krayenhoff van de Leur’s doll is also made of his underwear, and includes human hair, a dzi stone with 21 eyes, tobacco, sage, semen, and is decorated with multiple faces in ballpoint pen. Both dolls feature male genitals made of fabric.’
Robert Moore Doll 1, 2010
Acrylic on canvas
Destiny Deacon Axed, 1994 – 2003
‘Axed, in which a decapitated baby doll lies next to a hatchet on a bare and grimy wooden floor, looks like a child’s mock-up of a grisly crime scene. Deacon’s use of what she refers to as ‘bad photography’ is a political strategy rooted in her identification with the urban Aboriginal community of inner Melbourne and pitched against the polished aesthetics associated with white middle-class privilege.’
Silvia B Hero, 2008
mixed media on synthetic material, glass eyes, synthetic hair, eyelashes, bandage, underwear, 3-piece suit, pocket square, nylon gloves, leather shoes, ‘golden’ jewellery and sunglasses, lollypop stick, on winners podium
Richard Jackson The Copy Room, 2014
‘Here, a “fantasy female office worker” rides a photocopier, in what the artist sees an inevitable result of life in a “capitalist work environment”.’
Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys Flap and Flop, 2019
‘Flap and Flop are two comedians from Bilzen, a village in Limburg. Flap and Flop’s jokes are so bad that no one wants to hear them. If Flap tells a joke, only Flop laughs, and vice versa. They travel from village to village in their cart. Sometimes Flop stands on the cart, and sometimes Flap. They go to the places where there are fairs and markets, and try to draw people’s attention by singing loudly or shouting jokes. However, they are always chased away and have mud and stones thrown at them. Once Flap and Flop had the idea of making a big trip to Spain. They were going to go by train, but they didn’t get further than the station of L. They spent half their money in a café next to the station celebrating their departure. When they finally went to set off, they were so drunk they couldn’t read the departure board at the station. So they didn’t go.’
Sawako Goda Doll, 1972
oil on canvas laid on panel
Jean-Luc Moulène Clearly, 2022
‘Thinking about the baby doll as a very complex object in terms of psychological, psychoanalytical efficiency, I was thinking, yes, but the material problem is that the doll is made of plastic. So I told myself, since it’s made of plastic, let’s ennoble it! And to ennoble it, I altered it with a bronze element. How many times have we seen works such as skeletons made of glass, a plastic chair made of wood, etc. – the silly standards of contemporary art! Here there are two chosen materials. I did not make the doll exclusively out of bronze. Basically, what I did is upgrade things for the realm of collecting, while maintaining these spaces for projection. One can still dress the doll, one may still style her, etc. And this is why I used a Petitcollin model, which is a French, upper class brand created in the 1950s. It is still produced today. So, when I speak about projection, the doll exists with blue eyes, as well as with brown eyes. But the version with blue eyes is sold out! I can’t find it anywhere… This particular has blue eyes. I’m convinced that in terms of the purchase decision, it changes things significantly.’
Cécile Plaisance Lens Series, 2014 – 2017
‘Cécile Plaisance uses a technique of lenticular developing, super imposing images which creates an image of Barbie from a functional role to undress.’
James Bond Girl, 2014
Angelina Gun, 2014
Bubble Bath, 2015
Kiss Ken, 2016
Jimi Hendrix, 2016
Yayoi Kusama Untitled, 1966
‘I would cover a canvas with nets then continue painting them on the table, on the floor, on dolls, on mannequins and finally on my own body. As I repeated this process over and over again, the nets began to expand to infinity. I forgot about myself as they enveloped me, clinging to my arms and legs and clothes and filling the entire room.’
Heather Benning Doll House, 2005 – 2013
‘In 2005, Canadian artist Heather Benning discovered an abandoned Saskatchewan farmhouse, which she felt resembled the outside of an old dollhouse. Inspired by the building itself, Benning spent the next 18 months transforming the idle farmhouse into a child’s dollhouse reminiscent of the late 1960s. In 2013, when the building’s foundation began to become unsound, Benning took precautionary measures in setting the building ablaze, destroying the living relic.’
Eleanor Antin The Adventures of a Nurse, 1976
‘Playing with cliched feminine personae, Eleanor Antin in The Adventures of a Nurse manipulates cut-out paper dolls to tell the story of innocent Nurse Eleanor who meets one gorgeous, intriguing, and available man after another. Nurse Eleanor is the fantasy creation of Antin, who is costumed as a nurse. Staged on a bedspread and acted by a cast of one, The Adventures of a Nurse moves through successive layers of irony to unravel a childlike, self-enclosed fantasy of a young woman’s life.’
Hans Bellmer The Doll, 1934
‘Bellmer created his first doll in 1933, which he christened Die Puppe. Several significant events coalesced to be the force behind her creation, including, but not limited to, the aforementioned displacement theory. Bellmer had recently met his flirtatious fifteen-year-old cousin, Ursula, from whom he had to resist the whirlwind of attraction and infatuation that overtook his being. The Nazi’s fascist regime had also swept relentlessly over the country, and Bellmer, who was at the time working as a graphic designer, made a conscious decision not to create anything that could be used by the great propaganda machine. The other, perhaps lesser-known factor, that may have very well influenced the doll’s creation, has been widely surmised to have stemmed from Bellmer viewing a performance of Jacques Offenbach’s opéra fantastique, The Tales of Hoffman, in which the protagonist tells of a young man who has been severely mistreated by his father and falls deeply in love with a mechanical doll named Olympia.’
p.s. Hey. ** Dominik, Hi!!! Good, love did double duty. What do you need him for next? The post production costs are currently being calculated, so love is still at work. But the meeting was good, and we met with the set photographer who showed us the proof sheets, and a lot of her photos are fantastic, yay. Love is more than welcome to my couch, but it’s not very comfy. Love turning anyone you want into a talking doll and FedExing it to you, G. ** Tea, Hi, Tea! Nice to see you. Oh, wow, LA recs. Of course it depends on your fetishes, but Museum of Jurassic Technology (as Mark also recommended to you), eating something at Poquito Mas and/or Mixto, the Graveline Tour, Disneyland, the Magic Castle, … let me think further since you’re not going for a while and LA is huge. Awesome! ** Mark, Thanks for recommending MoJT. Greatest thing in all of LA, if you ask me. And hi! ** David Ehrenstein, In my feed it was about 50/50 Anger and Turner mourning, and in fact it still is as of this morning. ** Misanthrope, Ah, but that sounds like a nice company. Although it might just be the nice name. Wow, best amph. in the USA. Better than the Hollywood Bowl (where I saw my very first live concert: The Monkees)! The blog is chuffed to have assisted you. I read with Mary once, and I met her twice, and she wasn’t unfriendly, but she was pretty distant and cold, but I thought she was probably like that with everyone, ha ha. She was, yes, sucked into that debacle as well, yes. I think she’s a better short fiction writer than a novelist. ** Cody Goodnight, Hi, Cody. I’m … let me think … fine. ‘Inauguration’ is one of my all-time favorite films. Just don’t watch Anger’s later films, from ’99 onwards. They’re shockingly terrible. Day 2 sounds jam packed. How much longer are you there? I think NO is supposed to have some pretty cool graveyards. (The only time I was there I just drove through it without getting out my car, unfortunately). ** Jack Skelley, Dear apparent blog reader. Give my thanks to that helpful gummy. Do they make figurative Haribo-style gummies? Surely. If I was an Influencer, I’d be rich, wouldn’t I? Maybe make a secret arrangement with Benjamin to physically twist her arm? Or, wait, don’t. Yours, Filler-In of this Blank. ** A, So, guess what. I saw Zac, and I now have the ARC. I’ll start reading t as soon as I can, but I’m film-swamped so it may take a little bit. Mission Part 1 accomplished. But please don’t ask me every day if I’ve finished it or when I will, okay, ha ha? I’ll let you know when Mission Part 2 is accomplished. The money you sent to Stefan helped very much, thank you. I’ll take your word for it on ‘The Little Mermaid’. Kabbalah all nighter: what does that mean? I don’t know anything about that stuff. ** _Black_Acrylic, My pleasure, natch. Walking by ponds sounds very nice. I don’t we have ponds here. Oh, wait, there’s one, although I think they try to foist it off as a lake. So French. ** Nick., Hi! There you go! Whoop! Cool, now you just have to act chill around him and make sure you often end up sitting on some comfy couch in an otherwise deserted apartment watching Netflix or something. Fingers very crossed, in other words. Insanity can be a useful ingredient, but yeah, you gotta keep it at least a little locked up. Wild and crazy … hm. Well, one time I took LSD and thought I had figured out the answer to all of my problems and wrote down the answer, and when I sobered up and looked at what I wrote, and I’d written ‘Orange’. See you ASAP. ** scunnard, No doubt I will. ** Minet, The guy who does Altered Innocence used to be a daily commenter on my blog for years. Frank Jaffe: awesome guy. Okay, I have to figure out how to get to Rio. I’ll start thinking that out. Thank you! And my Paris tour guide services are at the ready for you when you need them. I think at least one of my books was translated in Portuguese, but … hm, maybe not. I just checked online and it said ‘The Sluts’ was translated into Portuguese, but I couldn’t find anything about the actual book, so maybe it wasn’t. Obviously I’d love my stuff to be translated into Portuguese, but those decisions are way out my hands, of course. I just went to Paris’s greatest bookstore After8 yesterday, but today I’m going to go around looking at art in galleries and a museum with Zac, so hopefully I’ll have gotten out and about by tomorrow. What did today gift you with? ** T, Cool! A convert. I’m going to write to you today. More than one grumpy Parisian at a time sounds like a very scary proposition. I hope that thing moved. Well, it must have by now, unless you had to be rescued and walk to the daylight through the tunnels, which actually sounds pretty fun is smelly? ** Steve Erickson, Ah, okay, about Staples. All the ones I knew in LA closed down, so I just thought they were one of the goners. Haven’t seen ‘Unrest’, no. It sounds worth seeing from your descript, so I’ll see what I can find. Thanks. I don’t think Ferrara’s films get much of a release here either. ** Telly, Hi. The blog can be weird with comments sometimes. Usually if the problem is too many links in a comment, it puts the comment on hold and asks me privately if I will allow it, but I got no notice re: yours. Send me those missing links if you want, and I’ll dig in. I’ll try to make sure TavernAI is clean before I download it. My virus protection can be pretty spotty. Gosh, don’t feel weird about alerting people to your work. It’s de rigeur. I absolutely loved ‘Afraid Himself to Be’. I love how you draw, and the whole comic, words and imagery, is just finessed and so graceful start to finish. Nice! Thank you! I’m definitely a ‘120 Days’ guy when it comes to Sade. I read that when I was fifteen, and it changed my life, and you will have no problem understanding when you read it, ha ha. Have a day of at 90% pure excellence. ** Bill, Hi, B! So it’s bearish work that’s been keeping you IRL. Glad about the easing. Oh, right, ha ha, that voice over in ‘Downtown ’81’. It’s like an avalanche. ** Okay. Today I picked the thematic ‘doll’ and ran with it for better or worse. See you tomorrow.
I’m surprised you’ve never dated a guy who was into Aleister Crowley or the ‘occult’ dark-arts. Kabbalah is an ancient form of occultism/spirituality, and it was an all-nighter holiday where we had to stay up studying ancient texts. OH MY GOD!!! YOU HAVE the ARC!! I’M FREE FROM THE CHAINS. Huge weight off of me. THANK YOU ZAC x 5 billion hearts. Of course, I’m not going to follow up with you everyday. ! I trust you enough to remember about it, now that it’s in the house and I respect you get to it, when you get to it. I was only this unhinged on Level 1. I feel like the Ocarina scene of when Link opens a treasure chest. Enjoy the film editing vortex!!I appreciate it so much. Happy Stefan $ helped. Hope to send more. YAY – I think my book goes to print in mid-June, so for my vision of it being on the back cover, so if something comes in before then great, but if not, even anytime this summer, I’ll just add to the Simon&Schuster sales online metadata. Anyways, King Kong team was asking about your shoot with Zac in Paris, so we gotta figure that out as well… Keep me posted. GOODNIGHT.
Dennis, The Monkees! I used to watch their show when I was little and I’d have dreams that I was on the show and in the band. Frankly, I think I probably had a crush on Davy Jones (and probably Peter Tork too, eek). Highly underrated band, imo. Though I do love Bernard’s story of running over Davy in an airport.
I did like Mary’s novels all right. There were points where they were a bit of a slog, but overall, they were good and I liked them. Hey, you can’t win ’em all. 😀
It’s Memorial Day weekend here, which means…three days off for me. Though our Commissioner said this is time to reflect on the sacrifices of those who gave their all in service to our country. Yawn. I’ll be doing other stuff. 😀
I’ve gotten back to my guitar. I decided to just start over from the beginning. I’m going to take my time and go about it in a very measured manner. Ace one thing before moving on to the next. Etc. I want to be able to play an instrument competently before I die…next year. Hehehe. I can’t help but add that anymore. I mean, hell, who knows, right? And maybe it’ll stave off what Joyce called the secret cause a bit longer than it should. 😉
Hope your weekend’s great.
Oh, and yes, I did go over the post today. I really liked the life-size paper dolls for some reason.
Dolls are really having their moment right now, what with the new Barbie film on its way. Meanwhile, Meghan is my choice all day long.
Leeds United only have 1 game left and that is on Sunday. My brother Nick says he has given up on football altogether. The season has been a disaster with 3 different managers taking the reins, and the genius Marcelo Bielsa just a distant memory. Relegation to the Championship seems nailed on but hey, we’ll support them ever more.
Rather odd to “Mourn” Kenneth Anger — a being so comforting in Death his entire life
I have so many questions about some of these dolls. Hans Bellmer’s piece is fantastic, though.
Hmm. Anita and I are going to Vienna next week to sign the contract, so if love could make sure everything goes smoothly – that’d be lovely. What about you? What do you need him for next?
Okay, this sounds very promising so far! It must’ve been amazing to see the proof sheets! I hope love comes up with manageable post-production costs as well.
I’d like to have ImBack from last month’s slave post turned into a talking doll and FedExed to me, thank you very much, love. Love giving you a working voodoo doll of whomever you want, Od.
I can’t think about dolls in art without thinking about Henry Darger. http://officialhenrydarger.com/about/ I went to art school in Chicago the late 1980s when his work was really gaining visibility and I remember all the art student creating a run on baby and Barbie dolls at all of the thrift stores.
Been thinking two things today (1) Mary Gaitskill really dissed you? On what grounds? haha. That’s crazy. (2) My Loose Thread has never got the props it deserves and it bothers me deeply. It should have been huge. I think i might write something about it but I lent my copy to someone so i’ll need to get another one. If someone were to release that no
Maybe itll have some weird tic-toc moment and you’ll end up on every best seller list. Also its original cover, the sue de beer one, is my favourite book cover of all time.
anyway, I’m sick again. It’s been a year of sickness it feels like.
Hope you’re well man
My Loose Thread is possibly my favorite DC novel– I really felt that one. What is it about it that ‘spoke’ to you, if you don’t mind me asking? -k
P.S. I’m sorry you’ve been sick. Really. For that, you may take up one extra bad habit (not extra as in quality, but extra as in quantity. We want justice, not entropy…:).
Eeeucchh I wrote this comment after the 5 Books post and now I see I posted it on the wrong Day so you didn’t see it. I was as follows:
It’s true, I didn’t say hi, but that was because I psychically intuited that today would be a big day for me and I was saving up.
Actually, I got stuck trying to find my comment from early May and then trying to catch up a bit on the blog (and blogster) and then it was late and I . . . zzzz.
But I am beyond thrilled with today. I’m glad and grateful that you are a Doug Lang reader; I read just about everything available in the months after his death, and it was a good experience.
And super thrilled to see the work of Ange, mon semblable (OK, that’s a stretch), mon frère. This is a talented and deep fellow. I hope the California trip was good for him (sounds like it) and everyone.
I’m glad you keep posting about the interesting writers out there. Even if I don’t find time to read a lot. Someone (a writer) asked me this week if there were books I couldn’t reread because they’d make me feel inadequate, and my first thought is always “All of them.” Then I had a couple of deep talks with people and they said, actually, they want to see what I write. So back and forth between those poles, or polls.
I’m actually having fun with writing but for a few days putting things aside to prepare a couple conference presentations. I’ll be in Oregon for that in June, then UK in July for a family trip. But . . . it’s awkward, having a partner, you know, we plan things together and my position “I want to travel “clashes with his default “let’s not spend money, don’t go away position.” (It’s stuff we can afford, too, and I don’t want to wait till I can’t walk all over a city.)
So Paris sometime, don’t know when. December-January could be interesting. See you one way or another. Thanks for the poetry. XO
Thanks a billion for the recommendations to you and Mark both (hopefully he sees this). MoJT looks amazing, I hadn’t heard of it before, and it’s right up my alley. I’m not opposed to Disneyland but my partner says no, so that’s out of my hands, sorry… I had a feeling you’d suggest Disneyland. I’m going for a concert, it was kind of a crazy impulse decision. We’ll see how that goes.
Hi! You were right about asap and omg yes That’s the dream scenario which I hope we all cross our fingers for happening soon! I don’t know I think about him sometimes instead of all the time like all the other ones like hum I’m actually sort of dying to get the chance to see you again and I sort of know you like me enough even consider the possibility sex and we have so much in common blah blah it’s a wildly simple interaction to have with someone but it’s a real rarity and I’m glad it’s not all the time like all the other ones so I think that’s a positive difference. I got great you’re a hottie news on my physical appearance from one of my friends today and I’m typing this in a another’s basement where we’re smoking weed and being goofy I like won’t complain cause I can’t. And hum I think orange is like the perfect thing to see when you sober up kind of like proof you actually solved something somehow to me at least. Hope your well and talk soon! Last story I asked for was wild and crazy so what about sweet and sort of spicy this time? Oh are you listening to any music you’d recommend I’ll like find a song that sorta makes me think of boy but not to much seems fair.
Hi! You were right about asap and omg yes That’s the dream scenario which I hope we all cross our fingers for happening soon! I don’t know I think about him sometimes instead of all the time like all the other ones like hum I’m actually sort of dying to get the chance to see you again and I sort of know you like me enough even consider the possibility sex and we have so much in common blah blah it’s a wildly simple interaction to have with someone but it’s a real rarity and I’m glad it’s not all the time like all the other ones so I think that’s a positive difference. I got great you’re a hottie news on my physical appearance from one of my friends today and I’m typing this in a another’s basement where we’re smoking weed and being goofy I like won’t complain cause I can’t.
Hi! You were right about asap and omg yes That’s the dream scenario which I hope we all cross our fingers for happening soon! I don’t know I think about him sometimes instead of all the time like all the other ones like hum I’m actually sort of dying to get the chance to see you again and I sort of know you like me enough even consider the possibility sex and we have so much in common blah blah it’s a wildly simple interaction to have with someone but it’s a real rarity and I’m glad it’s not all the time like all the other ones so I think that’s a positive difference.
. Hi! You were right about asap and omg yes That’s the dream scenario which I hope we all cross our fingers for happening soon! I don’t know I think about him sometimes instead of all the time like all the other ones like hum I’m actually sort of dying to get the chance to see you again and I sort of know you like me enough even consider the possibility sex and we have so much in common blah blah it’s a wildly simple interaction to have with someone but it’s a real rarity and I’m glad it’s not all the time like all the other ones so I think that’s a positive difference.
I got great you’re a hottie news on my physical appearance from one of my friends today and I’m typing this in a another’s basement where we’re smoking weed and being goofy I like won’t complain cause I can’t. And hum I think orange is like the perfect thing to see when you sober up kind of like proof you actually solved something somehow to me at least. Hope your well and talk soon! Last story I asked for was wild and crazy so what about sweet and sort of spicy this time? Oh are you listening to any music you’d recommend I’ll like find a song that sorta makes me think of boy but not to much seems fair.
Omfg so sorry the blog was broken on my phone and I couldn’t tell if my comments were posting sorry all!