Howdy Scribes, welcome to the thirty-seventh creative prompt of HACK. If you’ve made it this far, I hope you got some of it in writing.
This week, I’m on vacation. Yes, that’s right. After three years of living and working in North fucking Jersey, three years of the constant, unending booolshit that is Life, I am currently idling in retirement gear at my parents’ condo near the Gulf Coast of Florida. So while I lay on the beach soaking in much needed Vitamin D and feel the hard bubbling jet of the whirlpool against my herniated disc…the warm thrust of water vibrating into miserable muscles and tingling the bones, melting away months of stress and anxiety and fear and doubt and guilt and loneliness…hard bubbles, happy bubbles…
…sorry, what was I doing? Oh, yeah… This week, we’re going deep into the recesses of my sordid and surreptitious past…
Presented for the first time on the internet, for every single user on the planet to ignore: the original un-edited remastered excerpts from my 6th grade journal. Unless you have excellent eyesight, then this piece is click as you go… If you click on a pic it opens up nice and big and you can read it clearly, or clearly read it, or steer clear of reading it. I have notoriously messy cursive, then and now, which is why I only print or type. As for the entries themselves, all I can say is that most were from prompts given by the teacher. Apparently my favorite themes were time travel, sarcasm, and delusions of grandeur. I don’t remember times being simpler back then.
You can keep acting until you get it right
you can watch it any time
ONLY have one chance
you can only watch it once
Lazer tag (with real lazers)
This is like a video game. Just buy a lazer tag set. Bring it to yours truly (me) and I will adjust it to make it real real.
The lasers will jolt you. If you get jolted five x you are knocked out temporarily. There is a sensor that tells you how many jolts more you can take. You are equipped with a 50 ft. range detector.
You can only jolt one at a time.
Towel Boy was the sexiest nerd in the sixth grade.