You would think that any male or female that’s a writer wouldn’t have any problems expressing themselves in such a way, but that’s not the case. We’re all in the same boat most of the time, just a different group of people in the boat.
Well, not all writers, but most female writers in general. The problem is, though, that there is a lot of pressure to be a certain way, and a lot of pressure to be perfect. So being too perfect can end up pissing people off. In my life, I have had a few friends who were completely perfect and one who was almost.
It seems that there are some writers who believe they can be more than perfect, and are more than willing to take the risk of being a little bit off. It’s a good thing, because if you do this too much, you can end up putting people on the spot. I’ve had to rewatch episodes of my personal favorite show, The Office, because they had this episode where the writer’s of a show are trying to make a quick joke that can’t possibly be funny.
That episode is one of my favorites in television history. It pretty much makes me say to myself, “That is an extremely risky joke.” Of course, I was right. It was funny, but I never thought I could be right.
You can be a lot of things to a lot of people, but you can’t be anything to a lot of people. Because we are all different and we all have unique personalities, we can’t all be alike. That’s why we need to stop the constant comparisons. We can call someone “chickenshit” or “cute.
We can say “I have a son who is more perfect than I am,” but we don’t really have a kid that is more perfect. We can say “I am a better mom than I am,” but we don’t really have a good mom. I know that I am not a good mom. But I can say that I am a better mom than I am.
I know that I am not a good mom. My son can be a bad mom. But, I can say that I am a better mom than I am. And that is all that really matters.
We have to stop comparing. We can’t just call someone chickenhit or cute or a little weird or something bad. We can’t stop comparing. We have to stop comparing. We have to stop comparing. We have to stop comparing. We have to stop comparing. We have to stop comparing. We have to stop comparing. We have to stop comparing. We have to stop comparing. We have to stop comparing. We have to stop comparing.
For any of you wondering how I’m not totally on cloud 9, I have just been very, very, very busy, and I still have time to be all over you (at least I think I do). So, let’s talk about my awesome life. I have been working on a new science fiction web comic for the past two weeks, and it’s being released on the web this Tuesday.
It is being released on the web, and we’re lucky enough to be sitting in the office of our friend, the writer, Dan Leinbach. Dan’s been telling us about the comic for the past year, so it should be an interesting read. In it, we will be seeing a new girl, an old girl, a new girl with the ability to levitate, and a new girl with a new girl’s abilities.