Turd Ferguson wrote:Ewwww, your neighborhood sucks. I figured you just lived in the egg shaped building
Yeah, sucks to the tune of a couple of mil or more per house and flat... applies to every building you can see in that image, and beyond. The bubble is my contingency plan.. just in case.
If you imagine the worst case scenario.. and every scenario inbetween.. then you will be mentally prepared for any of those scenarios on that scale happening, and be able to cope instead of crumble. I like my crumble on cooked fruit, baked in the oven, and served with custard, and not in my mind.
If ever that day comes.. at the bubble party I would throw, I will have bubble machines, and serve bubbletea cocktails, and display my bubble art on the curved bubble walls. Shit! I was obsessed with bubbles and their form during my A-levels in my late teens... a sign of things to come?
My fellow students would ask me what they represented and why, but I had no difinitive answer, as they simply came to mind.. and I became obsessed by their form and gradient-inducing spherical curve. Same went for the form of clouds.. the nuances within.
I also acquired a penchant for creating 3D sculptures in paper card and perspex.. around the same time, then recreating those objects in a 2D representation in the form of a drawing.. using a medium of choice dependent on mood, and I had
considered then turning those drawings back into a 3D object.. but those already existed from the initial concept, so I left that idea down to being a pointless waste of time. But I digress.
Buy raw, unpasturized honey. Small doses. Very small in the beginning. Increase over time.
...can't have honey, it has pollen in it. I would get ill/produce histamine/start a chain-reaction in me leading to a downhill slope.. probably straight into the bubble... a one-way ticket to spherical confinement, and surrounding myself by all things spherical.