8.08.2010

WHAT'S THE STRANGEST THING YOU'VE EVER FELT / WHAT'S THE STRONGEST THING YOU'VE EVER FELT / WHAT'S THE STRANGEST THING YOU'VE EVER FELT / WHAT'S THE STRONGEST THING YOU'VE EVER FELT / WHAT'S THE STRANGEST THING YOU'VE EVER FELT / WHAT'S THE STRONGEST THING YOU'VE EVER FELT


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Sometimes I really like those STAFF shirts. But sometimes I don’t. This is what makes me feel strange. Like do I like or don’t? Should I click like? Make a shirt about the shirts I like? Maybe I should do more research? Before you like things should you know them? Like what are they staffing? Will they build a statue of me? Do I feel more important than last week? Do you realize I stole your toothpaste? If energy is never really created or destroyed, why do we expect feelings to go any different? When you think of energy changing, do you think more of a werewolf or a costume party? Or a girl’s soccer team? Should I just ask? Do the people in the STAFF shirts feel important or helpful? Whatever they feel, aren’t they still obligated to help? Should we feel shame to want them near us? I mean, can they help me? Like right now? Who are they working for? Shouldn’t I admit the distinction between the person wearing the STAFF shirt and the shirt itself? Can I wear one? Do I turn here? Will I be on TV? Can you imagine someone being shaken as I ask these questions? Do you imagine yourself? When will I appear before everyone who knows me but whom I fail to know? Do I mean “before” or “before?” Wouldn’t it be nice to walk beside someone, khaki shorts, a dog maybe, and in silence? And the only way you know what I am thinking is by the way our hands go?

6 comments:

Tyler G said...

" If energy is never really created or destroyed, why do we expect feelings to be any different?"

Real cool stuff Mike.

DJ Berndt said...

That's a great line from a great post.

Mike Young said...

thanks dudes. i am making a lot of these, which i guess is kind of funny in relation to the grammar of the question because there should only be one strangest/one strongest, but i am finding this is not the case.

Tyler G said...

Nice. Where did that question come from? Looking forward to seeing more of them.

Mike Young said...

I made the questions up as a sort of sub-plot or something of a different project, and then they sort of became their own thing.

Tyler G said...

Real cool man. Looking forward to more.