“Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.”
That of course is the famous quote from the movie “Sling Blade”, starring Dustin Hoffman.
It has its place in the movie, and overall it’s a very nice line, although I must say, highly inaccurate.
Every christmas I’ll receive a box of chocolates (or two), and before the wrapping paper’s all torn up, I’ll know exactly what flavours I’m about to experience.
So, I made some adjustments for the quote, and here they are:
“Life is like a box of chocolates. Guzzling is very often followed by nausea.”
“Life is like a box of chocolates. Nice packaging does not guarantee great taste.”
And my personal favourite:
“Life is like a box of chocolates. It’s arrival gives us pleasure and departure merely makes us hungry for more.”
All this had nothing to do with MAGEWEAVE. Because sometimes life is like a box of chocolates… Bam! And then a Jack-in-the-box springs up your face.
Just a few days ago, I discovered a YouTube channel that dealt with predicting things. And it seems like there’s a whole bunch other channels with similar content.
Does it actually work? I’ve never tried predicting the future, so let’s try it out!
I’ll try predicting some close-range stuff, so we can check how well I did – let’s say in about a month.
So, after 30 earth days:
– I’m still not quite used of seeing Jose Mourinho on the AS Roma bench
– My weight & height are about the same
– Folks still have to wear face mask in public places
– I’m starting to feel the need to see Dr. Samuel LOOMIS, I do make an appointment, feel great disappointment afterwards, not watch “The Great Escape”, but do watch “The Dirty Dozen” instead, because it has Telly Savalas
– I still hate mondays, but not as much as in 1992
– Someone famous & pretty old has passed away
– Climate change is still an issue
– I can still see my croquet set from here
I’ll see you in a month!
Yep. As the title suggests, FATHOMAL is some sad piano stuff, with some vocals joining in later.
Making of the tune consisted very much of me making layers of stuff, and then deleting it all, leaving only the bare bones intact. It was absolutely the right thing to do. The tune got way too “busy” with strings, woodwinds & whatnot.
This assembling-disassembling-thing is something I tend to do quite often. I even have a special word for this:
It’s a little hard to translate, but I shall try:
Perusmeininki (fin.) = Mundane and/or familiar action, event or mood.
Hey, that’s pretty good!
Good day. Good date. Goody Goodson.
We’ve already got several items, meant for oral consumption, in hopes that it would satisfy our foody needs.
Now we apparently also have a sub-category of delicious jammy products spelled in swedish.
Coming up – but not next: Apple!