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5th-Feb-2010 10:41 am - Writer's Block: It wasn't me.
dylan bright
Did you ever do anything in your youth that you lived to regret? Do you think you ultimately learned from it or do you wish you could go back in time and do it over?

dating ass-holes while i had the perfect person right next to me the whole fucking time -___-
but was too coked up/stoned to realize it.

both the whore-ness-ness and the coke are things i regret, but if i were to go back in time, i'd re-do the first and just do LESS of the second.
I think it would have made me a very different person, if i were to go back and just NOT do all the drugs. 
2nd-Feb-2010 07:06 am - plastic arts work no. 1 :) books.
dylan bright
Whether we may be familiar with it or not, we all know that the literary world draws from our own and combines with author’s and reader’s imagination to create something. Real or imaginary, that something will take on a personality, it will live and feel and do whatever the author thinks it should. What I have attempted to recreate is just that. A character, a person, so real to the reader that it comes to life and struggles to free itself from its tightly bound cover. A cover stained with the passions and lives of those who have dared to open it and discover the magic that is held within. This character, built, both by me and the author, out of words, out of lines from all over the book, can only be released to those who let loose its knot, open up the cover, read and discover. Along with this magical character, there are also tiny words trying to free themselves as well, these represent the single ideas, images or quotes that reach recognition and grow to represent the author or work to the world.

FRENCH:  (possibly horribly written) 
Si nous pouvons le connaître ou pas, tous savons que le monde littéraire dessine de notre propre et combine avec l'imagination de l'auteur et lecteur pour créer quelque chose. Vrai ou imaginaire, que quelque chose prendra une personnalité, il vivra et se sentira et fera quoi que l'auteur pense qu'il doit. Que j'ai tenté de recréer est juste cela. Un caractère, une personne, donc vrai au lecteur qu'il anime de le et les luttes pour lui-même se libérer de sa solidement couverture de limite. Une couverture a taché avec les passions et les vies de ceux qui a osé l'ouvrir et découvre la magie qui est dedans tenu. Ce caractère, construit, par moi et l'auteur, des mots, des lignes de, seulement peut être partout relâché dans le livre à ceux qui laissent détaché son noeud, ouvrir la couverture, lire et découvrir. Avec ce caractère magique, il y a d'aussi petits mot essayant de libérer aussi, ceux-ci représentent les idées seules, les images ou cite cette reconnaissance de portée et grandit pour représenter l'auteur ou le travail au monde.


I really loved the idea and everything was amazing when i started, the hand was looking great, very real, epic. 
then idk, the next day i saw it, and instantly hated it, what was at one point going to be animals coming out as well, turned into blood and bits of paper. 
It was hard trying to write about it, i don't see what i claim to see, not anymore i do.
I hate it, but i don't have the time  nor energy to do something else.
I hope it's alright. I mean, there are ppl doing really shit things but they love what they've made.

1st-Feb-2010 08:50 am(no subject)
dylan bright
 i could go to the Louvre today, or any museum for that matter. I have time, but i don't feel like it.
I feel sick, and tired, and i just want to curl up and watch a movie, then take a nice long nap.

And i want some ice-cream. Which i just might walk a block to go get. 
Raspberry sorbet and mint cookie dough solve every problem on earth.
1st-Feb-2010 07:47 am - Writer's Block: Game dream believer
dylan bright
If you could wake up and spend 24 hours in an online game with any weapons/powers, would you do it? If so, what type of game would you choose, and why?

the last time i had acid, i spent like 6 hours trapped inside Rainbow Six-vegas, while it rained, and the headless clown thing from cirque de solei was chasing me. :(

soooo, after that, i don't think i'd want to be anywhere....xept maybe like, idk, guitar hero.....lol.
31st-Jan-2010 03:34 pm(no subject)
dylan bright
“Our battered suitcases were piled on the sidewalk again; we had longer ways to go. But no matter, the road is life.” – Jack Kerouac

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Kerouac is my new hero. 

“Your true traveler finds boredom rather agreeable than painful. It is the symbol of his liberty-his excessive freedom. He accepts his boredom, when it comes, not merely philosophically, but almost with pleasure.” – Aldous Huxley

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain

"There are no foreign lands. It is the traveler only who is foreign.” – Robert Louis Stevenson
30th-Jan-2010 04:16 am - Writer's Block: Killer tomatoes
dylan bright
What's your favorite cult film of all time, and why? What are the essential ingredients for a cult classic?

of ALL time?
that's so hard.

there are so many epic movies,
pulp fiction, donnie darko, memento, RHPS, fight club, the matrix, clerks, spinal tap, hitchhicker's guide, heathers, reservoir dogs, and it goes on and on.

I guess i don't have a favorite cult movie.
Although i was obsessed with Fight Club for a long long time, and i've watched memento a zillion times, i've even watched a cut and re-ordered version, XD. 

i guess i'd have to say either club or memento.

but i love all of them, and each is special and amazing for it's own thing.
24th-Jan-2010 03:51 pm(no subject)
dylan bright


dylan bright
What's the most unusual food you have ever eaten? Have you ever consumed anything without knowing precisely what it was and gotten sick when you found out?

well, i've eaten lots of things other people might find weird, but to me, they are good and like, normal.

like anticuchos, which are cow heart kabobs marinated in aji and grilled. sooooo yummmyyy. 
and cuye, which is guinea pig. I don't eat it when the head is still attached, which is how it is usually served, but its yummy when they serve just the meat without the head and tail (although you still have to pick through the bones).
Also, frog legs, which are yummy :-P
and snails, which are alright, it depends how they are cooked, like the ones with parsley are yummy, but the ones with oil and garlic aren't that good.
ummm, other weird peruvian food, like ceviche, which is raw fish with lemon, and onions and spicy stuff.
its so normal to me, i don't even realize it sometimes.
cow stomach???
i personally don't like it, but my mom loves it. we have some at home all the time.

OH and llama? is that weird?
llama meat?
its good.

and idk.
weird french food, too.
lots of raw steak, its yummy, but only when fresh.
and stuff like that.

i just like eating
17th-Jan-2010 02:35 pm - here comes the moment of TRUTH
dylan bright
school starts tomorrow.
for me anyway.

here comes the moment of truth.

i'm not one know for making good first impressions, but i do adapt well. I hope i don't come off as crazy or nerd-ish or anything that would prevent my party-going in the future.

wish me luck please please please
dylan bright
 this stupid person, from naturesbeauty, always posts very annoying boxes, always exceeding the normal box sizes, and i mean by like A LOT.
It is always the same person, who keeps on doing it....andthe worst part, her picture suck most of the time -_______- blurry ass shitttttttt. learn to use MACROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. 

i'm just fed up.
They take my page and make it a messss, everything gets shifted out of place and i can't see half of everyone's entries, its stupid.
soooo, i've decided to just delete the whole damn thing. No more naturesbeauty.

fuck youuuu krititi or however the fuck you spell ittttttttttttt.

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