No. I’ve done artworks of a lot of different things. Owls, dragons, zombies, water, dancing, lettering, patterns, tigers, bears, wolves, lips, eyes, faces, money, flowers, pens, bottles, whatever. It doesn’t really matter to me. I like almost anything.
I made this promise to myself that I would be nicer to people, even though many of them don’t deserve it. But I’m doing well with it and I’m sticking to it. In completely unrelated news, my thoughts have become increasingly hateful.
I think it seems a bit sketchy, you know. Maybe it’s just me. We have this world telling us that we’re not good enough, that there is something wrong with us. Then they say that we can be fixed using therapy, medication or being shacked up in some hospital. It seems as if they’re trying to convince us to buy back our already owned efficiency.
I think it’s utter bullshit when someone starts to say things like “You don’t care about “whatever” anymore. Blah blah blah. You don’t this, you don’t that. All you ever do is whatever whatever whatever.” I mean, sometimes, their assumptions could be right. But who are they to state what someone else feels as if they’re stating a fact? You never know how a person truly feels. If you say “I feel like you don’t care about blah blah blah anymore,” that is fine. You said that you feel that way, which I don’t give a fuck about. It’s what your personal feelings are. But once it gets to the point of telling me what my own feelings are without any sort of justification, I’m done.
But graffiti is a crime. A crime, by definition is:
An action or omission that constitutes an offense that may be prosecuted by the state and is punishable by law.
And it is against the law, for some reason, whatever it may be. I’m not saying graffiti is morally wrong or that it makes sense for it to be illegal, but it is what it is and there’s no sense in trying to argue about it. If you really care about it, whether it is a crime or not should mean nothing. Just do what you do. Just kind of tired of people not understanding that graffiti is against the law. It’s part of what makes it as great as it is. If it was legal, half the people would quit, because they’d lose the sense of adrenaline that comes with doing it.
I like how you used my words to try and get some fucking chick who you think is soooo different from the rest. That was something I wrote from the heart to you because you were one of the few people who meant a lot to me. But you went and put it in some stupid poem, trying to win the girl who doesn’t even care enough to shoot you a smile or even give a reaction when you read it to her.