Flush it Friday: Stickmen and Self-Improvement
Good afternoon bowl-dwellers!
It’s good to see you all again. Where have I been? Why, I’m so glad you asked! I’ve just graduated college and spent most of my time over the last couple months stressing about working on my senior paper. But now that that’s all out of the way, let’s talk about something that really matters.
Drawing stick figures in class.
Renowned owl Rolderathis and I were talking just this morning about the kind of doodles that seem to come so naturally to members of the male sex: epic battle scenes filled with stick figures. Whether they be bold knights, brave infantrymen, or battle-hardened futuristic fighters, they always appear on a sheet of notebook paper armed to the teeth with swords, guns, laser blasters, or hand grenades.
I guess some things never change.
But do you know what does change, dear reader?
We grow. We improve. We develop. And we should always be on the lookout for opportunities to do so. One of my fatal flaws is that I’m terribly afraid of doing new things. I always manage to talk myself out of trying new hobbies that look interesting to me because I’m afraid I’ll be no good at it. And that’s a habit I’d really like to break. So if you’re like me and have a thing (painting) that you want to try but keep talking yourself out of, go for it! As Jake from Adventure Time once said “Sucking at something is the first step towards being sorta good at something.” Truly one of the wisest yellowish-orange shapeshifting dogs I’ve ever seen.
But enough of all of that! We’ve got some flushing to do!
First off, if you’re looking to rep the porcelain pooper, we’ve got shirts coming! Make sure you pre-order before December 20th or your (Christmas) goose is cooked!
The brave bowl boys have cooked up their year-end lists of captivating cacophonies. Be sure to take a look through these LISTMANIA 2K23 posts!
Joe TnK and 365 listen to some decent music for a change on this week’s Toilet Radio:
Professor Guanaco gave us a rundown of her favorite South American metal albums she discovered this year:
And finally, if for whatever reason you need more 365 in your life, check out his premier of the new Sulfuric Hatred:
Thanks for sticking around, Toileteers. Don’t forget to sound off on those G/B/Us!
Good: I graduated college.
Bad: My headset is on the fritz.
Ugly: I found out about three days before my senior paper was due that I would have to rewrite it almost entirely. But we got there, dear reader. We got there.