It’s Natural … Somewhere

 

When I was a kid, everything in the forest was either 50 shades of brown or 50 shades of green for most of the year.

Draw a tree!
Sure!
Brown crayon/green crayon.

Draw a flower?
Daffodil or Rose?
Yellow crayon/green crayon or red crayon/green crayon.

There are probably a lot of kids in other countries who are disappointed with their crayons.

 

note: other countries seem more colourful figuratively and littorally.

double note: some people say Canada doesn’t have culture. I say Canada has a deep and rich silvaculture: it’s pretty clear-cut.

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Today #292

Today I realized that I don’t know anyone in the North American entertainment gossip circles anymore.
My pop-culture credential has popped.

pop note: it’s not so bad. It all has to do with caring really really a little.

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3 responses to “It’s Natural … Somewhere

  1. I’m sure God only gave us colour vision so crayon manufacturers could make a buck. Otherwise all the art money would go to charcoal stick makers

  2. Thanks for the comments.

    madtante: I may run for the U.N. soon … or away from it. I’m not sure yet.

    Tony: I’d like to work in a crayon factory, but I guess they only employ people who are 2 inches tall. hee hee!

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