I like being scruffy. Impeccably scraggly. I know we should all want to look professional and clean but I love it when my jeans are shredded, my T-shirts are multi coloured swirls and my sneakers are ragged.
I like my long hair. I like having a beard. Hopefully they will come together one day.
I really (really, really) like the girl who works at Waterstones. I might even love her. I remember her once handing me a leaflet and saying “I remember you” and smiling. It was the only moment we were alone. I should have said something. If I see her again I’ll say hi. Something might happen.
Uploaded by user AbstractNumbers.
I like my friends. I like talking with them, having tea with them, doing lots of things with them. You all make my life better. Thank you.
I don’t like how I don’t tell people how much they mean to me. Or I don’t tell them my feelings for them. If any of my friends read this I love you. Truly I love you. Thank you all for everything.
I wish I was more open with my feelings. Things build up that shouldn’t. But I’m getting better at it.
I wish I could tell people that I like them. I both envy and admire people who can. Something scares me but it’s not rejection. I expect that. I should stop thinking like that.
I like wearing my hat. It is like Kyle Broflovski’s. Therefore it is awesome. I like wearing my hood. It is like Kenny McCormick’s. It means I can play air guitar on the street and people have no idea who I am.
I like the Grateful Dead. They make me impossibly happy. I like Explosions in the Sky. They make me believe everything will work out. I like Funkadelic. Funk on Eddie Hazel. I like Motoharu Yoshizawa. Even though hardly anyone knows who he was he was a genius.
Uploaded by user 898106.
I like the New Orleans Saints. They helped me through a bad time. I needed that.
I get too into sports (read: American Football.) I should stop that. I have gotten a lot better with this.
I like writing. It saves me every day. I like going to far off lands and surreal visions. Its fun.
I like playing with plasticine. It’s fun to make tangible things.
I like the way it feels when you take your socks off under the covers.
I don’t like phones. This includes owning, answering and ringing them.
I don’t like how I waste time on useless stuff. Should stop that.
I like how big things don’t bother me. I don’t like how little things bother me.
I like snow and autumn leaves under my feet. They crunch wonderfully.
I like Julio Cortazar for being the best writer ever. I like Richard Brautigan. Trout have never been so awesome.
I like Calvin and Hobbes. For making me laugh. For Spaceman Spiff. For stuffed tigers. And for making me think of so many things.
I like reading poetry. I read some of mine once. I haven’t done it since. I might do it again. maybe.
I like Meng Hao-jan. His poetry inspires me. He gave me a pen name.
I like being quiet and shy.
I don’t like being too shy. It happens on a somewhat regular basis. I struggle to get better with this.
I like being anonymous. But I like talking to people (that I like). It’s a balancing act.
I don’t like having photo’s taken of me. There aren’t many in existence. Think it’s because I like my anonymity. If I wore a wizard hat things might change.
I don’t like loneliness. But I like solitude.
I like walking. Things become clearer. In the midst of trees and birds the mind drifts.
I like Naive. Super. I always feel like there’s someone out there like me.
I don’t like being upset. Or people being upset. That’s not nice. I like (trying) to cheer people up. Awesome puppy always helps.
I like looking at pictures of space. At once I feel small and part of something special. Also, pretty colours.
I like spiders. I don’t know why people don’t like spiders. They just want a hug.
I wish I could dance.
I never stopped liking dinosaurs and by extension Godzilla (and Mothra). I always root for the monster in films.
I wish I could be a Zen Buddhist. It’s the only thing that makes sense. I probably could do it. Needs more application. Lots more.
I don’t like my pessimism. But it stops me from being let down.
I may actually be good but I doubt it sometimes. I getting better at this, bit by bit. Its gotten a lot better actually.
I take purposefully longer walks to finish good songs. Grateful Dead walks cross time and space.
I like the night. I feel better then for some reason. More creative I guess.
I like walking through a city at night. Fog just makes it better.
I like staying up all night writing. My brain works better late on.
Sometimes I feel lonely. Then I think of her and it goes away. So long lonesome.
Uploaded by user Laerthor.
Wanted to try something different.