Tuesday, October 09, 2007

A LITTLE SOMETHING THAT MIGHT BECOME SOMETHING ELSE, OR ACTUALLY, STAY THE SAME BUT BE PART OF SOMETHING LARGER

I have always enjoyed Pall Mall cigarettes. When I do something that I am really proud of, I reward myself with one or two Pall Mall cigarettes. No one understands the pleasure of smooth smoking like the Pall Mall cigarette company. Although I would have to say that Bosco understands how delicious chocolate milk can be as well as Pall Mall understands that the greater length of fine tobacco travels, the the more the cigarette naturally filters the harsh tobacco to give you a smooth, mild smoke. Now you can imitate Pall Mall cigarettes, or Bosco, or Richard Nixon, or Leon Trotsky, or Hopalong Cassidy or a dead Indian with an arrow in his stomach, but all you are really doing is imitating these refreshing products and historical and fictional characters and nothing more. No matter how hard you try, you can never be a Pall Mall cigarette. Or a glass of cold, refreshing Bosco. Although taller people tend to be smoother, like Pall Mall cigarettes, and silky, smooth woman with red lipstick who drink whiskey taste delicious, like Bosco. But this is only a pale imitation, and a comparsion that is best to forget. As for the rest, I would prefer to focus on the smooth taste of Pall Mall cigarettes and the delicious refreshment of Bosco chocolate milk, rather than real mortals and the terrible things that happen to them.

all artwork, including monsters but not old timey photographs,
® mr. crispy flotilla, 2007

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