I have spent an inordinate amount of time trying to figure out how to make my site look the way a comedian’s website should probably look, and I think I have *officially* failed.
Here’s part of the dilemma: Theme.
Do I go “dark and world weary”? Or, do I go “happiest-go-luckiest biggest hit possible for your corporate birthday party”?
I don’t know. I’m not sold on either. They both feel cliche, but one also comes with free cake. I could use free cake. I’m hungry. Is “I’m hungry” a theme? Or.. do you just posting gossip about celebrities on the reg- and people get it?
Maybe part of the problem is a lack of content.
I’m posting this, right now, so I can say I posted something.
There was a moment, while I was doing this pointless typing, where I wasn’t sure if I was spelling furthest right. It’s been so long since I typed “furthest” that it looks wrong.
I looked it up. It’s right. But I decided I hated the sentence it was in, so now it’s gone and this conversation seems pointlessly out of place. Theme success. (It’s also possible dictionary.cambridge.org failed to convince. What do people at Cambridge know anyway? They live in Cambridgeshire. Such a stretch for a group of intellectuals)… (you’re welcome to confirm it is right, but I’m probably not going to listen to you either).
Anyway. I’ll probably take this down, cause it’s pointless, but, then again, so is everything. Or so I’ve read on bathroom stalls. The place philosophers go to find their audience.