Wednesday, January 19, 2005

Spiffying Up The Intern Dungeon

The room where I'm stationed is very bland and boring. There are a few South Park posters, and there's a Drawn Together poster, and there's one poster for Porn'n Chicken. It's all very exciting as you can no doubt tell by the exclamation point ending this sentence!

By the by, using the word "stationed" makes me sound more professional, like I'm a peace keeper working for the U.N. Well, that's an exaggeration. Our accommodations are slightly better than that of a U.N. peace keeper's accommodations. For example, we have two buckets in which to defecate in. One for pee and one for poop. U.N. peace keepers usually only have one. Score for us.

So, I'm doing my best to spice things up in the intern dungeon, spiffy up the decorum a bit. I've added two windows to the room. One window has a view that is nice. One window has a view that is mediocre at best. But both are drawn on pieces of paper and taped to the wall.

Now, you probably want to know why I drew one window with a view that is mediocre at best, when I could have drawn them all having fantastic views. But think about that. As a realist, I know that our world isn't made up of fantastic views. Would you want to look out into your paper-window world everyday knowing that it was just one big lie?

Maybe you choose to draw paper-window worlds where people live in harmony and bathe in butterscotch waterfalls; you're quite welcome to do so. But you know what happens in my paper-window world? Babies cry, friend. That's right. Think about that while you choke down your butterscotch waterfalls.

See you Friday!


At 11:02 PM, Blogger marie said...

I wouldn't want to bathe in butterscotch waterfalls. That would be sticky. I once made a window with paper polka dot curtains and they were very nice.

At 10:36 PM, Blogger Victoria said...

Ummm... why aren't the windows transparent? Surely not even in Manhattan can the grime that's collected on one's made up windows be so thick as to not provide a view of the scenery behind, riiight? Maybe you should invest in a made up squeegee. PS - I love the brick view.

At 11:43 PM, Blogger Pink Lemonade Diva said...

I had a rotating "view" back when I had a four-walled cube. I just graduated to a window, but lucky me, it looks into the atrium in my building.

I like your blot, BTW.

At 8:42 PM, Blogger iliana... said...

Real paper windows finally!!
Hmm.. you seem to have an obsession with butterscoth waterfalls. I have one in my room.

At 8:30 PM, Blogger JNF said...

I love the view also...good luck in everything.
BTW, I'm researching the recent phenomenon of Pet you have any opinions about it? The good news is, my google ads are pretty consistent ;-)

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