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Paul D Robertson
Australia
Current Residence: Perth Western Australia
Favourite genre of music: passionate
Favourite photographer: bill henson
Favourite style of art: huh
Operating System: hacked
Shell of choice: CONCH!
Skin of choice: girl
Favourite cartoon character: ROGER RAMJET and what it says to kids
Personal Quote: whoever says that love isn't blind has never poked themselves in the eye with their own erectio
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Futility man sat at desk, chewing his pen. He was sitting in front of his heater and it was on high, so his toes were all toasty. The word "toasty" made him think of food all of a sudden, but as he considered (as he often did) he realised that acquiring toast would involve going to the kitchen, thus removing his toes from their present position of toastiness in order to acquire toast and, really, it just wasn't worth it.
"This may be why I'm thin," he thought.
He had had a good day.
He mused on the day and it's general goodness.
He had even, at a point early in the day's proceedings, had toast. This made him feel even better still as he remembered.
"I have already had some toast today," he thought.
"I don't really need any more then," he decided, not that he thought he had been particularly likely to get up and get any anyway.
"I'm okay for toast," he mulled the words over and took a good suck at his pen, which was pretty soggy by now, let me tell you, "for now."
Not only had he had toast, he had also managed to squeeze a nap into the days frantic inactivity. He was PRET-TY excited about that having happened, as he wasn't normally organised enough to remember how much he liked napping, though he rarely forgot how much he liked toast.
He managed to prize a bit of the pen off and chewed it, nodding. That was some tasty pen. He had a momentary quandary, soon overcome, when he espied his cigarettes and had to choose between them and his pen. He tried both momentarily, but found he wasn't getting full enjoyment from either, and left his pen carefully at the top of his keyboard. For later chewing.
"I've really given that pen a chewing that it won't soon forget, " he reflected, though there was always the problem of the damned ink stains - to think of the shirts that he'd ruined. And that awful blue ink taste, though red wasn't too bad.
Either way, it was important to remember that when this happened it was not good to talk to girls you were interested in. They tended to look at you oddly and slowly back away. This happened also with police and any members of the judiciary.
Best done only in the privacy of the futility cave. Where such actions belonged, and were accepted, even engaged in as sporting activities on festive days.
  • Listening to: me rant
  • Reading: History stuff
  • Watching: free cable
  • Playing: my guitar too much
  • Eating: nothing
  • Drinking: red cordial

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ThirteenthMonth Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2014  Student

I hope this isn't too abrupt on my part. I thought you might like this Emily Dickinson poem. Your art is exceptional. I can't think of anything of my own         to give to you, so:

 

I'm Nobody! Who are you?

Are you – Nobody – too?

Then there's a pair of us!

Don't tell! they'd advertise – you know!

 

How dreary – to be – Somebody!

How public – like a Frog –

To tell one's name – the livelong June –

To an admiring Bog!

 

 

 

 

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Tara---99 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2010
I love your work... I couldnt help but Fave nearly all your work lol... I didnt want to miss out on any :)
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cupofstars Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2009
boy o boy. Your passion and feeling really comes through in everything you have chosen to share here. I see your last visit was over a year ago. That sucks.
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S-Darcy Featured By Owner May 3, 2009
hello my friend!

congrats on making me want toast, i have no pens to chew or addictions to distract me from the need for hot hard bread. But know that i will endure it.

anyway just liek to say that ive been including women in my work also but its not as clear and vibrant as yours. Infact its abit Giger-ish. Just saying im enjoying ur passion.

xxx
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JSaurer Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2008
a fantastic gallery! I love all, the paintings and also the great fotos!
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Angellaveaux Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2008   Traditional Artist
Your sense of light SLAYS me. :worship:
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Cute-artist Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2008
Hey!! I didn't know you had a DA account!! I was just looking at your website and decided to look you up here, hope you and your lady friend are alright, see you on MSN soon?
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aaawhyme Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Why have I not seen more of your art? :/ you should be all over DA by the way you paint!
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HaiyakuCK Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2008
Your paintings are absolutely gorgeous. They have so much life in them. I'm surprised you're not more popular on DA. I love your work...
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