Monthly Archives: November 2010
Left my famous arm
no wait. My left arm is famous.
Today, I went out to set to get the computers and animations working. But suddenly, I was told that I had to do a stand-in for an actor. So I put on his clothes, or well, they were too small, so I just put them on to half my body. Like, the clothes was just sitting normally on my left arm.
The scene was just a close up on a watch. Like, the actor had already said the “hey, what time is it” and starting to move his arm towards his face (very slow, you don’t want the actors to hurt themselves) and then, a couple of weeks later, I had to do this extremely dangerous stunt scene. After 10 takes, I think I nailed it! Yeah!
So in a while, my left arm will have a small, but important role in that movie. But please don’t ask for autographs. It’s my right arm that knows how to write.
if your photo has a lock on it – then you know you’re ugly
Yes. It’s just like that. Some people are so ugly, that they are not allowed to stay outdoors among normal looking people in broad daylight. Also, if you are this ugly, every picture you are in has to kept in a bulletproof metal box, which can only be opened by a blind guy with no fantasy.
The other day, as I entered my office, I got scared. Not because I had a giant spider on my head (well, I had. No, actually it was my estonian haircut, but it looked like a spider), but because my computer sounded WEIRD!
I bought a kick-ass computer just recently, so that I wouldn’t have any problems with my animations and other graphic stuff, but now I thought something had gone wrong with it. It sounded like…I don’t know. A mechanic elk with mechanic stomach problems. Yes, that’s it. EXACTLY like that.
But when I took a closer look, I accidentally took a look outside my window.
His job was to blow away leaves and other stuff on the ground. AND to make innocent guys with spider-haircuts really, really scared!
Damn you and your stupid blow job!