Russian: Самый страшный язык белого человека.
Spanish: Todos desde California dicen que hablan un poco de español.
English: Lol, what does IMO mean again…
A stranger online asks you for your email digits, what do you do?
a.) Say you have a boyfriend and digitally walk away.
b.) Look for attention by tweeting about it.
c.) Throw your phone into the Hudson, sell your computer for gold, move to the Himalayan steppe, and hope that Billy McFarland never finds you.
d.) Give them your email and except that there’s a 50/50 chance that you’re getting more spam.
Hey, I’m Chase. I write stuff.
I really love my Mom.
Screenplays are my passion.
As a child, I set an alarm on my watch so that I would have enough time to run home and watch Pokemon.
William Shakespeare is my 13th great grand uncle. I know.
One time I had drinks with the Queen of Thailand. Also, I know.
And one day, I’m going to get a Portuguese Water Dog and run and swim and frolic with it.
Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org
So, let’s talk about what’s going on down below (not in a gross way, sicko). As a word person, sometimes I see or hear words and think that humanity can do better. Like in other languages they have such specific words for specific circumstances, like in Russian, there is a single word for “crapping oneself,” why don’t we have that technology in english. So, being a nearly-direct descendent of Shakespeare, I took it upon myself to fill out the english language as he did…only my work has met a bit more rejection than his.