Thanks for the fav on INKTOBER 8: Frail - Extra points for the trash can
Can you believe this? What kind of an idiot thinks it’s acceptable to compete for Arbitrary Points by wiping out pedestrians, stray pets and various innocent inanimate objects with their preferred vehicle of choice? It’s barbaric, that’s what it is. Insensitive too. But mainly, it’s woefully inefficient. Every competitor in Road Rage Bingo has their own scoring system, which ultimately leads to rampant cheating and widespread corruption within the various professional leagues. Regulations would certainly help in this regard, but at this point, that is more of a band-aid solution. If you ask me, and you should, the real future of Arbitrary Points is in the ancient sport of dry bed bog snorkelling. I know some people are going to disagree, as they heavily invest in sports like soft cheese rolling, or legless shin kicking, and they are free to think that. But just you wait and see. Snorkelling your way through a dried up bog of peat and amphibian carcasses is set to be the next big thing in AP collection. Mark my words.
Thanks for the fav on Inktober 15 - Weak a.k.a Beware the wild tube man
Not a great deal is known about the wilderness people of the inflatable tube. Many have ventured into the dark reaches of the urban sprawl, trying to document their carefree behaviour and unusual population patterns, but to this day, they remain one of nature’s greatest mysteries. Despite millions of Guarani spent in market research, many questions still remain. Where do these tube people come from? Why are they so energetically happy? What is it about car dealerships that seems to attract them? Do they ever wax poetic on their role in the cosmic samba that is life on this planet? Have they ever practiced ritualistic cannibalism? Join us next week as we attempt to answer some of these burning questions when we finally put a tube person through some “advanced interrogation”. Be sure to tune in.