once you feel the flow youve gotta let it go. she tells me about john cougar neil young tom waits and bruce springsteen. really we’re talking about lou reed and the new u2 record.
she tells me that once men turn 35 their creativity falls off quicker than their hairline. all except for the above.
her friend throws in tom petty and im all, i guess.
a donut sign spins and leaves trails and like blink im feelin it.
dr dre snoop the beasties everyone in hip hop fell off after their testosterone dried up except tupac but hes the exception to everything.
but the one that gave us the most hope was mr john hughes
who from the age of 33 to 40 wrote and/or directed a string of 14 classic films
Home Alone (1990) (written by)
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) (written by)
Uncle Buck (1989) (written by & directed)
Great Outdoors, The (1988) (written by)
Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987) (written by & directed)
Some Kind of Wonderful (1987) (written by)
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) (written by & directed)
Pretty in Pink (1986) (written by)
Weird Science (1985) (written by & directed)
National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985) (written by)
Breakfast Club, The (1985) (written by & directed)
Sixteen Candles (1984) (written by & directed)
National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983) (written by)
Mr. Mom (1983) (written by)
and then never did anything decent again.
even changed his name when he wrote maid in manhattan
raymi said, ill never change my name
not even during a horrible slump
i said not even to Edmond Dantès?
she said especially to Edmond Dantès.
and i typed that if i was mr john hughes for my next film i would cast ms natalie portman and ms raymi le minx as two first year high school teachers
who end up with their class stuck in a snow storm
after a field trip
and they end up smoking pot with their class
when they realize they never liked teaching
and will quit in the morning.
and the kids tell them everything.
and then i showed her my tits and we logged off.