Tuesday, February 16, 2016


It was a daaaark and scaaaaaary cave. And Nooo one was eeeeever sleeping. And there was a MONSTER! And it ATE ME!

Take 250 pieces of green paper. Cut up each piece into fourths. Repeat the following instructions for each forth piece of paper: Fold up the bottom about one half inch. Fold the paper into thirds. Slide the bottom of one half into the part that you folded up on the other half. Take each half at the top, and fold diagonally to the side. Fold top down. Draw face with black sharpie.


The enchiladas are coming. The enchiladas are coming. The enchiladas are coming!

I like Pie. I told you I was a genius! Corned Bread, Oh yeaaaah. When I am at high altitudes, my ears pop. Yours do too. It is all true. But they will not turn blue. But they might. You never know. I'm just say'in. If your ears turn blue, then that means that they are either really cold, or that they are changing colors. Or both. Word.

That was my attempt at a rap. Pretty awesome huh?

The sky is blue. And I like the color purple. Our chairs are comfy. Typo. Did you catch it? Probably not, because before you read this, and before I even posted this post, I fixed it. So yeah. Take that typo. You been deleted. Oh yeah. Poof. Gone with the wind. Killed. De-pixelated. Termenated. All of the ateds. 

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

The Great Moon of the Day that Started the Best Insta-production Ever Made in the World At This Time

Today, I am going to tell you about insta-productions, and how they got started. (of course, you probably already figured that out from the title.) A man by a name that no one could ever remember, made the first insta-production. An insta-production, is a type of movie, that you can make in a very short time. The very first insta-production, flying raisins, was considered the best insta-production ever made. Now, one day this un-named man, was walking through the night, when he happened to look up at the sky. Well, on that particular night, there was a full moon out, which was, at the time called a great moon. So, he was looking up, and he thought to himself, "You know what would be great? A movie about raisins that fly! So he went home, and went to bed. In the morning, he went to his computer, and searched a picture of raisins. He colored blue all around the raisins, then he added a sun. Then he went to a movie making software and put the photo on, added music and a title, and voila! The first insta-production. And so, without further ado, Flying Raisins!