there will be more things on here soon. everything feels 'forthcoming'. i think i have about five things 'forthcoming' which i am waiting to be 'now', mainly just so i can post about them on here.
i am even thinking about things like going to the toilet and going to sleep in a bit and having breakfast tomorrow as 'forthcoming'.
i keep saying 'forthcoming' in my head. it sounds 'stupid'. i can hardly write anything 'non-fiction' now without writing things in quotes. i like these movie reviews. there are good uses of quotes in them. here is a bit from an old gmail chat i had with the author of those movie reviews, about the use of quotes:
me: yeah, i guess they are of 'varying quality'
i am thinking about quotes now. i like how they simultaneously let you use cliches without 'disgracing' yourself, and also make things sound sarcastic. i find them funny. i wonder if it is something 'stuck' now, and i will use them forever, or whether it is a short-lived 'joke' and i will stop doing it in a year or so.
here is a stock job application letter (from monster.co.uk) 'made sarcastic' using quotes (i filled in the blanks):
Dear Mr. Smith
Re: Office Junior
In response to the 'advertised' position on monster.co.uk on 27th March, please 'consider' my CV in your search for an office junior. This is an 'ideal' job for me given my 'enthusiasm' for office work, my 'related experience' and 'qualifications'.
Working in offices has always been 'important' to me, which is why I 'chose' to work in offices since leaving school. I obtained an A in English in 1998 and have been working in offices since then. I am a 'confident' user of Word and have worked 'extensively' with Microsoft Paint.
As you can see from my CV, I've taken the opportunity to gain 'extra qualifications', which has 'helped' me in my previous position as an office junior. I'm responsible for things like making cups of tea, etc. I've also photocopied things, and carried things around.
I am available for an interview 'at your convenience' and 'look forward' to 'hearing' from you.
my death = 'forthcoming'.