22 Jul A Selection Of Tweets From Andrew Duncan Worthington’s Account
A SELECTION OF TWEETS FROM ANDREW DUNCAN WORTHINGTON’S TWITTER ACCOUNT
This Saturday (July 25th), Metatron is presenting Steve Roggenbuck, Andrew Duncan Worthington, Maggie Lee & more at Librairie Drawn & Quarterly.
If you don’t know Andrew, he lives in New York City, is the founding editor of KEEP THIS BAG AWAY FROM CHILDREN & the author of the novel Walls, published last year by CCM. For a quick overview of Walls, we recommend “Spotlight on Andrew Worthington’s Walls” over at Entropy.
In anticipation of Saturday’s event, we’re presenting on the blog a short selection of tweets from Andrew’s account (@simplywortho).
every once in a while while watching the nba finals I have to yell at the screen, or else I feel like I’m not watching the nba finals
recurring daydream wherein I get an email with a job offer that I’ve really been hoping for, but it goes to my spam folder, and I never see it
what if we’re all just hyperlinks and the people clicking on us hate how many popup ads there are
there’s a point while browsing netflix dramas when you are far enough down that you only see tom selleck movies
I’ll have 1 medium black coffee, 1 banana, 1 lemon-filled donut, and the rest of my life back
when god gives you lemons, make sure they’re organic
looking through really old gchats, noticed I used to say “coolio” all the time online
my method of making friends is to find people as or more shy and weird and get them to think I’m cool, which is also what cult leaders do
never realized cats know how to play “hard to get”
I don’t need a get-rich-quick scheme, but if anyone knows a make-a-living-wage-quick scheme that’d be great