Day 30: A letter of your choice
Dear 30 Day Challenges, You’re so horrible. I hate you. You reveal me for the narcissistic asshole I really am. Love, Michelle PS - I WILL be doing another one of you bastards.
Day 29: A letter to your day
Dear Monday, Okay, so I WAS going to do today’s letter in the style of Anthony Fantano, but then I realized I only had a small handful of jokes I could throw in there. So instead, I’ll just leave that part at: Today gets a light to decent eight. I woke up in good company, finished an ego-boostingly easy crossword with Stephen while we listened to classical music, coined the word “boostingly,”...
Day 28: A letter to someone you barely know who...
Dear Matt ☆, You’re a really good example of who I don’t want to seem like, as a student filmmaker, to people who barely know me. You come off as a douche, and you act like your ideas are really innovative when they’re total rip-offs of things I’ve seen other filmmakers do. Any academic conversation I’ve ever had with you was such a sloppy compilation of obvious...
Day 27: A letter to your idol, hero, or someone...
Dear The Doctor, I am so incredibly sad that I am writing a letter to a nonexistent person. But the fact that rapture didn’t actually happen on May 21st makes me think you’re perhaps out there somewhere, giving God whatfor and making sure us Earthlings are safe and sound. Actually, I like to think that you’re out there saving our asses every day. I guess this is what it must be...
When people post “source” information as a link to the person whose tumblr they got it from, and not from the ACTUAL source, like a flickr account or something. Why give credit to someone just because they posted it first? Unless they created it, you shouldn’t be crediting it to their blog. That’s why I don’t often reblog stuff.
Day 26: A letter to a stranger
Dear Someone, I hope you’re the kind of person who brakes to allow other people to pull into heavy traffic. Because someone did that for me today and it totally helped my bad mood. And then I did it for someone else. And maybe it started an awesome chain of kindness that will eventually solve all traffic problems. Love, Me