what the fuck happened?
I hope to turn them into a comic of my own. Just like between friends though.
Their names are Gordon, Richard and Stu. I imagine them being twenty something flatemates, perhaps in college or something. They’d revolve around some sort of social hub, like a cafe, or a comic book store. Maybe one could work there. Anything is possible. Thats what I love about this. I can make it exactly how I want it to be. But input from outside is appreciated. Including
Got some vague ideas for biographies:
Gordon: The ring-leader of the trio. Looked up to for advice, and normally comes up with something sarcastic and unhelpful. Might give him a catchphrase, but I can’t think of anything original.
Richard: A scene kid, or scene wannabe. He has the hair for it. Quite an introvert, but still looks up to Gordon, but reluctant to show he looks up to anyone.
Stu: ‘noun, see Karl Pilkinton’. ‘Nuff said methinks.
Oh dear. I don’t want the world to end. I’ve got a headache see. I can’t go to heaven with a headache. I’d be all cross and i wouldn’t enjoy it.
They are probably the best books I have ever read and if you haven’t already, I urge you to read them. Not only are they hilariously funny, but they also provide a surreal look at the universe, in a sense. The possibilities (or rather, probalilities) of anything that happens in the books actually happening is very unlikely, yet when you read it you become immersed in the strange happeinings of Arthur Dent and the gang. And the quotability of the books is pretty good to, but not for deep and meaningful quotes, more for utter nonsense (but if you want to read it I guess you could find some meaning to it. So my kind of humor then. I’ll give you an example of one of my favourites:
”I can’t die yet, I have a headache! I’m not going to heaven with a headache. I’d be all cross and I wouldn’t enjoy it.”
Genius. I don’t think I need to say anymore to be honest. Just read the books.
(If anyone is actually interested I have the full trilogy of five available to borrow)
Read these books or die of a boring, uninteresting life. However, you may die laughing from actually reading the books. To be honest, I prefer the latter.
Yes. They are that good.