A long absence. Hopefully no more to follow. Will not know this. Until I can resume writing in complete. Sentences.
You've been waiting for something big, and I'd hate not to deliver on my cryptic promises. So here you have it, the thing I've been working on for like three weeks...
GOOGLING "MY HUMPS" TO FIND THE SERBO-CROATIAN TRANSLATION!!!!
Lyrics and translation:
šta ćeš da uradiš s to dupe
(what you're gonna do with that ass)
ja ću da zaradim mnogo pare
(i'm gonna make money)
šta ćeš da uradiš s te sise
(what you're gonna do with those tits)
što si otišla
(why did you leave (me))
otišla sam od tebe srećko, što si se mnogo nećk'o
(i left you, darling*, because you were hesitating too much)
*srećko is actually sth. like "darling of fortune", "lucky fellow" etc.
And now I'm going to sleep for a week.
(Also, I'm having another film school flare-up. So I might be posting sporadically for the next three years or so.)
(PS - How many humps could a K-punk* thump if a K-punk could thump humps?
*k-punk is actually sth. like "darling of fortune," "lucky fellow," etc. He thinks and feels. He has a job. Occasionally he requires a snack. I do not know what sorts of food a k-punk would like, nor do I know if K-punk is typical of other k-punks. K-punks, generally, do not move in migratory patterns. I know this because I have never seen k-punks migrate. Nor have I seen them not migrate, which isn't to say I've never not seen them migrate, nor have I seen them migrate. What do you call a pair of k-punks? K-punks? What do you call a group of k-punks? K-punks? If "K-punk" was a shape, would it have angles? Would it be spherical? How many k-punks can dance on the head of a pin? If a k-punk identifies with another k-punk, does he strengthen or diminish the essence of his k-punkness? Can k-punkness be diminished? Are k-punks clones and clones of clones and even clones of clones of clones of clones (I'm getting ahead of myself), or does K-punk, of whom I know something, have little relation to other k-punks, of whom I know nothing? Can we even say that there are other k-punks? I merely speculate now because I've never seen more than one k-punk, which isn't to say I've never not seen more than one; no, I've never seen more than one (not I, anyway), but I have seen one. I've never seen him, I suppose, but I've sensed him. He is; of this I am certain. I assume if there is one, there might be more than one, whereas I would not necessarily assume that something I have never seen (e.g., a migrating k-punk) might exist somewhere; in fact, this might very well be a reason for arguing against the existence of said thing (especially if said thing was, for example, a g-punk, which I have never seen nor heard tell of myself, though this could be remedied, I suppose) -- that it does not appear to exist. Although appearances aren't always everything. Perhaps there are k-punks, and k-punks who migrate, at that, and if I ever meet one I will ask if this k-punk (let's call him/her K-punk) or that k-punk (also K-punk, reverse gender or leave ambiguous) if he/she/(s)he has a favorite snack food. I will then ask if K-punk or K-punk, but probably not K-punk (whom I will also ask if given the opportunity) eats this snack food compulsively (i.e. "snack attack") and whether or not he or she wears a hat. I know that K-punk has a job, so I can only assume that K-punk (for the sake of differentiation, let's call him/her "K-punk(a)") and K-punk (for the sake of different differentiation, let's call him/her "K-punk(b)") have jobs as well, though I would be hard pressed to name a specific vocation. Though k-punks undoubtedly have jobs, it is not clear what they do (except that they most likely do not-migrating for most of the time, even if they do migrating-migrating for some fraction of the time, the time being all time in their existence, which may or may not be). But since I've speculated a bit, let's do a conservative estimate and say that there are a limited number of k-punks (admittedly, my two examples already constitute a rather conservative estimate if we're erring on the side of more than one k-punk in existence -- however, it may have been shortsighted of me to assume that there are three K-punks when in fact I know of only one, hence my differentiation and anyway it's all for the sake of argument). Is it possible that K-punk, certainly not speaking for all k-punks, is unaware that there are other -- migrating or non- -- k-punks out there, snacking and possibly migrating? (Do they snack whilst, as they say, migrating? If they move from one place to another, and have consumed food in the interim, can we say that, between point A (origin point) and B (destination point) they have snacked whilst, as they etc., migrating?) Do non-birds migrate? If the answer is no, then I'll need to revise my hypothesis, which so far is that it is possible for k-punks to migrate, even if it is likely that it's unlikely. Because I happen to know that if there were k-punks, in addition to K-punk, if different than K-punk (hence the differentiation between K-punk and K-punk in my previous example), they would NOT be birds -- otherwise they would not be k-punks -- and therefore would not migrate. Which is to say, I can tell you definitively, if this new piece of questionable information is true, which it likely is not, that the very existence of k-punks may be in question, but it is unquestionably unquestionable that they do NOT migrate. BUT (and it's a big "but") this does not mean that k-punks do not move in migratory patterns, which was the question, for hockey players can move in migratory patterns, even though they do not migrate; aircrafts can move in migratory patterns -- and follow the migratory paths of other animals, just as migratory air-animals follow the paths of other crafts -- without technically migrating themselves. If you have traced a migratory path in a migratory pattern, have you migrated? I argue no, definitively, though I'm uncertain as to how much definitiveness can be considered "definitively" (I'm fairly definitive). Would K-punk argue yes, more definitively? And provide his definition of "definitive"? I think no to the former, don't know (so not no, though neither is it not yes, so not yes -- at least, not yet) the latter (don't quote me to the letter, though I didn't expect it from the former -- implied "you" there; yes, "you" there, implied, but "you" who? Implied? Where? -- so it would be something of a surprise). But, again, if K-punk is not typical of other k-punks, assuming there are other k-punks (and this has yet to be proved, and has not been disproved, so of course it's a possibility that there is someone who fits this description, even if I couldn't tell you whom), this may not be true of K-punk even if it is true of k-punks.)