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How to Deal (Savagely) With Fuck Boys Using Only Bob Ross Quotes:
  • Fuckboy: *asks how your day is going*
  • Bob Ross: Every day is a good day when you paint.
  • Fuckboy: *Talking about their dick*
  • Bob Ross: I really believe that if you practice enough you could paint the ‘Mona Lisa’ with a two-inch brush.
  • Fuckboy: *says something about how he'd do anything for you*
  • Bob Ross: In painting, you have unlimited power. You have the ability to move mountains. You can bend rivers. But when I get home, the only thing I have power over is the garbage.
  • Fuckboy: *asks what you want to do ;) ;) ;)*
  • Bob Ross: I think each of us, sometime in our life, has wanted to paint a picture.
  • Fuckboy: *asks "Where is this going?" or "Where do we stand?"*
  • Bob Ross: We don’t really know where this goes — and I’m not sure we really care.”
  • Fuckboy: *accuses you of friendzoning him*
  • Bob Ross: Gotta give him a friend. Like I always say, ‘Everyone needs a friend.’
  • Fuckboy: *gets annoyed at you for only replying with Bob Ross quotes*
  • Bob Ross: They say everything looks better with odd numbers of things. But sometimes I put even numbers — just to upset the critics.
  • Fuckboy: *sexts you*
  • Bob Ross: I like to beat the brush.
  • Bob Ross: Be so very light. Be a gentle whisper.
  • Bob Ross: If you do too much, it’s going to lose its effectiveness.
  • Fuckboy: *says he doesn't want to talk to you*
  • Bob Ross: Talk to the tree, make friends with it.
  • Fuckboy: *is mad at you for not contributing to the conversation*
  • Bob Ross: Just let go — and fall like a little waterfall.
  • Fuckboy: *asks abt your pussy/bussy/dick/whatever*
  • Bob Ross: This is happy place; little squirrels live here and play.
  • Fuckboy: *for when you lead them on with Bob Ross quotes and then let them go*
  • Bob Ross: Isn’t it fantastic that you can change your mind and create all these happy things?

The Savage Land TPB (1987) with cover art by John Buscema. This trade paperback reprints Marvel Fanfare nos. 1-4, which are still my favorite Savage Land stories of all time.  With Chris Claremont writing and a who’s who of fan-favorite X-Men artists, including Michael Golden, Dave Cockrum, Bob McLeod, Paul Smith and Terry Austin, the story is a wild and thoroughly enjoyable ride. 

It Ain't Me Babe
Bob Dylan, NY, 31-01-1974
It Ain't Me Babe

Go melt back into the night, babe,
Everything inside is made of stone.
There’s nothing in here moving
And anyway I’m not alone.
You say you’re looking for someone
Who’ll pick you up each time you fall
To gather flowers constantly
And to come each time you call,
A lover for your life and nothing more,
But it ain’t me, babe,
No, no, no, it ain’t me, babe.
It ain’t me you’re looking for.