Tesi always said, “It takes a village…” Dapper always said, in an inebriated slur, “My mother was a prostitute for the Red Army.” Butch always yelled, “Hot iron!” when I walked in the house (he’s an anxious fellow). Joan didn’t like it when Dapper referred to “chicks” or referenced how he throws “like a girl.” Dylan’s advice for high school was, “Wear gray and walk close to the walls.” Milan likes me because I laugh at everything. And Bill, he doesn’t like the Midwest or fat people. I am a product of these people. Loons. I worship them.
Kidd, Marian, “[Untitled],” Lewis & Clark Senior Art, accessed February 12, 2016, https://library.lclark.edu/seniorprojects/items/show/3949.