Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Let's Face It; All's We Really Want is to Eat, Sleep, Feel No Pain, Have Sex, and Kill People

Let's Be Real for A Change

The only thing we really want in life is to eat, sleep, feel no pain, have sex, and kill people.  

Think about it for a minute.  Then tell me I'm wrong.

Sure, we need to take a shit, talk, fart, work, watch TV, work out, and drive our cars.

But when it comes down to what we want, it's to eat, sleep, feel no pain, have sex, and kill people.

Now you can eat whatever you want, you can sleep as many hours as you want, and theirs plenty of medicine to feel no pain.  And sex?  It's not something you need to do if you think about it.  No, you want to get your rocks off because it feels so good.

And what's the one thing we can't do, but desperately want to do?  Well that's kill people.

Why don't we kill people?  Because we think we'll get caught, and we don't want to spend the rest of our lives in jail.  Not that that is what would happen if you killed somebody, but just the thought of the worst possible scenario prevents us from doing the dirt deed.

Before I get to deep philosophically,  I found out something about myself after writing Wee Wee's World.  I can live vicariously through Leonard and Wee Wee to satisfy my desire to kill.  Sure, it's not as good as the real thing, but what choice do I have?  That's not to say I still don't have a choice.  But it's fear that make us by books and watch movies about characters we wish we could be.  Put your ego aside.  You know I'm right.

Get your copy of Wee Wee's World here.  It's worth every fucking penny.   

Here's exactly why you need to buy the book:

Wee Wee's World is a psychological horror novel about the relationship between Leonard Litkovitz and his ventrilquist dummy son, Wee Wee.  When writing this story, I wanted to write something that stood out from all the other meaningless drivel that is out there.  This story cuts right to the chase and doesn't hold anything back.  I tis irreverent, offensive, immoral, and downright filthy in some areas, but I make no apologies for it.  If you don't like it, piss off.  Otherwise, enjoy the ride.

Greg Groovie

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