Was Everyone as Insane as I Was?
I came across a Mother’s Day card I drew in school when I was a kid. It has convinced me that I was a hardcore drug addict when I was young, losing years of my life to LSD and other hallucinogens. That’s the only way to explain the sheer randomness that you’re about to see.
If I received this card, I would’ve tossed my kid into rehab…
The Hallmark Pages
And then the randomness begins. I seriously wonder what in the world was running through my mind when I wrote these things.
Man. That acid trip must have been really intense. It all makes sense though. It’s Mother’s Day, so the planet gets a galactic ice cream cone.
Let’s break this down. Superman thinks he can fly, so he jumps up into the air. He actually can’t, so he crashes to the ground and dies, every bone in his body broken. The people–completely ungrateful for the times he’s saved the world from the galactic ice cream cones–bury him with a tombstone that says “Here Lies Stupid Man.” His ghost leaves, finally able to fly in death.
I must’ve been dropping some really bad acid. I don’t even know what’s going on here. The caption reads, “New and Improved Glue-down–Yes you can glue yourself to anything and never get free.” The text on the left says, “Superman (continued).” I don’t even know how to dissect this. Superman’s ghost flies and slowly disintegrates into a headless, armless spirit? He winds up getting stepped on by a random guy walking past some falling tree?
Is that another tombstone on the right? Nowadays, this many references to death in a school project is enough to warrant suspension, a call to the FBI, and a press conference.
Anyone else have any weird drawings from when they were young?