T-Rex: "Writing is hard!" - you know who says this? NON-WRITERS. That's because REAL writers know the secret: T-Rex: Writing is, like, way super easy!
Narrator: THE SECRET TO HOW TO BE REAL GOOD AT WRITING STUFF.
T-Rex: Here's the secret: YOU HAVE A BODY. Dromiceiomimus: That's no secret, baby! T-Rex: Haha, TRUE, but your body has some involuntary responses: if it gets cold, you shiver! If it's too warm, you sweat! If something's funny, YOU LAUGH. If something's insanely erotic, YOU MAKE SURE NOBODY'S LOOKING AND THEN, I DUNNO, LOCK THE DOOR OR WHATEVER.
Utahraptor: Oh my gosh, you're saying - T-Rex: YES.
T-Rex: Comedy and erotica are the two easiest genres to write, because your body lets you know when you're doing it well! You don't even have to think about it. Drama's stupid hard because we don't have a drama organ that reacts when it sees good drama. I tell you, if drama was as engaging as erotica, I'd write a lot more of it.
T-Rex: Well, that's not true. I'd read a lot more drama, and I'd be really into that drama, and then SUPER into that drama, and then SUPER SUPER into that drama, and then suddenly not into the drama at all and reaaaal sleepy. T-Rex: Real talk??
What are the haps my friends
January 6th, 2014:I've discussed this Grand Theory of Writing in a few interviews and I figured it was finally time to CANONIZE IT FOREVER in comics form!