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cannibalism is the highest form of flattery. when your ex threatens tori lux it's just cordiform apathy. peacocking a smile. my distrust promised us common law fence-sitting the broom through a drive-by live piranha toss. an eye for an eye is fun to watch 'til the eyeless unionize and aim their guns at applause. propose a small child fire race or candle lighted face to exorcise the cold with emo camel spider bait. let's make schizophrenia cool again. mechanically separate oprah and try to mold her human again. a cosby sweater away from camouflage boule and operation taste makers fed nazi veteran taint. cristobal walking or riding? sloth or moorish science? toothbrush shank the pope pray to every god it slides with. i'm elliott smith's chestplate. chumming stress bait. dystopian swansong score to black widow sextapes.
it's a small child fire. bring the kids.
cannibalism cured the height of human vanity between tori lux's retirement and google tapped phone camera feeds. peacocking carcinogens my wasp god's a glutton. obama got a pig heart transplant to prove he's not muslim. no wisdom tooth deadweight. checked next to martyrdom. my chain alternates between shark's teeth and blogger thumbs. blessed be the book of hook, chorus, scarification, pro-euroeroticism and h.h. holmes graveshifts. i love you for the way you impersonate joanna angel on camera in line for the first amero wearing the jones pelt of a billionaire. casting hemmingway: the musical. shotgun as a woodwind. sitting bitch between the shark my girl jumped and brooklyn. gone fisting in the mouth of a cheshire tiger or lady dead space raven bathed in a cocaine pyre. offered my body weight in bacon and a dowry of bottled ire to chase living a liver lighter into a small child fire.
from Music to Feel Like Sh_t to.,
released November 21, 2016
Produced by a.m. breakups. Contains elements of Gift Horse by Cara Beth Satalino.