No, we’re not dead.
Got kinda distracted with another adventure.
He’s a little treat while you wait for the next update.
Theo’s personal Blogger Blog:
(Tumblr is too mainstream.)
What feeling hurters you guys are!
oh looks like he’s gone upstairs, good jo—
wait never mind…
Your name is DREW JOHNSON. You find INTREST in a number of things. You love the TERRIBLE CLOTHES you’ve picked up over the years, they’re amazing in every way. The fact that you own and WEAR them makes some of your dear friends want to cry. You also enjoy doing a lot of CHARITY WORK, and that is an UNDERSTATEMENT. You think everyone deserves a helping hand, which is why you spend a good amount of your time BABYSITTING for free! You also love to do CRAFTS, dear LORD do you love crafts! Knitting, sewing, crocheting, scrap booking, cooking, heck even DRAWING! You like to do all these things and save as much money as you possibly can! You and your BROTHER don’t have very much of an income.
> Let’s be someone else
Oh my! This boy looks rather busy! Maybe we should take a shot at his name and grab his attention!
>Enter name (we are now taking commands!)
Alright, don’t get your shorts in a twist.
It looks as though your computer is trying to get your attention.
One of your chums is messaging you apparently.
Oh boy, here we go. What could he want now?
>I’m tired of being Theo. Let’s move along.
Aha, your trusty STICKY NOTE MODUS.
You can store pretty large objects on the cards, which are kept individually in little sticky notes. This can be very useful, but for the disorganized gentleman, can cause quiet a mess. Some people are known for sticking these things everywhere, covering every surface with them to the point that they lose track of them.
But a smart enough gentleman such as your self is clever enough to keep most of your sticky notes in your NOTEBOOK.
Another aspect of the sticky notes is that you can draw an object and create a GHOST IMAGE of the object, assuming you drew it well enough. You’ve yet to find any use for these beyond idle entertainment, though.
>Advance the plot already!