jerome moore


shopping list


recrute an insect army so I can feed of the life of the people
Burn all my Novelis
make Sally cry
avacados
Chickpeas
Bananas
don perignon
Jumbo memo book
return library books
give one suit to homeless
kidnap my brothers dog
analyst appointement
cardio
Blog
Finish watching Detour
make mom smile
destroy social life
rearrange sun room
get drunk
get over fear of social laziness
pick up fingerless gloves
Sun salutations and meditation
raquetball with Brian
Bomb the shit out of Bear hill
burn my girlfriends boxes
cut my bangs
work on gameplan

Submitted: Tuesday, August 28, 2012

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