Sunday, September 30, 2012

Mister Twister

This week’s Blogthings topic is brought to you by Tim: take a picture of something you see on a regular basis, and write about it.

I have this one shirt. I wear it often. Actually most of what I wear, I wear often because I rotate the same five or so outfits. I stole this shirt from my brother Matt. He stole it from my brother Billy. I have no idea where it came from before that. It’s sort of a special shirt. It’s a brand called Panda Snack and it’s made out of 100 percent bamboo. The best part about it is this tornado shaped stitching under the collar.


My friends call it my Mister Twister shirt. Mister Twister is this pretty cool guy who is really me in a bamboo t-shirt. His super power is that he can make tornados, which are really just sound effects that I make. He has a villain. She’s a nun named Sister Twister, who is really a doodle I made at a coffee shop when I should have been doing work.


One day a theater student of mine invented a super hero named The Vortex. I told him about Mister Twister. Sometimes Mister Twister and The Vortex team up and save the world, but really it’s just my student and me playing freezes during improv lessons.


I do not know what I’m trying to say about this shirt. I really like it though.

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