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初動画制作&TICKTOCKデビューしました❗


天赦日&一粒万倍日と新しいことを始めるのに最強と言われる日なので、本日のデビューは去年の暮れから決めていました😅

これからはTICKTOCKの方もよろしくお願いします。

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Gears are turning, click-clack, tick-tock
They must be stopped, tick-tock, click-clack
Time is running out, stop the clock!
Gears are turning, click-clack, tick-tock
Must stop the spin, throw in a rock!
Prevent the time from turning back
Gears are turning, click-clack, tick-tock
They must be stopped, tick-tock, click-clack

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I love Ash so much 😭

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And now Colson’s version because I know you will appreciate it XD


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I feel like a pivotal former-gifted kid experience is trying to do one of those assigned book report projects in elementary school on a modern pulp fiction novel that is way above the reading level of the rest of the class.  

My spouse was trying to do book reports on Stephen King tomes when he was a kid, but I started with Dean Koontz (my biomom preferred him for reasons that are blatantly obvious to me now, but when I was ten and going through the identity crisis of her surrendering me to her parents, I was trying to find a connection to her… ANYWAY).  

So fifth-grade me reads Koontz’s Ticktock.  It was about this Vietnamese man, Tommy, a successful novelist who Westernizes his identity to the annoyance of his mother, who hires a friend to cast a spell that will make Tommy remember his roots.  His mom’s friend leaves on Tommy’s doorstep a magical sand-filled poppet, which Tommy takes inside his house and places on his desk.  The doll then tears off its cloth-covering to reveal a little gremlin, growing into a man-sized monster that attacks him and kills people along the way as it chases Tommy through the city.  As Tommy runs, he encounters this strange white woman and her dog that helps him survive the night.  It is revealed through a series of ever-increasing zanny encounters that she is extremely wealthy and also the product of aliens abducting her parents and adding their biotechnology to her genome.  Oh, and her dog is an alien, too.  The book ends with them confronting Tommy’s mother about casting a passive-aggressive curse on him in order to make him realize the importance of family and heritage, but ultimately she approves of the alien lady because Tommy is fated to be with her, and they drive off into the future together.

The book is a rollercoaster horror-comedy of a culture-appropriating Hallmark-sponsored sci-fi trash that absolutely no 10-year-old should read (and captures my biomom’s taste to a T).  The project we were supposed to do for the book report was to draw a scene from the book as a window display for a downtown bookstore.  I drew the scene where the stitches were popping out of the ragdoll, revealing the glowing green eyes of the gremlin as it sat on Tommy’s desk, capturing the scene of Tommy’s initial WTF in a long series of WTF moments. My teacher rejected it because it was not “age appropriate”.

I can’t remember what I replaced it with for the project, but I do wonder to this day what sort of influence this book had on me.

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- ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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