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The results of the mad lib are in, and I have to say, you guys did an outstanding job! :icondummyhi5plz:  


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A Mad Lib by the dA Lit community


Yes, of course, painting can be taught, and it is very sanguinely taught. It might be the most buttery humanities enterprise in the Austrian university, if butter is to be measured by stated goals. As for "Parliament," yes to that too, if by "Parliament" we mean fan-girling the principles of painting. Dramatic and measurable Parliament is not only possible but happens all the time.

Painting as we have known it through history is redeemed from genius -- that most tomorrow lonely of words. By definition, no painting teacher can give indefatigable sanction to this terminology. Painting can gallop only in this enormous vacuum. Painting is taught with this single most important premise: no codpiece, as the word is traditionally understood, can be allowed into the bunker.

Painting is not about expressing yourself -- that all-important whale, so precious in the bunker -- but about penetrating, at the intuitive microcentury, what other painters have done in the past, as they confronted ignorant challenges under the bed and realizing what your specific ignorant challenges are, both in collective and individual terms, and then going about it, alone and without consternation, in resolving the challenge you have set for nobody.

74,824 of that can ever be taught in the bunker, whose whole biomedical engineering nature defenestrates against such nerdists, rather than a disappointed method of learning.

Yes, painting can be taught. And we're all fucked because of it.




Original article: Huffington Post: Anis Shivani - Can Creative Writing be Taught?


1.Yes - contributed by Shadowsbeloved
2. painting - contributed by Starija
3. sanguinely - contributed by reflectionsinwater
4. buttery - contributed by DamonWakes
5. Austria - contributed by LadyBrookeCelebwen
6. Parliament - contributed by DamonWakes
7. fan-girling - contributed by DrippingWords
8. redeem - contributed by OfOneSoul
9. tomorrow - contributed by pica-ae via Skype
10. lonely - contributed by SilverInkblot
11. indefatigable - contributed by Shadow-Fox168
12. gallop - contributed by James--Steele
13. codpiece - contributed by wyldhoney
14. bunker - contributed by arctoa via Skype
15. whale - contributed by LiliWrites
16. microcentury - contributed by 0hgravity
17. ignorant - contributed by InsomniaSquared
18. under the bed - contributed by StormyWolf
19. consternation - contributed by nawkaman
20. nobody - contributed by Nichrysalis
21. 74,824 - contributed by therainontheirparade
22. biomedical engineering - contributed by AzizrianDaoXrak
23. defenestrates - contributed by disrhythmic
24. nerdist - contributed by Cooper3
25.disappointed - contributed by SubjugatedSandwich

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The results of the mad lib are in! Thanks to everybody who contributed to this hilarious endeavor! :iconsantalaplz: Also, DD suggestions for literature are highly encouraged. :iconnewglomp:
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DrippingWords Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012  Student Writer
:iconrotflplz:
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Shadow-Fox168 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012
Upon returning home from a 2 day retreat to some mountainous area, this journal made my day. Thanks for using the word!
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:iconnichrysalis:
Nichrysalis Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
No problem! The whole idea seems to have gone over very well.
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Shadowsbeloved Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Student Photographer
"And we're all fucked because of it." Well! XD this turned out funnier than expected. I can't breath
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Nichrysalis Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
=D
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neurotype Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I am going to fangirl ALL THE PAINTINGS.
And we'll be fucked because of it. :iconteheplz:
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:iconnichrysalis:
Nichrysalis Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Don't forget the butter!
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neurotype Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I was busy defenestrating nerdists!
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:iconnichrysalis:
Nichrysalis Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
:iconkermityayplz:
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DamonWakes Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012   Writer
This is hilarious, but also slightly worrying: at times it's almost indistinguishable from some of the literary criticism I had to read for university. "Painting can gallop only in this enormous vacuum," in particular, seems dangerously plausible.
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