Sunday, January 31, 2010

Why God Must be a Writer

Always thinks He's right.

Doesn't dress well; really needs a haircut.

Gets blamed for everything that goes wrong with His work, even when it isn't His fault.

Goes for the surprise ending.

Had one huge bestseller but hasn't done much since.

His only kid got famous using His name.

People who collect money supposedly for His works keep most of it to use for their own purposes.

Spends a lot of time alone; spotted in some very strange places.

Wackos He's never met or even talked to claim to know the precise meaning behind whatever He does.

Wants peace, love and happiness, but rarely gets them.

12 comments:

  1. Ok, this is fabulous, lol.

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  2. LOL! Oh I love it.

    "Gets blamed for everything that goes wrong with His work, even when it isn't His fault."--Has to be my favorite in the bunch.

    Bravo

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  3. Oh, so true. Especially #7.

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  4. Doesn't dress well, really needs a haircut. All I could see here was Charlton Heston.

    *snort*

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  5. I laughed so hard! Yes, writers are so misunderstood...

    Even worse, He had to dictate the whole thing to stenographers, and something was lost in the translation...

    No fun when somebody else fiddles with one's own writing!

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  6. I love your active mind, Lynn!

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  7. LOL--this is fabulous! So glad I was pointed this direction. :-)

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  8. Even worse, He had to dictate the whole thing to stenographers, and something was lost in the translation... .

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