Dear future Nik Korpon blog reader-
Close your curtains and lock your doors. Nik Korpon may be watching. By this time, Stay God, has surely been culturally interpreted as a deitizing document meant to elevate both Korpon’s ego and his influence to godlike heights. Some say this is justified–and Korpon said, “Stay God is Good,” and all that–and some say nothing, because they’ve been stripped of their vocal chords for being dissenters.
Read Stay God’s verse in public. Praise Korpon from the pew. But in private, keep whatever rogue militia you are conjuring contained. For now. You’ll need them later.
Shit, he’s coming…PRAISE THE KORPON…(then shit in his cereal…the guy smells like drain clog solvents).
If you’ve come to this blog, you already know Korpon’s reputation. No need to literally preach to the choir. You deserve what all people come to blogs for: movie reviews and terrible poetry.
Spongebob Squarepants the movie
was funny, you’ll just have to believe me
or see it yourself
then go watch Elf
The pair makes for a terrific evening
In the unlikely possibility that Stay God is not your bible, let me tell you: it should be.
Worship me next.
This is a gust post by Caleb J Ross as part of his Stranger Will Tour for Strange blog tour. His goal is to post at a different blog every few days beginning with the release of his novel Stranger Will in March 2011 to the release of his second novel, I Didn’t Mean to Be Kevin in November 2011. If you have connections to a lit blog of any type, professional journal or personal site, please contact him. He would love to compromise your integrity for a day. To be a groupie and follow this tour, subscribe to the Caleb J Ross blog RSS feed. Follow him on Twitter: @calebjross.com. Friend him on Facebook: Facebook.com/rosscaleb