Also, for your sake, I actually acted out the play for myself, just to see if you were right. It was still shit.
Look over here, we have a famous play critic named Solly.
Famous playwright Dogar retaliates with the stunning wit we find throughout his works.
I like it Dogar. I wanted to say some stuff about how it was nice you used Gandhi, and spelled the name right and everything, but then people are going to say I'm COPYING Rayne and whoever else appreciated it.
Anyway, how long did it take you to write? As in, how did you get the idea and develop it?
Originally made by LM:
~Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute. -- Josh Billings ~
I knew I was going to talk to Jesus and Gandhi, how or what we talked about I had no ideas. So I just started writing my entrance and how I wanted a cigarette. Then all a sudden i tought to myself, "what would Jesus do if I couldn't light it," and then it kind of wrote itself. It took about an hour but 40 percent of that was finding quotes that were relevent.