This One’s Called Untitled 01-08 by Chuck Young



                Chuck Young enjoys a good night’s rest on an inflatable air mattress in his childhood bedroom. These sorts of things happen as adults. For company he sleeps with someone to feel like an adult. Yet childhood bedrooms reek of past hopes with present disappointments. Mixed together the two emotions are a tad bit sad like ‘Oh so this is where I am. This is where I started.’ People return home all the time. Clearly Young had a better return home than most people typically do. Inflatable air mattresses are the hot air balloons of an adulthood unfulfilled. 

                Yes Young is a player. Making out with someone over twice your age is grand thing indeed possibly. Or it could be terrifying. Poor make out partner felt a bit hurt with Young’s treatment. Young, in his most charming way possible, called it ‘like kissing his mom or someone’s mom’. That hurts. Little phrases like that can linger in a relationship never to be taken back. For the finale he runs away from an alarm. The alarm indicates that Young and she were through. At least there was an external thing allowing them to escape. 

                Pictures appear of a redacted relationship. Old relationships can be hard to revisit. Yet Young wants to remember. The eyes are blotted out. Staring at those old familiar eyes even with a computer screen must be difficult. First Young met the person of someone else’s dreams. That’s how it starts. Making out in a bathroom stall seems classy. Young must have really cared about her as he was taking a piss. Eventually Young does some drugs and some fruit loops. Fruit loops are terrifying things on drugs. Cartoon mascots have the ability to terrify people normally, forget the whole ‘drugs’ thing. Toucan Sam is a sick sadistic fuck. Young kicks his dad off the bed and sleeping with her. Christmas time is full of beautiful drunken moments. Her ex-boyfriend or boyfriend tries to threaten Young, quite ineffectively. If this person ever shat upon Young’s pillow, well Young has plenty of pillows at his disposal. 

                At clubs Young shows off his hard-on not only to lovely ladies but to the lovely ladies’ families. This is important. Families need to know what they are getting themselves into and hard-ons are a perfect way to decide whether ‘go’ or ‘no go’. In this instance the family voted not in favor of Young’s amorous passions. After the club Young falls asleep in his car, lost, far away, and alone. This is better known as ‘Sunday morning’. 

                Being reborn is beautiful. Young tries to turn himself on with images of the past. The past is always more attractive in memories.

This One’s Called Untitled 01-08 by Chuck Young

                Chuck Young enjoys a good night’s rest on an inflatable air mattress in his childhood bedroom. These sorts of things happen as adults. For company he sleeps with someone to feel like an adult. Yet childhood bedrooms reek of past hopes with present disappointments. Mixed together the two emotions are a tad bit sad like ‘Oh so this is where I am. This is where I started.’ People return home all the time. Clearly Young had a better return home than most people typically do. Inflatable air mattresses are the hot air balloons of an adulthood unfulfilled. 

                Yes Young is a player. Making out with someone over twice your age is grand thing indeed possibly. Or it could be terrifying. Poor make out partner felt a bit hurt with Young’s treatment. Young, in his most charming way possible, called it ‘like kissing his mom or someone’s mom’. That hurts. Little phrases like that can linger in a relationship never to be taken back. For the finale he runs away from an alarm. The alarm indicates that Young and she were through. At least there was an external thing allowing them to escape. 

                Pictures appear of a redacted relationship. Old relationships can be hard to revisit. Yet Young wants to remember. The eyes are blotted out. Staring at those old familiar eyes even with a computer screen must be difficult. First Young met the person of someone else’s dreams. That’s how it starts. Making out in a bathroom stall seems classy. Young must have really cared about her as he was taking a piss. Eventually Young does some drugs and some fruit loops. Fruit loops are terrifying things on drugs. Cartoon mascots have the ability to terrify people normally, forget the whole ‘drugs’ thing. Toucan Sam is a sick sadistic fuck. Young kicks his dad off the bed and sleeping with her. Christmas time is full of beautiful drunken moments. Her ex-boyfriend or boyfriend tries to threaten Young, quite ineffectively. If this person ever shat upon Young’s pillow, well Young has plenty of pillows at his disposal. 

                At clubs Young shows off his hard-on not only to lovely ladies but to the lovely ladies’ families. This is important. Families need to know what they are getting themselves into and hard-ons are a perfect way to decide whether ‘go’ or ‘no go’. In this instance the family voted not in favor of Young’s amorous passions. After the club Young falls asleep in his car, lost, far away, and alone. This is better known as ‘Sunday morning’. 

                Being reborn is beautiful. Young tries to turn himself on with images of the past. The past is always more attractive in memories.