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11 Visions Gets Cursed Out, In a Good Way

I will not say f...
I will not say F...

Phillip and I have been receiving hundreds, well, tens of letters from our fans congratulating us on the release of The Hitchhiking Movie.  We thank you for your words and your dollars.  We will continue to make this the best adventure blog there is.  Some letters have been polite, some have been enthusiastic and some have have had (MY FAVORITE!) FOUL LANGUAGE!

As some of you know, I, Ryan Jeanes, love foul language.  I lather myself up with it, I take it to bed with me at night and hug it till I fall asleep, I make foul-language jellies and jams out of it, preserving it in mason jars for the summer months.

Let us tell a tale:  a tale of three emails from our fans.  They will illustrate perfectly why foul language, properly placed, can be the most sincere form of communication.

Email 1

Brent Weaver to me
show details 12:44 PM (13 hours ago) Reply

Hey Ryan,

I just wanted to send you an email congratulating you on the release of your movie. I’m sure that must have taken a lot of work and it is good to see it released. When I get a chance in the next week or so I will watch it online and let you know what I think.

I hope all has been well, take care.

Warmest Regards,

Brent Weaver
website –
http://www.hotpressweb.com

Email 2

Amanda Eaton to me
show details Apr 16 (2 days ago) Reply

Hey you crazy mo fo! The trailer looks cool, will definitely check it out! I was wondering if you lived in Chicago anymore, I haven’t seen you forever, I guess you are just busy swimming to prisons and jumping out planes.
Great work my friend,
keep it up!
Amanda 🙂

Email 3

Matt Griffo
5:48 PM (8 hours ago)

That’s SO FUCKING AWESOME!!!!!!!!

Matt Griffo
585.520.2514
www.mattgriffo.com

Okay, let’s break it down.  The first email is extremely nice.  I wasn’t expecting it to be so nice.  It is articulate and well-formed, and it turns out that my little brother’s best friend from high school is not so little anymore.  Bravo, Brent.  If you ever need a website redesigned, Brent Weaver is your man.

The second email is brimming with enthusiasm.  It is also nice.  Mo fo is a foray into Bad Language Land but no coarseness orcs are slain.  I love Amanda and  think she’s great.  If you ever need a dramatic actress in the Chicago area, Amanda Eaton is your woman.

The third email made me laugh out loud.  I was touched.  I laughed again.  I’m reading it now and laughing.  I think it’s sincere.  It has a boy-like quality.  It is endearing… and absolutely foul-mouthed.  I love it.

It’s a one-liner.  He doesn’t say “see you soon” or “blah blah blah, tell me more, we’ll keep in touch;” he sincerely expresses himelf the only way any self-respecting curse-oholic would:  That… is so fucking awesome.  LOL.  Oh wait, don’t forget the !!!!!!!!!!, and he actually hit Cntrl + I to make it italicized.  Oh, and he capitalized the last 3 words, not the first.  It’s almost like there’s a build up:  That’s (wait, 2, 3, 4) so fucking awesome!

Matt Griffo is a commedian and an improvizational actor.  You can reach him here if you ever need a crowd entertained.

Which email is better?

None one of them.  Each form of communication has its place, and each is sincere.  Insincere communications get thrown by the wayside.  Which is why I’ve pledged to express myself as sincerely as possible on this blog even if I have to throw a Fuck-bomb.  Uhhhhh, waitaminute.  Are you supposed to say F-bomb so you don’t say fuck?  Shit, okay, ummmm, I love Fu… F-bombs.  They pierce through the social cheesecloth.  Cursing, used genuinely, can slice right to the meat of how you really feel.  “Ryan, I am so proud of you” or “Ryan, this movie is fucking awesome!”  Sincerity, enthusiasm, and disregard for social norms (also known as sincerity) all wrapped up into a nice F-burrito.  Munch, munch. Mmmmmm, F-burritos.

We thank all of you

11 Visions would like to thank you all for purchasing the movie and forwarding it on to your friends.  Thank you for your congratulations and we encourage you to use our comments section to say anything on your mind.  We love comments!  And as long as the words are sincere, cursing is cool with us.

Ryan Jeanes is a compulsive curser and is trying to honor his mom’s pleas to curse less.  His efforts are yielding mixed results.