This is it, honestly. It’s his reality that makes him so entertaining. And, in a sense, you are wrong. Bob the boy is an entertainer, to some extent at least. He may not get on stage and read the recycled jokes they share to every Nigerian ”comedian” at the induction party, but every time he picks up his phone and/or gets in front of the camera, he…
This is a valid point.
I actually really enjoy journaling, and stumbled upon BuJo on Tumblr one day. It took a lot of willpower and self-motivation to pull myself out from the rut I got into from feeling like I was insufficient in my attempts because my pages looked nothing like those on the internet.
I agree, but I also don’t think it’s a bad thing.
That’s actually the best thing about this film, I think — that each (supporting) character was their own person and had a life and story that was tied to the panther, but could stand without it.
Haha! I know what you mean.
My own pastor doesn’t waste time, but I’ve experienced this a couple of times in my previous church. The worst were actually the choir directors, because those ones just thought we didn’t have anything else to do wit our time. 6pm rehearsals would start at 7:30 and they would want to kep me there…