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We've reached episode 10! Ten is not that big of a number, but hey, it's a milestone. Some of you (or maybe most of you) have wondered how I come up with these ideas for the episodes. . . well, maybe you can get some clues from this post but in general, a good thing to keep in mind, is: If somebody said "dude, it'd be so funny if so and so happens" or you have an idea that goes "hm, I wonder what it would be like if . . . so on so forth", don't just let it slip away. The truth about cialis if you think about it some more, it just might develop into a story! here's a summary of what inspired each episode. It can get quite long so I'm breaking them into two posts. Well, this episode is really a set-up for the rest of the episodes. The purpose was to introduce the characters: Mac and Cheese who is the one that's interested in putting together a podcast, and Bottle Monster who is the one that comes up with different ideas. Mac and Cheese is the sane guy that's in charge of running the show smoothly, sort of a homage to how Kermit is the one holding the Muppets together, although it was not intentional. Bottle Monster is the whimsical one that has crazy ideas. To a degree, they are both my alter egos. :-) This episode also sets up the format for the subsequent episodes, which is them answering viewer's questions. This is written when iPhone came out and created buzz everywhere. Now, Bottle Monster's original character design was that he solves every problem involving bottles somehow, so that was written into the story here. Today's technology seem to have a tendency to want to integrate everything into a small device, so I was thinking, what if you have this really simple piece of item that can be used for many purposes too? And so, iBottle was born. This is the first episode that's based on a question sent in by a real viewer. Sometimes I use real letters and sometimes I just make them up. . . whichever is easier to make the episode entertaining. I know I'd talk about why they are named so at some point, and this was a good opportunity. Bottle Monster's childhood story was inspired by a Japanese folklore which involves an old couple that picked up a giant peach from the river, cut it open and found a baby inside, and raised the kid who eventually became a hero in Japan. In fact, [the truth about cialis] the Momotaro-san song was actually one of the very first song that I learned how to sing. My grandma's generation lived through a period where Taiwan was governed by Japan so she taught me some Japanese songs when I was little, but this was the only song I remembered. I can still sing that song today. Ah, the truth about cialis she was such a loving person. :-) I drink a lot of water when I am at work. It not only keeps my hydrated, but also helps me think, so there are often quite a few empty bottles on my desk. One day I thought, hey, why don't I build a robot out of the bottles? So I did. And then a few weeks later I thought, hey, I could use this guy in one of my episodes! And so it happened. Bottle Monster the truth about cialis, Bobby and Moostifer were originally built for the show put on by . I wrote a sketch called "Accent Elimination for Animals" and part of what Bobby Moostifer did in the sketch was singing to the tune of "Amazing Grace". The lyrics go as follows: Amazing Grass, how sweet the lawn. It's the food I like to chew. . . " When Myha wrote in a letter about losing weight, I thought it would be the perfect chance to introduce the two characters that like to talk about eating grass all the time. The original design was that they are the experts for everything that Mac and Cheese and Bottle Monster go to when they don't know something, though that device is really not used that often. When you are writing episodes week after week, it's easy to deviate from your original design, but hey, that's also part of the fun! Related posts:


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