By KEVIN SMITH”I had always wanted to be a writer.
And I had a lot of fun writing for TV shows and movies and stuff.
I got to write a movie called Bon Bon, which was about the candy shop where we all grew up in.”
That’s when I started writing about pop culture.
And then I thought, I can do this.
It’s just what I love.
But then, as the years went by, I was like, ‘Man, I’m gonna have to make a living from it.
I’m not gonna be a successful writer, because I don’t know how to do it.
So, I have to sell it.’
And it’s a lot easier to sell things that you enjoy doing, which is writing.
I just started doing it, and then I started working on other things.
“So what’s your take on this “Sour Candy” phenomenon?”
You know, I think it’s cool to do, you know, a book and just write a little bit.
But, you’re not supposed to be in a book club, you can’t be on Instagram, you just have to do a bit of it.
But the thing is, I want to write as much as I can.
And, you do have to work for it, because you don’t have that much time, and you’re still in a TV show or a movie.
So that’s what I’m doing.
But it’s been fun.
I’ve never been a big fan of the “Soured” craze, but I did go to a pop-up restaurant called BonBon last week and bought a $20,000 cake, and that was one of the perks of going to the restaurant.
So I bought a bunch of other things, too.
I don’t like the word “sour,” but it’s kind of a thing where you have to say, ‘I love sour candies.
I don’ want to do something that I hate.’
But I don, and I can’t do anything.
And it was fun.
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