I'm filling out job applications like a madman. To make it more interesting for myself, I now fill them out in reverse, then reverse that, fill in every other page, go from bottom to top, and/or follow the blocks around like pieces in a Tetris game. There's very little variation in the content of the applications (aside from the few that wanted to know about my elementary schools and the "program pursued" in them or how they went about educating me, and those who want to know if they can contact my schools).
I require an envelope with no flowers on it, no butterflies present, and no bumblebees busy making honey. I desire a simple, white, formal, and business-like method of sealing items off to send. I've filled out the Otakon Artist's Alley form, and (once I obtain an envelope) I'll send it in tomorrow with the required fees when I go out to drop this batch of applications off and pick up another round.
I'm gonna make it out of this with my sanity intact, dude. One summer should not be able to destroy what I've done in the past year. I'm taking you on, inertia!!
When I was little, I answered the rhetorical question "why do I love you?" with the phrase, "Mice fly in the sky." I also drew a mouse dangling from a kitestring. Go me.