Saturday, March 9, 2013

Judging a book

This was another cap back I owed for the legendary Dee. I liked the thought of a stuffy nerdy small business owner who doesn't want to look low brow in front of his customers. And when certain types of people dressed to express come in he takes it as a direct connection and feels like his small customer base id judging him. What he doesn't see is he is the judge, jury and executioner of the girls that try to frequent his store and his manhood.

As for the song I think it speaks for itself. I love Counting Crows. I think their music is some of my favorite. But this song surprised me on the album when it came out. Imagine me listening through to here "I wish I was a girl so you could believe me..." I had to do a double take on it.

I hope you all enjoy this cap as much as I did making it. I would love to know what you think so go ahead and leave a comment.

xoxoxo Katie

1 comment:

  1. I can totally see Dee, owning a bookshop. It would be very interesting to see if she limits her genres to her own liking. Come to think of it, that would probably mean less limits.
    The caption is great, love the story.
    You make a very good point, with people judging others, based on how they look. And as a result they don't behave in a way they themselves believe in, but react in a way they assume is expected from them. I know I did in the past, and I doubt there are many who can say they didn't.
    At least I learned over the years NOT to go on the first impression I get from people. While it can be right in some cases, to most people there's more than meets the eye. I nowadays look at people different. They are part of how they are on the inside, and part of how they behave. We can only see part of the latter unless someone opens up. They are not my perception of them, because of that I'm constantly working on my image I have of people, and it's never done.
    Counting Crows, I like a lot of their music as well, and probably for the same reasons as you, this one stands out. I did play it more often than most of their songs.