To make a Dadaist poem:

Take a newspaper.
Take a pair of scissors.
Choose an article as long as you are planning to make your poem.
Cut out the article.
Then cut out each of the words that make up this article and put them in a bag.
Shake it gently.
Then take out the scraps one after the other in the order in which they left the bag.
Copy conscientiously.
The poem will be like you.
And here are you a writer, with a sensibility that is charming though beyond the understanding of the vulgar.

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@ciaosonqua no , quello è un cadavre exquis ossia il cadavere squisito ,gioco surrealista .

Si prende un foglio e si scrive una frase . Alla persona successiva verrà detta l'ultima parola che serve o da soggetto per la nuova frase o la sua continuazione . Questo si , necessariamente in gruppo.

hell, black magic, satan, baphomet, worse, ugly, bad 

this but with the voice of your primary school art teacher

hell, black magic, satan, baphomet, worse, ugly, bad 

@Anti_Edipo "fun"fact: This is what West German art teachers did with children by default and then they graded it.

As a german I remember having to learn the letters by cutting them out of newspapers one by one.... It was terribly tedious. It was homework to bring your cut out collection of that specific letter to class. I don't know how they graded it, maybe pile height in centimeters.

@Ayior @Anti_Edipo
ii honestly still can't really voluntarily cut anything out of paper. we had to do it all the time, through all the subjects and the younger the more and more and "colourful" and "that's so much fun!" and you make yourself
hands broken for some lying crap the elementary school teacher found pedagogically great.

I can see, this has caused long lasting damage on you.

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