William S. Burroughs

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Burroughs, during one of his many visits to planet Earth.

William Seward Burroughs was a prolific writer who enjoyed killing bugs, shooting H, and communicating with aliens. He was also best friends with drunkard Jack Kerouac and pothead Allen Ginsberg.

Notable novels[edit | edit source]

  • Naked Lunch: Basically Bill listing every dirty word known to mankind.
  • The Soft Machine: A novel about the life of a soft serve ice cream machine.
  • Junky: A cookbook dedicated to cooking with junk food.
  • The Ticket That Exploded: A novel about a poor boy who finds a golden ticket that allows him to tour a dynamite factory.

Illogic facts[edit | edit source]

  • He was a Scientologist until finally rejecting the faith.
  • He would let his grass grow tall and then mow penis-like shapes in the hope that it would attract aliens.
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