A gridded “O” can’t get much more orderly and “Can I get an order of fries with that?”
I believe these speak for themselves.
A firm “NO” is always a bold statement (especially when accented by such a large period)
and what could be bolder than a solitary white square on a black square assignment?
Note: The background is definitely made of black squares.
Packed together like a rugby scrum or Times Square at New Year’s.
How do you get an ordinary black square to be playful? You make it dance.
Teetering on a cliff
Or facing a bullet
We may have never done either. But we’ve seen people do them in the movies and it always keeps us on the edge of our seat.