Lady's Chattery Blubber!


[WARNING: Give yourselves a couple of stiff drinks, engage your psychic lobes and try to maintain two streams of consciousness simultaneously.

That is the only way that what follows will make even the vaguest sense!]

Maeve Russet Hawthorne

23 May 2003 23:28

licorice choices

is that the famous Bassetts allsorts?  gads... I loved the yello coconut ones with the licrich centre.. what is your favourite?        how strange?  speaking of strange    when did you last see The Sheltering Sky? M

Vile Jelly

24 May 2003 09:04

Of course. Personally I was only a big fan of the plain ones. As mentioned before (weren't you paying attention?) I can't stand coconut!

Maeve Russet Hawthorne

23 May 2003 23:31

do you know what POSH stands for?

forgot to mention.. the LUGGAGE is fab in Sheltering Sky...... watch for the old guy in the cafe in Morocco?... He is the author of the novel.....and the reason for the story is revealed in these scenes.....

Port Out Starboard Home     M        or Pansies Over Starry Hills........

Vile Jelly

24 May 2003 09:03

Was the luggage classically trained to RADA standards or is it a follower of The Method?
 
And has it done any more films since?

Maeve Russet Hawthorne

24 May 2003 23:29

Re: licorice choices

what do you mean plain.. you mean JUST A CHUNK OF LICRICH?  what about all the great fakery of the colours.. pink blue etc....oh  and the ones that were a rollmop not herrings   only white sugar stuff in a licricey tube.. they were ok...and the ones I didn't like but ate anyhoo were the weird jelly coins covered in blue fly shit granules.    sorry for the face.. had to do it... M

Vile Jelly

25 May 2003 08:36

Oh, don't worry about it. Believe me I've been apologising for my face for years!

Maeve Russet Hawthorne

24 May 2003 23:31

Re: do you know what POSH stands for?

not sure.. though today when in the video store.. thought of getting SKY  but settles for KANGAROO... DH and her (Frieda) in OZ... Judy Davis is F and I think her real lifeer pal  will return this letter shortly

Maeve Russet Hawthorne

24 May 2003 23:39

Re: do you know what POSH stands for?

had to get off the computer and take this one   so DH is played by.....Sam Neill... they have arrived in some burg on the east coast.. Bundaberg maybe.. and move into a cottage named  dewdropin or ? and he of course HATES the whole civilization there and longs for the dark heart of Australia.. anyway.. the scene I love is when she is gabbing over the fence in the backyard  to the very detestable "NEIGHBOURS!" he growls.. see you anon... M

Vile Jelly

25 May 2003 08:36

To be honest, I always thought of DHL as a better parcel carrier than author.
 
Interesting to know that he came up with the idea for the tv soap Neighbours, though.

Maeve Russet Hawthorne

26 May 2003 19:43

Re: licorice choices

what did I say? .. you know I just write ... prattlingaway perambulating and never remember what the hell I say to you?  why would I worry...explain willya

Vile Jelly

27 May 2003 07:50

Oh, you put a smiley in your e-mail (although obviously it appears to have got lost mid-Atlantic in the reply) and said 'sorry for the face'.
 
Didn't know you were a big acid house fan!

Maeve Russet Hawthorne

26 May 2003 19:42

david herbert lawrence

what?    parcels?   the dark gods... see that film Kangaroo sometime... give you some boost against the emmets....

Vile Jelly

27 May 2003 07:50

The parcels that DHL deliver, natch.
 
Although, I initially misheard their business description and once I heard they were a world-wide currier who will deliver anywhere I rang them up and asked them to deliver a chicken jalfrezi, a load of naan peshwari and a bucket of raita!

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