Turning Japanese?

Maeve Russet Hawthorne

27 September 2003 23:34

Re: feckin potato rompers clogging amid the stoneyards

turns out it wasn't wings, really although, an antique Japanese book of lithos, of birds and beasts in narrow vertical panels.. finches in flight and the occasional duck  but no seagulls... the cover is in blue silk in a trifold manner with tiny ivory spears which hold the book closed by being inserted into little loops on the spine. altogether a kind gift from  my girl on the anniversary of my 59th trip around the sun.... for lunch today I had some brown rice with soya and watched a hokey  docu on Nepal.. shiva et cetera   gads they spend all day throwing flowers at statues and killing goats... and chanting and clanging bells  a noisy clamour.. I would imagine, the serene Japanese ( amid the smog) chilling out among the cherry blossoms and thinking about the next painting or egg roll. Maggie is planning to return to this colony and get her master/ mistress at Concordia and haul her little pest exterminator   boyfriend back.. I wanted to ask her about his dick.. you know... size and all that, but havn't yet..one of my sisters went out with a dwarf one time in Toronto.. that made me wonder too...and she, being a tall, pale hothouse type . interesting.....don't you wonder?

Vile Jelly

28 September 2003 08:36

About men's dicks ..... not usually.
Oddly enough, we are having to do an artyfartys buffet today on top of everything else. I am not thinking about paintings, there are no egg rolls involved and my thoughts are not serene!

Maeve Russet Hawthorne

02 October 2003 02:09

oh dear Paul...  I have named the little Junco Herodotus..

what arteests are these.. did they like your grub?  were they real bohemians or fakes?  hey I heard a cool song after a Crocodile Dundee movie... something about " she gave me a vegemite sandwich".... and "I'm from the land downundah"  dooo dooo dee doo.. etc. know this tune?  Maybe this will brighten up your day... a vegemite sandwich..  M

Vile Jelly

02 October 2003 17:13

Fakers to a man, woman and manwoman!
PS. It's called Down Under (surprisingly) and it's by a band called Men At Work. It was a big hit here in the 80's. We used to play it in the kitchen for Rabbit (see Sloop section of SSI).
Apparently, Vegemite is much the same as Marmite in which case ..... Bleagh, no thanks!

Maeve Russet Hawthorne

03 October 2003 00:26

ya... that's them all right. ever see The Young Einstein with Yahoo Serious....? or same guy in the Ned Kelly Gang...lots of  fun.may cheer you. ..

Vile Jelly

03 October 2003 09:45

Young Eisenstein? Lordy that was many moons ago. Thought it was funny but he never realised his full Potemkin!
Actually, I think I saw virtually everything that came out in the 80's due to a surfeit of time (misspent yoof) and a fascination with beer, late nights and these new-fangled VHS thingies.
Ah, the good old 80's. We didn't have to worry back then whether the UK was being run by a power-obsessed megalomaniac and the USA by a power-obsessed halfwit ..... we knew they were!

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