21 Nov 2004, Comments (0)

Woe is us

Author: Helen


A wonderful voice has shooshed across the blogosphere and disappeared.


But this cheered me up no end. Thanks to Daily Flute and Sedgwick for putting on this historic meeting.

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  • Sedgwick says:

    As boynton has already mentioned a reprise would be good.

    Now that we have discovered (royal plural optional) that none of Thursday night’s crew have two heads or eat their peas off other people’s knives, the idea has legs for me. (Cheap ‘legless’ jokes have been placed on the interchange bench.)

    Somewhere down the not too distant track. I like picnic lunches. Hanging Rock anyone? (I contend that you can’t lose enough private school gels.)

    Don’t know how come the Flautist had enough breath left to brave the white noise of Sydney Grogblogging after having been led into dim dark bowels of Melbourne night-life by Nabakov until near sparrows’ fart.

    Dammit, I was tucked up in bed with Yasmin, Afet, Umay and Sarila well before midnight. (There may have been more, I tend to be selectively and studiously innumerate under such circumstances.)

  • mallrat says:

    Next time i CAN eat peas off someone else’s knife.
    i was just getting round to it when the Parthenon II sang its siren song.
    Who are Yasmin et al, Sedge? I’m green with envy.
    Good to meet you, cast iron woman.

  • Sedgwick says:

    Yasmin et Al, Afet et Al, Umay et Al and Sarila et Al are sirens of a verdant hue. I was all at sea in their entiley enviable beautiful pea-green boats. (But most morishly moorish.)

  • Flute says:

    Nabakov is a bad bad man.

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