Saturday, April 14, 2007

Two Non-Bimbos


They went to see "Treats" at the Garrick.

4 comments:

broomhilda said...

Lovely young ladies.

Knowing your penchant for man-hole covers, I thought this might interest you...

Nivens Manhole Cover Question (which is also the story title, reprinted in the N-Space anthology).

"What can you say about chocolate covered manhole
covers?"

"Unlike chocolate covered biscuits, they hold their form when dunked in coffee.
Finding a coffee cup big enough to have a chocolate-covered manhole cover dunked
in it is left as an exercise for the reader..."
Can this be important.
what does that mean??

In the conservative north-east of England at the turn of the century, great efforts were made to turn people away from "Greek Love". As a result a number of
unusual patents were filed. Some were particularly painful devices (see Vitalogy manuals for references) but the Reverend Greene decided that the best approach was to tempt the sinner away at the moment of evil with a delicious snack. Thus the Chocolate Covered Manhole Cover was born. The success of his venture was never recorded due to scurrilous rumours and fictional scandal, though it is no coincidence that the chocolate digestive became a common retail item.....

Boggins said...

You are an altogether bad person. Thank You for the pollution.

Incidentally, in case you didn't get it, the lady on left is one Bilie Piper who is of course universally loved and probably on course for a damehood.

Mark Gamon said...

Gawd blige guv, yer've put your finger on the nailhead there 'an no mistake. That Dame Billie, she's an national treasure, she is. I can barely contain me soul in patience for 'er forthcoming appearance at the Hitchin Palais de Danse, I don't mind telling you, me old squawk...

Nunfm. A radio station with no content.

Richard said...

I am in the process of paying my annual visit to your pages. I note with interest you were in Fes the very same week I was in Marrakech. This has to be a coincidence of no apparent relevance.