dolores666

dolores666

Posted on 09/16/2014


Photo taken on September 16, 2014


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JapaneseMiss2.2

JapaneseMiss2.2
Ecco! (or, in this case, soko ni!). The second in the Feral Girls series. She brings you the Ripe Red Tomatoes of Retribution. Let them rot nicely and throw them at the Meat Puppets. They stick like glue and the smell lingers for the longest time. Or just make chutney.

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Steve Bucknell
Steve Bucknell
I never liked "Turning Japanese" by The Vapors, though the lyrics are clever...sometning about "I'll be your cyclone Lone Ranger"? But I worshipped Siouxsie and Hong Kong Gardens, so I'm having that as my soundtrack for this. Feral girl full of defiance and glorious retribution...and a fruit and veg stall on the market, too, probably...
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.
dolores666 has replied to Steve Bucknell
I never knew the full song, but going by the opening lines I though it sounded a riot. As for Siouxsie, HKG...what can I say in my defence, m'lud? There are these ginormous gaps in my cultural frame of reference, you see, the size of a titanic pothole. In fact the damned thing resembles a Swiss cheese more than a frame, but there you have it. One is what one is and there's no point in flogging an indiffrent horse.
I'm sure your choice of soundtrack will be just right. You know your onions and now you know these tomatoes. Long live veggies!!!
3 years ago.
Steve Bucknell has replied to dolores666
Somebody said to me the other day that tomatoes were the "fruits of the devil", surprising for a woman whose diet consists of five different fruits for breakfast, half a bar of chocolate plus coffee for lunch and a baked potato and iceberg lettuce for tea ( because iceberg lettuce keeps longer.) She looks well on it, but eats wildly when she is out. She had pasta and chips for lunch. I'm not sure this has anything to do with anything, but I needed to tell someone.
3 years ago.
dolores666 has replied to Steve Bucknell
'ere! I though tomatoes were called "love apples"!?!
As for telling me about your funky-dieting friend...why not? We all need unburdening ourselves, now & again, don't we? You're most welcome to babble to me any day. :-)
3 years ago.