Saturday, 15 May 2010

Good news about a future kitchen

  • Wmmvrrvrrmm was overjoyed to know that his friend Peter has accepted the fact that it will possibly be some months before he sees his new kitchen.
  • Peter is supposed to have a new kitchen built by someone recommended to him by his lodger, however the person managed to demolish the whole kitchen and take everything out but his head fell apart before he could put a new one in. This may be because the kitchen man is a possible crackhead or something completely insane like that. He left his tools behind so it's a genuine reason whatever it is. Peter has been living off takeaways for the last few weeks, but has thought about investing in a calor gas cooker to cook in his living room, he can toast bread on the fire but has also thought also about cooking on an open bonfire in the back garden, cooking such things as sausages and baked potatoes in tin foil, maybe he might go hunting for local animals such as squirrels and anyone's pets that crawl into his back garden going back to nature as it were, hunting as men did in ancient times. Time will see, but often it doesn't.
  • Wmmvrrvrrmm always looks forwards to hearing about more intolerably odd scenarios in Peter's existence and that Peter finds a way to tolerate them. Some of them are unbearably too odd for Wmm to even remember at this time, one couldn't even dream up half of them by consuming vast amounts of cheese before bedtime.

Monday, 3 May 2010

Hugo Weaving sighting synchronised with Anna Kavan Book

  • Okay, today I was in Foyles bookshop minding my own business when suddenly walking into the poetry section was a tall man who looked a bit like the man who played Elrond in Lord of the Rings, the inspector in The Wolfman and well was the main villain in Matrix. I was wondering if it was really him or not because he looked almost non-descript behind his glasses, his jaw was relaxed and indeed I couldn't remember his name.
  • I walked over to the Anna Kavan section in the fiction books because I am interested in her dream like novels at this present time and picked up her book The Parson and opened a page where I noticed the words "she weaves the tor into her fantasies" and I looked at that rather puzzled wondering what to make of this book and whether I should buy a copy and suddenly thought, "ah yes, Hugo Weaving". A few minutes later he walked off, I studied his profile and noticed the definite unmistakeable Hugo Weaving jaw as he walked out

Saturday, 1 May 2010

Misreading of the day

  • Wmm took a look at the BBC news headline "Weather hampers US oil clean-up" and kept misreading it as "Wesley Stamper uses oil cleaner", this being one of his online friends.