My No.1: ‘Performance’ – Japan
Hello! Welcome to Thursday, folks! How’s tricks?
Magic? Eh? Eh?
Magic? Eh? Eh?
Reader: FUCK OFF!
MR WATSON – FEED THE WORLD!
And now, as an added bonus, I present a brand new piece of theatrical extravagance…
by Jez DeCarlo and Ritcherd Winterfood.
(Scene: College corridor.
Solitary, clad in black, hair over their faces, Ritcherd and ROGER are looking as miserable as possible.
ENTER a dead happy Sheeny* STUDENT.)
Oh, come on! Cheer up, it may never happen.
RITCHERD & ROGER:
Fuck off, Sheeny!
(STUDENT promptly gobbed to death by irate Ritcherd and ROGER.)
* ‘Sheeny’: Trendy/Casual/Smoothy. As in: I’m so smooth you could ski off me. Smooth, polished = use of Mr Sheen: Sheeny!
Today, Roger and I dossed a lot. Notable by her absence from the Common Room was Wendy. Roger and I were wondering what her answer might be. Later, when I was in lesson, Roger spoke to her and she seemed embarrassed, but her friends said she ought to go out with me. In the Common Room later, her friends dragged her over to Roger and me. I didn’t know what to say. Neither did she. So we split our ways. Later, Roger asked her out for me as I got on the bus to come home. She said ‘YES’!
Roll on, tomorrow…
'Angel Eyes' – Roxy Music
It’s 8.37pm and I’m worried. I think there’s something desperately wrong at Flash’s end of the world. He still hasn’t replied to my letters, and just now my ‘Party of the Century: Feb 14th’ Situation poster (which I designed) has just fallen down off the wall. It may sound stupid, but I’m scared. Honestly. I hope everything’s okay. It’s just that everything seems like a bad omen. Flash?! If ever I felt he was in danger, or that I was ‘losing’ him, it’s now. I’d like to ring him, but something’s holding me back. Let everything be okay.
‘FLASH! RING ME…
WRITE TO ME…
TELL ME EVERYTHING’S OKAY!’
IS GORDON OKAY??
[it transpires that this was, in fact, an omen of things to come… - Future Ritcherd ]
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