The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 1 August 1988

Some Like It Hot


AUGUSt by Ritcherd Jon Winterfood

1988

 

‘Ecstasy of Gold’ – Ennio Morricone


 

Flash writes:

HOWL

 

Me: 

YAHGA!  HONGA!  NING!

We’ve got it all!  All of it!  Tonnes and years!  All of it!

YOWGA!  YONGA!

BBBBWOOOO

 

I’m off to put the record of it on, while we wash up…

 

ALL OF IT!

ALL!

EVERY BIT

 

Flash writes:

 

SCREEECH

 

Back to me:

 

‘I LOVE HER!’

i.e. someone I loved when I was 12!!!

 

yibble … yong … wee…

 

M&Ms!

 

Flash writes:

WBBLLBLBL

Back to me:

 

TRY THE OTHER TAPE, FLASH!

 

A man cast in half a white shadow…

 


 

Later:

 

‘Trust Me’ – SWANS



 

FINISHED WATCHING THE BISHOP’S WIFE AND FOUND AN ACE OLD VIDEO!  WHAT ACE VID?  MARILYN MONROE IN SOME LIKE IT HOT.  WONDERFUL.  JOY TO THE WORLD!

 

THINK NAT IS ACTING DODGY.  WHY SHE ODD?

 




 

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