19 Dec 2006

"Tell me tell me is life just a playground Think you're the real deal honey And someone'll always look out for you But wake up baby You're so totally deluded You'll end up old and lonely If you don't get a bullet in your head."
It's pantomime Season Kids
Once upon a time in a land not so far away there once was a man who fell in love with a beautiful woman. Her hair was like the golden fields in august before the harvest time and her skin was the colour of lightly toasted almonds (hey it's dinnertime and I'm hungry) and her smile lit up the darkness of the man's empty life . Now being a shy man this person decided not to tell the woman how he felt out of the misguided notion that he had no chance anyway and owed loads of money to loads of people and wished to treat the lady to more than a quick trip to the chip shop and a bottle of cherryade. (What can I say I'm Buttons). Working alongside were two trusted friends (Ugly Sisters), whom the man decided to let in on this notion that he was in love with the beautiful woman. These friends muttered to themselves "what a good joke this would make". So from that day onwards they dedicated themselves to the pursuit of winding the beautiful woman up with tales of all the man had said of her beauty and how much he loved her from afar although in his heart he knew she would never be his and had said nothing more than 'good morning' or 'you looked nice at the christmas party'.
This went on for ages and ages and before long the man found a note deriding the fact that the beautiful woman had found another written by the trusted friend with the awful breath. This broke the man's heart, not just for the fact that she would never be his after all but for the reason that the friend with the dog's breath didn't have the balls to own up or say sorry for the note like an adult. The man with the broken heart died from that day onwards.
Still the joke wasn't finished for the ugly sisters as they continued to wind the beautiful woman up until she felt the need to complain to the kings. The man was summoned to the palace whereupon he was made to feel he was unwanted. So with a heavy heart and feeling lower than he'd ever done before, the man left. Leaving behind his other 'better' friends and others' well wishes and vowed to enjoy christmas and that if he saw the ugly sisters in the street they'd better cross the road.
And everyone else lived happily ever after.

http://rapidshare.com/files/8134846/MMcL-DR.rar Duck Rock (Requested Repost)
http://rapidshare.com/files/8139133/MMcL_WFST-BGGBTS.rar Duck Rock Revisited http://rapidshare.com/files/8142200/TB-LIB_N_.rar The Beatles - Let It Be Naked



Anonymous said...

Those fuckers...

TheUpsetter1969 said...

I would have accepted "It's behind you" or "Oh no it isn't oh yes it is." etc but "Those Fuckers" may indeed catch on in panto theatres across the land. :)