Thursday, July 27, 2006

Dear Costume Goddess...

What can you recommend for a tall, pear-shaped dancer? I mean in terms of belt-shaping, but also the overall ensemble. The 10-yard skirt, bra, belt thing is cool, but I'd like to try something different. I love those groovy deMille-type panel skirts but my saddlebags don't. Help?

--Apples & Oranges

Pear Shaped reading

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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Another one bites the dust

She served us well - but now it's time to let her go

Hopefully she will find a new home unlike her predecessor who was cremated in Edinburgh by disgruntled locals.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

The Rare Patagonian Toothfish

Two Biddies Go To Gozo

A Two Biddies travelogue involving Billy Biddy and Biddy Biddy aka The Three Biddies (although one of them is usually missing) in which case they are known internationally as "The Two Biddies" tell us about the delights of Gozo - a small island surrounded by water not far from Malta which is another small island (also surrounded by water) although slightly larger - but only in size.

Billy and Biddy are actually identical giblets. To the untrained eye Billy is far more identical than Biddy but being a lady she doesn't hold it against him. He doesn't hold it against her either because in some countries that's illegal.

YouTube - The Two Biddies Go To Gozo

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Comedy For The Masses

Fitzroy Tavern, 16a Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London W1

Enquiries 07831 497091 Venue 0207 580 3714
Every Wednesday Adm £5 Doors 8pm Show 8 30pm

MC's Brian Damage and Krysstal with Anthony Miller & Jimbo proudly present stand up comedy from: Colin Owens, Jamie Goodwin, Steve Forbes, Carl Donnelly, Gordon Cunniff, Richard Amero, Martine Pepper, Lisa Marks, Joseph Wilson, Dangerous T, David Meech, Brendan Naughton,+ Live banjo musak from Al Banjolino

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Oliver's Poetry

Oliver's Poetry

Publish Your Own Pottery

you probably won't believe this
but it's absolutely true
i'm a bleedin' poet
oobie doobie doo

anyone can do it
if you've got the time to spare
all you need is a pen and pad
and a little bit up there

find yourself a dictionary
with loads of words and that
pick some words and tear 'em out
and chuck 'em in a hat

it helps if you can read and write
and rhyme a little bit
cos it you can't you'll look a twat and your bleedin' poem will be all over the place and it won't scan and the whole thing will be a waste of time.

brian (wordsworth) damage