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Saw something today that made me think, 'Bloody hell that's a bit cheeky.' A handpainted sign inside someone's garden that said 'Free Hardcore'. Then I realised it meant the rubble from broken masonry also known as 'hardcore' - Yikes! Makes you wonder if some guy went there in dark-glasses and grubby raincoat only to emerge carrying smashed bricks in a plain brown paper bag. Surrealist pornography or what? Next thing you know, the newsagent will be storing 'Home and Garden' on the top shelf.
'Look at the brickwork on that - phwooar!'
'Yeah, but check the slates on this one.'
(Got to be a story in there - heh!)

Okay back to slightly more realistic stuff, bought a paper today that exclusively advertises employment in the North-West. Apparently the 'North-West' only applies to Manchester, Wakefield and bloody Liverpool! Completely unrealistic for moi and this rag cost me 2 quid. In a free newspaper I found two job opportunities - go figure eh?

In a kind of limbo at the moment, not officially finished at university until next month, but nothing left to do except look for jobs and when asked, 'what level degree did you get?' reply 'dunno.'

Oh well, take care y'all


In five hundred years time, most of us will be forgotten dust. But Hitler will still be remembered, God loves irony.

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The following comments are for "Free Hardcore and Life after Uni"
by Ogg

Free Hardcore
This made me laugh.

Reminded me of something I posted recently on one of Pen's threads, which was about when I was a kid, during my regular Sunday drives with my parents, I started noticing there were an awful lot of signs around that read; FILL DIRT WANTED...I used to wonder who Phil Dirt was and what he was wanted for? I noticed that these wanted signs were everywhere, in just about every town my parents drove through...Wow, I thought to myself, "somebody wants Phil Dirt really bad"! Then I began to notice that there were signs for FREE FILL DIRT going around...and I thought it was good that Phil Dirt must have been captured and now he had friends who wanted to get him out of kidding. That was the inner workings of my 9 year old mind or was that 8? Can't remember.

Back to your poem; I like that your imagination took you to the possibility of surrealist pornography! haha!

I take it since this posting that you've had lots of time off to discover and ponder upon more delightful finds such as this, hope so.


( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: October 11, 2007 )

Hi Lena
I'm always looking around for accidental funnies. Example, in May this year (before the nanny state's total ban on smoking). I saw the following two notices atop each other on a restaurant door. 'Fire Door' and 'Thank You For Not Smoking'.

( Posted by: Ogg [Member] On: October 27, 2007 )

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