here i am practising for eternity or whatever (as always, click on pic for engorgement — photograph by Mick, Artistic Director of Mane in Bristol). this photo reminds me of Christine's suggestion for my next poll, sump'n i haven't yet decided on (not which poll but if another). i mean, i'd wanna post it and shit but seeing the results of the first one is kinda like a chronic reality check, sump'n i need badly cause in all truth, i feel i've way overstayed my welcome here on Planet Earth, so thanks, folks! it's been totally real and stuff, bye-eeeee! ;-)
*sigh* oops, i mean LOL, *snigger* what was i saying again? right, Christine's excellent suggestion for a poll:
'What would be your fave (or preferred) way to die in a natural disaster?'
hmmm... i guess we're looking for the natural disaster which the most people believe to hold the least amount of fear and pain. the choices would be:
a) freezing to death
d) suffocation (like from an earthquake).
i decided to leave off my fave mode of dying cause it's not a natural disaster: the easy-peasey, rather pleasant (though chickenshit) one-way journey to permanent oblivion: death by overdose. hang on... do y'all think this topic is like, too um... morbid? if your answer's Yes, thank your godz you don't know me. if No, then keep those virtual cards and letters coming cause we wanna get to know you better (we've got ideas). *giggles*
*cough* on the seriousity front, more Role Model Show details and photos as soon as i can be bothered. in other news, Kate practically moved in thursday night but we decided that before we kill each other — i blame the drugs, of course. and the damn booze — we should look for a larger flat and this'll happen on wednesday evening, after what's become our (almost) fortnightly ritual: a dual session at Holey Skin followed by Lunch Noms No. 5 at the Hatchet (or maybe it's number 6). anyway, happy weekend and peace out, yo. :-)
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