Still getting surprised by the inventiveness of the MixMaster ...This is from the latest edition of the mixmastered age
Comments: latest mix
My eye flicks across the page between the two snaps. You could make a living out of makeup tips...
Posted by David Tiley at January 23, 2004 12:29 PM
Only with a magic generator. Alas - or as I now prefer, Wa la wa.
btw Sadly this is probably the last day of that lovely phrase popping up in the mix. It was from a site I forgot to link to: Instant Old English.
and means "Woe etc!"
I'm fast adopting it as a catch phrase.
Posted by boynton at January 23, 2004 12:48 PM
its a great phrase.. perfect for Tarbrush Chittagong as he is deported.. (now that's obscure.)
Posted by David Tiley at January 23, 2004 12:50 PM
Seductively time wasteful the old Sunbeam Mixmaster.
Posted by Sedgwick at January 23, 2004 10:51 PM
Ah - what a mix.
Yes indeed it's a rather seductive thing.
But then I do find the old Sunbeam Mixmaster seductive too. In fact ... a friend of mine... once wrote a play that featured a Mixmaster who happened to be quite seductive.
Posted by boynton at January 23, 2004 11:01 PM
"The Sunbeam Sirens" starring Corinella MacPherson? Think I saw it. I was in Row 7. Lashed to Seat 4. With earplugs.
Or possibly Colonel Mustard. In the library. With the candlestick.
Not sure, after all it was the 60s when everything was hazy and when "even the the orgestra was booyudiful". (Apart from the piano player. But he was taken outside and shot.)
Posted by Sedgwick at January 24, 2004 08:39 AM
No, Colonel, this play was performed a couple of decades after the hazies.
And the Mixmaster was a Man. And he was played very seductively by a world-"beater".
Posted by boynton at January 24, 2004 09:12 AM
"a couple of decades after the hazies."
When the hell did they happen?! It's still 1965 over in this neck of the woods.
Posted by Sedgwick at January 24, 2004 09:43 AM
Bye, I'm off now to the Vic market. I'll pick up a weisswurst for you. Do you want it with sauerkraut and onion, plain or wholemeal roll?
Now that is something that hasn't changed over the decades.
Posted by Sedgwick at January 24, 2004 09:48 AM