Miss B, are you implying that you've overcome your pause in blogging by now writing naked? And are sneezing as a result?Good to see you back and ambiguous as ever post-blogopause.
Oh dear, no I'm not implying that at all. Am I?It's more your meta: "odd-spot-lit-link and odd search-request doth make a post" reflection, that's all.Good to see you back, Zeppo.
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Glad you're back B. Just checked a couple of erroneously-acronymed ACHOO links and was moved to consider a causal connection between sunlight and soul expulsion.
"Bless you", L.Medina. Always nice to have spam-sounding comments like that. Yes LB, gotta love the erroneous fields of google enquiry, and where it can lead. Some of those 'Bless You in other languages' sound onomatopoeic, though I think the Persion (here rendered in squares) looks interesting.Which reminds me that I get a few hits (page 2) via How to fold a Man's Hankerchief. Squarely I guess.
Err... that's the less erroneous Handkerchief of course.
I'm not sure I want to know which authors write in the buff: I'm wincing already.
But Hankerchief works too. This is the person responsible for all of the man's longings. "Fold" in this context might mean "give in to".
A meme: the 5 writers one would most like to contemplate writing in the buff, & the 5 least.
s'ok Tigtog, the linkage is pix free, if that reduces the wince factor.LB: Or to transcend?you gotta know when to fold em.Great idea, Dick. Hmmmmm...I just saw SylviaMaybe Ted Hughes/James Bond...?Maybe biopics.Maybe Poets.
I think that composing a sentence while nude would definitely have an affect on writing style.'dick' - one of my lists for you begins with Michael Palin and the other begins with Colleen McColough.
Definitely Ted. Maybe Scott. Perhaps Paul Auster.Dick, the second list sounds a bit like those SBS ads on the backs of buses. Not very noice....
I imagine (figuratively speaking) that many Melburnian writers (and bloggers) have been tempted to write in the raw this week.
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