I practised beforehand...
Miss Aimee Smith
s4028253 at student.uq.edu.au
Thu May 8 19:35:24 EDT 2003
> > What is everyone's favourite? Or do you have favourites?
>Oh no, it must be (among many others):
>"Go around the Canterbury ring-road, avoiding earthworks at Avebury"...
>"Ox-carts, nose-to-tail from here to the coast"...
Oh I love that one! That is definately one of my favourites.
You brainwasher you!
----- Original Message -----
From: Kathleen Jennings <s368333 at student.uq.edu.au>
Date: Sunday, May 4, 2003 3:10 am
Subject: Re: I practised beforehand...
> > > What is everyone's favourite? Or do you have favourites?
> Oh no, it must be (among many others):
> "Go around the Canterbury ring-road, avoiding earthworks at
> Avebury"..."Ox-carts, nose-to-tail from here to the coast"...
> "The umpire upon whom the sun never sets..."
> "So watch the wall my darling, while the bedstead men go by."
> They're such good songs. And observations on life - whether Australian
> television, or flying when in a wheelchair (my father has indeed been
> through the kitchen entrance on a fork lift - very stately). Or of
> course:"120 pounds excess baggage. In the end we had to leave her
> behind. What was
> she called again? La belle dame sans merci - the beautiful woman
> who never
> says thankyou."
> I have to stop. Usually I collar people, sit them down and make
> them listen
> to the whole lot. I am creating a race of zombies who cannot here
> "Come and
> GET it," without instantly joining in. Bwahaha.
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