Monday, May 02, 2005

more WE LOVE EACH OTHER - From The Guardian Magazine

Reprinted with no permission from The Guardian Weekend Suppliment 30/04/05

The Guardian WE LOVE EACH OTHER 5
THE WEEKEND MAGAZINE: Hmm, so that's how it is in their family.


Patrick & Christine Barrie


Partick I was never very successful with the girls, it might have been the large weeping sores on my face, or because I thought, they were all dirty little whores, and told them so. She was the only one that ever understood. We had grown up together so I never needed to explain myself to her. She reminds me of mother, especially in the bedroom..

Christine I was always protecting him when he would get a beating from the other boys, and sometimes girls. We were ostracized because we were so close. I suppose it is lucky that we do not really look like one another. Our first child had all it’s fingers and toes, which was a relief, she is seven now, it may be time to stop breast-feeding. Although I do love how it feels. Craig Taylor


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10 comments:

edwaado said...

Now I was going to say spoofing this is like shooting fish in a barrel, but this is very funny.

And never mind my Dad's scary cat, check out the latest Dax porn.

edwaado said...

Cakesniffer's gonna love that 'zee' you snuck in there

Sniffy said...

I hate Zs instead of Ss. It gets me so angry that I can feel something twisting inside - and I'm not talking about my colon.

Herge Smith said...

Oh for goodness sake, what does a little 'z' matter, besides I spent my formative years in New Zealand, where it's all about the Z.

Sniffy said...

Ss are just more civilised and polite, not like your hard, jaggedy, nasty Zs. Eeeuuch. It wouldn't go down well at the Women's Institute, that's for sure.

Karen said...

Disturbing. Just disturbing.

:)

Sniffy said...

You see, somebody else who is upset by the use of Zs instead of Ss! I think you should consider editing your post before you cause any more trouble.

Anonymous said...

I love my Zzzzzzz - will be heading that way forthwith.

Jessie said...

I find Zs amusing; I much prefer a casual Z to a stupid X.

boabhan sith said...

*cringing*