December 05, 2004

THE ABSURDITY OF LIFE

well, here i am in heathrow airport, killing massive amounts of time after arriving stupidly early for my flight to kenya (v exciting!) after a ridiculous week of erratum and embarrassment, i decided to spend MY LAST NIGHT IN TOWN in the ever-classy bar 'debonair' (sounds vaguely like 'void of despair' for a good reason) in south leamington. as predicted, this was a bit of a mistake. the night was declared over after some south leam loon put her hand on my thigh and breathed 'thank you so much for everything you've done for my son.' good stuff! i'm quite glad to be in the relatively normal world of the airport now..it's all very 'the terminal' but thankfully without tom hanks. and i had an amazing train journey which allowed me to listen to two ridiculous chavs talking absolute nonsense whilst putting on so much makeup that it seemed they were applying blackface…perhaps in preparation for the formation of a chav minstrel show?
anyway, more posts after holiday! have a good time!

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