Some overheard and misheard snatches of cafe conversation…

But first…
Dulltown, Europe: Today’s fine old expletive is ‘Ads Zookers!’ – from the 17th century, a corruption of ‘God’s hooks’ (fingernails). Come on dear reader, let’s start using it again!
‘My phone’s gone dead!… Ads Zookers! Right in the middle of the Archbishop’s call!…’

‘A near side bolt!…’
‘Sort of left field.’
‘It was an external nom-card.’
‘Get a new world Peter!’
‘So involved in pre-po wet readers.’
‘Albini festival with knobs it in.’
‘A coward is not black or white all round.’
‘No, I don’t think that’s what is was Peter.’
‘It’s human impartial engineering.’
‘I was sat there thinking it was yeah…’
‘Four hours of beeping hair!’
‘She had a rom-lob table?’
‘Having the wig by the next day.’
‘Or is it a case of power-money?’
‘Go punk?…’
‘Invest in going down in it?’
‘Or forward in a weak direction?’
‘A lot more inclined to lay down for him.’
‘Criminal jewellery!’
‘Could have had a good shake at it!’
‘Eat first, then rock the boat Steven.’
‘I could face one this week.’
‘An angle-tool visitor?’
‘Young pup!… Get it?’

If you belong to a poetry group, you could, if you like, take a copy of this with you next time you go, and read it out to them in a loud pompous voice.

About Dave Whatt

Grumpy old surrealist artist, musician, postcard maker, bluesman, theatre set designer, and debonair man-about-town. My favourite tools are the plectrum and the pencil...
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