A few overheard and misheard snatches of cafe conversation…

But first…
Dulltown, Europe: Today’s heraldic term is ‘counterpotent’ – one of the heraldic furs – a bit like ‘potent’, but with the shapes rearranged. (Heraldic furs)
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‘Don’t have a problem with 9.30…’
‘Evil talking…’
‘The old days of gruff.’
‘Plant edge – last think?’
‘Seen stuff will always go on…’
‘Nigel Paln?’
‘It’s ‘orses f’courses!…’
‘Bog standard lender-later.’
‘All these bloody receipt plaques!’
‘9.30 might change…’
‘Oonie-tap and your commitment…’
‘Our Marion and absolute control.’
‘Nelgo-Ditsun?…’
‘Melba-Sanaway shaped?’
‘Helpful?… No!…’
‘I’m not lending the songs now…’
‘A sinner engagement?’
‘This is a knot-form Jerry.’
‘Leading the reins, is what I’m tryna say…’
‘We’ll chisel before we go.’
‘Damn gruelling!…’
‘Copey resters, so I don’t actually know.’
‘You and Dave been four annoyed?’
‘My diary exploded so quick.’
‘There’s nothing worse, I wouldn’t dare!’
‘Just what would Neil feel?’
‘No, and I’m not having Gracie!’
‘That length is more or less…’
‘Kathleen joined the dots easily.’
‘Engaging the wrong people if we’re not careful’
‘What about that 9.30?’

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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