Some overheard and misheard snatches of cafe conversation…

But first…
Dulltown, UK: Today’s weather will feature high granite boulders rolling in from the west, moist precipitates catching shoulders, cats crouching in doorways, and a rumble of blueness towards the evening.

‘A card evening?…’
‘No no no!’
‘Uh uh-uh uh…’
‘Priss and a medal life.’
‘He was polking and watching it Jo…’
‘Dulcify those movie tiles?’
‘Roger, I really did get a spiral!’
‘Formalong share think you?…’
‘It was a butcher’s ‘no’.’
‘Uplight-uplight, see if it works for you.’
‘It was a party wet-night when it came to it.’
‘A sex one, just follow the curve Steven.’
‘Now just go one and one!’
‘Some spaniel dates?’
‘Getting by, springing the lets…’
‘Gob struck, no pandy-work, and a bra.’
‘A house smell like what?…’
‘I use a wasp – whoo!…’
‘It was faithless intercept patchwork.’
‘Calm down rubber snorkel!’
‘Looking forward to mengineering?’
‘Bults! Dairy tea sups, eagle dare.’
‘Goose thinning – yes, don’t you hear it?’
‘Thank you nobody!…’
‘Pearl Roobeck is clear after lunch.’
‘In the same day she looked like Mehan.’
‘Reality of morning – pockets, trousers, all the way through.’


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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8 Responses to Some overheard and misheard snatches of cafe conversation…

  1. I wonder what a “Butchers “no” is? Does he slam down the back end of a carcass onto his block, for emphasis? Or maybe he wields a mighty cleaver above his head as he shouts “NO!!!!!”. Either way, I’ll be sure to be very polite to my butcher from now on. 😀

  2. Rebecca says:

    Maybe a butcher’s ‘no’ gives you an extra denial, like a baker’s dozen?

  3. Claudia says:

    ‘Calm down rubber snorkel!’…I can’t even start to figure that one out..unless one person was calling the other a rubber snorkel..which is the most creative use of those two words I’ve heard in a while..

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