Some overheard and misheard snatches of cafe conversation…

But first…
Dulltown, UK/Europe: Today’s ocelot is the one carefully locking her bike up to the railings outside the library. (click)
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‘Tony, it was only a day rotator!’
‘Just a walk down from the fango?…’
‘A spider-wife watch, and playing all the cats.’
‘Then Sally, I watched the needle again…’
‘It was a black chan-shine, so nothing new then…’
‘Probably wouldn’t change you for a wood-happer Brian.’
‘If you found onion given so much, and then a whole week to find?’
‘What? Do-wop digging?…’
‘On a business table Andy! On a business table!’
‘They’ll be letting you wasp your way now…’
‘It was a two gap form – I now work in stock-hold!…’
‘Yes, a wreck-post quake-week, but in a durable setting.’
‘If not, I thought a cloth end would provide chumminess.’
‘Andrea, micro-sap queerness and you’re most welcome.’
‘Clean these a bit low, like me Tony.’
‘More lip-spoon chugging with a small teaspoon?’
‘Got me wallet, got me trident love!…’
‘Hept! Hept! Yes-no aboard!’
‘I was going three-four feathers spotty today!’

For some information on how these lines are compiled., you could click here.

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

  1. “Three-four feather spotty” oh now that’s me to a tee! I’m stealing that one for when someone asks how I am. “Oh I’m three-four feathers spotty today, thanks, and you?” haha!

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