We hear things retrospectively when we have understood them - Marcel Proust
I'd heard that it was boring, and appealed mainly to women. And, do you know, my wife has been looking at similar documents, and trying to get me interested in them.
A friend used to do marriage counselling. Frequently sex was part of the trouble with 'only whores do that' or 'God wouldn't like it (sic)' a common refrain. Certainly the writing is dreadful but if it makes people lighten up a bit then it has done some good.
Sam - go for magnolia because you can touch up marks for years without needing to redecorate. Shabby chic is the look to aim for - very durable.Roger - crikey, I didn't know it was that bad. A marriage guidance bod could write a fascinating blog if done with a sense of humour.
Perhaps I will get my friend to regale you with his/her tales. Perhaps we could begin with the chap who had a penchant for 'stable relationships'.One thing is for sure - Larkin was right.
Gosh, Dulux, and I thought it was an advice book on hairdressing for elderly ladies.
Roger - do that, I'll print anything with a whiff of the stable.Demetrius - no that's DoLocks!
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