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>my body lies over the ocean, my body lies over the sea

>last night, octo joined me in london, all the way from the t.dot.oh, for some debauchery.

we’re tubing purty.

so excited


dinner at luigi’s with mummy and david.

at smith of smithfields, octo looked stunning in her gorgeous dress and figure.

the lights swirl around us

vodka cranberries and amaretto sours get to our heads

pull a pseudo-sexy face.

the joint’s colours flow

the place vibrates in the old meat-packing district

the streets around farringdon illuminate the night

this morning, i dragged mummy and david to the london eye, at 135 metres tall, largest ferris wheel.

i’ve seen schlongs bigger than big bens.

cranks and cables

furious thames

we giggle like nimrods.

awwww, shucks.

gherkin building like a butt-plug

pods, capsules, towering over the houses of parliament

okay, enough of westminster already!

so sumptuous

the sights blow me away. buh?

this ferris wheel costs ONE. HUNDRED.BILLION.DOLLARS.

went for thai food later in trafalgar square. mmmm, tofu and peppers.


the wind froze us, so we warmed up at all bar one on regent street with hot chocolates.

then later at this great vegetarian joint called “Just Falafs” (cute.very cute), mum and david ate soup and contemplated the day.

in the tube ride home, at waterloo station (bakerloo line), an old man fell in the gap between the train and the platform. i heard screams. wandered off the train. blood squirted out of his face onto the platform. family members ran, officials screamed on walkie talkies. the loudspeaker blared “if there are any nurses or doctors on the train, please present yourself to officials immediately. this is an emergency.”

alighted and took a bus, just as the coppers raced up.

he was pushed.


2 responses

  1. Dämmerung Anblick

    my bubby always used to say “always bring Kleenex when you go on the subway”

    May 19, 2007 at 10:45 PM

  2. >my bubby always used to say “always bring Kleenex when you go on the subway”

    May 19, 2007 at 10:45 PM

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