Friday, 30 March 2007

Friday's child - loving and giving

So what kind of personality type are you? Teflon or Velcro?

I know a few Teflons and their company is really rather marvellous and liberating for a Velcro. I think most people are probably Tefcro, you know: a little bit country, a little bit rock n roll. Actually I saw Donny Osmond on the television the other day I can’t remember which show but stars he still looked youthful - naturally not in a botoxed, recut and sewn fashion nor an utterly disturbin' Cliff Richard fashion. Donny is probably a Teflon personality type.

Today I am off work as I have a flexi. I have a feather haircut too. I am on a flexi and I have a feather haircut. It is the 1970’s! Good times. Now where did i put that brushed cotton blue denim jacket and will muhummm let me eat the last of the dried apricots.

I was in dire need of a flexi as it had been bedlam at work this week and one day i mucked something up, nothing major but at the time i did not think so and i was velcroed out. On the way home I had to stop at the local coles liquorland and buy a wee bottle of shiraz, it contained 2 standard drinks, so i bought another teeny tiny tipple, had takeaway for dinner, and my mind reviewed the muck up at least 1000 times, a couple of gamboling lambs gatecrashed, before I fell into a fitful night's sleep.

Fortunately, for my tense neck and shoulders, the next evening i had an osteopathic treatment, probably should have scheduled some cbt for neglected old brain, and while waiting i read the 2005 Vanity Fair best dressed list. Charlie Watts was nominated. Not surprising for he is a dapper cove. I also learnt that Charlie doesn't drive but i wonder if he can, and his favourite books are anything by PG Wodehouse. Didn't say whether he was Velcro or Teflon but i have my theories.

Today I’m going to catch up on the past 3 nights of Neighbs, do the housework, this feather haircut causes the hairs to shed more easily , buy a couple of birthday presents and do the shopping which all really sounds like too much hard work and could necessitate a trip to town. I think i'll just loll on the couch for a bit and read old filth and then go to the cinema. I want to see the adaptation of running with scissors.

The weather is glorious today; sunny with a cool breeze. Hippity Hoppity really is on its way. My favourite time of year. While you're out and about check out the Haigh's chocolate shop. Its display and packaging of Easter eggs are works of art. Particularly the Easter eggs covered in pale gold and lilac metallic paper ruched in the centre. It's like a 30's film star's gown. Hump's gone from leggings to gown, from Hump to Harlow. I love a good makeover and Easter celebrates the greatest makeover of all. Nice one J.C.

6 comments:

David said...

By Hump you mean Bogart?

Mistress Bel said...

Please note when referring to Bogart I use the pet names Bogie or Humph. When talking about you and other eggs I use Hump.

boy moritz said...

Jesus Christ

Mistress Bel said...

No for that I use J.C.

Anonymous said...

LIKE O.M.G. ARE YOU JUST A COMPLETE RETARD OR WHAT? SERIOUSLY SURELY YOU MUST HAVE BETTER THINGS TO DO WITH YOUR TIME THAN EXPLAINING YOUR DAY ON A WEBSITE THAT PEOPLE ACCIDENTLY STROLL UPON, AND ARE JUST HORRIFICLY STUNNED AT THE STUPIDITY THE INTERNET ALLOWS! SO IN-TURN MUST LEAVE A COMMENT LIKE MINE, BECAUSE OTHERWISE I WOULD FEEL LIKE A SURPASSED A CITIZENS ARREST!

Mistress Bel said...

Oh anonymous, get on board the superficial information highway or just stay off. You can't have it both ways, no matter how much you try. You punctuate OMG and hifenate in turn yet omit possessive apostrophes.

And, pet, with orthography like that, I really would desist from using capitals.

May your moonshine never run out.

love and kisses