Thursday, September 23, 2010

Where Was I?

Eesh, it's been a little too quiet around here lately (the Ol' Brainbox has been alternating between busily-engaged-with-other-stuff and busily-engaged-with-nothing-whatsoever), but it's time to get back in the saddle again, and abiding by this site's longstanding editorial mantra, "Random nonsense is better than no nonsense," I present to you this drawing of a lady wearing un turban d'baguette avec un sac d'watermelon:*

Lovely, non? (Mmmmm, turban d'baguette...) And what else? Oh, yes:
Q: "How do I get one of [the CDs]?

A: A post-millenial/post-downfall-of-the-hiearchic-patriarchic-record-exec-as-cultural-gatekeeper DIY-punk e-commercial solution will be available in the not too distant future.

Q: "How did [the show] go?"

A: Epic ridiculous collapsed-on-the-floor-laughing-and-crying-all-at-once hilarity and fun, just how we like it. Many thanks to everyone who made it out and especially to everyone who bought a CD.
Onward and upward.

* I took five years of French. I've forgotten nearly all of it (including how to say "a bread-loaf turban with a watermelon purse").

1 comment:

  1. We say : "un turban-pain-baguette avec un sac en pastèque"...but If you are a snob one, you say : "Un turban parisien et une bourse en pastèque véritable."

    I really love that :"(the Ol' Brainbox has been alternating between busily-engaged-with-other-stuff and busily-engaged-with-nothing-whatsoever)"

    "I really love", the only words i'm able to say in english.