ADONIS AND APHRODITE

THE SEVEN AGES OF MAN (as Shakespeare saw it) All the world’s a stage/And all the men and women merely players/They have their exits and their entrances… THE SEVEN AGES OF WOMAN (as I see it) All the world’s a soap/And all the girls and women TV actresses/They have their long-shots and their close-ups…   … More ADONIS AND APHRODITE

MY HABITAT

Is it a civilized library where you can get a pint of ale or is it a literary pub? HOW TIMES CHANGE In the 13th century there were streets in London named Gropecuntlane, Pissing Alley and Shitteborwelane. A dandelion could be called a pissabed, a heron a shiterow and a windhover a windfucker. In those … More MY HABITAT

SOME INTERESTING WORDS

Farctate, adj: full, crammed, stuffed Osculate, v: to kiss, to have close contact with Hornswoggle, v: to get the better of, bamboozle, swindle Pilgarlic, n: a bald-headed man (pealed garlic) Callipygian, adj: having shapely buttocks