Saturday, March 17, 2007

Where All Roads Lead



It is very difficult to maintain the impression of a miserable, bored, lonely old hag who never does anything or goes anywhere with anyone when one is flying off to Rome in a few hours with a handsome, dashing 36-year old clergyman.


Parts of that sentence are fictitious. Can you guess which?


Ciao for now x

11 Comments:

Anonymous Graffiti said...

I think I am terminally bored as well. Perhaps not terminally but seriously or maybe more than averagely bored.
Maybe I should go to Rome and do as the Romans did/do.?

Are they bored as well?

Graffiti

12:23 pm  
Blogger Pete said...

well you aren't a hag so that's untrue

3:01 pm  
Blogger LuvlyLittleSister said...

I hope it's not the bit about flying. It is a very long way to walk. Whoever you are going with and however you are getting there, have a great trip!

6:04 pm  
Blogger Cream said...

Miserable clergyman?
Ciao, Bambina!

12:07 pm  
Blogger Seany said...

(Following Pete's lead) you're also younger then me so the "old" is definitely out of the question!

And how could you possibly be lonely with so many regular readers?

9:32 pm  
Blogger Homo Escapeons said...

You definitely aren't a bored, miserable, hag so you must be there with either a fallen Nun with some serious catching up to do or a Priest in the full prime of his Richard Chamberlainesque charade!

I never bought the whole Ralph de Bricassart lusting for Meggie Cleary crap for one instant in the 'creepy' TV version of the Thorn Birds back in '83!
Hello!

Rachel Ward was sure yummy and atleast Bryan Brown was giving her some authentic 'impaling on his thorn' to make up for all of the scenes that Rachel spent feigning passion with that ubercreepy OLD and undeniably gay Chamberlain.

3:46 am  
Blogger Ces said...

"miserable, bored, lonely old hag who never does anything or goes anywhere with anyone" is fictitious. I have heard of the clergyman before. Unless he is a celibate Catholic, a clergyman might be okay.

12:25 pm  
Anonymous ziggi said...

36 years old? - only that blog, on the other one he's 25!

4:39 pm  
Blogger Cocaine Jesus said...

i have eyes so all i can say is, lucky young clergyman.

12:34 pm  
Blogger Dave said...

I do hope you enjoyed your stay. By an amazing coincidence I've just got back from Rome. How odd I didn't trip over you.

8:28 pm  
Blogger Mise said...

Clergyman .... at least we've been spared another Catholic Church scandal! ;)

1:56 pm  

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