Outrage Sunday 241 The Kiss of the Sun

One of my associates had a fine time at the theatre. IMG_3508
Tickets, cars, water features, private chef: they will all be mine thanks to this excellent ad on an early right-hand page in Teh West this week. IMG_3498 This advice seems a bit off. Why isn’t it in the garden, if that’s so great? IMG_3496IMG_3501
The kiss of the sun for pardon,
The song of the birds for mirth,–
One is nearer God’s heart in a garden
Than anywhere else on earth.

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13 Responses to Outrage Sunday 241 The Kiss of the Sun

  1. Zuben says:

    Thank heaven the run of The Riders is done . Novel-ese spoken on a stage before a lot of people is one thing , but SUNG … ???

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  2. Zuben says:

    PS Special Catachresis Award ( for irony ) goes to the ‘ sung in English ‘ bit near the end . Z

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  3. Rolly says:

    DId you discover whether a trip to Europe to collect your prize is included in the lotto winnings?

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  4. you'll get wet says:

    And no garden’s complete without…

    The hiss of snags exploding
    Waft of onion burnt
    God still can’t cook a barbie
    You’d think he would’ve learnt

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  5. Zuben says:

    The wurst of Perth

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  6. Sir Bill International says:

    The RIders , not as good as the original which was sung in German by Florence Foster Jenkins.

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    • rottobloggo says:

      I just spoke with the associate who sent me the card. She said the C-word was used three times in the production. It was sung. WTF?

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  7. El Guisto says:

    Nothing beats going to see and hear a bunch of overweight continental wannabes shrieking at each other to music, ….not.
    Wtf next…Cloud Street, the opera?

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  8. Shreiking Wombat Ninja says:

    Wheelbarrow, Claremont.

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