Tuesday, March 23, 2010


Lynne and 'Mantha are out and about. 'Mantha tells Lynne that as you get older you appreciate the simple things in life. They both look at one man and then him and another man have an accident. Lynne says that the simple things she appreciates are men.

Lynne and 'Mantha are out and about but strangely for them they have not bought anything yet. It could be that this is only the beginning of their outing. However 'Mantha has already taken her overcoat off and has rolled up her left sleeve which suggest they have been out for a while and have worked up some heat. Unless of course 'Mantha has seriously misjudged the weather.

Lynne assumes that the two men are simple because they cannot even look where they are going when two attractive women are around. This is not the case though. The two men are, completely independently of one another, whistling. As we can see from the notes, they are whistling different tunes. However, at that moment both those tunes are exactly in harmony with each other. By pure coincidence these two men have created a perfect whistling mash up of Duran Duran's Is There Something I Should Know and David Bowie's Let's Dance. Unfortunately it only last for 5 seconds as they both fall over.

1 comment:

  1. If you could casually modify the space time continuum, would you use it for profundity or banality?

    Lynne changes her jacket, loses her handbag, makes 'Mantha's arm go through a glass shop front and disappear into a sepulchral shirt, manipulates George's and the hapless sidekick's position, allez oops a tray of what looks like tomato plants, makes a lamp post spring up from the ground and makes a red band appear along the bottom of the shop front.

    All of this make to a joke to her friend, who, as we have seen, is the overly frequent recipient of her gags. Surely, instead of pithiness appreciation, she'd just be worried about the exact degree to which she had underestimated the strength of the purple ohm she had taken

    Give it up Lynne. She's just not that into your humour. What she is into, though, is late era George. Look at the look she gives him in Frame 2, Lynne. Take a long look at it, and wonder.