Thursday, November 16, 2006

Peep-hole Minge

Hello, punters, and welcome to a peep-hole on Minge. I was thinking of a glory-hole, but it's just not proper, is it?

Here, today, we find Minge in the same old threadbare jeans as we always do. He wears them to make him feel good about himself as they're a 32" waist. He also thinks they're trendy and are hopefully knocking one or tw
o years off of the forty years old people usually guess when his age is in question.

Today, dear reader, sentence construction is not his strong point.

The socks are stripey. They make him feel funky. The underpants are white CK briefs. They stop him from feeling a sexless frump.

Over the top of a Madonna white reinvention tour t-shirt, we find him wearing a grey jumper received as a Christmas present almost a year ago. Contrary to its perceived quality, garnered chiefly by its expense, it's quite bobbled. He will not stoop so low as buying a de-bobbling device since he feels only middle aged housewives would even consider such a purchase. Instead, he picks them off by hand when t
here's nothing better to do and scatters them, willy-nilly, about his abode.

Let's have a look at that gnarled old face, now, dear reader. Notice the brown eyes. His parents both have blue eyes. The milkman delivering to his parents' home in the early 1970s had brown eyes. His Mother claims not to have had sex with her husband for a good year before Minge was conceived. Do I have to spell it out?

The eyes are one thing, but the eyebrows are another. Look how sparse and patchy they are, baby. Any hair longer than the others must be removed. Others are pulled out during periods of worry or upset. Some people bite their nails to the quick, some self harm, others simply cry. Minge pulls the hairs out from his eyebrows. Plucking into a beautiful crescent could be quite gay. Massacring them into something a bag lady might be ashamed at having is awful.

The hair is bleached in some wild attempt to make it look like the
re's more of it. The desperate, bald old queen. It's sad, really, isn't it, my darling?

The beard goes unshaven for yet another day. Typically, shaving takes place perhaps only twice a week. Not because there's no reason to shave, dear reader, no, simply because Minge is a lazy bugger who can't be arsed.

He is clean, though, showering daily. He was under the fine drizzle of his electric excuse for a shower this morning at 09:00 for at least ten minutes. The shower gel may be Armani, but it's not environmentally friendly. Tut, tut.

The finger nails are short and bitten. This is not a nervous habbit, he just hates long nails (perhaps he was a lezza in a former life?) so bites them down. It's easier than searching for nail scissors or clippers. He'd like to know why nail scissors don't work when a right handed person is trying to cut finger nails on their right

He's been listening to Pandora for the past forty minutes but is tired of that, now. It must be time for Liza. She always makes him feel chirpy. He wonders if Liza could make anyone feel down?

After a visit to his GP this morning, he's more worried than ever about a lump on his tongue, he's also been feeling sad about the death of poor Babsy and is having problems with inappropriate and uncomfortable thoughts. Pie charts play a large part in this problem. Not everything can be represented as a pie chart, you know, dear reader. He's also concerned that for the past three nights, he's had dreams about Anal. Not the act, the black man as seen at the bowling alley last Friday.

I don't want you to come away from this blog at all worried, now, dear reader. Fret not. Those jeans will be washed tomorrow and for one, maybe two days, other trousers shall be worn.

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Sunny spells

Sea temperature:

Fucking freezing


Brian said...

"The desperate, bald old queen. It's sad, really, isn't it, my darling?"

Pish and posh. Codswallop. And other Britishisms for "Da boy be tellin' lies."

Minge, you're FABULOUS!

Minge said...

Aw, shucks.

Anonymous said...

You look just fine. No worries should be had.

I get a sick sort of satisfaction out of picking the pills off of sweaters/jumpers. I make a neat pile of them though.

Minge said...

I've got a wee ball of them on the arm of my chair in the living room.

Anonymous said...

Cheer up old chap, it's not the packaging, it's the person. You're a grand person, and don't think any different.

Hope things brighten up for you soon.

Andrea said...

Ya, cheer up. BTW, I think your disturbance is 'Anal' based mostly. Don't you? (I am trying so hard not to burst out laffing at that!!) He is a lovely Mandingo isn't he?? rofl

Anjou Wu said...

Aw, Minge. Do you read poetry at all? It might be time to break out some brilliant verse (Symborska, perhaps?) and either have a good cry or close the book and feel better. You've been in my thoughts today.

Minge said...

Thanks, Dan.

Everybody loves Anal, Andrea.

Ta, Anjou. J'adore poetry. I'm going to get my "101 poems that could save your life" out right now.

Tom Gaylord said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm size 32 waist jeans.

My size 36 ones are c%^&ts

Minge said...

I don't believe you, Tom.

Enda P said...

Ah, a philosophical phase. It hits us all, m'dear. Anal's pecs are troublingly large - they would trouble anyone. Now, show us more pics of those swoonsome postman-brown eyes of yours!

Minge said...

Swoonsome? ROFL! You need a white stick, honey!

graham said...

I think your jumper is cool. Looks very cosy and all too :-)

As for the bald queen. You're nothing of the sort. Bald men are more distinguished. Anyone can have hair, only some of us can be naturally bald :-)

Enda P said...

You're just fishing now, aintcha? ;)

Minge said...

Bald is beautiful.

And yes, I am fishing.