I read* an interesting** article*** yesterday: according to the statters, that’s the first time Swansea have beaten us since the last time we played them; stretching back as far as that was.
And I was talking**** to some***** Swansea fans, and they told me Garry Monk was prroud of the rresult, cos he had a new hair do. I imagine it’s disappointing when you go to all that trouble and expense for a special occasion and then things don’t work out like you would’ve wanted. Not as if I’d know, cos when I had hair I never got it cut, like the dishevelled revolutionary you all wish you were. And now it cuts itself. Why is Garry Monk going on about my hair anyway?
Vangle is doing a proper champion job. I mean it. Look no *s. There’s this thing my grandad used to say to me all the time and I still remember it to this day: Why do you still have your dummy at six years old? Let me throw it on the fire! Makes you think.
Actually, that was pretty good in the context of the thing I was talking about there.
As everyone’s talking about football and hair these days, Garry … I’ve noticed that all players – in the Premier League at least – have box fresh hair cuts every game. Now, do you reckon the clubs get the mobile hairdressing van to come round on matchdays, and then get the players to queue up in the car park? Or do mobile hairdressers only exist in my head? Nick Cave and Samantha Mumba as a mobile hairdressing duo do.
Our goal was nice. Their’s were a bit scruffy looking tbh.
*&**& ***obvs reading isn’t interesting. It’s just a turn of phrase me and my journo bros like to throw in to the mix. And everyone knows articles are way too small to read, unless you have a 1000x magnifying machine.
****&*****obvs I wasn’t talking to anybody, let alone ‘some’ (the implication there was more than one). It’s just a turn of phrase me and my journo bros have borrowed off of politicians to pretend we’re interested in other people’s opinions, or even care about other people, who aren’t us.
Thought for the day: Racism is an entirely socially, politically, culturally constructed ill of society. We are all one race. The Human Race. There are no such thing as different races. Our ancestors are the same. The colour of our skin is a consequence of the environment we inhabit. Racism will never be eradicated as we place too much value on the superficial. We assume identities to fit in. We need to start seeing individuals for what they are.
Or if you like your thoughts a bit less like that: You don’t have to take your clothes off to have a good time. Oh no.