Thursday, September 08, 2005

Back Disturbance


I am unsure of the origins of this strange new tuft. The mutations are adorning my physique like discount accessories, unmatching of outfit, ignorant of this season's trends. If anyone can find a bag or belt to match either my tuft or my jaundiced stink-foot, please alert me, make me aware. What matches with unwanted hair? Shame. As far as I can see.

35 comments:

postmoderndebunker said...

eeks! MM, you need a tail to go with that tuft?

lady Jane Sheepshanks said...

Oh my word! Well I have never seen such a sad thing.

mountain man said...

i can't tell whether i need a tail or not. how can you tell if you need a tail?

fairy butler said...

i am thinking it should be braided and adorned - make sure you wear a half-shirt so that all can view!

mountain man said...

But FB, really, I need a matching man-bag. Perhaps you can help?

Ben and Jed Harle said...

What you must wear is a fish-net half shirt. We want to see your sweet little nips through the mesh. Come to us for a perm and a frosting before you go anywhere tonight. We love it!!! Awesome, yeah!!!!

pd said...

So the tail is optional...but I just thought it would be nice if we had matching nubs.

mountain man said...

Matching nubs, yes. Where can I get a good solid nub?

lupin said...

is that elephantiasis on the upper thigh? or just fancy butt flesh folds.

mountain man said...

Just fancy folds, Lupin. Sexy gnarly folds.

lupin said...

huba huba!

sloth said...

hi! baby's got back...

mountain man said...

Hi Sloth!!!! Welcome back, Petunia! Are you well?

sloth said...

I'm not sure... can't tell under all the calluses. After they are sanded off we will see if anything is left. Are you & Uncle Fritz going to the festivities in Chelsea Forest tonight?

mountain man said...

yes....leaving momentarily!

sloth said...

yay and cool! cya there, then, o hairy one.

fairy butler said...

hi mm & sloth! how was chelsea forest? did you see any shining relics, wood nymphs, demons? were there magic dances and potions consumed? i had to retreat to hidey hole but am coming out for the friday night swordfighting and dragon slaying.

elfin avenger said...

Fb, I will help you with the dragon slaying. I may be small in stature but I am big at heart.

gad zooks said...

MM i looked and peered around steep corners for you. did you make it out to the chelsea county fair last night?

Edward_ said...

I agree with Fairy Butler...you need to braid it with silver and white beads and a little bell at the end? That way I can hear you coming and run like hell...well, only if I'm eating...or about to eat...or have just eaten...or plan to ever again... ;-)

lovely seeing you last night MM.

sloth said...

MM and Uncle Fritz were indeed at the festivities... many strange creatures came out of their hidey-holes... MM seemed quite taken with a particluar nymphette, who danced about with little licks and kisses, a little bit wild.

Mountain Man said...

Yes....MM was there and was wild in the weediest way. Woke up early thinking, what on earth did I do????? Something to do with stress-relief, possibly? Oh well, it's fun to act out once in a while. Antics and flailing abounded. Sloth, it was lovely to see you. I hope you do not like me less for my wacko behaviors.

I missed Ham Paw last night. The calls were made and were thwarted. I am hoping tonight will be the night for communion.

Edward, it was indeed lovely to begin the evening with a cocktail and air kisses just like you promised.

Today I was in Philadelphia getting the lay of the land and meeting my students. Whew. Tired. More activities of the night coming soon. Want to take a long long nap.

sloth said...

MM, Sloth's love is as unconditional as it is smelly, and wacko behavior is the very stuff and essence of life. Big hug.

Mountain Man said...

Trannies were at it like crazy in the night, the police had to come. Loud howling and laughing. Glad they were having fun but my goodness, ladies, let the people have sleeps.

krixfort said...

MM, I am missing Ham Paw. He hasn't been eaten by Pug, has he? Please pass along salutations and good wishes.

Cheez Wizard said...

Yes, Ham, please bring some more nuggets of strange wisdom. The stretching and gaping of the pelvis, the animal kingdom, the sickness. The hopscotch pattern wants to re-emerge.

krixfort said...

yes, Ham Paw, I think there must be a renewal of the initiation ceremony. I need to be renewed. I am an overdue library book, with dogeared pages.

Hi MM! Buenos Dias!

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