Monday, March 24, 2008

What a handsome bastard(s)

Silky-D took time off from his life in Christchurch (where he is apparently busy working as a table-cloth at a local Pizza Hut restaurant) to meet up with Crafty in windy Wellington.

Preliminary scoping and logistics work went well and our Global Domination Summer World Tour should go off without a glitch after all the groundwork that was done, checking out the bars, cafes and pubs of the NZ capital.

While exploring, we came upon this intriguing find, which indicates that the great squid emperor has already made his presence felt across the ditch. Imagine our surprise at learning that Mr Bun had fled suburban Melbourne after having his artery-hardened heart broken by Mrs Bun, that young minx who inevitably could not stand her discontent with the horny toad and instead traded him in for a hot bit of crumpet.

It's good to see he's made a new life and successful business for himself across Cook Strait, where his swirls of ham and mustard are finding great fame. When Tedium has finished bouncing on his Swiss ball while repeatedly crooning John Lennon's Beautiful Boy, perhaps he can pen a sequel to what many regard as the Ink's greatest hit (I don't).

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Blogger Unrelenting Tedium said...

I see the Giant Squid brought with him a set of Happy Families playing cards which had pride of place in the Tedium parental home. See if you can find Mr Plug the Plumber or Mrs Wobble the Waitress to be sure of his visit.
It does look like you are having a jolly time and both have jolly large sunglasses...

24/3/08 12:30  
Blogger silky-D said...

future's so bright etc. etc.

24/3/08 12:40  
Blogger Unrelenting Tedium said...

In retrospect I feel the makers of the game were fairly hard on waiting staff.

24/3/08 14:12  
Blogger Paddy said...

The Tale Of Mr Bun:

That little strumpet
Has her hot bit of crumpet
Maturing his buns in her oven

Now my life is great
Across the Cook Strait
Where I don't meet with her kind of lovin'

I've found a sweet girl
Who likes my mustard swirl
(I bake them so big you can fling 'em)

Selling bread to sweet lasses
And guys with sunglasses
Who are seen out in public in gingham

28/3/08 17:12  
Blogger Andy Fuller said...

is the cd finished? can i find you guys on

28/3/08 18:29  
Blogger silky-D said...

my only disappointment is that you didn't find it in yourself to rhyme mustard with custard.

29/3/08 07:43  

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