Sunday, June 27, 2010
A man looks in wonder as 2 Queens pass by.
Isn't that your ex boyfriend there in that spotted dress?
There are still a few people willing to get married.
A wonderful portrait from davidnixon.com.
Is that me on the left hand side with the camera?
Well the week of celebrations for the gay community has passed, with a huge parade on Saturday. The theme was Horror, Ghouls etc.It was awesome, hardly a heterosexual in sight..Next year it will be compulsory to be gay.
I will be heading out of town.
I have been in a bad mood all week, someone stole the cherry from my bun (as my Dad would say) I will get myself focused again in a few days.
The weather has been fantastic and the farmers must be delighted with themselves. They are cutting grass for the winter months and conditions could not be better.
But in the City when the sun shines the beautiful girls come out to promenade !
Being Heterosexual I appreciate their beauty.
A colleague of mine remarked that you don't see them when the weather is bad because they are solar powered. Nice one.
She got into the taxi in Rathgar..Where to? East wall, just get me to hell out of here" She spoke of the party about how she came from East wall and they were so posh. I said how Harry Crosbie cane from Shirreff st., and Enyas manager came from East Wall and they are both multi millionaires. "Don't let where you come from stop you getting to where you are going to"".
Se asked me 20 times why I was going this way? but could offer no alternative route. Then the hiccups started, then the laughing hysterical laughing, "You must have had Champagne"I said. "I did.Why do you say that ?" "Girls who were drinking Champagne always laugh."
Then when we were crossing the new Sam Beckett bridge she started bawling and crying.
"Me boyfriend left me after 3 feckin' years he went"
What could I say?
I always carry a camera in the taxi and I think I got a photo of him, when we stop I will show you.
That's him there! in the blue dress I think.
Happy as the days of May she danced off, but not before she gave me a Euro tip.
I often wish I was braver when it comes to languages,I meet a French person for example that I don't try to use my few words, I would l think that if I had a few words in Polish, Spanish, Russian etc would expand my day, make it more fun. But when that French girl from Google got in I was so tongue tied that I didn't even turn on the meter. When I said I had been blinded by her great beauty she said "I wish", but she is pretty.
Google is here in Dublin in case you are looking for it. It is in Barrow St.
Really, loads of bright kids have come to work from all over the world!
Dublin is evolving all the time. I had an Australian girl in the car once who thought Dublin was a small fishing port. Not since 1642 said I.