Friday, December 21, 2007

desert island

5.If I was going to a deserted island and could only bring one book, except for the SAS survival guide, it would be…


This question is still bugging me. If you are going to a desert(ed) island, well, firstly, why? But secondly, what's the point of taking one book? One anything? You will get sick of it very, very quickly. Face it, you are adapting to a whole new life, a life where you are not going to be spending time reading books, or should I say, a book. You will most likely forget how to read after a while. And thirdly, why?

3 comments:

Dorian said...

And what's with the "(except the SAS Survival Guide)"? That's DUMB. Perhaps you could take Facebook.

Anonymous said...

aubwompais there any chance we can pool our resources and send you to any island. I'll commit to it. Grumpy Dave. Back from a gig at Brighton. Spirituality dave, it could be your new thing. you owe me a phone call i believe. So, davey, when a child smiles in its sleep, it is talking to the angels, not to a stranger, that's a hunters & collectors song. Angels don't like that group because they have no sense of humour. Either that or an angel is tickling its toes. What else? Thunder is just God going ten-pin bowling. What else? Okay so you are probably asking yourself what do angels eat Stephen? Manna - a small white seed cake made of honey. Sounds good. It does. What about bad angels? They become snakes or lawyers or lecturers at universities.
your pal,
stephen

lucy tartan said...

you have a Pal called Stephen?