Sunday, October 08, 2006

Vespas used to park in Tallu's Mom's Driveway 1982

11 Comments:

Anonymous yaye said...

It's not normal!

11:23 PM  
Anonymous Tallulah said...

I don't give a monkey's arsehole about Mods and Rockers. Underneath, we're all the same, 'n't we?

Quadrophenia 1979

PS: Watch out for that cliff Jimmy watch out for that cliff

If you can't hang get off the cliff....Ms. Marshall 1986(?)

12:23 AM  
Anonymous yaye said...

Ah yes...Ms. Marshall...more memories...hieroglyphic egyptians walking out of the oil slicks...sometimes I feel I'm on...a sleep-deprived summer's day after playing croquet and watching "Vertigo"...or maybe it was after a night of watching "De Vierde Man" and hanging out with naked love monkeys in hot tubs...let's get fluid!

12:31 AM  
Anonymous Tallulah said...

Yee haw raw naked love monkeys from the Upper Pacific Rim...now those were some tasty morsels.

12:35 AM  
Anonymous yaye said...

Sigh................

12:42 AM  
Anonymous Tallu said...

Yeah, that be over...no more naked love monkeys in hot tubs. Now it's more like naked orangatangs infront of a boob tube or mammary monitor.

double sigh.....

12:57 AM  
Anonymous yaye said...

Oh my god, Parco! I just totally had a flashback! We slept on Matt's family room floor with all the boys that night, didn't we? I had COMPLETELY forgotten about that! I just flashed on laying there, head to head with the petulant, philosopher-lead singer, wishing he would just kiss me already. I think it took another week before he did. Whereas, that one naked love monkey, in particular, would not have wasted so much time....oh I am seriously remembering now, my friend! Jiminy!!

1:09 AM  
Anonymous Tallu said...

Yep that is correct. I didn't sleep much though. I can remember stumbling out of "slumber" to see all of you on the floor. Yikes. I think we're sayin' too much now.

1:15 AM  
Anonymous Tallulah said...

Still love the idea of naked love monkeys in the hot tub.

3:31 AM  
Anonymous yaye said...

Yeah, I find my mind revisiting that interesting aspect of the memory...opportunities missed...etc...etc...etc...

3:38 AM  
Anonymous Tallulah said...

Blah blah blah, the moon had a special blue glow that cast upon my mom's backyard. I couldn't help but think about you know...and walking all night through the hills of Encino only to be greeted in the morning by Matt's dad heading out to work. Whoa...memory that has just been remembered.

3:41 AM  

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