Tuesday, December 15, 2009

No time for tea, woman!

...I'm brooding.

19 comments:

Diana Ramirez said...

Made me laugh out loud. Fabulous!

Caio Fernandes said...

ok , for you ..i am pretty sure he will find a hour and take a green tea .

Asja said...

he really looks lost in thought there... great work.

Totalfeckineejit said...

It wasn't the wind that blew me,I jumped willingly away from that wanton Cathy, so cloying and claustrophobic. Willingly and desperately I leapt and look at me now returned to cruel life by a king sized king coil orthapedic divan.Twas surely no coincidence that it was there,I swear she knew all along and put it in place to keep me to herself and perlong my torture.How can I ever be happy when all she wants is me and all I want is the girl on the check out at Aldi who barely knows I even exist? Damn this life, curse this foul cruel existence!

ArtSparker said...

TFE- you make a valid point.

jasmine said...

He only wants to seem to be brooding. If he were really brooding he would have found a cave to do it in....

ArtSparker said...

Jasmine - the caves were all taken. You need a reservation.

Totalfeckineejit said...

perlong? Even by my standards that's pretty rubbish. Prolong might be more like it!

ger said...

He could do with getting a bit bendy, too...

Cláudia said...

Gothic subjects - of course they wouldn't be nicely seated in lovely leaves or trees. All they need is a scarped cliff. Once they get there, they feel comfortable enough to shout an brood.

I once almost lost a cat in a rocking scenery just like that. She entered in one of those little caves and only came out of it because we put some meat nearby.

Today I am in a hurry, sorry if all this sound hermetic.

Ginga Squid said...

Brilliant!
But there is always time for a cuppa.....?

Tom said...

cheer up, damn it!

ArtSparker said...

GS - It's funny - it's a question of temperament, I think, sometimes it works through the system quicker for a brood.

ArtSparker said...

Cláudia - Hermetic open house is...kind of what it is around here most of the time.

Hmm, the jolly hermit....I think I have a new character.

Dominic Rivron said...

Liked these. Live not far from Howarth here. There's a building on the edge of the moors known as "Wuthering Heights" - it's supposed to be the place Emily Bronte had in mind, but I think it's just a bit of flannel for the tourists. It's a shame you can't stick your characters on the dismal, west yorkshire gritstone rocks round there, in situ.

ArtSparker said...

Dominic - speaking of flannel, a good set of long underwear might improve one's attitude in this situation.

Celeste Bergin said...

timely...because *I'm* brooding! It reasonates.

tony said...

"Rocky:The Sequel"?

jude said...

i knoww this guy.