Vespers

Heard joke doing the rounds.

Israeli prime minister comes to Cyprus and meets public figures.

Israeli prime minister goes back to Israel and says to his associates

I met Praksoulla Antoniadou, Erato Markoulli and Eleni Theocharous.

There is no god damn way Venus was born in that place.

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I have a cascading flow chart of what I would like my future partner to be like.

Cascading in that I start out with all the best things in looks and personality and then go down from there with a series of IF-NOT-THIS-THEN-THAT arrows.

The lower down the chart you go, the shorter the descriptions become.

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Υποψιάζομαι ότι κάποιοι συνάδελφοι μου στη δουλειά εν έχουν ψυσιή.

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I can’t understand why during carnival so many men dress up like women in Cyprus. Must be Freudian.

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Listening to Josquin Des Prez I remember how cleansing and achingly beautiful this type of music is. There really is nothing else that can do that.

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I’ve met women these past week, danced with them, laughed and chatted with them but by the time I go home hardly any trace of them is left. I might not see them again and not blink an eye. I miss dreaming about someone and I miss closing my eyes and seeing their smile or hearing their voice in my head. “Πάλε εν ερωτεύτηκα” λαλώ στον παρέα μου πριν ππέσουν οι καληνύχτες.

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Μπορεί ούτε εγώ να έχω ψυσιή τελικά.

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4 thoughts on “Vespers

  1. (Μπορεί να μεν σε κόφτει η άποψή μου αλλά….) νομίζω πως όσο το υπεραναλύεις εν θα έβρεις τζίνο που ψάχνεις….

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