Wednesday, July 15, 2009

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In his blog today my mate Shannon complains about Winter and people getting cold and the misery that goes with lousy snotty colds.. . LOL. Here in the opposite side of the of the world
it is summer and some immune-deficiency tourists are getting colds and we locals who cater to
them avoid them as much as possible . I do say, though, I haven't yet seen anyone wearing a
protective mask. And, wondrous to report, I haven't experienced any decline in amorous oral
contacts, aka deep tongue explorations, kissing in saundry cozy nooks and crannies.

I noticed the other day that a certain part of the deck at The Boatslip where the boys tend to gather for the after-beach T-Dance, prior to the pre-dinner nap, seemed busy with nibblers and samplers . What was I doing there? Why I was busy gathering data for the research on my thesis due in Spring 2010 as part of the master's program I am in. (I am a psych major hoping
to work as a therapist "mending hearts". Work is in progress. LOL) My topic is The Amourous Non-Commited Sex Life of the Migrant Soft-Shelled Summer Crab at Herring Cove and Race Point Beaches. The title of my thesis is as exciting as their casual chatter while surveying the landscape . . . "Ya come here much? Hmmm, wonder who he is?Is he alone? Look at those buns . . .wow, check that bulge! Ya think it's real? What are /who are ya doing later?

Sorry,
cloud cover made me slip into snide tongue in cheek. We've had a lot of cloudy days with brief sun showers. I've noticed an increase of tan-in-a-bottle at checkouts. It was cold in my room last night and the down comforter was a good bed-warmer sub. hehe But the summer people as here. You need to watch out for gawking breeder-with-stroller.


Hey! The sun is out. . .and so am I.. Ciao, ciao. .. . justin


4 comments:

Pilgrim said...

I hope to get you right, Justin, but don´t the USofA not hold strong to H1N1? Propz Pilgrim

JustinO'Shea said...

Pilgrim:
Of course H1N1 is taken seriously in USA but we are not wearing masks. There are isolated cases but no epidemic or quarantines. ;-)

Are people in Ireland, UK, France and Germany wearing masks?

Shannon said...

There are a few people in Sydney wearing them but (and I hate to generalize) they are all Asian woman... People laugh and joke about them but I suppose they are still getting over the psycholgical impact of SARS.

Jeremiah Andrews said...

"it is summer and some immune-deficiency tourists are getting colds and we locals who cater to
them avoid them as much as possible."

I am one of those immune deficiency people, who might take this line as disparaging to us... I don't appreciate your tone nor accusation.

Think before you write... people are reading this drivel...

Jeremy
Poz 16 years