posted on June 13, 2007 at 1:22 am

fiendss
im being very naughty
a naughty being
im s’posed to be doing my accounting
i gotta meeting w/ my accountant at 3
its about 20 to 12 now
why fucking hurry it?
theres always the tim(e) bandit method
lets say you got 2 weeks to do something
ah you can take it easy that 1st week
as the second week begins
ah
have today off
you still got 6 days
on the fifth day you think
tomorrow im really gonna start
on the 4th day you go
no tomorrow im really gonna start
after all, times tight now
on the 3rd day you think
why worry
its a 2 day job if i work really hard
on the 2nd day you think
if i leave it until tomorrow
i will have no option but to complete it
in a glorious 1 day burst
on the last day you look at it
and say christ!
i couldnt get it all done today
so why even start
you ask for another 2 week extension
and the process is ready to begin all over again
baybee thats called a rationale
its a device to follow wherever yer peccodillos leading ya
wherever
imagine if teenagers said wherever
instead of whatever
boy i used to love that word whatever
now its so over bloody done
whatever
the twillies
got all that lingo down pat
mixed in with swedish accent
boy a whatever can go a long way to getting my goat
(no harm was done to the goat in the making of this sentence)
whatever daddeeeee!
aurora calls em the fashion freeks
and says she preferred em
when they didnt get up at 12 and go to bed at 3 in the morning
despite arguing n critizing each other all day
at 3 in the morning
theyre curled up on sofa together
watching some very stupid tv show
and they have a rationale
although theyve never put it into words
i will attempt it now
we ARE cultured educated feministick emancipated swedish chicks
therefore we can indulge in all this gossip celeb paris brad bullshit
as a kind of anthropological excursion into a tasteless world
and we can indulge in it as much as we want cos we wont get hooked…
oh but its addictive nasty stuff theyre peddling, those goss tycoons
as nasty as crack in its own way
virulent festering bile n dribble
oh god it makes you feel so badde reading those mags
just one goss rag makes me want to tear off the top
of my head n change my brain filter
cos yon gossie has fuckin clogged mah delly cate brain
can you truly dig the harm this stuff is doing?
the twillies can wade thru a hundred dentist waiting rooms of goss rags
and still be hungry for more
is there a connexion between the goss rags
and the “foundation” so many young women wear
on top of perfect downy youthful skin
a layer of blechhh!
ooh thats looks nasty
look even if yer olde n wrinkled like me
you can trowel that fucking stuff on
and its still gonna EMPHASISE yer flaws!
if you young what you need it for
who sold ya that lousy idea?
throw that rubbish away baybee
you dont need all that junk on yer dial
and the perfume…..
oh it can make me feel so sick
in a lift or a train
some bint with an overpowering sickly sweet atmosphere
whos chucked on some godawful “scent”
whats wrong with the way you smell as you are?
if you bathe regularly like the time being
you should have a pleasant warm woody aroma like me
and that goes for the men too
forget that ‘orrible ‘orrible o.d. cologne
aftershave and underarm goop
brut…have ya ever whiffed that muck
i had some brut underarm spray on once
when i still used poisonous aluminium filled stuff like that
when i was 18
it turned all my white tshirts grey under the arms
imagine what it was doing to me
if i get a disease in my armpits im gonna sue brut
sue brut…good name for all gurl rock band
anyway
people throw that stuff away
its a con they sold ya
women with makeup n perfume scared me as a kid
n they still do
a big pair of sticky red lips comin towards ya
and a cloud of some suffocating pong
no thanks
stay away from me aunty maude
dont pick me up n dont hug me
its grotesque
im a man
im no fool
i tell ya most men dont like it
you should be relieved
cant we all join our sacred hands
and proclaim
we dont want make up
we dont want perfume
we dont want aftershave n aluminium underarm gloop
we dont want goss rags
hmmm
maybe thats a chorus for something off the nu album
ahh (being eating vegemite toast)
well now im starting to enter the bargaining phase of my accnting denial
its 12o6 and still no veggie sausages cooked
nk + her little protege are having a nap
and im here alone
wreaking havoc
haha! oh ho!
the time being called for his pipe
he called for his bowl (what was in his bowl, though?)
and he called for his fiddlers 3
he had 3 fucking fiddlers?
wow some affluent king, right?
and dont forget sue bruts new record
grey underarm fixed

78 Responses to “the throat of winter”

  1. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 2:21 am #

    procrastinating is the best/most enjoyable part of achieving.

  2. avatar
    snowfaller | 13 June 2007 at 2:32 am #

    Agreed. The Time Being brings us more true wisdom today – Stay away from the aluminum!!!!!!

  3. avatar
    isolde | 13 June 2007 at 2:32 am #

    Our documents are useless, or forged beyond believing.
    Page forty-seven is unsigned, I need it by this evening.
    In the space between our cities, a storm is slowly forming.
    Something eating up our days, I feel it every morning.
    Procrastination, procrastination.

  4. avatar
    gloop | 13 June 2007 at 2:36 am #

    But YOU used to LOVE wearing make-up. Bit of eye-liner, lipstick, foundation,etc, etc- we’ve all seen it Kilbey!

  5. avatar
    JJ | 13 June 2007 at 2:54 am #

    Enjoyed a laugh, Being….funny stuff. Ain’t it true about procrastination? That’s how I got through school; a big frenzy the day before it was due. I’m still the same at tax time, going to the post just before they close. My son’s a chip of the old block, I can’t change him like my parent’s couldn’t change me.

    Anthropologist Desmond Morris had a theory on lipstick, I won’t go into it. Robert Smith still favors cherry red.

  6. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 3:10 am #

    I completely agree with everything you’ve mentioned today! Sad to hear about the storms in Australia. Here in Canada (on the prairies) it’s glorious summer!

  7. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 3:28 am #

    “Anti social Butterfly”,was the name of a band that i was in {all tramps/husseys/goddess s}lotta fun!…….mmmmmmm…….sounds predatory,but….i can smell a prospective “lover” from 100 paces…men should smell like men!if you gentlemen take care of yourselves…you smell DIVINE…dont cover up that scent with batpiss,or alcohol based pleh!…………. apparently i smell like a blend of coffee,almonds, rosemary and sandalwood ….happy with that!mmmmthat could be environmental?……..procrastinate today….why put off today,what you could possibly put off putting off til tomorrow?……love ..genx xxxxxxx

  8. avatar
    Daberhasher | 13 June 2007 at 3:28 am #

    procrastination produces fine results in this situation…
    “a cloud of some suffocating pong”
    thanks for the laugh!
    “grey underarm fixed”
    featuring the tell all smash,
    gossipolis…

    good luck with the money man,
    and god bless you with the teen machines… it’ll be cool though, i’m sure…

  9. avatar
    Krissythegroupie | 13 June 2007 at 4:11 am #

    Most men don’t like a little makeup?? Sheesh, the media/advertising/culture has been lying to me?! Shocking.

  10. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 4:16 am #

    “plastic passion”…..”whatever!robert! ….was a good era in the cures muse slipstick though….gx

  11. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 4:36 am #

    some people natrually smell so bad even after a shower. i knew someone personally that just had the worst body odour he needed to be drowned in after shave. sorry steve but I can’t agree with you there. makeup, i do agree. we don’t need it. but a little bit of the smelly stuff, some (not all) people should not live without it. sometimes i walk down the street and walk by some bloke who reeks so bad I can smell it for the next three hours! no thanks, i had enough smell to last me a lifetime!

  12. avatar
    fandorin | 13 June 2007 at 4:59 am #

    >theres always the tim(e) bandit method
    >lets say you got 2 weeks to do something
    >ah you can take it easy that 1st week

    you aren’t hinting to the mastering process of Hologram of Baal, are you?

  13. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 5:48 am #

    you gotta have deoderant…ya know, or that awful sweaty cumin smell gets you when your …well, whatever….I’ve been complimented on my ” herbal” cologne…ha ha …D~TX

  14. avatar
    paul lightfoot | 13 June 2007 at 6:42 am #

    My mother had this friend called Mary – who was an 80 yr old version of Mrs Mills from “Mouldy Old Doh” Fame – and “Auntie” Mary, when she’d see me would move fast towards me to give a hug so hard, that she almost morfed me into her hulk of a torso. Her cleavage was ginormous to the extent that when squashed between them, it was like being at the bottom of a Welsh valley. Then,if that wasnt bad enough, she’d then slobber on my kneck with a wet kiss, as her brissley yardbrush 5 O’clock shadow (from a day some decades back)chaffed my delicate cheek like a cheese grater. No kiddin!

    Paul L
    Auckland, NZ

  15. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 6:42 am #

    ‘It’s a job that’s never started that takes the longest to finish.’
    J. R. R. Tolkien

    British scholar & fantasy novelist (1892 – 1973)

    Now, I’m not normally one to stoop to famous quotes…..but I actually sent this one to MYSELF last week….as I was wasted time, fucked around, googled, myspaced, SK-ed, dawdled, doodled and digressed while I should have been working.

    Much like now.

    B.Bon

    P.S. I don’t think sending e-mails to oneself is particularly healthy either.

  16. avatar
    Woolfie | 13 June 2007 at 6:43 am #

    New to this whole blogging thing but I have to say I love the posts Steve! A friend of mine is a fortified fan or should i say appreciator. And as he is a pretty cool guy I thought I’d check out your latest album. An entire discography later I am also now I suppose an appreciator too. (never been sure as to the definition of ‘a fan’).

    The reason for my new found blogging is that somebody has stuck a page up under my friends name which is completely not him? Matt Davison is one of those Church avatars that relishes and spreads the deep and meaningful ‘Kilbyisms’ with fair conviction. I like his comments as they provoke a touch of thought.

    Then someone tries to take the piss. I can only assume that this someone is the kind of ‘fan’ that gives synthetic meaning to the word, so much so I don’t like to use it. It is probably the kind of person that has to wear blatant apparel to prove the point. The kind of person who would wear an ‘I love NY’ t-shirt in New York. He (or she) is probably an imitater rather than an appreciator? It has always frustrated me when people try to be something they are not. There is only one Steve Kilby, he is talent. Don’t try and be him, enjoy him, let him inspire and then BE original, it’s far more respected. But hey… what do we all care the world has Bluetooth and Microwave ovens so we’re sweet right?!

    Nothing can champion the human spirit like creativity. Keep it live, keep it real and keep it human. Steve – you are a musical genuius and legendary scriber. Matt – the paintings are looking incredible. And whoever the geezer is setting up fake profiles – do you truely have nothing better to do? Put on Block, light a blunt and enjoy being alive. Done. Woolfie.

  17. avatar
    paul lightfoot | 13 June 2007 at 6:47 am #

    You did wear the make-up a bit though around the time of Constant In Opal. Well eyliner and lipstick anyway.

  18. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 7:05 am #

    smelly stuff is overrated. It also tastes bitter and absinthian! I think i’d rather lick the petrol cap of my dirty old corolla. I like natural smelling. not necessarily dirty… clean but natural. I once read that you can change your smell by diet. Funny as it can also change yer look. you are what you eat, so you can either be sweet lil’ peach or a grotty naan covered in thick potent orange goop! I’m with the movement for naturalization. Throw yer spread on, spray on goop away. be comfortable in ya own skin. if you wanna go crazy pop some alluminium kitchen foil under ya pits. churr.

  19. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 7:12 am #

    Makeup is surface. not needed. i have not met a female yet who is not more interesting than the way they look. work on knowing who you are, make up for makeup.

  20. avatar
    Anakki Mayhem | 13 June 2007 at 7:41 am #

    I, too, remember the eyeliner… startling blue eyes rimmed by ebony… why do guys get the best eyelashes?

  21. avatar
    logiclust | 13 June 2007 at 7:54 am #

    “here’s to what became whatever”

  22. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 8:04 am #

    Sorry but I disagree.
    I myself have much more confidence a little made up and smelling fresh. Nothing too heavy tho.
    Dont get me wrong, too much can look awful. And I do hate to see it caked on very young girls.
    I love the ”Greenday” look of eyeliner on men also.

    I do think you contradict yourself as you have worn the ”eyeliner!” And enjoy looking tanned..not a great deal of difference, me thinks ??

    Please stop lecturing, it dont suit ya !

  23. avatar
    Thelonious | 13 June 2007 at 8:14 am #

    epoch

  24. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 8:46 am #

    We want pics!!

  25. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 8:52 am #

    hate to play “The Devils Advocate”here…but….some critics o the Kilbey,Im sure,picked their noses,as children…..some of you may have even …eaten it!….genx

  26. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 9:00 am #

    and I mean that with the utmost of respect…..coz i used to inspect my findings first….xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxgenx

  27. avatar
    Wil-O | 13 June 2007 at 9:18 am #

    jeez Kil-O, if I were in Sid-er-knee I’d come round to yon Bondi and help you knock the shoeboxe full of receipts into shape.

    D’ya reckon there’s a market for basic financial nous for space rockers? Mebbe I can do a volunteer thingo up here …

  28. avatar
    lily was here | 13 June 2007 at 9:19 am #

    All in moderation i say, a dash of this, a tincture of that 😉 I do love scents and aromas of all kinds. The worst thing sk is when a scent reminds you of someone else! Well sometimes a good thing, other times not. Who over the age of Israels wandering in the wilderness isnt taken back by a whiff of dads Old Spice?.. or that oh so popular 80’s perfume Opium!

    sue cee
    x

    ps cant say i like my name next to a brut!

  29. avatar
    Matt Davyddson | 13 June 2007 at 9:28 am #

    Hey Woolfie

    Spell SK’s name correctly will ya!

  30. avatar
    eek | 13 June 2007 at 9:56 am #

    I am such a procrastinator, so much of a procrastinator that I missed the perfect to post this on yesterday’s comments section while people were actually reading it. (I did post it there a little while ago though) Anyway, here it is now:

    There are new paintings up on the SK art site now. And a painting which was featured on this very blog a few weeks ago will be up for auction on ebay in in a couple of days. hmmm…I wonder which painting that could be?? You can get a look at that painting on the SK art website and there will be a link to the ebay auction as soon as it goes up. Another painting — an early (2003) Steve self portrait — will also be auctioned on ebay at the same time. The image of that one is not on the SK art site, but there will be a link to the ebay auction of it there there (once it goes up on ebay that is).

    Go take a look. You might find something you like. 🙂

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    And I was so proud this year — I actually started working on my taxes a full 30 hours before they were due. That’s really good for me. 🙂
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    I have a problem with a lot of strong scents. Some stores I can’t even go into because I can’t breathe with the heavy scents they have, and I also have to get out of the laundry detergent/soap aisle of the grocery store. Even given that I do have a weakness for scented soaps. Most mass produced ones make my skin burn and break out into a rash, but I have found all natural, handmade soaps with scents I can stand. However I do have to buy them about a year before I plan to use them so I can let them air out to rid them of excess scent.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    With any luck the Twillies will discover for themselves how shallow and ultimately unsatisfying celebrity gossip “culture?” really is and will stop paying attention. Besides, kids — teenagers especially — are supposed to do things that drive their parents bonkers. 😉

  31. avatar
    calling down baal and zeus | 13 June 2007 at 9:58 am #

    the theatre and its double…
    well we saw master jean luc ponty acoupla eves ago ..wherever did u say? ..at the sellersville 1894 where we last saw the chrunkch of course ..
    he ,ponty that is , man hasnt lost a step in twenty years ..

    theres always a few moments at a ponty show when-where you dont know anything anymore ..everything you thought you know slips away further than before , farther than before and if i could translate octopi i could tell just what that violin was sayin…
    anywhere, a perfect place to see a show ..im left lomging for you and the men to sail in again and raise the skibbards and tarnish the yarnblards and take us all out to see…..come back to the theatre , even if only you with your mom and your books and the tall tales and …

  32. avatar
    sweed | 13 June 2007 at 10:15 am #

    goss rags and foundation…sad stuff. Hopefully they get over it (soon)

    -Summer Sweed

  33. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 11:24 am #

    I like women in make-up!
    Probably cos I went out with a girl for 9 years and she never once wore any.
    So now I want summat else.
    I dunno.
    I piss myself at blokes who wear aftershave though – Christ, is it still 1976?!

  34. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 12:02 pm #

    aluminum under our arms
    nickel, chromium and mercury in our teeth.
    terminator as govenor?
    conspiracy against life?

    richard mchealthy

  35. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 12:22 pm #

    well guys i gotta say that i LOVE stuff that smells nice…certain perfumes that i have remind me of certain times in my life…i have a perfume that smells like roses and i love roses…celebrity pop culture is a bunch of bullshit and i personally couldn’t give a rat’s ass what paris is up to…makeup…well…depends what mood i’m in…but i definitely love nice smells…
    you’re a funny bastard, steve… don’t change…
    -The Hellbound Heart

  36. avatar
    John Garratt | 13 June 2007 at 12:51 pm #

    Perfume + makeup = Like, I’m so totally trying too hard.

    John Garratt

    ps – Did one of you bastards snatch a copy of “Dabble” on ebay? I had a bid going on that sucker!

  37. avatar
    restaurant mark | 13 June 2007 at 12:58 pm #

    i say moderation on the smells and makeup. i live in georgia as you know…it’ll be about 92 F today. most everyone here needs a little deodorant. i know a guy who doesn’t wear anything…he says he doesn’t need it. i’m pretty sure he’s the only one who feels that way. he could melt the paint on the walls. personally, i wear unscented deodorant, because i don’t want to smell like winter pine or a summer breeze any more than smell stinky. i think certain colognes and perfumes are quite nice…have two that i wear. (not at the same time) but i don’t need anyone else or myself bathing in the stuff to where it takes over the whole room. makeups fine as long as it’s not caked on…i agree on the too much foundation thing. i like it to accent features, not be a mask. but what do i know? i’ve sure piled my share of eyeliner on back in the day. when was back in the day you ask? i think it was a thursday…

  38. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 1:11 pm #

    I have a copy of Dabble…is it rare now or something? You can get it on iTunes!

  39. avatar
    malcolm arkey | 13 June 2007 at 1:18 pm #

    many a true word is spoken in jest…

    you say
    “o.d. cologne”
    (very droll, Kilbey)
    and
    I say
    look at this:
    http://www.healthy-communications.com/perfumes.html

  40. avatar
    veleska1970 | 13 June 2007 at 1:26 pm #

    ah…..procrastination. why do today what you put off a week from now? or if ever?? 😉

    yeah, gotta agree with you about the celeb tripe and nonsense that we’re being bombarded with. and our young people are being poisoned with the wrong ideas about who they should be.

    i never was much of a fan of cosmetics, although i do use them, but very sparingly during the workweek. on the weekends, though, i don’t at all.

    *****
    to eek: thanks for the “new painting” info. i’ll check them out when i get a chance….

    lotza love……

  41. avatar
    CSTCoach | 13 June 2007 at 2:10 pm #

    gotta agree with ya about makeup. i hate it. lipstick really makes me cringe. who wants to kiss that? same for foundation. none of it is necessary.

    however, i do like a little light scent. something that lingers in the air very delicately after a pretty girl goes past, or the scent of it clinging to your shirt, just at the edges of perception. but of course there’s nothing more sublime than the scent of a girl’s hair on a pillow…

    BTW – they did get ya there, killa. have you forgotten your old makeup days?? 😉

    ryan

    – sue – yeah, i remember the old spice. and that godawful brut 33! actually, even worse, this old couple, a friend of my parents, once bought me a 5-pack aqua velva gift set. 5 putrid essences. i poured them behind the toilet to freshen up the washroom.

    – ps2 – listening to Woodenelves – very cool stuff!

  42. avatar
    CSTCoach | 13 June 2007 at 2:19 pm #

    eek – checked out the new paintings, thanks for the link.

    WOW! I’m impressed. Hellbound Heart is beautiful. Vanity, Sealine Insect, Burning Bush, Bombay Hook – sublime. Such a vivid blend of colours. Danger Bird, very cool. Your skills are really developing, steve. You can really see it in the SK & Scarlet painting, her face is really well done. Getting better and better all the time, and at such a pace.

    I have an SK print hanging on my wall rite now. I hope one day (if the writing gods are good to me) to own an orginial or two. 🙂

  43. avatar
    Cee | 13 June 2007 at 2:29 pm #

    Once upon a time Taylor (and the rest of us) sat next to SK chatting before sound check, Taylor then excused herself from the table to get ready for the show. She came back having “done” her lips, cheeks and eyes; SK took one look at her and said “My god, you left looking like a little boy and came back a beautiful woman.”

    It’s comments like these that keep the makeup industry in business.

    Just sayin’…

  44. avatar
    Brien Comerford | 13 June 2007 at 2:38 pm #

    Let’s compromise. People should only eat vegetarian food and use cruelty-free deodorant and perfume! Leave the animals alone !
    They belong in their indigenous nature sanctuaries instead of human digestive cemeteries.

  45. avatar
    gareth,notts | 13 June 2007 at 4:09 pm #

    reminds me of a joke from years ago – ‘why do women wear make-up and perfume? cos they’re ugly and they smell!!!’not my opinion ladies,but i always found it funny! as for aftershave?most of it is vile but i’ve never known one as nice as ‘fierce’ by abercrombie n fitch!

  46. avatar
    kat | 13 June 2007 at 4:18 pm #

    my dad used to wear brut. we banned old spice on him tho. i seem to recall the armpit t-shirt stain dilemma.

    i don’t wear make-up. but i do wear some patchouli every now and then.

    luv the art, sk!

  47. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 5:31 pm #

    I saw your wife at a gig and she was wearing make-up – purple – or was it mauve? – lipstick. The mascara was piled on pretty thick too.

  48. avatar
    tristan | 13 June 2007 at 5:33 pm #

    isolde,

    In Alexanderplatz
    sitze ich in einem Stuhl,
    abwarte auf den Kellner,
    atme die Luft.
    Mein Leben fliegt vorüber,
    während ich an Sie denke.

    Die Kellnerin kommt an,
    Schaue ich in ihre Augen.
    Ich sage :
    “Bringen Sie mir etwas
    gepaßt für die menschliche Rasse.”
    Sie hört nicht ein Wort,
    ich bin unsichtbar.

    tris

  49. avatar
    davem | 13 June 2007 at 6:55 pm #

    And here was me thinking tim was such a good influence.
    I like you in the eyeliner on the back of Remote Luxury, you sexy dog!!
    Agree on the goss mags. Fortunately Mrs m never ever reads ’em so I only see ’em in the dentists. Mind you if Davina McCall appears more regularly I’d be tempted to eat more sweets!!

  50. avatar
    zebob | 13 June 2007 at 7:13 pm #

    I’d love to post but I’ve got three Web sites I needed done … yesterday. Oh, I suppose there’s no harm in pecking out a few words, is there?
    Great to see even the mightiest of space rockahs falls into the same procrastination trap as we Earth-bound mortals.
    -z

  51. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 8:00 pm #

    im a man
    im no fool
    i tell ya most men dont like it
    you should be relieved

    here we go…assuming again, are we? your generalisations are out of character. you’re so refined when it comes to art and music, literature and culture – you pile it on real thick. but what about ritual and punctilio? is there no place left for gender usance? i bet almost all of the women you’ve ever fallen for wore make-up the first time you saw them. and i’m sure you turn to take a second look at women who avail themselves of the resplendence cosmetics and gilded regalia can offer. i wonder if you’d be attracted to a woman with hairy legs and armpits, bum-fluff and side-levers. if you want natural, go all the way, baby – no tan, no hair removal, no skin moisturiser, no tattoos, no piercing, clad in untreated, unadorned, natural, colourless fibres sewn at home in any which way just to cover your private property.

    don’t you know it’s all about the fantasy? i think you envy women because they get to do all the things you loved doing when you were young and pretty enough to get away with them. you’re like an old woman, bitterly preaching ‘cos if you dared to have fun with colour you’d just look like a very ugly, old clown. that’s why your paintings are so juvenile and colourful. you love paisley, rainbows, and colourful food. you love being pampered. don’t tell me you wouldn’t enjoy someone bathing you in exotic oils and preening your hair and body…giving you a facial and having fun with make-up…putting on the oldest records and falling all over the past. you need to get together – in private – with a bunch of old dreamers and live young among the old before you lose your mind and live it for real. pretend a little on the outside. the contrast would be nice, don’t you think? just don’t do it when your kids are around.

    getting back, why should it matter what men think? you really shouldn’t represent them because you think and mostly ‘feel’ like a woman. try looking at it from the inside of the other side. and don’t lie – you love wearing sticky, red lipstick when it comes off a fine pair of lips, kissing yours in that…way – the way you describe to yourself almost all the time.

    you know who i am, don’t you? the rest of you can …

  52. avatar
    the anus of summer | 13 June 2007 at 8:10 pm #


    i woke with a thought, something i was going to write you, it was like… “am i ambiguous because i think i know what i want or is it because really i have no idea?”

    i decided this thought was more intended for my own introspection, and then became daunted the tasks of the day (full time artist, full time occultist, full time student, full time bullshit job that is killing me, part time figure drawing teacher at a new local art school that is saving me – which you will see a publication from – and i promised myself no more anonymous post, but i’m addicted… i’m addicted…)

    is it important to be direct or directly important to wonder?

    all personal yet universal rhetorical questions of course.

    bring on the discourse…

    click on the blue, and
    what
    did it do?

  53. avatar
    persephone2u | 13 June 2007 at 8:23 pm #

    One’s personality is of course the most important thing, but I do love my MAC makeup! This is what happens when you spend your formative years growing up and seeing Nick Rhodes on TV all the time, ya see. That was how I thought all guys should look in my warped adolescent mind, haha.

  54. avatar
    knot | 13 June 2007 at 8:35 pm #

    don’t forget
    you can microwave your watch
    blow up 2 machines at once
    and yer being post-modern

    wheneverrrrr
    from California, Baby

  55. avatar
    persephone2u | 13 June 2007 at 8:38 pm #

    BTW, to all the men posting on here who say they don’t like makeup on women because it’s not natural, I hope that none of you have any porn on your computers or stray magazines laying about your home. Cuz that’s the ultimate when it comes to being, er, fake (lipstick lesbians, ahem). It’s a double-standard methinks; guys may SAY one thing, but they all do another. ;-}

  56. avatar
    deeply and truly anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 8:41 pm #

    if
    you
    have
    to justify
    it

    why
    not
    just buy
    it?

    there’s
    plenty
    of
    it

    for
    sale
    don’t
    even

    have to
    ask
    where
    they

    got it

    remnants
    bargin basements
    target’s
    filene’s

    macy’s
    it’s
    not like
    the fucin

    soft x-mas
    parade
    is going
    anywhere

    or in danger
    of going extinct
    or tested
    on animals

    your brains
    arn’t
    being bashed
    in

    everyday
    everyday

    for not
    wearing
    a burka
    or

    shaving
    your
    beard,
    hell

    we have
    a lot
    to
    be

    thankfull
    for
    the
    war

    against drugs

    the
    passenger
    pigeon

    a continent
    to despoil
    and poison

    the KKK

    Kill a Queer
    for Christ”

    stickers

    laboratory AIDS

    a country where
    nobody’s allowed
    to mind

    their own business

    a
    nation
    of finks

    hell, yes
    i’ll still
    get
    dolled up

    wouldn’t you?

    don’t get
    your
    panties
    in a knot

    christ,

  57. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 8:56 pm #

    such anger…and at this time o the morning!Its gonna be a beautiful day and all…..dont know bout, that bitter person at 6.00 and 6.10 but…I am at will,an unadorned barefaced,naturally perfumed sweet thang……and then,also at will,love my ruby red stilettos,and trussings and monkeys arse lips to boot…….neither of these gets more or any less attention……cause …..its not about impressing men……its what “floats my boat” at the time…..

  58. avatar
    MEM | 13 June 2007 at 8:59 pm #

    truly spoken pphone, yet my guy on guy porn is ‘make-up’ free, does that make me an exception, anomaly, or just a plane fag? (rhetorical)

  59. avatar
    empty as hell | 13 June 2007 at 9:36 pm #

    “Hello sweet creature
    Won’t you give me some blood-like guarantee
    I’ve been listening to myself too long
    And they’re making a prophet out of me
    I’m as empty as a shell can ever be

  60. avatar
    NickFiction | 13 June 2007 at 10:25 pm #

    what should we use for underarm in place of that aluminum stuff?
    I think the people at work might be offended if i came in smelling like a ratbag……

  61. avatar
    whatanonymouswhowho? | 13 June 2007 at 10:33 pm #

    jus memba, oneov these dayz we all gonna meet up… face to face… the whole stinkin buncha… hippies… and ho’s… and faeries… are we gonna geta longa fabously? or i’lit be like gunsmoke? some knock-down-fist-fight-brawl…??? or maybe we justa standa round and around lookin’ all glazed anmystofied…. yup… lufsatya… bohohodowninmytown….

  62. avatar
    the dean | 13 June 2007 at 10:35 pm #

    I had to do a 800m ocean swim in 20min as part of some course. I had 3 months to prepare. Plenty of time. Months passed, many excuses, it’s too cold, it too wet, can’t find my boardies. Two weeks to go, no use starting now, better start resting for the testing. Exam day, cold, choppy, swam my guts out, passed exam. I have not swum since that day.

  63. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 10:46 pm #

    you can buy aluminium-free deodorant – even the supermarket (here in aust) stocks it. comes in a purple, plastic, pump spray bottle. or you could try using baby or talcum powder. i’ll tell you what else works for those allergic to scented products – sorbolene cream.

    6.00

  64. avatar
    MEM | 13 June 2007 at 10:53 pm #

    “Buy a watch? Get your Post-Madern watches here…!”

  65. avatar
    XXXX | 13 June 2007 at 10:59 pm #

    ambiguous/anonymous

  66. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 June 2007 at 11:48 pm #

    Gossip, Gossip, Gossip

    Fonts of youth
    neednt feel so betrayed
    beauty is vibrant
    also silent n subdued

    children in need to be freed
    or cruise into the spears
    of unfleshed yesteryears
    keep it simple cupid
    taste your own envy even
    so far from embracing the deity we are..

    6 a.m. are you still beautiful baby?

    atleastitsartisticiguess?
    or just sarcastic.

    jr…….

  67. avatar
    mattdavison | 14 June 2007 at 1:06 am #

    I am an actor.. gotta wear make-up sometimes, for a while I used to put on a glowing powder thinking no one would notice..But they did!!
    silly really I look heaps better without it

    As for aluminium in underarm, it’s very true, and very dangerous..

    Natural smell is alway’s better…and woman love it” think Pheromone” aka Telepath.

    m

    Ps* good on ya woolfie (Welcome)

  68. avatar
    one angry female | 14 June 2007 at 2:39 am #

    i hate make-up too, and the fact that we’re not considered attractice enough without it, even though we already are the better looking sex! BUT- and a few commenters have said this before me – men don’t look twice at you if you’re not “sexually glowing”, and you’re one of them, man. Make-up these days is applied so subtly that you guys don’t even realize it’s there. You’re simply being duped. You don’t like make-up? Sure you do.

  69. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 June 2007 at 2:41 am #

    Well, I was wearing make-up when I met you, Steve, and you didn’t seem to mind one bit!

  70. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 June 2007 at 2:45 am #

    MAKE-UP IS COLOR THERAPY, KILLBEE!!

  71. avatar
    malcolm arkey | 14 June 2007 at 4:46 am #

    Oh, how I love it when the *big issues* get debated on this blog.

    It’s funny how a few of Kilbey’s tossed off words about make-up gets you lot more angry and more passionate and more fiery than when he spoke about the death of a young woman in Sweden.

    hmmmm…

  72. avatar
    Leelinau | 14 June 2007 at 5:39 am #

    hells yea persephone

    ^_^

  73. avatar
    Father Jones | 14 June 2007 at 5:55 am #

    I refuse to wear make up unless it can improve on God’s work
    and not be too messy!

  74. avatar
    Stevie of The Churches. A Church cover band. | 14 June 2007 at 5:58 am #

    I like the churches!

  75. avatar
    verdelay | 14 June 2007 at 6:36 am #

    I’d love to be an accountant
    An accountant’s life for me
    The five, the six, the nine, the two!
    The seven, four and three!

    That’ll be £443.99 plus VAT, thanks.
    I accept MasterBait

  76. avatar
    Altres | 14 June 2007 at 9:37 am #

    I always use the patchouli scented deodorant block from Lush. Very enviromentally friendly organisation who only use vegan products. The beautiful lady who sold me my merchandise at the Church gig in London commented on how nice I smelled. 😀

    http://www.lush.co.uk/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=76

  77. avatar
    don joe | 14 June 2007 at 11:30 am #

    Anonomouse at 6am you are a fukwit.

    no balls to say ur name but a lack of them to badger someone u r jealous of for stating ssomething he fels about RIGHT NOW. So what if the past was what it was your idealized dream of sanctity n lash shows how ill informed, grotesque and academically and intelligently undernourished you actually are. go n pick pansies n blow em out ur arse dip shit.

    ML,
    don joe

  78. avatar
    lily was here | 14 June 2007 at 12:52 pm #

    Altres, i love patchouli scent. I always carry a small vial in my handbag. There’s also a good effective non-aluminium aussie Tea Tree deodorant made by OK.


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