Melbourne – celebrities

Me: ‘ere you’re that bloke out of Duran Duran.

LBCS: No I’m a St. Kilda cake shop.

Me: Ah gawn then just one photo.

10 comments

  1. Lord Sedgwick’s avatar

    Ah, Ackland St, you old heartbreaker and artery clogger you … more cholesterol than you can poke a burnt bagel at.

  2. Anthony’s avatar

    Spooky just chewing on a (non) burnt bagel as I read the comment. Tuna cheddar and sundried tomato in one of those sandwich press things that I bought a few weeks ago. Good but not for baked beans like the Brevilles.

  3. tokyo goat’s avatar

    georgeff at his keyboard bashing, trigger happy best.

  4. Jeanne’s avatar

    So is this the place to go when you’re hungry like the wolf? Please, please tell me now.

  5. Anthony’s avatar

    Andrew – I am an impatient keyboard basher it’s true. A poor typist and a worse proof raeder.

    Jeanne – You’ve gone too far this time.

  6. Santos’s avatar

    hey i just saw the ambular pasty cinnamon le bonbon on sunset blvd this evening. he looked better in melbourne.

  7. Anthony’s avatar

    Rupert Sheldrake! Did you ask if he was that cake shop in Melbourne? Hope things are well in LA. Missing ya blog.

  8. Santos’s avatar

    are you calling me a delightful crackpot? can’t comment on l.a. quite yet. i don’t think restraining orders expire, do they? not allowed to approach john taylor after barraging him with wadded up nasty notes during “notorious” at the universal armpit-theatre sometime in the late eighties, so probably not a good thing to start a conversation with puffy le bon.

  9. Anthony’s avatar

    You’re a delightful Le Creuset craquepot. Poor old John boy, a friend of mine who had that kind of authoritative aura about him said John Taylor was the finest bassist ever. Can’t be right.

  10. Anonymous’s avatar

    I’ve gone too far? But you must understand, I can’t stop myself, it’s a new religion.

    Jeanne

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