Thursday, 6 September 2012

Mr C around town, part IX

Mr C relaxing in Edinburgh again, this time behind the closed doors of the broad, majestic Cenny public haus. Is the glass half-full or half-empty? I'd say it's half-empty of course but you'd have to ask Murray, executive creative director of the world-famouse Shock And Awe management consultancy, who explains that "it's all in the camera angle". I agree with Murray.

"We need to make books cool again. If you go home with someone and they don't have books, don't fuck them" said John Waters. No worries there for young Roger, he's got loads of cool books of course.

Mr C grew up on the cutting/bleeding edge of a living death in a new-build Brookside-style estate on the outskirts of Colchester. "There was a lot of attrition" he says, "so I'm always pleased to experience things from a gentler perspective". Here we see Fenris (aka The Wolf) getting to grips with Mr C and starting a trend for mirror-reading through shards of mixed charcoal and light. "Bravo!" says Mr C, "vive la différence!"

Mr C continues the meetngreet with a tour of the Homes & Gardens of Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire organised by my auld china plate Simon. Here we see part one, in Quainton, Bucks. Says Mr C "I'm really enjoying this part, I feel I'm really getting to know the people of Merrie Englande, and that they're as interested as I am in spreading the love."

Part two of the Homes & Gardens of Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire tour. Here we see Mr C twisting by the pool in Berkhamsted, Herts, with his minder during the last days of Summer 2012. "Ain't life sweet?" says Mr C. Ain't it though?

Part three of the Homes & Gardens tour and Mr C is back in Quainton, Bucks for some proper job rest and relaxation. "Hearts and minds" says Mr C, "that's what it's all about. And I owe it all to Joseph Goebbels, Lawd Coe and that pig on the wire. What was his name again? Oh yes, Boris Johnson. What a great agency we make."

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