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Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Day 1438 - The orange juggler

Morrissey last night appeared on James Corden's The Late Late Show, singing Kiss Me A Lot. Whilst he was in the Green Room, Moz was filmed juggling oranges, which got the MW splinter group community, The World of Moz, very excited, as they immediately saw this as a nod to their leader, Chuck aka Orange Mécanique. And perhaps they are right, although of course, Moz does has previous for tossing oranges!









As for the perfor, er, singing thing.... MAGNIFIQUE! Oh, Steve Barnett and you other c**ts at Harvest, so much to answer for.




Anyway, I'm not supposed to be here, so I'll f**k off again, and only reappear when that parody or essay arrives..... I may be some time!



Foot Note: Morrissey's interview with Larry King on Monday has now appeared on the internet, plus Kiss Me A Lot:

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  2. Splendid to see Moz on TV again. Really enjoying the Larry King clips that are emerging - can't wait to see the complete interview later today.

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  3. And remember that the original orange tossing photo is a Coteau reference.

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    1. Is it? Please remind us.

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    2. Don't you read your own blob, Rats? Please refer to Day 881 - Jigsaw pieces everywhere:
      http://followingthemozziah.blogspot.com.au/2014/02/day-881-jigsaw-pieces-everywhere.html

      Here's my composite pic: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BgKZZOBCAAAUArf.jpg

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  4. Good day Mr. Ratbag Sir! I'm thrilled that you broke your vow of silence again, only to blog about that flimsy orange juggler coincidence! Just one little critique though, I'm not the leader of TWoM as we have none, I was just the first of the fruits to blog, but you shall be forgiven this minor mistake; I guess growing up and living under the heel of a royal family leaves its mark. My sympathy at this point.

    Also, I really think we should discuss that term "splinter group". As it would seem that for a splinter group, we're surprisingly popular at the moment. Would you like to join in? DM me your email.

    *goes off hopping* Bastille... Mausoleum...

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    1. The Nazi party became popular too!

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    2. Come on children, play nicely.

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    3. It's ok, I don't mind the banter, the funny old rodent friend was just pulling my leg when he pretended to misunderstand me - of course I wasn't referring to TWoM's popularity with the Moz audience, but Moz himself. See our blog for details. You should join in, Monsieur Rat, maybe next time he'll juggle with furballs then!

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  5. Hello all my deluted friends!
    He looked so good. I am so happy for him. Very emotional to see him in such a good humour inspite all of the difficulties he has had.
    Love you all!

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  6. A perfectly charming & captivating interview with Larry King. As ever I was captured by Morrissey's sincere & candid manner.
    In particular I was touched as he described depression as "part of being a sensitive open human". Beautifully eloquent.
    It was also lovely to hear him talk so fondly about how close the band are. It reminded me of catching a glimpse of them hugging each other before coming on stage in Genoa.
    My heart is warmed.

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    1. Agreed, it's a delightful interview and wonderful to see Morrissey so relaxed and looking so well. I also especially appreciated his comments on depression, along with these other comments, which I loved:

      “I think about everything too much… I have this chattering voice, this chattering mind, and it just doesn’t stop.And nothing can make it stop.”
      (This is the story of my life...)

      “I’m a sensitive little thing, and I’m very interested in poetry and the poetic side of life, and so obviously it’s hard in modern life because there’s no poetry in modern life. There’s nothing very nice about modern life.It’s very difficult, so yes, I feel pangs very easily.”

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    2. I was taken by these comments too Heather. I can relate to the constant chattering voice, I refer to mine as stinking thinking. (Not poetic I know!)
      And the sensitive little thing comment made me melt.

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    3. Great interview - although nothing new revealed. Moz looks in rude health, and was very relaxed. He almost looks..... content! Love all of those neck chains.

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    4. The torso lingerie is distracting.

      It's taken me a long time (and lots if ambient mudic and medication) to stop me thinking so bleakley all the time.

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  7. It was a very good interview, more like a conversation, with Moz seeming so relaxed. Touching on various points though the stand out parts for myself were the chattering mind, poetry, when he refers to his depression as the black dog, being vegan and saying how we start off vegetarian. I cringed when Larry used the word "preform" but he is quickly forgiven having been drowned out by applause.
    I can't get enough of Kiss Me A Lot, it's such a great little song.

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  8. Dear Mr. Rat Sir, I'm writing to you with a terribly troubled heart. The remnants in my timeline told me that you had been deeply offended by one of my DMs - so much that you decided to block me. Again. But this time, and I stand before you with my hand on my heart, it was honestly a misunderstanding. I just delivered a message from someone else, and it was obvious to me that it was a metaphor, but, dear me, I still have no clue what it means. Of course I made sure that the expression wasn't rude - at least with my limited resources, which breaks down to Urban Dictionary, and until now, I was 100% sure that the entirety of possible insults known to man can be found there. Was I mistaken? Or were you just pulling my leg? I only delivered the message because it came from a very charming person, and it had such a nice sound to me, and why would I assume that a metaphor including beautiful things such as dancing and animals could ever be interpreted as rude?

    Monsieur Rat, I apologise with all the sincerity that I am capable of, and I hope you'll reconsider. Please don't ban me. Again. It's really more than I can bear. I am a true Blue Roser just like you, and incidentally, only last night I ordered a package of beautiful silk Blue Roses, to make sure that they will still look beautiful and unharmed when I make an attempt to present Morrissey with them. Just as he, himself, has asked us to do.

    Forever yours,
    Monsieur Orange

    P.S. If someone would be so kind to explain to me what "go shag a donkey" is supposed to mean, please DM me.

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