Wednesday, 1 July 2009

The Sound of the Crowd

Spent most of tonight at Daniels. It's like Piccadilly Circus sometimes at his gaff with people coming in and out every two minutes. He has a big family and they seem to be in each others pockets all the time. It might sound like fun but he hates it. There is never any piece and you can't really escape from people to your own little privacy. Even when we disappear up into his room you can guarantee there will be some point when someone will knock and come in without waiting for an answer. Not that we are doing anything, it just seem rude. This results in Daniel shouting, then they throw a strop, and before you know it, it's slamming doors and sulking silence for 10 minutes or so.

Tonight there was a major row developing and his mum joined in, then his dad appeared, his sister started crying, and someone trod on the dog so it yelped and ran in the kitchen, stood in it's water bowl that splashed all over the newly moped floor and as all this chaos was going on i decided to slip out the back door and come back home again.

There is something to be said for living on your own, Peace, quiet, and a little less hassle.

I only get lonely on rare occasions nowadays. If i could have a boyfriend that i could keep in a cupboard somewhere for when i fancied a little company it would be great. Wheel them out when I'm in the mood for some fun. Then stick 'em back in again when they start getting on my tits

If only life was as simple as that. I'm starting to sound like one of those nutters you read about in the papers arn't i ?.

2 comments:

Micky said...

I think, sometimes, both Pete and I would love that 'keep him in a cupboard' situation!

Of course, guys do their own thing when there aren't things to do together.

Doesn't stop us or any other couple loving each other to bits, though!

You're hardly ever going to get that 100% compatibility we all strived for.

Doomed But Cheerful! said...

Chaos! I love the idea of the dog splashing his water on that clean floor - just the thing to either diffuse or catalyse any difficult situation.

Never work with animals, or children!

G =]