A tall stack of psychedelic pancakes please.
Make them a shade of pink so revoltingly bright that when I blink it feels as if the interior of my cranium has been renovated to resemble Barbie’s Dreamhouse.
Then throw some sprinkles on it yeah?
Another thing, bit of a strange request, but do you reckon that instead of, say on at table with a knife and fork, you could serve it to me on the grass somewhere at the bottom of your garden? Near a faerie ring or a magic looking toadstool if poss.
Ideally I’d like to dress up in my stripey neon knee high socks and sneak up on it through the undergrowth like I’m some sort of inquisitive acid washed woodland creature and devour it by surprise.
Brilliant, so you’ll be able to accommodate me this afternoon?
Fantastic, and I’m assuming you’ve still got a waiting staff of pixies, imps, and elves who’ll be able to spoon feed this into my mouth right?
Wow, that’s really something.
Unfinished Wall Jobs As someone who likes a neatly painted wall with crisply contrasting trim, I was surprised to find myself hunting the world wide web in pursuit of “unfinished” and imperfect paint jobs. Offering color, texture and ease, could this be a new trend?
Paris (5°) 1914
(The Autochrome Lumière is an early color photography process. Patented in 1903 by the Lumière brothers in France and first marketed in 1907, it was the principal color photography process in use before the advent of subtractive color film in the mid-1930s.)