I have half a thought that this snippet will catapult into the ether from whence the archaeographic pieces came.

See! When you run off and join the dreamnavy and go to sea looking for the meaning of life, others come after, lifting the carpets and peering into the once crammed cupboards looking for signs of the previous occupant.

So it was that I came along to see for myself whether the derelict building that had held our attention during those erratic urban escapades still contained any remnants of magic past.

And good god if I didn’t find artifacts! Well done good sir!! The need for the sea air makes more sense to me now for some reason. And I love the faux arabic!

Good show! Be rested and well. And come back you bastard!

posted by peacay  on  02/15  at  08:44 AM



The term carpet derives from Old Italian carpita, carpire meaning to pluck.Sometimes the term carpet is used interchangeably with the term rug. Only with the opening of trade routes.Metal Beds | Leather Beds

posted by Metal Beds  on  03/27  at  01:05 AM


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