Saturday, February 09, 2013

* Manners Maketh The Man

I’m not a religious man; ask anyone that knows me.

Why do I mention this? Well, Nicky and Mike over at We Work For Cheese are running a month-long writing challenge. Yes, an entry every day in February.

So while I’m not a religious man, I’ll be over here, praying for deliverance.

Or to eaten by a shark in broad daylight in the high street.

It’s all good.





This blog entry has been removed, revised and included in the romping sci-fi epic TESTAMENT: FUNNY BADGERS by Indigo Roth, Red Angel Publishing, 2013.

Its reference in the book is MARRAKECH 1:1-20

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20 comments:

  1. Now you've piqued my interest, Indigo.

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    1. Hey Dufus! Don't be intrigued, O Doofid One! Set sail from your homeland and see the world before we pave it all over! Indigo

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  2. Really, Indigo. I'm a little disappointed to know that you don't speak a word of Nothing Else. Mais, ce n'est pas grave, mon ami. Je suis sûr que tu as eu des aventures quand même. :-)

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    1. I tell you Nicky, my Nothing Else is basic at best; it wasn't on the syllabus, and I had to pick it up from indifferent colleagues once I started work. My French at least aspires to directing someone to the post office while saying "um" a lot. Tho may I say, your French was just a little saucy there? Indigo x

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  3. Magnifique! Please pass the pancakes. Merci :)

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    1. Hey Jenny! Merci, ma cherie. Je suis heureux que vous avez apprécié mon histoire. Merci =) Indigo x

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  4. Well, this was quite interesting. :)

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    1. Hey P.J.! Well, thank you! Indigo

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  5. I'm very jealous that you've been to Marrakech. And your waitress sounds lovely. Was her name Serrah, by any chance?

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    1. Hey Mike! It was a great trip, full of surprises; there's four more parts there if you feel so inclined. As for the lady's name, I have no idea, matey, and I was far too shy to try and ask. Indigo

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  6. I have a shade of nail polish that's called Marrakech. I feel positively French when I wear it.

    Lovely post, Indigo, it sounds like such an amazing adventure. :)

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    1. Hey Ziva! That sounds lovely, what's the colour? And thank you, Z, it was a lot of stressful fun =) Indigo x

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  7. I want that view and I want that food!!!

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    1. Hey Katherine! I gave the best view I could; not all of them were quite so pretty. But yes, spectacular. And the grub wasn't bad, either! Enjoy the rest of the tale =) Indigo

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  8. That sounds like a lovely, if challenging, adventure, and the view from the roof is really pretty. Looking forward to part 2.

    Got a little behind yesterday and today.

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    1. Hey Linda! PART TWO (and all the others) are already there! CLICK THE LIIIIINK! And yes it was =) Indigo x

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  9. The closest I've ever been to Marrakech is eating a pocket bread sandwich called the "Marrakech Express" at Erik's DeliCafe, a Northern California sandwich shop chain. It's not quite as romantic as your story, I admit.

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    1. Hey KZ! Ooooh, Northern California? Not Marin County, perchance? I loved it there! And thank you, the romance of North Africa was quite something. Indigo

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  10. Always thought your mind a little bazaar......

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    1. Ooooh, wash your mouth out, PUNNER! Indigo

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