I should like to say: If I am wrong about this I have no guarantee that anything I say is true.
That is to say: If I make certain statements false It’s uncertain I understand anything. Continue reading →
Waiting in the dentist’s reception area longer than usual, owing to ‘protracted extraction issues’ with an earlier patient, I’m informed, some professions requiring the use of euphemism more than others, I pick up the 29th Annual Hollywood Issue of Vanity Fair from the table beside me.
A shimmering periodical dedicated to showcasing the glitz and glamour of big-time movie and TV stars?