Archive for the ‘the caterer’ Category
“Some things you don’t believe till you see them in the mirror.”
“The landfill of masks will never happen.”
“Life is a chessboard with one piece and one square.”
“Do not hang a man and be surprised at his reaction.”
“The best way of getting into something is to think of it as mischief.”
Authority takes everything. It nails the puddle of wine to the table.
“Let us forget the past - this is the only way to be genuinely surprised.”
“A sniper is like a genius - it’s not enough to be one, you have to be one at something.”
“One thing you’ll say for skeletons, they’ll always give you a smile.”
“Most books are so well written they barely have any effect on the reader’s senses.”
“Break your own heart - I’m busy.”
“Originality irritates so obscurely that people may have to evolve to scratch it.”
“There’s no such thing as a normal angel. It’s never done that way.”
“How many times does a man have to shave before his chin gets the message?”
“Reading the time is like sticking a knife in the river. And that was your first mistake.”
“I’m afraid I’m serious. Bats only attack sick animals, such as your future. We’ve changed our mind in the middle of the grand experiment.” I wonder what he’s doing now?
Lint’s idea of an acceptable hero was a spider with multiple eyes like rally car headlights who, when issued an order, would jet tears of mirth from the entire bank of eyes. Characters such as Felis Arkwitch and The Caterer’s Jack Marsden are fine examples of such tricksters. I wonder what he’s doing now?