Monday, June 14, 2010

Plastic people


a person who shows zeal against African horns, talks to Joe, complains loudly on buses, as loudly as the vuvuzela itself.
an excessively vuvuzealous person; fanatic.
a member of a radical, warlike, ardently patriotic group of peaceseeking fairweather 'soccer' fans in Clontarf, particularly prominent from a.d. 2010 to 2010, advocating the violent overthrow of plastic African horns and vigorously resisting the efforts of the Romans and their supporters to heathenise the Jews.


EmilyAM said...

Well that's my word of the day anyway. Off to find ways to use it.

Radge said...

It came to me on the walk to work. I couldn't blog quickly enough.

EmilyAM said...

Have you seen this?

Radge said...

I hadn't. My Culch days, both writing and reading, are in the past.

Nicely photoshopped, that.

hope said...

Yep, this look is definitely you. :)

Nicely done!

Dot-Com said...

Holy cow, someone got creative here - both with words and colours :)

Kath Lockett said...

geez and here I was thinking 'vuvuzealot' was a cheeky new white wine varietal!

Radge said...

There I was, deciding not to change a thing, when I came across this.

Holemaster said...

It's growing on me. Still has the darkness required and says still says Radge to me. Maybe a slightly sharper Radge.

In the cockarsebollocks world of advertising they call this 'brand evolution (not revolution)'.

Are you going to issue a brand positioning statement to go with this?

Radge said...

That sounds the very opposite of something I would do, Holemaster, and very like something I'd write an angry post about if I could get my head around it.

I'm pretty happy with the new clothes. Thought about a wholesale change but Therese talked me down, bless her.