I observed that somebody residing in France made note that they'd finished their postings for the duration of the challenge that I would never participate in. You might of heard of the alternative to my anarchic alphabet challenge. They are going from A to Z. Fancy that.
Anyway, after noting their profile update on a certain social network site, I thought perfect, "F" is for "France!" So thank you for the inspiration, Elise Fallson And yes, France is awesome!
So, "F" is for "France." Or should I say the bizarre conversations I've had with a few English people about France. Conversations such as, "Those bloody French! How ignorant are they? I went to France and they didn't even have the decency to speak in English! And don't get me started on the public toilets I noted in Carcassonne!" At which point the same person asks me, "Would you like a baguette? Perhaps some gateau?" What the "F"?
Speaking of social networks, or is that social 'notworks', "F" is for 'Farcebook', everyone's favourite social 'notworking' site. Yes, a site where you can read my vitally important to your life, profile updates. Updates such as, "Hi there, I was contemplating doing a blog about apathy but couldn't be bothered. Somebody asked me if I was always indecisive. Well yes and no." Yep, "F" is for 'Farcebook.'
Here is Fidelina posing proudly with her husband, Geoffrey and their boy child, Einahalk.
"F" is for "Fellatio." Which is an obscure Italian opera from the eighteenth century. Unfortunately, the name of the composer of "Fellatio", is a mystery, subject to oral conjecture. Now that really sucks.