OM MANI PEME HUNG
“People say Drukpa Kunley is utterly mad –
In madness all sensory forms are the Path!
People say that Drukpa Kunley’s organ is immense –
His member brings joy to the hearts of young girls!
People say that Drukpa Kunley is too fond of sex –
Congress results in a host of fine sons!
People say that Drukpa Kunley has an amazing, tight arse –
A tight arse shortens the rope of Samsara!” – The Divine Madman, translated by Keith Dowman ♥
FCOL, FB is FS. But here is the Ganapati Upanishad, despite FB’s “issues”
WE’VE ONLY MISSED a few Bill Moores’ parties at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese in Fleet Street, and unfortunately we missed yesterday’s event, as we’re in Sunny Bengaluru, rather than the cold Chrismassy atmosphere in London Town.
So thanks to fiends for sending us links to the best and worst of British journalism, raw in tooth and flesh, with the entire set here. It is Daryl Wilcox hosted now – he was a fine journalist – we used to call him Dayrate Wilcox – but he has gone to the other side. I wasn’t invited. ◊
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