Dylan Moran – On Mornings
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[Dylan Moran – On Mornings]
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[Dylan Moran (November 3, 1971)] Source: LYBIO.net
If you go and put them, what is the bad stuff? You know, fucking mornings! What is that about? That time is a huge lie. “Get up, get up! We’re going to be late! Quickly! Late, imagine it! The disaster if we’re late! What’ll happen if we’re late? I can’t even bear to think about it!” Late is an idea. Late is bullshit. It doesn’t matter how fucking late you are, you can turn up in your pajamas, scratching your nuts with a fork, the same old shit’s gonna be there. It’s a lie!
People running up to you saying, “What do you think?” in the morning! “What do you think? Think? Think?” “I’m not even fucking breathing; go away with your think” It takes you three quarters of an hour to find your face and apologize to it.
And how did they lure you back into the world, into the human race, into consciousness itself? With the great traditional breakfast! As eaten here and in Britain and Ireland and lots of other places: Fried slices of dead pig, tubes of dead pig, some fungus and a chicken’s period on a plate, “WELCOME BACK! WE MISSED YOU WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING! ENJOY!”
[Dylan Moran] Source: LYBIO.net
You can always go with the healthy option, of course, you can, of course, you can. Some yummy cereal, hmm hmm hmm dust with milk! Says it right there on the box in big primary colored letters ‘contains fibre’. Goody gumdrops, I was up all night fantasizing about fucking fibre. You know that feeling when you get a belly full of fibre and you can skip round the room taunting everybody who didn’t get theirs? Remember all those times in your life when you stopped strangers in the street and scream at them “I need some fibre!” Lies and corruption!
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