Come Again: Indietracks Erotic Wordsearch

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Come Again: Indietracks Erotic Wordsearch

Post by linus » Mon Jul 29, 2013 17:15

Despite nobody asking for it, I thought I'd share this here- ideally suited for anyone who likes word puzzles and substandard filth- it was in the Come Again fanzine we hawked over the weekend, copies of which are almost certainly now littering the hedgerows and kerb sides of Butterley
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Post by leon » Tue Jul 30, 2013 12:59

"Spying her Owl and Mouse" made me do a massive LOL yesterday even in the midst of the worst hangover in living memory.
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Post by humblebee » Tue Jul 30, 2013 13:30

Genius. I just choked on my anguish sandwich.

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Post by bulgariandisco » Tue Jul 30, 2013 14:39

Dirty boys. I need a shower and a lie down.

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Post by Damian » Tue Jul 30, 2013 19:45

I read parts of this out in the car to Kerry as we drove back to feed the rabbit on Sunday morning, before coming back. The bit about the Wedding Present and Mexican Kids elicited an especially strong "eww". High praise indeed.

I for one enjoyed it muchly, and the whole fanzine as it happens. Do another.

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Post by tompony » Tue Jul 30, 2013 20:19

This is amazing. I think "Stevie Jackson" made me laugh the most but I was also full of admiration for "Anguish... Sandwich". Bravo!

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Post by Ben » Wed Jul 31, 2013 10:21

This seems like a good opportunity to drop some appreciative words re: 'Come Again # 1' ; it was a great read, and provoked untold mirth 'round our corner of the campsite, maybe even a tiny bit of thoughtful head-nodding too. You guys should definitely consider further ventures in the field of transcribed banter / printed merriment.

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Post by gofelt » Wed Jul 31, 2013 11:14

Ha ha, I read it on the train on my way to work this morning. Even now I can't STOP laughing :-)
"...and cried Onward Chariots", "his little david tattersall", "I managed to wake the president" Genius, pure genius! each and every line of this!
Probably the best thing I've ever read in an indiepop fanzine :-)

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Post by linus » Sun Aug 04, 2013 19:38

Is anyone keen to see the answers or do you need a bit more time?

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Post by linus » Sun Aug 18, 2013 16:49

the bands/performers hidden in the saucy tale (who've played at indietracks over the years) were (in order):

helene
countryside
another sunny day
foxes(!)
the world of fox
gordon mcintyre
good grief
the good natured
dirty fingernails
art brut
milky wimpshake
apple eyes
young romance
occasional flickers
fever dream
friends
anguish sandwich
jam on bread
fear of men
(the) sunbathers
david tattersall
sloppy joe
love dance
help stamp out loneliness
bloomer
paisley and charlie
very truly yours
socks and shoes
zipper
a smile and a ribbon
wake the president
stevie jackson
owl and mouse
minibar
marshmallow kisses
(the) lovely eggs
(the) bobby mcgees
tender trap
(the) smittens
(the) fireworks
(the) colliding lemons
the orchids
(the) frank and walters
the language of flowers
(the) cavalcade
onward chariots!
(the) wedding present
one happy island
mexican kids at home
loyal trooper
shrag
(the) indelicates
expensive
the jerks
silver drop
(the) felt tips
doggy
their hearts were full of spring
(the) school
(the) vaselines

working out below

my new e-book and print on demand paperback: a tale of lust, intrigue and furtive desire aboot the indiepop community entitled '50 shades of beige' will pop out shortly, be sure to pre-order yours (free balloon)
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Post by linus » Sun Aug 18, 2013 20:31

Ben wrote:This seems like a good opportunity to drop some appreciative words re: 'Come Again # 1' ; it was a great read, and provoked untold mirth 'round our corner of the campsite, maybe even a tiny bit of thoughtful head-nodding too. You guys should definitely consider further ventures in the field of transcribed banter / printed merriment.
ooh, ta, Ben, I missed this before

thanks everyone who even dared look it our screed, whether you were amused/bemused/confused, we appreciate your effort

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