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Beyond Belief...
Well, I wasn't looking forward to the choir concert, but this is really uncalled for. I hadn't eaten, and was feeling a bit seedy, but tought nothing of it. We stood all through the rehearsal, though, and I was by then feeling a bit lightheaded as well.
The concert itself wasn't quite as grim as I'd feared, until I began to feel all sweaty and fainty. I tried to soldier on, but it wasn't getting any better, so I thought Id better walk off the line and sit in a pew for a bit. (Oh the mortification-) I did manage to get up for the next number, but sang like a sewer, and mostly just goldfished on to the end. Jesus! Oh well, it gave me a good excuse not to hang around for the doubtless excruciating wine and nibbles afterwards. Now, of course, I'm in a big hypochondriac fret. Shit.  Weird weather is setting in, too.


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Boris Johnson has been asked that before....

As for Boris Johnson's hair, David Letterman asked him a hair styling question:

Letterman just got a look, Mr. Johnson never addressed the question.

Oh, suck! Could just be plain and simple hunger causing low blood sugar rather than dread disease, though, couldn't it? I'm doing the 2 day fast diet thing and I often feel pretty seedy on the fast days...

O little town of (thump) o she's fallen over

Fainting in choir at least once is practically compulsory for choristers, Lee, I shouldn't fret. You can even bring it on by deliberately doing a bunch of short aspirated breaths and then going too long on the sustained notes. Singing is much more of a strain on the body than people give it credit for.

I'm kind of jealous actually -- I used to really enjoy choir at school maybe I ought to

Re: O little town of (thump) o she's fallen over

Oh yeah,you've got to be a proper athelete to do the heavy stuff,I know. It did also occur to me that my faulty breath control, on top of feeling a bit nauseous anyway, undid me. My ears are still burning with shame, though...I do recommend dropping in on the local community choir, anyway. I may sound like Lee Marvin with a bad hangover, but making communal noise really is a kinda primal pleasure.

I'ma call you Lee "Rhyging" Kennedy from now on.

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