Tuesday, 7 October 2008

The "Did I really say that?" School of Interview Techniques

From an article, entitled The Ex Files, published in Observer Woman magazine, October, 2008 in which, to quote, 'Each month two former lovers explain what went wrong'. The article gives both sides of a lesbian relationship that collapsed. (Needless to say the women live in Brighton.)

Linzi:
Sex was important to our dynamic, we were incredibly sexually compatible so obviously we explored this from the start and the physical side was good right up until the cracks in our relationship started appearing.

7 comments:

L-Plate Author said...

Ha, David, that is so funny! Made me giggle at the end of a long day, can't be bad! x

Lane said...

Oh dear oh dear.

I wonder if Linzi realised when she saw it in print?:-)

liz fenwick said...

Chuckling but no comment :-)

Caroline said...

Made me laugh out loud!

x

DOT said...

L-P Author, Liz, Caroline - it cracked Sue and me up. So glad it wasn't just my schoolboy sense of humour.

Lane - I'm sure if Linzi didn't realise her malapropism (is that the correct expression?) the rest of Brighton will have informed her by now. Poor girl.

SpiralSkies said...

Sniggering like mad here... that's proper Syd James, that is!

travelling, but not in love said...

I love it. I turned up once in Cork with the boyfirend fo the time. the taxi driver asked what a pair of boys like us would be doing in Cork.

He suggested we go the newly opened lap dancing club..."If only for the craic"....

We peed our pants laughing and skipped happily off to a boy-bar.