Wednesday, 17 February 2010

DON'T ATTEMPT ANYTHING WITHOUT THE GLOVES

Hint #47: Expect certain aspects of domesticity to be neglected during rewrites.

8 comments:

Anna-Marie said...

lol! That reminds me, I ought to go and load up the dishwasher :) I can really relate to his last comment. "I think we've been in here too long. I feel unusual. I think we should go outside." I feel like that about once a week. That is an obviously classic movie that I've never seen. I'm gonna watch that tonight - thanks for the idea!

TOM J VOWLER said...

How have you not seen this film, AM? I envy you, getting to see it for the first time.

James Killick said...

Great to see this again, was weeping with laughter throughout.

Donna Hosie said...

LMAO. God, I love that film.

claires inner world said...

We want the finest wines available to humanity, we want them here, and we want them now.

Katerina said...

Hi Tom,

I'm a freelance writer, living in the same town as you! I see you follow Strictly Writing - I was their guest blogger on Wednesday 17th - and I'm also a published short story writer, as well as a copywriter for The Anthony Nolan Trust and I write non-fiction articles as well. I'm currently editing my first novel. Are there any writing groups in our area? If not, maybe we should start one up?

Jackie Waddle said...

Agree with your comment on Vanessa Gebbie's blog - 'which was harder - the first draft of the novel or the grant application form.' Haven't managed the grant yet, but self-published my first novel, second one is still in the first shitty draft stage. Congrats to you for securing the grant - I live in Tavistock as well my website is www.aspiringwriters.co.uk

TOM J VOWLER said...

Thanks for all your comments. This film is genius.

Hi Katerina & Jackie. What wonderful news to find some fellow scribblers in this lovely little town. I could be interested in a writing group. Email me and we can chat some more about it: tomvowler at hotmail dot com