Sunday, 2 October 2011

Sunday 02/10/11

The main problem with having built a personal brand as an enfant terrible is that when the youth is gone, all that's left is a terrible old man [via twitter]

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7 comments:

Tim in the City of Angles said...

Ya got that right... prick.

Ben said...

You know, Tipp-Ex is cheaper. Tricep looking ginormous, btw.

London Preppy said...

ben: Ugh, all the good ideas come too late. Could have saved myself some money and a bit of pain (though I deserve the pain, so)

kim said...

i'm seriously contemplating getting a 'blank' tattoo somewhere on my body, not to cover an existing tattoo, but so I can feign the feeling of grief at having part of my youth covered over forever.

London Preppy said...

kim: It definitely heightens your visual drama, right? People will always wonder - what is this person hiding? WHAT IS THIS PERSON RUNNING AWAY FROM?

Wyler said...

Wasn't it only a few months ago that one LP attended a reading by Mr. Ellis and had him sign a copy of Imperial Bedrooms? I believe there was nervous talk of twittering and who would follow whom and whatnot. Questions begged to be asked: What happened (or didn't happen)? and why the sudden fall from grace? Are you going to tell us or are we just to fill in the blanks with our own lurid details?

London Preppy said...

wyler: I don't know if I want to make this a thing, where I explain things elaborately, etc. I guess it will have to suffice to say for now that I didn't feel comfortable being the guy who had that writer's name tattooed on his body. That's all