Tuesday, June 20, 2006

SALUTI DA FIRENZE

Un'altra vecchia storia pubblicata su Liberaria nel 1998.

1- Since long long time ago in a village called Ardate Inferiore it’s not allowed to watch the clocks in public, …because of some religious reasons.
It is also indecorous to speak about time.
2- “Look at that man!!! Disgusting!!! You ought to be ashamed of your action!!!!
3- In the common areas and into every house there are some rooms where you can watch the time without shame.
“ Sorry, I must go to know what time is it...urgently”
“No problem”
(on the doors: digital – analogic)
4- A new kind of cloth hides the wrist-watches.
“My coverwatch has a beautiful zip”
“Cool!”
5- People say that into many VIP's houses there are some unconventional parties.
“What time is it?”
“Look!! It’s 11.23 PM”
“Go on … go on…”
“It’s 11.23 PM”
“Ohhhhhh….”
6- 161. Hot Line
“It’s 10.30 PM”
7- During the holidays some people use to send their friends spicy postcards.
"Greetings from Florence”.

4 comments:

Armin said...

Caspio che bella!!
Me la ricordo pure!!
Una raffica di giochi di parole eccezionale!!
Che buon giorno!!

Armin.

emo said...

è la seconda volta che arrivo secondo.
non accadrà più.
io - come diceva Bartali - voglio arrivare uno!

raffaella said...

Ste, questa è intramontabile!
sempre una delle mie preferite.

saluti da Milano

raffa

Stefano Misesti said...

E'anche una delle mie storie preferite.Avevo fatto anche una breve animazione in flash con l'aiuto di Matthieu Mendola.