It is a cold rainy night in Paris. It rains whenever I visit, like Paris is teary-eyed over my inevitable departure. Pity. I am in the back of a filthy cab, hurtling towards who knows where? I am clutching a half-eaten flan in my left hand, a silver spoon in my right. I detest flan, like a gussied-up pudding pop. Ever eco-friendly I open the window and fling it out. (it is organic) The silver spoon I pocket. although I wasn't born with it. Maybe I'll have a yogurt later. Not a greek yogurt, the spoon makes my butt hurt. (completely stolen humor) I look down, oh my god! A mixture of Prada and Armani. Who dressed me, Anderson Cooper? That tears it, I am having him declared 'enemy of the state'. Who is giggling now? Really, becauseI can hear giggling. It is so disenheartening when ones innver voices titter away at some inside joke. Only part of the reason I loathe them so. As opposed to you, my loyal (and pretty) readers. Whom I just adore. Stop over, I'll give you candy. now back to our adventure.
"Take me to the Grand" I shriek at the driver. It helps to shriek when in Paris. They expect it, really, Kabuki knows their is a 'Grand' in Paris, and kabuki knows this is where he belongs. Kabuki just hopes it is not a Chicken and Waffles place, because kabuki is not in the mood for food. Kabuki is in the mood for love. It may or may not be caused by my humpy neighbor, why must we question love? Just wrap yourself in loves' embrace. Fox also is a good wrap. just sayin. The cab comes to a stop in front of a red carpet, the rain has stopped, if a rainbow was out kabuki would call Disney and tell them to knock it off. But no, so kabuki presses on. What happens next is simply not to be believed. And kabuki will tell you all about it, just as soon as I make it up. (merde) hang-on my lovelies