Monday 12 December 2011, 2.24am HKT

APOLOGIES FOR DISAPPEARING, but I spent whole day Saturday and Sunday at a music and arts festival with the highly memorable name of Clockenflap.

Carefully now, it’s CLOCK-n-FLAP.

It isn’t Cock ’n — never mind, you get the idea.

That’s why I’ve been neglectful of the incoming comments and spam since Friday evening.

Once I get off my lazy backside, get round to sorting out the pictures, get round to deciphering my scrawls that pass for notes of the event, I’ll post words and pictures.

Plus some interesting observations and insights about the people who went there.

I wasn’t making this up about the name.
Santigold and crew doin’ their stuff in their frilly dresses.

In the meantime, here are Clockenflap’s links:

That’s me, squished and squashed in the crowd five hours ago.
The chick wriggling up and down in front me was, ahem, highly memorable.

(Oh, you can just tell my forthcoming post is going to be ever so slightly inappropriate, can’t you?)

© The Naked Listener’s Weblog, 2011. Images by the author.

2 Responses to “Back”

  1. Ed Hurst said

    So, if I turn on my naughty-filters, will there be anything left to read?


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