Felony And Irony (live together in perfect harmony)

Garlic. That’s the stench I get on most warm days if I leave my windows open. Because of the factory nearby, producing stuff you eat.

Wild garlic. That’s the stench I’ll be getting soon from the forest near the place we’ll be moving to in the weeks to come. The stuff you eat.

Why can’t it be all roses, milk and honey? Or at least, I don’t know, broccoli?


12 responses to “Felony And Irony (live together in perfect harmony)

  • tinazigon

    You are moving? That’s exciting!

    • alcessa

      It would seem I am (unlike some people I know🙂 ) to become a (t)rusty villager in the near future. Jep.🙂

      (Though the deed is not formally completed yet, so we may as well become Homeless instead. Well, no garlic then for me.)

  • Irena

    Iiiieeeuuuww! Easy for me to say living in the city of the Verkade factory (Cocoa and apple pie smell…) Some call it pollution…

  • janazf

    Čestitke! mislim, naj se dobro izteče. Sicer pa imaš srečo, divji česen nima prav dolgo takega intenzivnega vonja – ali pač?

    • alcessa

      Res je, divji česen ni isto kot tovarna prehrambenih izdelkov🙂 Naj dodam samo, da praviloma grdo pretiravam, kadar se zgražam nad česnom (z namenom entertainmenta po moje), vendar mi je vonj dejansko neprijeten in nekako gre “na želodec”, bolj kot mesni izdelki in druge zadeve, zato se bom gozda v času zrelosti divjega česna morala malce izogibati (trenutno uporabljava sobne dišave).

      In hvala: bo že nekako, kakor koli že.

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