As in: "He jumped the fence to go larking about with his pals." Or, derogatorily, "She's pretty serious about her bocce ball lark." Or, when expressing something easy to accomplish, "That semiotics exam was a lark." It can also be used as an adjective, as in, "Mitch was a larky dog, always on the look out for some mischief."


< @m_goetz >
< mike@lareviewofbooks.org >
Once upon a fortnight neither near nor far, George Bernard Shaw enjoyed shredding the sicky gnar.

Once upon a fortnight neither near nor far, George Bernard Shaw enjoyed shredding the sicky gnar.

#OWS

#OWS

Deerhunter, Halcyon Digest ”He Would Have Laughed”

"LA&#8217;s like your brain. You only use 10% of it&#8230;" -Libros Schmibros

"LA’s like your brain. You only use 10% of it…" -Libros Schmibros

Oedipus in Disneyland

Oedipus in Disneyland, Paranoid Press 1972

PlotClark Kent discovers the truth about Alice in Wonderland: It’s actually Queen Victoria’s pornographic autobiography, then he has an LSD freakout at Disneyland, becomes Queen Victoria, and kills all the Disney characters.

subgenius.com review:
"A really strange book about Clark Kent, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria (or Victula), orgys, Jews, sex, Alice in Wonderland, Superman & Alice’s restaurant, not necessarily in that order."


Likes
Following
Follow me