Rubbers Lover (trailer)

Freakery Through the Ages
1724: Thus, as in giddy freaks he bounces, Crack goes the twig, and in he flounces!

1840: The priests, with awe, as such freaks they saw, Said: The Devil must be in that little Jackdaw.

1854: The Puck of Fancy, that freaksome, tricksy wight.

1876: What a wide range of Nature’s curious freakery a forest has!

1895: Th’ deluded ol ‘freak had me up all las’ month rubbin’ his jints with arnica f’r infammathry rhoomatism.

1896: This sudden mannish passion, palpitating under a tea gown, makes things difficult for the freak.

1918: Liberty: DADA DADA DADA; – the roar of contorted pains, the interweaving of contraries and all contradictions, freaks and irrelevancies: LIFE.

1927: Who the hell wants to hear actors talk?

1939: Southern trees bear a strange fruit, blood on the leaves and blood at the root.

1942: Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine.


1963: The freaker the hands before the goulash the more normal the distribution after the redeal.

1967: Come on, baby, light my fire. Try to set the night on fire!

1977: The whores, the people at taco stands, the bus drivers, the cops, the killers, the janitors, the highschool teachers, the priests and the garbagemen.

1983: Jokerman dance to the nightingale tune bird fly high by the light of the moon oh oh oh Jokerman.

1997: Mmmbop ba duba dop ba du bop ba duba dop ba du bop ba duba dop ba du

2002: He said first let’s just unzip your religion down.



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