Look! It is some sort of odd late 60’s card that is rumored to be magikal. Yes, we spell this with a “K” — tho, I don’t really know why. Seems like it should be spelled like “magical” but who am I to argue with all them witches?!?!
…can you see the man in the crushed velvet suit and the lovely posed in the mini skirt in the farscape? what can it mean?
…and this is the other side of the magik card. Hmmmmmm… I know not what it means. However, when I hold this card up to the face of a sales person I get free things! It is pretty cool!

Oh, and I just happened to take a look at my bedroom garbage can. Look. Can garbage get any more gay?!?!?…don’t ask.

March 27, 2006. Uncategorized.


  1. ing replied:

    That is, by far, the gayest garbage I’ve ever seen in my life. Matty, you’re prone to vomiting — I bet it’s like glitter and confetti. I wish my garbage was pretty. But empty wine bottles and cigarette butts and receipts: not even remotely pretty.

  2. Jon replied:

    The front of that card looks like it could be an Ursula 1000 album cover. Makes me want to wear a skinny suit and drink martinis while listening to cocktail lounge 🙂 The back, however, is a mystery. Where did you find it?

  3. ginab replied:

    I’d say the G Fil means what it means, but you really ought to know. Clerks otherwise like you Matty because of your twinkling pink garbage. My garbage would need to be rated. There’d be at least one pube for instance.

    And the man in his robe with the veil of conscience and the two cards I’d say if he plays things right he can have the skirt without the girl. That’s my G-fil for today!


    PS: I searched “raisins they bite” and found your blog Matty. How?!?!? And what could I have been looking for?

  4. matt replied:

    Ing — Perhaps you lend insight into the magik card.

    Jon — Wow — great description! You’re right! Ing gave it to me. I ask not. I accept and say thank you for the magik.

    Gina — Oh, my garbage is not usually so glam. However, I don’t normally look at it. It still looks as pictured. So, maybe it is always shiney and pretty. hmmmmm.. “raisons they bite” …and that took you to here? The magic of google.

  5. ing replied:

    The magik kard (card with a “k,” right?) came from betwixt the pages of a used book, I remember not which one. Perhaps from a sailor’s book about ship-stewarding; maybe a new mother’s book about hunger; or maybe it fell out of a magician’s sleeve, and books are an illusion created by a prophet.

  6. Hot Toddy replied:

    Clearly you are having an ADD moment. 🙂

  7. Captain Carla replied:


    are you a homosexual?

  8. Tim replied:

    Lol @ Gina – I just picked up a load of hair off my bedroom floor, so my bin is probably less than glamorous too! Also contains: chocolate bar wrappers and junk mail. Not half as interesting as yours, Matty!

  9. Meredith replied:

    I am not going to ask what you were doing with the door beads that caused them to end up in the garbage. I’m not sure what’s gayer, your garbage or the fact that you have pink and pretty door beads in the first place!
    I’m wondering what the magikal guy in velvet is thinking (note his deep thought pose), perhaps, “How do I get rid of that hussy in the go-go boots? What’s Matt’s number?” Perhaps.

  10. matt replied:

    Ing — But, is there more than one prophet? Is a poet a priest of nothing?

    Hot Toddy! Well, I adding is better than subtracting I always say.

    Captain Carla! No, I am about as hetrosexual as one can get. And, by that I mean to say that I am totally queer beyond logic.

    Tim — I’m sure your garbage (and Gina’s) is fantastic! Celebrate your trash!

    Meredith! Wow! Color me impressed for knowing that those are beads from my faux door of glam! Don’t worry. I won’t tell you what happened. Suffice to say that it was a pretty little mess.

  11. joe replied:

    how come my garbage isn’t as gay as yours?

  12. Meredith replied:

    I have a prepubescent daughter, they love sparkley door beads!

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