As I enter Virtual Cafe WIM there is virtually no-one there.
Ever so lite, puffy cumulus clouds toying about on warm air
mind: Summer. Easy to imagine. whimsical things.
John virtually unseen, as I come-in from the sunlight shows
white toothed smile pleased with the inside coolness. He
invites to sit and talk about the cool nothingness of bikinis.
There is some practical thinking on the aspect of bottomless
panties, I tell him. What did the girls in the shows tell me?
We like long legs. Legs now start at
the hip-bone. Genius.
They were quite pleased with the show. The perfection of body
shape. A bikini show affords them
to display. What the body is
intended to look like. The little cafe could make a fine show.
"What other wimsicality
is virtually unheard off?"
Alcoholic drinks are not doing much for me. Once a year I buy
cheap wine. I share it with
fruit flies. But it gets expensive. The
flies acquired a taste and fly-by a pricey Cabernet Sauvignon.
"How do you
keep happily biking about, quickly too it seems. You
were seen at different places at about the same time. How goes it?"
Time is money. Roger Federer does intensive training and part of
that is little hops. I do those hops too. He made money hitting a
ball. I made about the
same in time, in accumulated years.
"You are writing a second book after the success of the first one:
'Cafe WIM on
Sussex Drive. A touch-of-Dutch." How do you pay for
having it published? Support from Cafe-time friends? Donations?"
a donation is like paying ahead for the book when it comes-
out for $24.95. The donor gets it for $20.- I am frugal my-self.
Opening a tap without full use of it
.. is money down the drain.
"Oke, I am in. I expect a real invoice from this virtual cafe."
For a perfect wimsical Summer, come to Britannia Beach, then
drop-by 105 Britannia Road, the one that leads to the Britannia
Yacht Club. Iris
has your receipt. A free tour of her studio and
free tea on the terrace.
"I am on my way and proceed to
your Britannia Beach to see the
Long Legged Girls and Iris, her studio and some Green Tea."
Enjoy every minute of
my wimsical Summer, John.