gotta feel for my automobile

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Thomas

Emotional attatchments to animate, vibrating, warm, supportive, stylised objects.   It happens.   You may have noticed my recent focus on my new comrade, Thomas.   I’ll try to keep my enthusiasm away from the too-tedious-for-700-yawns range.   Try.

This week I’ve been humming an appropriate  Queen song from their debut album A night at the Opera.

Queen sang  I’m in love with my car

gotta feel for my automobile
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3 bits of lovely banter on “gotta feel for my automobile”

  1. A.F. Harrold writes:

    Oh Wendy, Wendy, so incredibly very much *not* their debut album.

    It’s mistakes like this that explain why you’ve never been invited on A Question Of Sport… no, hang on? Um, I mean Never Mind The News or Have I Got Bullocks For You… or something. Ah, Counterpoint, that’s it. (With the lovely Paul Gambaccini.)

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  2. ::Wendy:: writes:

    As you wisely spotted, The Wendy House is a work of fiction (see strapline & who’s wendy page) rather than an application to participate in a Quiz show that demonstrates a strong relationship with factual accuracy. A night at the Opera was (not *not*) Queen’s debut album on Planet Wendy.

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  3. Kevin writes:

    Planet Wendy sounds good, especially if it’s populated with electric blue minis

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