Love is in air
Love winds around
when weather’s fair
lights sea and ground
I don’t think I can match Martin ‘Werewolfie’ Adams’s luscious link wordplay from yesterday’s sporting blog, which I think matched the best pass and movement football from recent years… but I’ll have a go…
Blighty Alrighty under Lighty
Hi, it’s Wolf Whitzer, GGN (greenYgrey News) intrepid newshound correspondent inspired by CNN‘s Wolf Blitzer. Blighty sure can look lovelylighty on a sunny day, and that’s true from the air too.
Love can look like a mixed-up vole too, and especially our Love… because it is a mixed-up vole. Even though it isn’t in the greenYgrey world now, we still seem to be able to feel the love everywhere, as if its (Love) song is still carousing life in our world, like in the Lion King world, which also contains loadsa luscious greenYgrey:
Back to Blighty
This first photo from the Huffington Post website shows Blighty in glorious greenygrey, with green grass framed by grey looking sea lit up by sunshine.
In this second photo, taken at night, we can see the value of the greenYgrey rebranding, as grey and yellow take over the colour combination, and green gets some well-earned rest.
Above the earth at night, grey keeps the Terminator twilight zone visible, with sunlight creating day on the other side of the world.
The Terminator is of course greenYgrey from the right angle:
Wedding Dress Train Creates World Record
Back on terra firma, Jing Mei and Ye Yuan created a new world record with a three-mile-long train for their wedding, as reported on the mje magazine website. Of course, they also created some great greenYgrey scenery in the process, as shown in these glorious photos:
Love Werewolf of Oz Classic Story
As you might have guessed from the above video, the bridal train reminded me of Ozzy Osbourne’s Crazy Train, which reminded me of the Werewolf of Oz’s classic Kerang-Kerrang time-travel extended journey through decades of rock, inspired by the Terminator movies; linking well with the twilight zone images above.
As if the Ozzy Crazy Train link wasn’t a fitting enough fantastic finale, I’ve also linked the Terminator – that’s two effortless links from the same section of just one of the greenYgrey rambles books – Derren Brown eat your heart out! – felt a Peep Show influence there.
Here’s the end of the grunge music compilation making of the Terminator/Frankenstein-inspired Grunginator and end of the Ozzy discography episode that leaves on a Crazy Train:
‘Recovering from the scare, I took the opportunity to grill Dizzy some more, asking what the grungementalists had to do with our current predicament. He explained that they were led by a technological genius named Frank Grungenstein. Grungenstein supplied constant espressos in a secret coffee house, so his team worked all hours blending a Pearl Jam with a Percolator. On the tenth attempt they perfected the Instant Prosecutor Ten.
I was already amazed, but there was more.
Dizzy said the IP10 was made Alive with electricity, and because it had an amazingly Even Flow it was nicknamed Jeremy. Its scientific name was the Grunginator. They sent it back to 1980s Kerang-Kerrang to destroy trash metal, in the belief that the 1990s would then be a better decade for Cobain and them, and grunge would remain strong.
It all made sense now.’
‘Ozzy looked certain to reach Angry’s dog and snatch it away to a cold dog’s life in Blizzardy Ozz, until Elle stuck out a leg and tripped him up. A Crazy Train was passing through town on the way to the 1990s, and Elle quickly threw Ozzy on board. I thought it was a great use of her body.
Ozzy seemed impressed as well, and shouted to Elle that it wasn’t too late to join him. Elle responded with a ‘No thanks!’ This prompted Ozzy to sing Goodbye to Romance. I felt sorry for him then, but he seemed to have recovered before disappearing from earshot, as the last thing I heard him sing was, No More Tears.’