Crushing Some Balls!

Dear Jesus Lover,

with some of the most iconic Milanese sights under his belt The Lord felt that it was about time he hit the shops. After all, the Milanese are renowned for their style.

A little morning cappuccino and brioche to start the day at an overpriced cafe!

“Per favoure, due cappuccino”

 First stop, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Where the flagship Prada resides.  He knows that the Parisians are still his best children, even this octagonal shaped building made of cast iron got its inspiration from the Eiffel Tower.

It is not just the devil who wears Prada.

The Lord made his descent into the basement of Prada decadence!

Stomping on bull’s balls three times for good luck.

The Milanese must not like the Turin. Any excuse to defile their emblem!

He then headed to the Golden Triangle, overflowing with luxury, wannabes and models.

Next stop, Sergio Rossi!

Last stop on The Messiah’s itinerary – Teatro alla Scala. The best Opera theatre in the world. One of the only ones built out of timbre for the best acoustics!

No performances during off season – everyone needs maintenance.

Tested out the acoustics from his box seat. He will not be quitting his day job as The Saviour.

Conspicuous consumption!

Rock On,

Wheeze & SQueak

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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Dear Jesus Lover,

there can only be one person in Heaven and on Earth who can say that and not come across as a retard, Mary Poppins!  The Lord could not miss out this opportunity to support His nanny in her venture into theater!

He misses the days when she did the laundry.  The Holy Ghost can’t seem to get the linen properly white since she left.*

God the Father told Him, “There’s no making her do anything.  Not her.  She’s Mary Poppins.”  “But you’re God! You created everybody and everything.  They have to do what you say!”  “Not her,” said His Father once again, and he scratched His golden beard flecked with silver.  “I didn’t create her. She’s Mary Poppins”*

Rock on,

Wheeze and SQueak

*Inspired by ‘The Problem of Susan’ in the mind blowing genius collection of short fictions and wonders, Fragile Things by a genius of our time, Neil Gaiman.