Apologies to Austen Tayshus.
I was chatting to an Oceanographer who just came back from an assignment off the Irish coast near Wicklow. Brave blokes these with sharks all around the place so they wear big orange outfits. He was now back in Australia working off Bondi Beach on the QE 2. He said he had to come back. Got into a bit of a jam. "Ecoterrorism all over the place" he complained.
Said his name was Al and he seemed to have an excess knowledge about movies. I said "Al, Mandingo was a beautifual romance don't you think" to which he replied he preferred suspense thrillers like the ones where they try and work out who shot the barman or The Secret Number. He also liked medieval movies and had an interest in archery. "Our Ivanhowe archery club is hudereds of years old and was at one point patronized by Sir John Hawkwood in the 15th century. He was rumoured to be able to shoot an arrow that would go Exospheric not to mention he was a champion in the Pentathlon".
Just then his two beautiful female companions Virginia and Nell appeared. He was trying to remember the name of a good movie they all had seen together recently. " Rose Of...Virginia can you remember what it was called"? "Rose Of The Heart" Nell interjected. "Had those two sports stars in it. Tommy Curren. Mirotic - the Chicago Bulls basketballer - can't remember his first name" she said.
They were on holiday in Australia getting around in an old Mistubishi Gallante which they bought off a bloke directing runners in the City To Surf. "I'll give you a grand, marshal", Al told him and the car was theirs. Getting around from town to town, spending long nights in pubs. "In the morning we'd all feel a little grey. Lyin' on the beach sands in the morning listening to Delilah singing Heartbreak City helps" Nell said.
At that point I had to run. Been great chatting to you guys, and I've got one last thing to say to you Al. "Moonqwith".