so now, obviously, my thoughts turn to what the hell am i going to wear on stage.i went out yesterday and was met with a hideous circus of bad eighties wanna-be dresses, skirts and assorted bits that can only be described as a travesty. i am allergic to anything that has ready-made holes, attached belts, dangling strings and bows or drop-waists. some of the items on display really needed a ten page manual on how to put them on with several chapters on how to keep them on.

really people. what happened to the little black dress? have i left my normal world and woken up in some kind of shoppers hell? and what the @##**#$@ is one size fits all? fits all? what does that mean? that i can wear the same size dress as an anorexic 14 year old? i don’t think so.

what this all means is that either i will be on stage on friday in an outfit everyone has seen before which is fine by me but totally unacceptable to my three personal stylists. or i have to go out shopping….again. don’t get me wrong. i like shopping. who doesn’t? (apart from my friend t and the majority of men that i know, but they’re crazy folk) but this season/year/last few years is a rock chick nightmare.

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get a grip, girlfriend. even you look terrible in this.

suggestions gratefully accepted.

i don’t do yellow, pink, lime-green, purple, turquoise or magenta. please also avoid sequins, glitter, mispelt slogans, anything with bunnies, kitties, teddies or in fact any “cute big-eyed” animals. no off the shoulder-held up by invisible string-show everything you have and even bits you don’t have-shiny cheap looking rags. inexpensive is good though.

thank you.

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About bad mathematics

bad mathematics are an unsigned, unappreciated, unpaid, unrepentant band from athens, greece. we are always being asked what kind of music we play and we finally settled on a new genre called psychoblues™. it came from the title of one of our songs and it suits us just fine.

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