Saturday, August 06, 2011

Duncan Fallowell teaser: When The Scientologist Fell In Love With The Buddhist

As the global economy combusts and certain over-remunerated journalists swan off on yet another holiday, having first informed their creepy followers on Facebook, Twitter, et al, here's a chance to forget it all. Gather your thoughts into the moment (any moment) and consider the import of Duncan Fallowell's latest movie teaser on YouTube, delightfully titled When The Scientologist Fell In Love With The Buddhist.

What do they signify, these draining popping suds in Duncan's bath, sink, or whatever? And what is that curious red protrusion at the end? Is it what I think it is? Clad in Edinburgh knitwear? Who knows. But the question could make you wise.

Incidentally, Duncan's memoir How To Disappear is now due out on September 7. I have a copy and I can confirm that it is part-reminiscence, part-travelogue and peopled by shadowy exotics in foreign places, not excluding DF himself. It betrays disturbing signs of brilliance: Madame Arcati shall review it shortly - and I would recommend you secure a copy while you can. Ditto Press has produced a splendid edition for pervy strokers of books (oh sorry, I mean bibliophiles). I could write 2000 words on the covers and paper alone. Instead, I'll (re-)watch this...

64 comments:

Deirdre said...

Brought a tear to eye. The first ecumenical romance I can think of in this format.

Anonymous said...

I see DF's book was supposed to come out on June 15. I hope he hasn't been listening to your astrology rubbish.

Sikh And Ye Shall Find said...

I love comparative religion. I hope DF will do one when the Muslim fell in love with the Jew

Anonymous said...

This book of Fallowell's has had the longest foreplay in the business! Time to ejaculate

Anonymous said...

This is so sexy and beautiful even though I haven't any idea what it means. Or because i haven't any idea what it means. Is Duncan a genius or a fool?

Dr Nein said...

I assume Mr F is working on a promo video for his new book. If not, he ought to be. After all, as someone elsewhere said, it's not enough to write any more.

Boy George said...

A scientologist would never get a hard-on from a Buddhist.

Anonymous said...

Who is Duncan Fallo - who?

Anonymous said...

There are already three relevant videos on Youtube for Mr Fallowell's book. We are working on a couple more, including one of Duncan leaping for fish at the Miami Marine Park

Ditto Press

Anonymous said...

What's happened to Susan Hill?

Madame Arcati said...

I'm sure she'll be made a Dame for her services to ghosts.

Countess said...

Looked at Ditto's website. Looks like they do printruns of about 100.

Anonymous said...

Sikhs are sexier than Shias or Sunnis

Madame Arcati said...

I prefer a sexy pair of earphones. Yum.

Anonymous said...

An edition of a hundred, really? Then it truly is an art object!

Anonymous said...

Profound.

Opportunist Reader said...

I'll loot a copy

Catherine de Bourgh said...

Is that a trailer for an adaption of J R Ackerley's My Dog Tulip? We won't be taking the landau out to see that!

Anonymous said...

Gay's The Word bookshop was smashed in last night but they didn't take any books - they just hate queers.

Madame Arcati said...

Really? Part of the riot? Could you send details. I'm not reading any of the London riots stuff; I don't like excitement.

Tramadol said...

Madame used to uipdate more regularly. Lazy bitch.

Anonymous said...

Yes. There are individual exceptions, but young black and Asian men can't cope with gays and homophobic attacks are on the rise from these two groups, egged on by their moronic religious leaders

Anonymous said...

Underlying the problem is the unmentionable fact that these two groups are very often sexually aroused by white gays. Black males find white skin sexually arousing per se, and Muslim males, as a result of extreme separation from female contact, have strong bisexual triggers.

Madame Arcati said...

One for the Telegraph blogs! Damian loves this sort of thing.

Roger Rarebit said...

Shouldn't DF have some expo on Amazon telling us he's a star. Pull your finger out Ditto!

Anonymous said...

Why isn't Duncan being published by a proper publisher?

Madame Arcati said...

Ditto is proper by the looks of it. In time it will sell itself to a Rupert Murdoch.

Anonymous said...

Plenty of white guys like choc.

Anonymous said...

choc regardless?

Ben Freeman said...

The book will be released on the 7th of September; review copies have gone out already. The edition is greater than 100 copies, don't worry. Yes, we will be selling up to Murdoch relatively soon so cash in on the authenticity while it lasts. And we publish books; I'd imagine that makes us a proper publisher. Enjoy.

the real Ditto.

Ex Liberal said...

After the riots I think I'd like to see a film When the Liberal Fell in Love with the Gas Chamber. There are too many useless boys around. Let's eliminate them

Anonymous said...

The London riots are not political. The rioters are mostly young black boys getting their rocks off

DEATH said...

THE SACK OF LONDON BY THE BARBARIANS

Opportunist Reader said...

I think Duncan Fallowell wrote in his New Zealand book that a society terrorised by its own children was the sickest society of all

Anonymous said...

A government of white multi-millionaires from Eton and people wonder why there are riots.

Anonymous said...

Why are you still on Blogger? Should have outgrown it by now.

Anonymous said...

Ewww

Arsene said...

I'll buy this book for my Kindle. Next you'll be offering quill giveaways.

Anonymous said...

Yes, Fallowell's Kiwi book has some fantastic passages on the problem of feral boys and mobs

Black resident said...

Cancel the Notting Hill Carnival or risk a bloodbath. West London of all colours is furious with the rampaging yobs. There will be huge trouble if the event goes ahead.

Anonymous said...

Our black postman said re the troubles 'These kids - any excuse to run riot'. Anarchy in the classroom becomes anarchy in the streets. Very frightening

Anonymous said...

the penny still hasn't dropped with our rulers - our cities are now uncontrollable

Effeminate psychic said...

Tonight, with 16,000 cops out, the hoodie bastards will stay at home. heh heh.

Anonymous said...

the hoodies have tested the waters and discovered how weak we are

Anonymous said...

As old Bill Burroughs would say, time to put on drag and rush the lifeboats first

Anonymous said...

who's the racist leaving anti-nignog messages here? on the tv news i saw a white bastard robbing a black guy, a big fat white cunt with probably a tattoo up his arse. only a white shitter would rob debenhams.

To Heathrow said...

Goodbye, London

Anonymous said...

Calm down, everyone. It's only the end of the world

Sally said...

A few more Buddhists and there'd be no riots.

Anonymous said...

Scientologists are pricks?

SOS said...

What exactly is a good biography?

Anonymous said...

Don't you have a good Kevin Spacey story? Wnd where's Steph? I miss that mad bitch and that sister of hers.

A.Rioter Esq said...

Geezers need excitement

Anonymous said...

I'm not anti-nignog. I'm anti- er anti- er actually what am I pro? oh yeah, fucking bitches

Ther Wun said...

yooooomadamamfancy a fuck???????????

Anonymous said...

Anyone ware REeeeeboks still?

Archway said...

luv to suck a boodist, wouldn't sucka scyentolojist

Anonymous said...

hangon my mate wanna go - heheheee gon

Anonymous said...

film me, dunky, I'm yours

Madame Arcati said...

Mmm, someone's been on the claret.

Lavinia said...

A small mob surrounded me once, when Reggie and I were in Malaya, and I said what beautiful batik you're wearing and they said very nice missy - and went off and murdered our next door neighbour. Manners really can make a difference.

Madame Arcati said...

Love to Val, Lav.

DRF said...

Dear Madame Arcati

What a strange mixture you always seem to elicit but thanks very much for posting the video and I hope you enjoy the book in due course. I've been rather chastened by being caught up in the riots - I couldn't drive back to my home on Monday night because of burning cars and marauding gangs at the end of our street. When I tried later i was embroiled in nasty events in the Portobello area but luckily was able to keep the car moving and escape. Yesterday I had a reaction - a splitting headache all day - but today my mind is the clearest it's been all year.

with best wishes, Duncan Fallowell

Madame Arcati said...

How shocking. You must take better care. Loving the book.