Festschrift for Tadhg Foley
Edited By Maureen O'Connor
I’ll Have to Stop Thinking about Sex Rita Ann Higgins 281
I’ll Have to Stop Thinking about Sex Rita Ann Higgins for Tadhg Foley People are beginning to notice. Take the two wans at the market, the fish market. They looked at each other then they looked at me. Then one said to the other, ‘Other, that woman is holding the French loaf like it was a fisherman.’ They thought that I thought that the French loaf was a you know what. 282 Rita Ann Higgins But they were wrong ‘You know whats’ are often hard to fathom, fishermen are fishermen (spongy as earlobes). The French loaf was fresh and hot, the only way to hold it, a reasonable way to cool it. They were wrong the two wans, with their know-your-loaf philosophies their all-seeing eyes their all-fish tales.
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