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7 Responses to “Larry Loo from Atlantic City”

  1. Chaz says:

    Hey Larry

    Right on, man. RP be damned.

    Let’s get out there and kick some ass, blindness ass. Time to see those beauties once again, my man.

    Catch you in the big Zee, Dude

    Chaz

  2. Caroline says:

    Oh, my God, Larry. I can’t believe you’re going to Zagreb too.
    I hope you remember our weekend in NYC. I guess you must have lost my number.

    But we can hook up again in Zagreb, then you’ll see just how beautiful I really am.

    Can’t wait to see you again, you gorgeous tiger.

    Yours, in anticipation,

    Your very own curvaceous kitten,
    Caroline

  3. BB says:

    Larry,

    Are you for real? I’m really beginning to wonder now if you’re all actors and this is some kind of big joke.

    I think it’s pretty sick if it’s a hoax.

    But some of you are so convincing.
    BB

  4. Simon says:

    Larry, my dear fellow,

    You are so lucky having this opportunity to be able to appreciate the beauty of the fairer sex once again. It has been far too long since I last looked at any woman.

    How I wish I could just sit and watch women and appreciate their wonderful aesthetic qualities, just for one glorious day again in my life.

    Yours, in brotherhood,
    Simon Sallis

    • Shirley says:

      Simon and Larry,

      Oh, please. Surely there is more to getting your sight back than ogling at women. That’s so sexist.

      You’re really creepy, Simon. I’ll be giving you a wide berth in Zagreb, that’s for sure.

      Shirley

  5. Helen Helen says:

    Hi Larry,

    I’m not sure, but have we met? I’m so sorry if we have, maybe some time ago on one of the orchestral tours that I used to work on? I did know a Lawrence who played bassoon for the New York Philamonic.

    I hadn’t thought about people going out to the clinic who I already know. Also the blind world is so small, there might be a few of us who already know each other and It could turn into a bit of a reunion for some.

    How exciting!
    Helen

  6. Barry says:

    God, you poor bastards,

    I never thought of that. I’ll really think about that now next time I see a blind bloke in the pub. Never even thought that he can’t check out the talent like the rest of us.

    Good luck to you mate,

    Barry

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