Hello once more you faceless fiends, it is I the Doctor, on this most holy of Sundays. After my misadventure with the ‘internet’, one has decided to go to the streets instead of sitting in a gloomy other-person house. The owner never leaves it seems.
The adventure began as the last ended. This previous adventure was that of narcotics and electronic fighting hijinks which ended with a messy slam of the head on soft mounds. My eyes opened to the call of a frightening beckon. I shot like a dart to the source; it was a telecommunication device (this I use to hunt those that wrong). On the receiving end was a Turk. He belched and grunted an instruction that we were to meet; he would show me wonderment and all this with no memory of the agreement the night previous. Suddenly realising the Turk was coming I ran for my nearest baton, and then I remember it was I whom had proposed the trip.
I awoke my man-idiots to inform them of the arrival of the Turk. The slow one never arose, the quiet one jumped up and atom. Without any time to even dress, the Turk was upon us. I sent the quiet one at him; he was thrown asunder by this shaded beast who thrust his mitt toward me with a “How do?” I quickly humoured him with “you’ll never take us alive!” this just seemed to amuse him; we then sat for tea.
I used all the customs to subdue this man-giant, banter, food, treats and even bribery but he was not to calm so easily. With all else failing I dashed to ask the smarter of the idiots (the one that had not arose). I asked him how to at least guide the Turk away from the best china; he informed me that Turks love smoking and even the suggestion would calm his temperament. With this I set about instructing the quiet one to build him a hookah in the rear of the house.
With the hookah complete we sat with the Turk to gauge his mannerisms and see if he was trustworthy. The Turk spouted endlessly about simple games and sports, it was intriguing at first but was soon to be a bore, then a nuisance. After banter by the hookah, I and the quiet one had befriended the Turk; we talked of the slow one, whom arising from slumber was always a challenge. With the Turk now in our stead I suggested that the Turk must awaken the slow one. Without hesitation, the Turk set his frame upon the sleepy slow one. Well what happen in that room, I wish not to write, as it seems to be some odd custom from the East and not part of Christendom.
With all provisions and personnel accounted for we embarked on our voyage. The catch being, that this voyage was not to involve boats or in fact water, but roads, high roads at that. We boarded an auto-mo-bus filled with unwashed and smelly gentlemen; the sight was ghastly, this with the added insult of ‘no smoking’ and ‘no whoreing’ what is a man to do to pass the time in this modern age? Gamble his children away?
After a gruelling ordeal of no refreshments or public fighting we arrived in a bustling market town. The streets were littered with scantly clad females of all creeds, a sight not told of in papers or journals. The slow one as usual didn’t notice a thing.
The Turk informed us that he was to attain monies from a vendor situated in a wall. The strangest thing happened when he approached the wall, he put what seemed to be a flat sheet into the wall, mash his hand on the front and out popped bank notes, real bank notes! I was astonished and set about conning the blight out of enough for some liquid refreshment. The local taverns and public house held men of ill repute and hussies that did not respond to money but rather abuse, what sort of whore wants beatings? These strange peoples and their backward customs of total disregard for logic. In alternative we found a large indoor market filled with goods I don’t think most civilised men would purchase. I did though find a drink that seemed familiar, an invigorating tonic for only the bravest of men. With ourselves refreshed, we left the establishment. Once outside my man-idiots uttered there departure prematurely. Leaving the scene, me and the Turk discussed what was to be seen on this fair afternoon.
The Turk was to fight in a paid brawl in the coming months so he suggested a trip to the sport emporium. The journey involved many stares not only on my exquisite dress but at the Turk. These people were either afraid or mad or possibly a mixture of the two. The store was guarded by two meat-mountain fellows with shaved heads, they stared me down. I didn’t shudder as this would have meant they could have attacked without warning based on there displeasure in my attirement (bloody heathens). Unaware to myself, I was completely out of place. This was due to my strange foreign custom of making lots of noise and throwing the equipment to check for faults. This was picked up by the owner and we were escorted to the door by aforementioned topside hill-like blokes. This whole affair had made me weary of the planned activity, so I mentioned abandonment of the schedule and return post-haste to my homestead. The Turk agreed as the attention brought by the sporting-ware shop had caused some stir with the local population.
If ever visiting strange lands with a Turk or indeed the Turk I would strongly suggest a weapon or dress in the manner of a maniac to appease their sensibilities.
So again on this day of rest I bid you good night.
Your Medical Advisor
Dr D Populus MD