Binky the Doormat
The song gets its inspiration from
"The Citizen Kane of Alcoholic Clown Movies" a.k.a.
"Shakes The Clown" with Bobcat Goldthwait... I refer
to a scene about halfway through, where the "bad" coke-snortin'
clown "Binky" starts going off in a self-pitying rage...
"Binky the doormat! Binky the doormat! That should be my
name. Not Binky the clown... Binky... the... doormat!" [billg3man]
"Seconal and astroglide"
[Seconal: see E-Bow
Astroglide is a sexual lubricant. [Lisa
"If I'm your oyster, where's the
It was a story about how Bertis
was in France and was trying to find a train station but the
word that he thought meant train station was actually a word
that meant war so he was saying "Where's the war".
[rynocubs23] * Persumably, this was "Ou est la guerre?"
["Where's the war?"] instead of "Ou est la gare?"
["Where's the train station?] [Chris