User avatarFfffifth

Back in spring of this year, the music press were full of excitable rumours about a new supergroup being formed by The Papples and elusive pop star Kevil, with Nizzle said to be on board to produce their debut EP.

Naturally, we all assumed that nothing those three renowned artists did could fail to succeed, but their project remains firmly under wraps and no release date has been scheduled. Perhaps we’ll never know what they came up with.

What has come to light, though, is this interview, in which band members K-Zone and Chef Shizzle reveal some of the details of this ill-fated endeavour.

19 comments to Ffffifth

  • Elena....

    I can totally see how this was worth cancelling a date with my fabulous self, especially under pretences of illness.

    In other news, we may have found the first people in the world who:
    A. Cope with hangovers better than me
    B. Are almost better hungover than sober.
    (One of those statements is a lie).

  • Elena....

    Ps: “ffffifth” is very hard to say. Some of my children still struggle with it. It’s easy to understand why K-Zone was flummoxed by it.

  • Have I met your fabulous self yet? How many selves do you have?

  • Elena....

    Ouch. Aren’t I always fabulous?!
    I have many selves but I’m mainly fabulous.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    I once met myself and ran away, and I’ve been searching for myself ever since. It’s all written down in my new book: Running Away: The Me Within Me (not you)

  • Oh, OK, that’s fine. I just wasn’t sure if I’d met your fabulous self, or if I’d just been meeting some other self of yours and it was accidentally fabulous. That can happen sometimes.

  • Elena....

    Oh good, I’m glad you agree that I happen to be fabulous. This relationship wouldn’t work if only one of us was fabulous.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Fabulous relationships are also touched upon in my new book:

    Running Away: The Me Within Me (not you).

  • I’m not buying your book, OK?

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Not doing what you’re supposed to do is also discussed in my new book:

    Big Boy Runaround: The David Bowie Adult Playtime Experience – The Untold Story.

  • Where did you find the time to write all these books?

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    It’s a funny story, and one which would make even the most miserable of curmudgeons snort a chortle. I was having a drink in the aquarium…

  • …when you wrote at least two awful-sounding books?

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Awful-SOUNDING does not necessary mean awful-READING. I’ve got several testimonies, mostly from characters from the character hatch, who think it’s an absolute spiffing read.

  • I’m not sure I’m going to buy any of your books but there’s a reasonably good chance I’ll find where you’re storing them and set them all on fire.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Look if you’re trying to get signed first editions of all my books all you have to do is ask. I’ve got my pen at the ready; I just need to know the message and who to make it out to.

  • No. No, I don’t want that. If you’ve got the pen ready I suggest you use it to write a formal apology for ever having written the books in the first place.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    … calcium carbonate?

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Chris, I think what you’re asking for isn’t going to happen. I mean you’re my friend and I’m very flattered but I have some standards and I’m not that way inclined.

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