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Tuesday, 17 February 2009

Strange Shores: Unbunged


I am the host of the next Strange Shores blog carnival, started up by two alien invaders of Sweden, Paddy K and Ladyfi.

Strange Shores is a bloggy festival celebrating the madder side of being a foreigner in a strange land, with or without shores. An cowpat expat is a pile of poo person from one country who has settled in another country. Does this apply to you?

If so, and if you have a funny, interesting or just plain mad story of your experiences in your adopted country, you can send me the link, either in the comments section of this post, or to: seamonkeypo@gmail.com, and I will put the link up on the Strange Shores carnival day, which is this coming Sunday.

If you have no clue what I am on about, (I get this a lot), then here are the previous three editions of Strange Shores:






What is in it for you? A dose of madness and mayhem? Likely. Fame, fortune? Possibly not. Although I do get a few hits now and then, usually from people looking for things like "seamonkey fun", but you never know, you might get read eventually.

If you are not an cowpat expat, well, sorry. At least you don't smell.

May the flies be with you.

17 comments:

Superficialgirl said...

lol, thats me! Sitting here on very strange shores indeed... Malta is one funny place so i have loads of crazy stories :P

6000 said...

Hey Po diddy Oh.

Please feel free to pick me, pick me. Your choce of my plethora of wondrous writing - just let me know if you find some.

So tired. Alive on Red Bull. I can hardly lif...*klunk*

LadyFi said...

Too funny!

6000 - I did pick you for the number 2 edition.. or were you too tired to notice? Keep on drinking the Red Bull!

I'm a yakpat, so don't smell .. too much. Will be sending you over some links...

Dash said...

i've said it before. you are hilarious!

ahhhh dodgy expats, you do so much to distance yourself from them while secretly craving their companionship.

po said...

Guys, awesome, send me your links, K?

Dash, that means you too, a dose of Kathmandu would be awesome.

6000: suffering the teething blues still? Your post about the saffas missing their maids over Christmas made me laugh out loud, can I use that one? Unless you have something better in mind?

The Spear said...

Where do I start. The middle East is a strange place.

I will have to think about it.

Being Brazen said...

Im not longer an expat :)

Being Brazen said...

I meant NO longer...my spelling sucks...Africa does this to you

po said...

The spear: you have to join in!

BB: well i guess that means you no longer smell:)

Braja said...

But I *am* a cowpat: I live in India, and I have cows! Works for me :))

Cairo Typ0 said...

What people don't realize is that expats keep moving because no one wants to keep us. :p

Looking forward to the big day! :)

Prixie said...

lol...thats me... im poo...till may ;p

po said...

Links, links, linky dinks. Where are the links, people? Don't make me come and hunt you down... mwahahaha.

Yoli said...

What a interesting blog you have here. I love it. Came by it through Maryam's blog. Well I came to the US at 10 years of age from Spain. Left my homeland of Cuba at 5 years of age. So let me move to another country before I can be called an ex-pat. In the mean time I will be enjoying your travails.

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Oh this looks like fun, so I will trawl through my 850 posts and find something!! It maybe a few days my friend, I need to stay stum more!

Dora said...

Hello Po.

Thanks for stopping by.

Here's the link:
http://carebearincrazyland.wordpress.com/2009/02/18/my-calling-in-london-i-cut-drunk-fucks-off-fences/

:)

PiNG aka Patti said...

Okay, here is one :)

http://ping-dk.blogspot.com/2008/03/staring.html