Amélie Nothomb, Antichrista, trad. de Sergi Pàmies, Quinteto/Anagrama, Barcelona, 2009, p. 18.
This is my new mop. George, my friend, he gave me this mop. It’s a pretty good mop. It’s not as good as my first mop. I miss my first mop. But this is still a good mop.
Sometimes you just have to take what life gives you. Cause, life is like a mop. Sometimes life gets full of dirt and crud and bugs and hairballs and stuff, you, you, you gotta clean it out. You, you gotta put it in here and rinse it off and start all over again.
And sometimes, sometimes life sticks to the floor so bad, you know, a mop, a mop is not good enough. It’s not good enough. You, you gotta get down there with like a tooth brush, you know? And you gotta really scrub. You gotta get it off. You gotta really try to get it off. But if that doesn’t work, if that doesn’t work, you can’t give up, you gotta stand right up, you gotta run to a window and say: “HEY, THESE FLOORS ARE DIRTY AS HELL, AND I’M NOT GONNA TAKE IT ANY MORE!!!”
Stanley Spadowski en UHF.
En La ternura caníbal de Enrique Serna viene un encarte con 25 erratas a cuál más cagada. Excelente trabajo de la gente de Colofón.