now look. there may not be any hard evidence to suggest that lewis carroll (alice in wonderland)
, edward lear (the owl and the pussycat)
or even pierre culliford (the smurfs)
were influenced by the occasional mind-bending substance when they wrote brilliant children's fiction, but given the nature of their work it's not a huge stretch to imagine that they actually were.
what's harder to imagine is that the creators of bbc's in the night garden
on something particularly funky when they put this series together. I mean, arranging stones in little circles? uff-uff on the og-pog? I think the third picture says it all really. well there's absolutely no question that this filth must be banned. I'm planning on writing to the daily mail to initiate a boycott quick-sharpish.
nah, just kidding. from what I've seen, in the night garden
looks particularly beautiful, much better than those awful teletubbies...