Beside him, an unrolled bundle showed itself as consisting of a ragged overcoat and containing an empty and smoke-blackened tomato can, an empty and battered condensed milk can, some dog-meat partly wrapped in brown paper and evidently begged from some butcher-shop, a carrot that had been run over in the street by a wagon-wheel, three greenish- cankered and decayed potatoes, and a sugar-bun with a mouthful bitten from it and rescued from the gutter, as was made patent by the gutter-filth that still encrusted it.
Picking up the tomato can, he arose, went down the short path to the river, and returned with the can filled with not-nice river water.
boots, beer bottles, tomato cans
, intoxicated citizens, garbage,
The oddball cast of Stephens's fellow patients is brilliantly re-created, and his use of the tomato can
metaphor to describe his own situation is both stunning and heartbreaking.
I was bleeding where tomato cans
were stored in the restaurant.
Everyone knows that Joe Calzaghe only fights the freshest tomato cans
available and has actively avoided me throughout the years.
At Lia Rumma, Haim Steinbach, in his first show in Naples in nine years, installed tomato cans
, bingo baskets, and a pack of Neapolitan cards - three fetishized objects of popular Neapolitan culture - on metal shelves, as well as four wall-mounted rectangular pieces of furniture, each equipped with a drawer for hiding spotless handkerchiefs and coins.
It's easy to get a guy to 25-0 record by putting him in against tomato cans
, but the problem is he doesn't learn anything.
IF betting is anything to go by, cruiserweights Nathan Cleverly (1-100) and Tony Bellew (1-16) will stand opposite two tomato cans
at Liverpool's Echo Arena tonight.
THE AMERICANS have a great description for no-hope boxers who are fodder for those on the up - tomato cans