If you go to Ramsgate in Kent there are some sights you must go see and tell me if they are how i remember them.
If you are arriving by train, walk down the street called Station Approach Road until you arrive at Margate Road. Here you will see on your left a pub called the Great Eastern Tavern. Outside there will be a group of men wearing no shirts and drinking beer. You will know them by their hair which will be shorn and absent in every sense. If you need another indicator you are looking at the right men, these will the men be sweating in the sun around 12:53 pm. The will be a mist surrounding them, part humidity, part sweat. This will cut across wide slices of their bodies, making them hazy at a distance. Objects will swim out of the midst, where things had been stationary before. The bits and bobs will shimmy around the edges. You will experience them as a mirage and a threat. You will look down at google maps, and see at fuzzy dot where they are standing. Turn right here and carry down the hill towards the water.
and give the impression that the air is swirling around them, avoiding their bodies. As if the air was here seeking to preserve it’s own freshness.
They will be become stereotypes in a odor-y haze. the air around them will shimmy and shake. wavy lines will
Do not feel judgemental if, at first sight, you assume they are drunk. I assure you they are drunk.