I really like this one, Mardell. Interesting to see the bluer side of your expression (aside from off-color remarks and morbid humor.)
The word choice is very cold and detached, a light in which I find very human. Well done. Many people would cope in this way with a memory as wretched as this.
I'm not sure I like the word "antiquated," though. It's almost too quaint and lovely for the atmosphere you've drawn. I'd go with either "dilapidated" or, ideally, "decrepit," as both would add to the already present assonance you've built in the line (and in the previous line, with "setting.")
Over all, I find it appropriately terse; it engages the reader cleverly with a sort of reverse psychology.
Don't ask me why I'm being so generous to you, you prat.
"The darkest of these objects is fecal excrement, which Sade advocates that we consume with relish, (no pun intended.)" - Douglas B. Lynott