Lazy Blogger’s Day, Auggie 12

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Sign in shop in London. You think they really were?

In honor of Lazy Blogger’s Day – three totally unrelated pictures.  Can you make a story out of them?  If you can I’ll post it here on Ye Olde Twissel Bloggie!

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Maimed sculpture in the British Museum. What do you think the model was doing with her arms and legs?

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Beautiful penmanship but what do you think this person’s name was?

Okay, that’s it. Happy Lazy Blogger’s Day!

7 thoughts on “Lazy Blogger’s Day, Auggie 12

  1. I looked in the shop window at some wonderful chic apparel, noticing that the sign was spelt incorrectly I went into the shop to inform them. Inside was a maimed statue, borrowed from the British Museum. I asked why it was so horribly damaged, the shop owner said she didn’t know, but she was working on it. I felt obliged to buy a very expensive pair of shoes. When I arrived home I looked at the receipt and was shocked to note that it had been signed by ‘T heres One Borneveryminute’ !!!

  2. I think the maimed woman had laundered her arms and legs, and was hanging them out to dry – on a very windy day.

    Just a thought, is all. (E-gads! Where did that thought come from?)

  3. I saw this dress in a French ndow. “I know who would like to wear that,” I thought, so I bought it. I was a bit scared to give it to her, but she said, “Don’t be frightened, I’m ‘armless. I ‘ope the frock wasn’t too expensive.” I showed her the receipt and she said, “Great Scot! That’s my late husband’s mother’s father’s uncle’s niece’s boy.” Isn’t it a small world?

  4. Trying to spark our creativity – or get us to work? I’m a lazy blogger too! Answers: 1. I would like to know the first one.; 2. running from all those over-sexed Greek gods; 3. G. E. Morris, long gone, as is penmanship, or letter writing for that matter.

    • Just feeling a bit of blogging fatigue! I think she probably was running from all those over-sexed gods or perhaps G.E. Morris! Boy, do you have a good eye for handwriting.

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