Otium cum dignitate.
I love it!! That is so cute.. thanks Lilith!
Well, all I can sais that I do hope she trimmed her claws a tad before initiating the hug. Apart from anything else, that's one of my favourite Wal-Mart jackets I'm sporting there, and one I'm most proud of!
I've been playing with the colours and contrasts on my laptop since breakfast, and that bloody tiger still won't turn orange and black.
It looks like you have taken Hitch's sartorial advice on the trousers too, TT ;-)
Obviously having a hard winter in Tuscany this year..!
TT embraces huge pussy; no one is surprised.(No offence meant lady jane but obviously cannot ignore the connotation of 'lady jane')
Philipa, tsk tsk tsk, lowering the high moral tone as set by our hostess here.Or, on second thoughts, perhaps not...
Imagine how that feels though.Hugging a big puddy cat like that. How wonderful.Is there an after shot Lilith ? On second thoughts, don't show it. I'd hate for the cuddly image to be spoiled by a severed arm trailing blood vividly in the crisp white snow ... or a severed head lolling to one side as the body is consumed guts first, as is the feline way, with the tiger's rough tongue rasping inside the body cavity ...Not spoiled things for anyone have I ?
Philipa.. I had not realized there was a connotation associated with "lady jane" prior to having a blog.. It was just something friends called me. However, my stat counters have educated me otherwise;-(
Hmn Ek's comment was just a fragrant image was it TT? Anyway, you like big butts and you cannot lie, you other brothers can't deny, that when a girl walks in with an itty bitty waist and some round things in your face you get.... feelings!Anyway, what's wrong with such a gorgeous fluffy pussy - looks beautiful. If only they didn't have claws!@Lady jane - the connotation extends to Tigers too; read Lady Chatterleys lover, which was originally titled 'John Thomas and Lady Jane' but the novel was said by some to be based on a real person, a lady, who had an affair with a stonemason known as 'Tiger'. I didn't miss the literary allusion - Lilith is a learned lady with, methinks, a wicked sense of humour of which I have to say I heartily approve.
Preview scene from the new Icelandic version of Dick Whittington; - "What's new Pussycaaaaaaaaargh", starring Tuscan Tony in a brand new fur leotard - 'LEO'tard - geddit... (please keep up...), and a bloke off the street who looks rather like Starsky and just likes moggies.The film contains an immortal line by Starsks "Name me four animals who live in the Arctic"?Tuscan Tony "Three tigers and a polar bear..."!
LOL scrobs :-))
Plilipa - the Chatterly background is interesting.Scrobs - as of yesterday I am the proud owner of the best of the seventies and eighties - the complete collections of respectively Starsky and Hutch, and Miami Vice. Each superb, and surprisingly similar in concept. Apart from the clothing - pastels in the latter, leather in the former.
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