Perfect!I couldn't come up with a thing. Blaming my head cold.K
I give you a gold star for this one! LOL
how do you do it? :)!!
Nicely said :)
Nice, luckely you are a women who publishes this. Greetings,Filip
There isn't a need for a bow, because its a girl, not a bo-y.
Nice!She is the bow?
Sushi is everywhere these days!Pearl
Vanity before comfort ...
it is a MUSUBI, a Japanese food made of good rice wrapped in a band of tasty nutritious sea vegetables.spam musubi (instead of woman-musubi) is a quick workingman's lunch purchased in a convenience store here in Hawaii. Aloha from WaikikiComfort Spiral > < } } ( ° > ><}}(°>
I think my deathless prose didn't "take." But can I repeat it? Here goes: almost looks like she's the bow. Do you think I should lend her my paisley bell bottoms? Clever response to the prompt, but the, I would expect nothing less from you!
Very clever indeed. I love seeing the take different people have on the same prompt. Thank you.
and if he said that, he def does not deserve to partake...smiles.
Well put :-).
ROFL!!! Especially needs a bow! ;)
Oops! Commented on this on Brian's post and I still feel that way.
You have such a clever mind, Friko.To me it looks like a s'more. I guess it all depends on what's in one's mind at any given moment...
It's a piece of sushi.
Where's the Wasabi and ginger?
Dear Friko,I'd give you a gold star also! Plus a month's sojourn on the board of an advertising firm. Plus a one-year subscription to the "Creative Minds" magazine. (Just made that last one up!)Peace.
Cute art, Friko!BTW, I have had trouble posting comments on your blog. I hope this one goes through.
Hilarious. Clever you. :)
She's not an insomniac , then .P.S. I still can't get into Fridge Soup , for some reason .
thanks for the chuckle.
The bow is on the underside.
Am I the only one having difficulty with this image? Woman as object yet again?The question I ask myself is would this be acceptable if a man was tied up? Erm, no.XOWWW
Oh heck, makes me feel a bit creepy to see that! :)
Ah, Friko! I thought long about the crumpled backing paper before finally deciding it was an example of "the art that conceals art" Or something. I like your view of this week's picture.
There is some genetically inherited memory here. ~Mary
so glad there's no back view!
actually,one reason I love sushi is the seaweed, the black bell of seaweed is very healthy and tasty.
You say more than your words say. Well done.
Really insightful take on Art. Tongue in cheek, perhaps? (Mine could have used some wrapping paper . . . )
Oh, Friko - you take the prompt and always come up trumps! I'm grinning like mad. Succinctly socked it to us!
Hehehehe... Thanks for this! :-)JJRod'z
Isn't she eye candy enough?
I thought I was the only one who ironed wrapping paper...
this is very nice and impressible blog...................................
Comments are good, I like to know what you think of my posts. I know you'll keep it civil.