The French Influence

They taught the locals how to make baguettes and grow grapes, but they couldn’t get them to upscale on the boozie front. So had to carve some reminders. Keeping my hand in on this day of rest. How’s Outrage been as guest Ed?

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16 Responses to The French Influence

  1. The Legend 101 says:

    Thats more Greek not French and it’s a bit racist of you to post this.

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  2. Snuff says:

    I, for one, am appreciative of the generosity of the Republic.

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  3. Lucky Star says:

    Must have been a bit cold on the day of carving…

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  4. Paracleet says:

    His holiday snaps have been good. I think I saw the Spanish Inquisition in the background of at least one…

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  5. Natalia Fan #1 says:

    On the subject of boozies, I read this delightful piece of prose last night:

    “But Mr Kerr’s artistic ambitions reached even further into the possibilities of creative expression: why not let the customers get in on the show? It was all well and good to sit there and watch a naked young girl shake and wriggle under the fluorescent lights. That had its good points…. But a more intimate touch was needed and he provided it.
    “Paint our bare-breasted girl!” the Mynah Bird club advertised in all the Toronto papers. For a two-dollar fee, any customer could dip his brush in paint thoughtfully provided by management, and paint a design upon the naked torso of a young girl. It wasn’t as good as finger painting, but it was the next best thing to it and the customers were given free reign to express their various artistic viewpoints….
    The innovation caught on like wildfire. The Mynah Bird remained Canada’s only place of this kind, and soon people from other cities cam to do the painting bit. Strangely, there was nothing particularly shocking about all this. The girls, to be sure, were young and pretty and wore only tiny panties which provided the anchor for whatever artistic motifs the amateur painters wished to paint upon the girls’ skin…. When there was no more empty space left on a girl’s bare skin, the painting session ended, the customers returned to their seats, and the painted girl began to dance….
    Who is to say that painting designs on bare-breasted girls is not some sort of artistic expression? The girls themselves love it and it isn’t just the touch of the wet brush that fascinates them, but the thought behind it all. They are in the centre of the ring and love the male attention….
    Whenever Kerr needs a replacement, there is a long line of applicants, which proves – if nothing else – that some girls do like their breasts painted with fluorescent paint”
    (Hans Holzer PhD, Houses of Horror, 1970).

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  6. Rolly says:

    WHat’s with the upside-down image?
    Trying to up-skirt a statue?
    Some habits are hard to break, I ‘spose.

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