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Tuesday, 27 January 2009

Happy Devil.

Cheap wrapping paper, acrylics, diluted wood varnish.


Here's a devil I did way back when.
I've miraculously been sent some of my old stuff that I thought lost forever.
So I'll be posting some of it here.

Edit : it's Irvine Welsh. With Horns.

20 comments:

Crabtree said...
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Daphne Wayne-Bough said...

Bon dieu, meme avertie, j'suis pas le premier à te souhaiter la bienrevenue.

Crabtree said...

Je vous en prie My Lady , after you ! Honor to the Ladies :)


" Dieu q'c'est trop drôle !!!

Et en perfecto il fait fureur !! c'est la légion d'honneur ,le p'tit bidule à gauche du col ?? "



" Ah !J'oubliai le plus important j'suis very ,but very happy to review you !

Une superbe année ! :) "

Daphne Wayne-Bough said...

Vous connaissez la blague sur l'Anglaise qui est enceinte pendant quarante ans? Finalement ils décident d'opérer pour trouver pourquoi elle n'accouche pas. On trouve dans son ventre deux petits bonhommes en chapeau melon avec parapluies, se disant:
"After you!"
"No, please, after you!"
"But no, really, after you!"
etc. etc. ad infinitum

Messieurs(/-dames) les anglais, tirez les premiers!

Crabtree said...

La galanterie n'est donc pas française ,c'est un mythe !?
Ou bien mes origines ne correspondent pas à mon état civil , on m'aurait menti ...... A L’ISSUE DE MON PLEIN GRÉ ?
Ne dit-on pas "les femmes et les enfants d'abord ", " Ce que femme veut, dieu le veut " ?


A small boy says to his girlfriend:
* I have 6 marbles!
His girlfriend replies for him:
* I have 7 marbles!
The small annoyed boy says for him:
* I have seven penny's! ( j'trouve ça drôle )
The granddaughter replies for him:
* I have one a sterling pound, me!
The small very annoyed boy says for him,while getting up his Kilt: ( oui à l' Ecossaise :) )
* Have some for you not one as that!
The granddaughter replies for him also, while getting up his small dress:
* But me, I have one as that! And, with one as that, I can have any as the holds adds the granddaughter!

PI said...

Now where have I seen that face before?

inkspot said...

(Excuse me a moment, Che.) Lady Daphne, I hesitate to carp, but honestly, that was not up to your usual high standard.

What's that? Oh, it was a _French_ joke. Well, that makes all the difference. (Che, thank you.)

Crabtree said...
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Crabtree said...

Excuse me Inkspot !!

This is one jokes English ,who is relating to a courtesy exchange between a French,me in this case !
And a Lady, Daphne, of whom the talent of "répartie" has an equal her intelligence!
Unless you are a francophobe or gallophobe ?? What shall not be fair-play ,I remain at your disposal! Do you prefer the sword where the gun??

Very friendly

Zed said...

Now I know who it reminds me of - Chloe's husband in '24'. I must go and watch those seasons again.

Ace picture.

Daphne Wayne-Bough said...

Attaboy Crabtree! McChe servira de second, bien sur. Parc du Cinquantenaire à l'aube? Comme ca tu peux revenir te réchauffer avec une tasse de Bovril après que tu auras dispatché Inkspot.

My hero!

inkspot said...

Cher M Crabtree,

Non timeo Gallos, sed iocos ferentes.

Bien a vous,

Inkspot.

Mrs Pouncer said...

Inky, cave ne ante ullas catapultas ambules - ut Gallia, tu quoque in tres partes dividaris.

Love, Clarissa xx

Joliet Jake said...

Eric Cantona, a dead ringer

Mrs Pouncer said...

PS Sorry McChe, rude of me.
Lovely work. I know him well.

Ché l'écossais said...

Google Translate disney do Latin.
You're doing this tae show off my ignorance ?
Ach, I did Latin for twa weeks - and then I got kicked outta the school.
My alltime record - twa weeks - it was an awfull French catholic fundamentalist school, they didnae like me for some reason. Wunch of Bankers.
All I remember was "pulchrae" is the ugliest word for "beautiful" I ever came across, in any language, anywhere.
Enoughus abouti tha Latinii
alreadyus, bampotus tu. Et pulchrae est.

Ah pis Crabtree - Inkspot ne te cherchais pas des 'blemes, c'est de l'humour typische britische.

I'm totally convinced of the Cantonii thing though, Jake.
If I watched trendy Merikan TV shows, I might get Zoe's point, but I don't, so I don't.

Never apologise, Mrs Pouncer, "rude" in French means "healthy".
Which is nice.

And since I'm on the subject of words, "dispatché" is not a word.
Touché is.

Thanks for the comments, e'body, it warmed my shrivelled little heart.

inkspot said...

Not typische any longer, I'm afraid, Che, nobody knows any Latin any more. Harrumph.

problemchildbride said...

What a lovely human devil! I've known "angels" who didn't have eyes that kind.

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