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The Blushing Bride........

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Now that everyone's had time to get used to the stunning beauty of Adonisette, here is the blushing bride coyly posing for her official wedding photo, courtesy of the photographer's photographer, Hippolytus.......
Adonisette and Norbert have now made up, following their first tiff on the night of the wedding (because of Norbert's insistence on getting married as Souperman), and Adonisette assures us that her husband is satisfying her 'needs'.......at every given moment.........
Hopefully, around the New Year (or before, after, or inbetween) we will witness the birth of a baby
Adonibert......or perhaps a Norbisette...........

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Elfie

Ohhh, Lela, it's not just beauty that counts!!

lelabugosi

Yours is far more beautiful than mine, hee-hee!...........

Elfie

This one?

http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=WHP5SFKO

lelabugosi

Yes Juneee........just type up the latest TRUE news, as it comes out of your head......(A beautiful portrait is coming up next).........

juneshone

well there you go Monday got off to a no start. KBoy is in his room playing. CLady is in her room praying. Lela is with Mrs B obeying. P squirt is somewhere decaying. Couple of days we can all go a-maying, except that the may trees don't have any leaves never mind blossom. I'm just only saying it's a bit quiet here, must be all partied out think I go into a nice dark corner and make up some news, er I mean I'll sit at my desk and type up the news

twoclubs

Junee no news? You have no news? I have no new puzzle from Lela to while away my rainy afternoon. So now what can I do? Nothing to read. No puzzles to puzzle over. T'is puzzling in a quirky puzzly kinda way.

juneshone

I guess no news is good news

patsquire

More's the pity, GGL, I never met him. I was in the regular infantry, the 1st Infantry Division, The Big Red One (If you're gonna be one, be a Big Red One!) and we never encountered any Special Forces. The nearest ones to us were probably 20 or 30 miles west of us in the central highlands.

I was an Airborne Ranger, but the Army's philosophy in Vietnam was not to field Ranger Battalions, but to disperse the Rangers among the regular infantry units, raising the level of proficiency across the board in all units. And in our case it worked. I was the only Ranger in my company (usually about 200 men but in normal field conditions actually about 100 men) and there were several times when we came up against tactical situations or fieldcraft problems where I was the best qualified to solve them. So the Captain would call me forward and put me in charge for a while (I was a Lieutenant) and afterward I'd go back to my platoon.

Thanks for asking. I wish I'd met him. We all respected the Green Berets.

(Oooooh.........I know I'm passing up an excellent opportunity here.........Oh yeah, old Banksy, I knew that fool well..........I remember the time we tied a monkey to his ankle while he was sleeping........talk about fun!)

grannygoatlady

patsquire (and I call you that as I am making a serious comment).....I had a cousin in Nam in the Green Berets...Ralph Redmon Banks....did you by the slightest, slimmest, off chance happen to ever run into him?....and Yes, I know it was a huge area and of long, long duration, but just thought I'd ask....

patsquire

You're more than welcome, Hanne!

Elfie

Thanks patsquire, it is a wonderful and very alive description of these rubber woods!! I do understand what you mean!!

Yah, 'n this monkey's other "art" is the kind they can't publish even here on Jigidi.

Hippolytus

Thank you shazza-thingy-whatever........I like to take pride in my art, and it was a pleasure to work with such a stunningly beautiful lady...........

Wow ........... this is the most beautiful blushing bride I have ever seen. I must say the photographer is very skilled in his art.

juneshone

Well of course there is a reason for all of this symmetry but at least when my grandchildren visit the forest they will know which ones granny planted, that's if they haven't been redone by now

patsquire

When the French planted their South Vietnam rubber plantations long, long ago they used surveying instruments to achieve precise placements and distances, for maximum growth and yield as adult trees. The resulting canopy blocked most of the sun from reaching the ground, so undergrowth was minimal and, of course, they kept it clear.

Walking through a mature rubber plantation was the most surreal experience I've ever had! These tall, smooth tree trunks were perfectly aligned, and as you walked along they formed an ever-shifting kaleidoscope of straight lines at 90º, 45º, 22 1/2º, even 11 1/4º, always shifting, always moving and snapping into realignment. It was weird, so weird that sometimes I'd just have to close my eyes, or look down at the ground. My men complained about it, too, in ghostly whispers. Totally surreal, eerie, almost spectral. Spooky!

juneshone

oooh! you are awful, but I like you................

lelabugosi

That's what I say to dogdaze............."stop licking it and it will last longer"...........

juneshone

been there done that, what can I say. Piece of cake when you put four in a hole, wonder why my friend never thought of that. He faffs on making straight lines and straight diagonal lines all a bit retentive. I did find Dogdaze a big help so bought him a nice warm pasty. I called in at the pencil factory on my way home and bought a big tin of pencils, should last me a while, If only I could remember not to lick the darned things they would last longer.

lelabugosi

Hanne-without-pipe..................I believe she took them out for a walk.......I mean, for the photo.........
raincoat-infusion.......These were long gloves, but Adonisette was feeling a bit flushed during the photo-shoot, so Hippolytus flung a bucket of water over her........then they shrank........
was-shining..........aren't you supposed to be planting trees?..........

juneshone

talking of gloves, she looks as if she is preparing to do the washing up already, before she even gets out of the bridal gown. Barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen, the ideal woman for some guys

teamac

The bride and gown are lovely...but I think long gloves would have enhanced the charm of this setting. Glad the tiff was minor and of short endurance.

Elfie

(Lela - hasn't she GOT any teeth?)

lelabugosi

precious-pebble......the mothers feel extremely proud.......proud to join the hallowed membership of the 'Mothers Of Bugosi (M.O.B.)'........For them, it is a labour of love........
Mr.Le-Squirt.....I am glad you have a pictionary........
Mr.many-numbers...........That's exactly what her mother said............

david06520

Now that I done the puzzle I think her name might should be
Astonishette
instead.

patsquire

Where's the Colonel? Time to eat some delicious Kentucky Fried Chicken! See ya later!

patsquire

Nincompoop. I found it in the dictionary between nibble and nipple. Interesting placement.

gemstone

And how do the mothers feel about this? Sounds like they should consider a good dose of castor oil and a binge of floor scrubbing!

lelabugosi

precious-pebble.....Adonisette is a natural beauty....what you see is what you get.......sort of.......
thousands-of-cakes........Up until the 15th.c the Bugosi line pregnancies were indeed only 5 months gestation - however, since that time, the unborn children have decided to delay their presence in the public eye for longer and longer periods.......I believe this is due to the evolution of our family - the extra time allows for further development of our outstanding qualities, i.e. beauty, intelligence, spirituality, and generosity........I refused to leave the womb for 11 months, 22 days and 16 1/2 hours, which is the longest time on record.........

cakes1947

Pretty dress, reminds me of a First Communion dress. I think the 2nd bridal gown was most beautiful. I thought the Bugosi line pregnancies were only 5 months gestation!!! Drats, I was hoping we wouldn't have to wait so long to see the cherubs if indeed ''things happened'' on the wedding night. thanks Lela!! :))))
(time, 1:50)

lelabugosi

Auntie Adonisette has an ethereal beauty peculiar to the pure-blooded line of Bugosis..........In fact, it is a beauty so ethereal that nincompoops such as yourself, Mr.Le-Squirt-in-the-bushes, cannot even begin to fathom its elusive qualities.............you, in fact, ipso facto, have the imagination of a fridge-freezer and are forever destined to remain in .....THE TWILIGHT ZONE!............

gemstone

I think a bit of lippy would help! And perhaps a bit of blusher...and maybe a shave?

patsquire

Big nose holes.

patsquire

Wait.....wait! What? Ohhhh, I'mm sooooooo confused! Adonisette is the bride, Church-Slut is the round-heels in the shrubbery. Adonisette is the bride, Church-Slut is the round-heels in the shrubbery. Adonisette is the bride, Church-Slut is the round-heels in the shrubbery.

OK, I think I've got it. But what nature did to this bride, Adonisette, the bride here, is still a shame, and she should thank G*d she had Mrs. Bugosi to help make her at least presentable, nay, gloriously angelic, for the wedding. After the wedding, that Norbie's problem!

I think for a wedding present I'll send him a lifetime supply of brown paper bags with eye and nose holes cut in them.

grannygoatlady

Well, as usual, Mr. P_Squirty.....you've gotten it all wrong.....it was not our shy, demure, blushing bride you did in nature....it was Church Lady in the bushes with red toe-nails.....Or was it Professor Plum in the Ballroom with the rope...........

patsquire

We pay homage, which is always due, to Mrs. Bugosi for her lustrous, shimmering wedding gown, in which any old hag (present company included) would look like an angel. However, angelic or not, this is the ugliest bride I've seen in years! I mean, not just ugly, you-gly! Oy!

However, getting my manners under control, let me just say that I know this bride loves nature, in spite of what it did to her.

juneshone

but did you use a blue backdrop to facilitate cutting out? Time for bed again must get rested for my day in the woods tomorrow

Hippolytus

For those who may or may not be interested, for this 'study in beauty' I used a Skoda666 multi-zoom-refracting-oculascope camera with diaphragmenting-lenticular-tilt lens, mounted on an acme four-legged-tripod........for the lighting I used 600 3.5 watt megatronic-vacuum bulbs spaced at a distance varying between 3 cms. and 13.8 ft...........The bridal gown was designed by Mrs.Bugosi, and the subject's soft complexion is a result of a concoction of tadpole secretions and Lux soap........
This photo will be included in my forthcoming book "Nubile nymphs of the world"..........

juneshone

She does indeed look lovely. I am still a bit tired from networking etc plus I need a new pencil so I have been given a few days off to collect myself. Hurrah! So in my spare time I am going tree planting. I have a friend who can plant 15,000 a day I will be trying to beat him, can't be that difficult after all these years of gardening. Out in the open air all day it will be such fun

Elfie

She is LOOOOOVELY!! Wish them ohhh, so well - and Subert just as Norbert!!

twoclubs

Oh GrannyGoAtALady he must have thought he was KBoy. But why? His Adonisette is a sweet and respectable, demure, and alas, innocent young thing. He did not need to put on a costume just because KBoy had such success with Church Lady! Am I right? Am I? Oh Adonisette is like a painted portrait, like a famous lady with a mysterious smile, why, like Lona Missa!! Yes, that's the ticket. Lona Missa Adoni Sette!

grannygoatlady

I am glad to see the newly-weds reconciled...HOWEVER!!!, I certainly hope Adonisette has now taken Norbert firmly in hand and put an end to the Superman fantasy.....who does he think he is......K_Boy?

jcarroll

Maybe, Adonisette will have triplets, one of each.

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