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I couldn't let this week's theme pass without displaying this breathtakingly beautiful bust of one of the world's greatest ever leaders, with a cheerfully charismatic personality......who just so happens to be me.......
This work of art proudly stands......sits.....rests......in the idyllic setting of the Bugosi Unwanted Relics Park (B.U.R.P.) , to be admired by all who admire this sort of thing........
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lelabugosi

Yes ......... we are now on the third .......... 'Hic'!

teamac

Did I hear a bottle of the Tad being opened???

lelabugosi

preciouspebble ..... I take it you are referring to mentioning 'pomegranates' ............

gemstone

I was notified...went back and read some comments...and can't believe that I said that!!! Must be the company I keep!!! ;DDD

Pass the tadpole, please...

lelabugosi

Dear Mr.scifinumbers ........... People have mentioned that tv episode in the past. The character was actually based upon myself, as that despicable actor was stalking me at the time, and I felt that he must have been obsessed by my radiant personality and endearing charisma. I have also been likened to the famous Topo Gigio, who actually had his own show. And it goes without saying that I have been called many colourful names in the course of my long and varied life ..... some of them not really fit to mention here.
Thank you for showing your interest in these important matters.

scifi72

More power to you, @lelabugosi. Build away your monuments - away from me (LOL)! No, seriously have we not met before? You bear a remarkable resemblance to a character that I've seen before - almost like David McCallum in The Outer Limits in the 1963 episode "The Sixth Finger". Are you related? Other than that your Jigidi avatar is going to keep me up tonight. Mickey Mouse meets Bugosi meets The Postman. Kinda like Frankenstein all stitched together. Am I on your route? What will you bring me? BRRRRRR! I got the chilly willies.

Surreal_Heidi

Why thank you, my dear Patty.
You DO know that I'm now single?

Surreal_Heidi

Yes.... TAR and feathers!!!

COden

Yes, feathers would be much more appropriate on this, ah, creature.

wicca

Feathers would be so much more attractive don't you think?

COden

Yes, humans are strange, especially this desmondina. He/she still needs a shave, whatever it is!

wicca

Humans are such strange and complex creatures................................

JM_Cookie

Ah yes my dearr, you look radish.. rabish.. err .. hic just fine.
More wine pleash..

desmondina

I'm free!

JM_Cookie

☼ hic..☼ wHo wantz ta danz.. hic

gemstone

Don't listen to psquirt, Manta Seggie, he's always trying to take out lela (he has friends in Chicago, you know)...the tadpole wine is delicious...Mr. Biscuit just can't hold his licker...HIC

JM_Cookie

meggie or Manta Seggie, welcome to our Cookie . . . I mean Kooky world :-)

Best pass on the tadpole wine, unless there is a toast, you know, because the toast will soak up the taste. hic ☼

lelabugosi

Hee-Hee!

meggie

Hi, guys.
You remind me of my Dad who, when it got cold outside, would always say, "It's a chee bit willy."

lelabugosi

Santameggie - Here is an oldie of the great man himself, who was a beloved ancestor of mine.......

http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/5S3SSJEA/The-man-himself-Nipper-Bugosi

He chose to change his name, when he went in search of fame and fortune.

patsquire

Hello meggie! Welcome to Bugosiland, where spoonerisms are encouraged especially when you mention the name of a movie star or other famous person such as Gichard Rere, Fodie Joster or Marilyn Monroe (oops, that didn't work).

Yes, our host lelabug's name is a take on the mysterious man who portrayed Dracula. You've found one of the goofiest, most fun groups on Jigidi. However we're in slow motion just now due to demands on our host's time outside the internet. Can you imagine?

There is only one exception to the spoonerism rule, She Whose Name May Not Be Spoonerized: Julie Andrews.

meggie

Is your name a play on Bela Lugosi?!

lelabugosi

Sir Wainthorpe's been let loose again -

http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/RMNODZDB/Sir-Wainthorpe-Tells-It-Like-It-Is

http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/UPTE5J71/Sir-Wainthorpe-s-True-Stories

lelabugosi

EEEEEK! The devil's seeds!

gemstone

A lovely fall photo...so timely...

http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/5T3HX5RL/pomegranates

lelabugosi

HMPH!

lelabugosi

um.............yes....................

gemstone

So you deal in the absurd!

lelabugosi

I like to dab my brush in the palette of world affairs.......

gemstone

Are you a water colourist, too? Landscape artiste? Or do you deal in the absurd?

jignut

Squirty, this one is for you http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/7QU1Y2OO/Did-Julie-Andrews-just-say-the-F-word

suemarie

Right..... :-(((((

lelabugosi

Mr.Biscuit........The contemplation of my beautiful bust should lead to an understanding of the amazing achievements possible to mankind, even from the most humble of beginnings......For here you see an adored and adorable, admired and adulated world leader, who started life as a simple house painter! Now how many world leaders have managed to scale such heights from such a start?
............oh, wait..................

JM_Cookie

I am getting tired of looking at Lela's breasts .. I mean Bust ..

jignut

Squirty, the Copperhead was about 50 yards from the house on a walking/riding trail. The snake shot turned his head to mush. It certainly would do a number on someone's face. I like your idea by following it up with hollow points. Hopefully I will never have a situation like that.
What a coincidence your sister's name is Bonnie too and lives In California. I didn't know very many Bonnies growing up. It was Linda ,Carol Susan or Barbara in those days. I still miss California. I used to live near the beach and I spent a lot of time there. I have yet to see the Atlantic or the Gulf. This weekend would not have been a good time to go!

lelabugosi

At least I don't smear Brylcreem all over my face!

COden

Hee Hee!!!!

lelabugosi

She must be feeling better, as she's nagging me all the time.

gemstone

And again, the SECOND time I can agree with the psquirt! ;D

lelabugosi

Much improved, thanks. Has now been out and about a couple of times (with walker-thingy)!

gemstone

And everything else!

Since we're inquiring as to how things are...how's Mrs. B. feeling?

lelabugosi

Better hold on to your toupée, Mr.Squirt.......

gemstone

Hi, psquirt! Is weather in your area affected by Hurricane Matthew at all?

gemstone

How's Georgia making out in the present weather situation...

jignut

Hello Squirty! Just thought I 'd tell you I got to try out some snake shot on a copperhead.

lelabugosi

Oh yes.......I can recommend those!

JM_Cookie

I have some marvellous wild mushrooms for sale ... :-)

lelabugosi

Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens..................

jignut

HELLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO....................IS ANYBODY HOME?

rogerbugosi

Not as slimy as your skin, old chap!

rogerbugosi

HEY!
New toupee, Squirty?

gemstone

Looks like Ray Danton and quotes Arnold...not much original here!

lelabugosi

And it was so peaceful here.........

lelabugosi

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

lelabugosi

That's why my statue has no feet.........

lelabugosi

SHOO!

wicca

I love statues almost as much as curtains.

suemarie

Wise woman.......

lelabugosi

She threw the eighth pair out, when we got married.......

suemarie

How appropriate! And I'm glad to hear that she doesn't have a eighth pair--I'd hate to think what she saved these for....

http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/6NPB131T/Snow-White

lelabugosi

Yes, she actually has seven pairs of these 'dwarf' shoes - one pair for each day, depending on whether she's feeling Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, or Dopey ...........the last pair are reserved for visits to the Doc.......

suemarie

http://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/S7LGHRLK/Fancy-heels

Does Mrs. B have a pair of shoes like these? She could wear them when she strolls with you through B.U.R.P......

lelabugosi

You are quite right, raincoat-infusion..........
Sometime, I shall have to take a stroll through the idyllic Bugosi Unwanted Relics Park, armed only with my charismatic personality.....and camera.............

teamac

I think it is a wonderful work of ART ...although I do think that your magnificent ears should have been a bit more prominent.
Arms or no arms...makes no difference...I site the famous Venus di Milo as a testimony that this too can be treasured for endless ages. To those who can appreciate fine art.
I would love to see more of the art at B.U.R.P.
☺♥♥♥

lelabugosi

Welcome back, nearly-beautiful-vixen-from-down-under..........LOOONG time no see!!
The sculptor ran out of limestone while working on the beautiful ears........and I taped my ears back for this photo, so as to show the uncannily perfect resemblance of the semblance...........plus, which, furthermore, it was very cold.........which would account for some.....er.....'shrinkage'...........
Yes, Mr.Squirty's surgery was obviously carried out by a charlatan......

belaminx

Methinks there's some shrinkage in this frame - the ears were not rendered true to life surely? And I am shocked at Messieur PSquat's plastic surgery? Perhaps I need my eyes checked...

gemstone

Cheeky boy!

lelabugosi

lelabugosi

Yes, of course they can.......but I can switch to 'mute' without batting an eyelid............and nobody else is here..........

lelabugosi

Your ridiculously reasonless ramblings fall on deaf ears...........

lelabugosi

I have never been, am not presently, nor will I EVER be within close proximity to Madame-of-the-Temple!

lelabugosi

HMPH!

COden

When ones legs get shorter does his head get bigger?

lelabugosi

precious-pebble.........When I am doing my postal duties, my legs get shorter......with all the walking, you see........

gemstone

psquirt...in your case we can!

The only time I ever recall seeing lela's legs was in his troubador tights...or his much "shorter" legs in the red pants...in his postman's outfit his legs totally disappear...hmmmmm?

patsquire

Sheeesh! I try to approach the subject in a subtle, indirect way and you cut straight through to my real meaning! Oh well, can't blame a guy for trying.

lelabugosi

Professor Squirtz........Please allow me to make it perfectly clear that I wish to have absolutely NOTHING to do with Uranus.........(or anyone else's, for that matter).........

patsquire

Maybe this fictional astronomy stuff has been going on for a lot longer than I think. I mean, are we really supposed to believe that there's a planet called "Uranus" which just happens to have "moons?"

patsquire

You know, if you're RIGHT (gulp!) and what you say is TRUE about electromanga-tonialphallic imaging and andrometallic plasgenisis, that would explain a LOT about all this space gobbledegook we hear these days about "earth-like planets" 50 billion light years away from us, and "underground oceans" on the moons of Jupiter, etc. I mean, you can't see an ocean, or anything else, that's underground, can you? Or anything at all that's so far away.

I think the whole "science" of astronomy went into fantasyland once all the planets, moons, asteroids and comets IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM were identified and explained. With nothing left to do, and with the imminent loss of their research grants and teaching salaries looming over them, all those astronomers got together and decided they had no choice but to get REAL JOBS (...shudder...) or start writing FICTION about all their amazing "discoveries" that would allow them to keep stringing us along practically forever.

That's right, I said it, astronomy these days is the fictional imaginings of lazy college professors and grad students. Now excuse me, I've got to start moving fast so they can't hit me with their lightning bolts from those "weather satellites."

As for your advanced evolutionary head, talk about FICTION! It looks like the result of years and years of faulty plastic surgery to me which was probably committed by ... I mean performed by ... the nefarious "Dr." Adonis B. Bugosi in the secret vivisection labs secreted away secretly in the many secret sub-basements under the D.O.L.L.S. House.

lelabugosi

So-called 'long range satellite spectrography' has long since fallen into disrepute, mainly due to the fact that the electromagnetopographicalcium rays are totally unable to penetrate limestone, due to its special anthropomorphic and plasmogenetic qualities..........(The same applies to human heads of an advanced evolutionary nature)........SO THERE!

patsquire

NO! Don't do it Cookster! You'll lose your valuable tadpole-rescue (?) net completely!

Upon close examination via photo enlargement/analysis and by long range satellite spectrography I have discovered that what I suspected to be the case IS TRUE. This is a cheap papier mâché bust which has simply been PAINTED to look authentic. Like all of the "great Bonga-Bongan achievements" it is as phony as a three-dollar bill. Its flour-water-paper construction will dissolve and disintegrate rapidly if you put it under water, and your valuable tadpole-rescue (?) net will drift away, lost forever.

The satellite's spectro-rays could not penetrate the grotesque head of the bust (or the grotesque head of lelabug himself either) indicating that it is probably made of a new space-age material called "plastic." The source from which the Bonga-Bongans obtained this so-called "plastic" is now under investigation by Interpol.

lelabugosi

What a good idea.......and all for a worthy cause! I shall post it to you by post, post-haste.......

JM_Cookie

I have this old fish net that I use for, uhm... rescuing tad poles, and some times it drifts around.
This breathtakingly beautiful bust would be perfect at the bottom of the pond as a place to secure said net firmly in place..

lelabugosi

Mr.Squirtz.........."HMPH!" and "HMPH!" again.........
Dennis-with-a-small-room-in-Denver................another "HMPH!".......
suenumber.......Thank you - I thought it should be included!
mike's2ndwifey..........But it IS in a park - the Bugosi Unwanted Relics Park (B.U.R.P.) !

mrsmike2

It is Remarkable and should be in the middle of a park or something.....The art work is great...but then I am no expert. (But I like it)

sue1

Oh, this is just so great, lela, what a wonderful theme puzzle, dear.

COden

"Unwanted Relics", yep, that's what it appears to be!

patsquire

You left out a word. "...they might wonder how I lifted the glass to my [UGLY] lips........"

Plus which furthermore you've confused "who" and whom" probably because you ended your sentence with a preposition, which you should not do! If you had used the King's English you'd have written "Of whom does it remind you?" and the "whom" usage would have come naturally to you. TSK! TSK!

lelabugosi

"Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating visual, auditory or performing artifacts (artworks), expressing the author's imaginative or technical skill".

This bust displays great technical skill.......Who does it remind you of? Mother Teresa? No! It is a perfect likeness of yours truly. And that is what it is supposed to be. I could place it in a tavern, and the customers would think that I was drinking with them, even though they might wonder how I lifted the glass to my lips........

patsquire

Hold on there! I like my arms, I need my arms, they give me many abilities, including doing pleasurable things to my, ahem, er, um, you know, body, my, um, personal person! And by the way, I've seen art in my time and this, well, it hardly qualifies as "art!"

lelabugosi

Mr.Squirt.......This bust is a work of art, made for future generations to marvel at the genius of a glorious world-leader, be it with or without arms ..........or legs........
The stars signify the guiding light of the common people, a light that will shine for ever.......well, for quite a while.......
Anyway, you are obsessed with arms! CAST YOUR ARMS ASIDE, AS I HAVE DONE!
HMPH!

patsquire

I "hate" (yes, I really do) to cast a pall over your (pathetic) attempt at a dramatic presentation but I feel I should point out that, while your right hand is resting on the bust's shoulder and your left arm is akimbo on your hip, THIS BUST HAS NO ARMS AT ALL! WHAT THE.......?

Plus which furthermore, these stars on the chest and epaulets (that means shoulder boards) are distinctly Soviet-looking! Were you secretly some kinda Russki, a KGB spy in British expatriate clothing, a heinous Commie? Huh?

Or are these actually some kind of insignia from Starfleet Academy?

Yeah ! Please : Keep this kind of relaxing !!!

lelabugosi

Hee-Hee.....I was relaxing, just talking to myself......sort of..........

... in the back : I never saw you soooo " normal " . ha !

lelabugosi

No, though it would appear so...........it was in fact carved by the great master, Hippolytus Le Bugosi, on his off day........I mean, his day off.............

lelabugosi

Ah yes, Mr.Biscuit.........but this is a limestone star, and it will last a lifetime......

JM_Cookie

I see you have a star on your breathtakingly beautiful bust, this must be old, they took our stars away.

lelabugosi

I think it is an incredible likeness (that's me at the back, in case you were wonderin')........

cakes1947

What a wonderful bust, your ears were captured perfectly; even a bit of narcissism was caught!! Thanks lela!!! ;)))))

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