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Posted May 12, 2020 by Jem Sternhall in Humor

Speaking Moistly

We all need laughs right now. Even Justin Trudeau, my Prime Minister here in Canada, is contributing … contributing inadvertently, but he’s doing his part! The relevant moment of strangeness is at about 0:50 below.

Justin regretted his phrasing almost on the instant, of course. But there it was, out there for the world to take advantage of.

Needless to say, Twitter immediately grabbed onto this, and it’s been trending for days. (There’s balderdash in this search; just ignore it.)

Even CBC Kids News started going over the fallout.

Enjoy!

Posted April 13, 2020 by Conan Bankersbox in Humor, People, Real Life

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Major SL Announcement — Improved Weather!

The suck zone...

Patch “Lirpa” Linden has made an announcement in the Community Forum about an experimental improvement to the new residential areas in Bellisseria — improved weather!

Read the details here.

Posted April 1, 2020 by Harper Ganesvoort in Announcements, Humor

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Wildlife Returning

Many miles away
There’s a shadow on the door
Of a cottage on the shore
Of a dark Scottish lake

The Police, “Synchronicity II”

Hey, we can all use a giggle or two right now, lol.

Posted March 30, 2020 by Jem Sternhall in Humor

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Lush Budget(t)!

Ho hum, just another night in Second Life ….

A bit of diversion, for those who wonder where I get my taste for huge ballgown fashion, such as practiced by Sascha Frangilli (as above). Attend, therefore, to this film clip, from Shirley MacLaine’s What a Way to Go!:

(Laughing)

The movie, if you’ve never seen it, is about a woman who turns down the local wealthy boy in her town to marry a dirt farmer and part-time storekeeper. He starts spending all his time at the store, and builds it into a department-store empire, leaving her alone at home; but then he keels over at the office, leaving Louisa May (Shirley) a wealthy widow. She then falls in love with a down-at-the-heels ex-pat artist in Paris. He hits it big, spends all his time in his studio, and gets killed by the painting machines he builds, leaving Louisa with another five or ten million.

Louisa can’t help it; she falls in love again — but this time, with a man who’s a multi-millionaire in his own right (played by Robert Mitchum). She figures she’s safe with him; she can’t jinx him, because he’s already richer than she is. “Our life was like one of those glamorous Hollywood films, where it’s all about love and ‘what will she wear next?’” she says. Cue the above dream sequence (grin).

All Shirley’s costumes were done by Edith Head, and she really let herself loose on this one film … and got one of her many Oscar nominations for it. And I remember seeing this when I was a girl, on one of the old NBC movie shows back when. It’s stuck with me ever since, probably my favorite part of the movie … well, other than when the multi-millionaire returns to the farm of his youth, goes to milk the cow, and didn’t look to see whose undercarriage he was reaching for. (In other words, he got hold of the bull. The bull was … not amused.)

Photographed at Angle Manor’s Rose Theatre — my favorite place for sweeping staircase moments.

Nylon Pinkney Does It Again … Game of Thrones Style

With thanks to New World Notesce: New World Notes: Nylon Pinkney Is Online: Game of Thrones, Second Life Style

From: Jon Snow

I just had to share this. Nothing about Second Life; I just ran across it elsewhere, and figured the other Game of Thrones mavens would enjoy a giggle:

Jon Snow Emails 23andMe About His DNA Results

Posted April 12, 2019 by Jem Sternhall in Humor

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How To Properly Clear Out Your Inventory

With thanks to Nylon Pinkney and Hamlet Au — click through for the remaining three frames!

Copyright 2019 by Nylon Pinkney (a pseudonym) — all rights reserved to the original artist

Posted February 18, 2019 by Harper Ganesvoort in Humor, Reblog

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Christmas Fashion 2 — Winter Fantasy

I was gonna invoke shades of The Nutcracker here, but this area doesn’t quite fit the bill. Oh, well, lol. It’s still pretty, though.

I’ve developed a partiality for United Colors, and this gown is one of their best. Lots of colors available, and you can choose either opaque or nicely sheer. (I’d go for the opaque for the party season, myself, but I don’t know what parties you’ll be going to ….)

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Okay ….

… There’s gotta be an easier way to make a livin’ than having a piece of fabric stuck up my nose while I … I ….

ACHOO!!!!!

Posted December 16, 2018 by Harper Ganesvoort in Humor

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