What we put up for love.
What a beautiful woman.
Show us where the fleas are !
Not if you stand on the seat…
The Smug Married Portrait of the Runaway Couple.Lydia and Wickham spring to mind.
The Grand Duchess takes some time to contemplate the phrase, “Serf’s up.”
Earlier title: Composer Mihaly Mosonyi, Trying To Cop A Feel, 1840.
Boob grab thwarted. Nice block.
She’s scratchy, he’s itchy.
why do some women hate male facial hair, and some women like it? or, is it because women are never satisfied?
Morticia and the guy she dated before Gomez.
Earliest known picture of Princess Leia and her half-Wookie boyfriend; Drew Bacca.
Enlarged image can be found here (along with a description), or at Mr. Melcher’s blog entry. Something strikes me as odd about the image. Are both his eyes the same color?The Composer Mihály Mosonyi and His Wife (link shows his Wikipedia page, his Google translated Hungarian Wikipedia page has much more, including that she was the artist’s sister, as mentioned in the above description) is shown by its current-location page.Odd, both eyes in the different coloration image there appear to be the same color. The artist’s Google translated Hungarian Wikipedia page and collection (more under Subcategories at each level).So far, 2 works by this artist have appeared in Mr. Melcher’s blog.
The ring is on his right hand. Wonder what that means.
The original “dirty old man” attempting a tit feel . .
Traditionally in Europe the ring is worn on the L hand during engagement, on the R after marriage. I have worn my wedding ring on the R hand for 30 years.
I wore mine on R for my German wife. Now on L for American wife. Never tried a Hungarian…might be interesting. Mihaly’s wife is pretty cute.
I never liked facial hair (and my x often grew his). I have no body hair and my lover’s is mostly very soft and nice. He has always been the perfect man for me.
@dogsniffWas that the Bingo Pancake Restaurant , where I stole the mar-gar-ine?
Here is another work by this artist.
“I’m not a street rat, and I don’t have fleas!”-Aladdin, Disney’s Aladdin.
Yeah, some men can wear a beard. But you gotta keep em clean, guys.