The flute must have a Freudian meaning for him.
Flutist find fun in Freudian phallic fluting !
A still from the rarely seen Simon and Garfunkel X-rated “Scarborough Fair” video…
Few flautists fall for the Freudian phallic fantasy. find one, flaunt and flout the favorer of the flute forever.
what girls go outside in the nude?
There isn’t a flaccid flautist in the house.
@rmaxell(from yesterday, since it didn’t want to load beyond comment #15, at least not for me until just now — if you already read it there, I apologize for the repeat; it’s been deleted there):Here’s a search tip, that no doubt would have helped you yesterday.Unlike the strip, where everything is contained in an image, the title, artist’s name, etc., are all text items in the blog entry, and as such, can be searched for. So when I search for one of these paintings, the first thing I Google is something unique about the strip followed bysite:thatispriceless.blogspot.com confining the search to the blog. For example, yesterday I Googledpaninis site:thatispriceless.blogspot.comwhich immediately gave me the blog entry. Once there, get the image address. If you don’t know how to do that, Ctrl-click (click while holding down the Ctrl key) on the image, or, if that doesn’t work, right-click on the image if you have that kind of mouse. That should show a drop-down menu, which should have Copy Image AddressURL (or similar words). Choose that.Paste that into the Google search box. But before searching, that needs to be edited.That is the filename Mr. Melcher has chosen for the image. Generally, it consists of his title in lower-case (spaces replaced by +‘s), followed by the (almost always Wikipedia) filename.Starting with the http at the beginning, delete everything through the title (and, if there, any number followed by px-), and search for what’s left.It doesn’t always work; in the case of yesterday’s elsewhere link, the filename ends with a “+”, and I had to actually search for the painting, back when I first posted a comment there. But, in over a year of doing this, it has worked well over 95% of the time.For yesterday’s strip, what remained was:Jan_de_Bray_001.jpgwhich immediately told me it wasn’t a Jan van Eyck painting (quite often the artist’s name is part of the filename).Usually, one of the first 10 search results will point you to the painting, the whole process probably taking you less time than it took to read this; I’m sure less time than it took me to write it.
The lady on the left is pouring a certain chemical in the well to ensure everybody has a good time..I that a Oviphile I see in the middle distance?
You always need a good wing man.
And I also appreciate your using the original icon of “Johnny Depp” since it has been replaced as the avatar for the strip. It was my favorite!
My kind of girl
Man! check out those lips.
Click-to-enlarge image can be found here or here. Smaller enlargement can be found at Mr. Melcher’s blog entry.Pastoral Concert (link shows its Wikipedia page) is shown, with a different coloration image (alternate coloration image), and described, by its current-location page.If you tried my above search tip on this painting and ended up searching for Giorgione_039.jpg, you maybe thought Mr. Melcher has the artist wrong again. Some do think it may be the work of Giorgione.For example, a different coloration, click-to-enlarge image, and description, can be found here, along with a click-to-enlarge, detail image, described here. Another different coloration image can be found here, but there are many different coloration or detail images available online. The current-location now attributes it to this artist.It is also described in this 2:31 YouTube video. If that wasn’t enough for you, this 30 minute documentary may appeal to you (though it may be in French). Or maybe you saw it at the NGA in 2006. The artist‘s Wikipedia page and collection (many more under Subcategories at each level).Fourth of the 6 works by this artist, that have, so far, appeared in Mr. Melcher’s blog, to also appear here.
I’m sick of the F/B id biz. I may stop commenting, too.
They’re giving a two for one on Brazilians, down at Mama San’s Nails and Waxing.
Where did she get the glass pitcher?
I was right. The character in the middle distance is about to “make use of” the sheep.
“Please tell me she did not just douche in the middle of my song…”
@Linguist: I humbly bow before your superior usage of “F” words.
Here is another work by this artist.