Can he get take out?
How about ‘no pants’?
And the lady in red says, “It’s this big, honest!”
“Hey, I’m working here!”
“It looks like the lady’s working here.”
“She’s my secretary. See the book and pen?”
“Oh, sorry, I—”
“She’s been taking my dictation…”
He better call for back up…
The next person who interrupts her, is going to see my fist KA-POW!
Wait, if you don’t have a shirt, they won’t give you any shoes?
Click-to-enlarge image can be found here, or at Mr. Melcher’s blog entry.Hercules at the Crossroads (link shows his Wikipedia page, story here) isn’t, as far as I can tell, by its current-location (sometimes on loan here). Two composers put the story to music, described here, and here.A different coloration, click-to-enlarge image can be found here, along with a description and accompanying click-to-enlarge detail image, described here. The other painting mentioned in the description can be found here, along with an accompanying, click-to-enlarge detail image, described here.The artist painted at least 4 versions of this title, which are shown here (Google translated), and here (Google translated).The description, of one of them, says the other figures are Minerva, with putti at her feet, and Venus. The artist’s Wikipedia page and collection (more under Subcategories at each level).So far, 3 works, by this artist, have appeared in Mr. Melcher’s blog.
Hercules exercises an early form of cloaking….that is, the ability to make parts of his body disappear…which he was in the process of demonstrating before being so rudely interupted…
No toga no sandals, no access to the vomitorium.
So no you can’t get in to see the show.
You low-lifes are three months overdue on the rent. I’m outa patience and you are outa here! Be sure to take the brats with you.
Lady:“If you let him stay, I’ll give you this flower and let you cop a feel…”
“Walmarts over there.”
The TSA is going a little overboard w this preflight search honey. What say we take a chariot to your mom’s instead
Hercules’ manhood double being sent to makeup…