ROYSTON VASEY MEMORIES
I was delighted to see this on Ma Chere Ami’s page as it was taken on the occasion of the only triple tie in the history of the Kalipygos  Trophy.  It happened the year the Trophy was opened up to the local villages of Thongsbridge, Upperthong and Netherthong as well as Royston Vasey. The D’Egree triplets, from Netherthong Hall  entered and as you would expect their rears were identical. The Judges did hope to find some slight differences in the mobility section, where the competitors have to rotate their posteriors in time to music, but even superimposing three videos of their rotating rears on the screen failed to differentiate between them. The result was delayed overnight while Master Li made some special measuring devices to find any trace of a difference but there were none even to a thousandth of an inch.It  should be mentioned here that Master Li had to be completely banned from the building while the mobility event was taking place as back when the Butterfield Twins took part as he became over excited in the mobility section, the sight of the twins rear ends gyrating in unison was too much for him and he had to be sedated by Dr Bradbury Winter. Just the THOUGHT of the triplets rear ends in synchronised rotation was enough to require sedation again.The triplets held the trophy jointly and had a successful career round the clubs as The Three D’Egree’s touring with The Fabulous Clogiron Brothers.
Corsets by Kinky Korsets of Holmfirth
Looking at the picture seems ironic they come from Netherthong
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ROYSTON VASEY MEMORIES

I was delighted to see this on Ma Chere Ami’s page as it was taken on the occasion of the only triple tie in the history of the Kalipygos  Trophy.  It happened the year the Trophy was opened up to the local villages of Thongsbridge, Upperthong and Netherthong as well as Royston Vasey. The D’Egree triplets, from Netherthong Hall  entered and as you would expect their rears were identical. The Judges did hope to find some slight differences in the mobility section, where the competitors have to rotate their posteriors in time to music, but even superimposing three videos of their rotating rears on the screen failed to differentiate between them. The result was delayed overnight while Master Li made some special measuring devices to find any trace of a difference but there were none even to a thousandth of an inch.
It  should be mentioned here that Master Li had to be completely banned from the building while the mobility event was taking place as back when the Butterfield Twins took part as he became over excited in the mobility section, the sight of the twins rear ends gyrating in unison was too much for him and he had to be sedated by Dr Bradbury Winter. Just the THOUGHT of the triplets rear ends in synchronised rotation was enough to require sedation again.
The triplets held the trophy jointly and had a successful career round the clubs as The Three D’Egree’s touring with The Fabulous Clogiron Brothers.

Corsets by Kinky Korsets of Holmfirth

Looking at the picture seems ironic they come from Netherthong

From frenchtwist:

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ROYSTON VASEY:- EUROPEAN VILLAGE OF CULTURE 2013
Life Escaping from the series “The Girl and Death” (1902) by August Brömse

In her research on behalf of the village Frenchtwist has found this remarkable picture by the famous Royston Vasey painter August Brömse (Real name Albert Broadbottom).


The supernatural nature of this painting was only seen clearly when Dr Bradbury-Winter realised that back in 1902 Brömse foresaw firstly Kahlia Gibran’s levitation powers (HERE) and secondly the connection of Mrs Hugh-Cry with Annie’s Golden Cobra Slither (HERE)


The horizontal figure is almost certainly myself while testing Master Li’s vertical wind tunnel for Skydivers.(HERE)


The Parish Council wish to place on record their thanks to Frenchtwist for her research.

ROYSTON VASEY:- EUROPEAN VILLAGE OF CULTURE 2013

Life Escaping from the series “The Girl and Death” (1902) by August Brömse

In her research on behalf of the village Frenchtwist has found this remarkable picture by the famous Royston Vasey painter August Brömse (Real name Albert Broadbottom).

The supernatural nature of this painting was only seen clearly when Dr Bradbury-Winter realised that back in 1902 Brömse foresaw firstly Kahlia Gibran’s levitation powers (HERE) and secondly the connection of Mrs Hugh-Cry with Annie’s Golden Cobra Slither (HERE)

The horizontal figure is almost certainly myself while testing Master Li’s vertical wind tunnel for Skydivers.(HERE)

The Parish Council wish to place on record their thanks to Frenchtwist for her research.

Drucilla dearly loved Edgar, her pet Raven, but there were times when his demands were a bit inconvenient. One such was on his Edgar Alan Poe Memorial day when she had to wear her gothest clothes and lie on a tombstone while Edgar delivered "The Raven" in ponderous tones. Drucilla joined in the frequent repetition  of “Nevermore” with deep feeling.  She is working on asking Frenchtwist, who posts as ’ Poe’s Mistress’ to take her place next Memorial Day
 Of course there are Raven ceremonies that Drucilla dreads even more!!

Top pic from HERE
Lower Pic from HERE

Drucilla dearly loved Edgar, her pet Raven, but there were times when his demands were a bit inconvenient. One such was on his Edgar Alan Poe Memorial day when she had to wear her gothest clothes and lie on a tombstone while Edgar delivered "The Raven" in ponderous tones. Drucilla joined in the frequent repetition  of “Nevermore” with deep feeling.  She is working on asking Frenchtwist, who posts as ’ Poe’s Mistress’ to take her place next Memorial Day

 Of course there are Raven ceremonies that Drucilla dreads even more!!

Top pic from HERE

Lower Pic from HERE

frenchtwist
Coming to terms with the rhythms of women’s lives means coming to terms with life itself, accepting the imperatives of the body rather than the imperatives of an artificial, man-made, perhaps transcendentally beautiful civilization.

Margaret Mead, Male and Female (via frenchtwist)

CLOGGY:-  I’m just embroidering a sampler bearing  this very thought. Wish Margaret had used shorter words, running out of embroidery silk.

frenchtwist
Startracks. Spiral nebulae. Craters of the moon. She lets herself fall. She falls into the room of her wants. This room which reveals her.

This room filled with darkness. Where we go into darkness. Where we embrace darkness. Where we lie close to darkness, breathe when darkness breathes and find darkness inside ourselves. The room of the darkness of women. Where we are not afraid.

This room of her wants. Of her desiring. This room of her desiring to live. This place which allows her to exist … this place where she finds her way.

Susan Griffin, Passage from Woman and Nature — The Roaring Inside Her (via frenchtwist)

Old Mrs Bagshaw was saying very much the same thing at the Womens Institute last week, though there was something about iced buns as well. All I can say is that I entirely agree.

frenchtwist
We are not the only ones who have encountered a point of transparency before plunging into the night of our differences and who have come up not caring whether we are male or female…

My frantic individualism is exactly in proportion to all that strives toward the interchangeability of all beings.

Annie Le Brun, Introduction to Lâchez tout, translation by Guy Ducornet (via frenchtwist)

Cloggy:—We were were only saying that in The Mason’s Arms last night.