Another post inspired by my vacation: Metz and I toured the Morgan Library & Museum, which gave me fuel for the cheezburger recipe post as well as this one. I bought a journal from the gift shop just so we could take LolNotes (much to the embarressment of our companion Metsie), so there may be future posts influenced by the trip.
I feel compelled to add that, though the subject matter of the tapestry doesn’t seem religious, there are definite allusions to Jebus and purity as well as mythology.
6 thoughts on “That’ll cost you extra.”
And do you think you can do something about this tail of mine? It’s just so “flyaway” I can’t do a thing with it in the wintertime ya know? Danged static!
For show horses and competition horses, they often wrap their tails. It looks like they have pretty ribbons in their hair.
Waitaminnit! Teh lolicorn has cloven hooves? WTF?
that’s okay, it just means that the Jewish folks can’t eat him. should be a big relief!
That’s wrong: it’s kosher if it has cloven hooves and chews cud. (Do unicorns chew cud?)
My Little Unicorn: Purity is Overrated.