Tuesday, July 12, 2016

The Infomaniac Yoga Centre

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Strike a pose, Bitches!

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  1. that dog knows how to get down.

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  2. Ah yes, the "Strangled Crab".

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  3. That's one way to maintain optimal scrotal temperature.

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  4. Mmm, an elderly pretzel practicing Geritantric Yoga.

    Namaste

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  5. Sun salutation!

    Don't forget your sunscreen!

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  6. I sure hope I'll be that spreadable at that age.

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  7. That gives me leg cramps just looking at it. Stomach cramps, too, now that I think about it.

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  8. He hangs left, by a mile.

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  9. Sideward Fart position. They do that in my yoga class. Breath In-Breath Out...

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  10. "Bette Davis we love you!"

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    1. It's a reference to Madonna's signature megahit: Vogue.
      It celebrated the innovative, modern dance style created by drag queens, who would strut & strike a (fashion/photography/modeling) pose & create dance movements. There's a part of the song when Madonna starts name dropping famous, iconic people like:

      They had style, they had grace
      Rita Hayworth gave good face
      Lauren, Katherine, Lana too
      Bette Davis, we love you
      Ladies with an attitude
      Fellows that were in the mood
      Don't just stand there, let's get to it
      Strike a pose, there's nothing to it


      It's probably my fave Madonna song. Still a top ten dance/party song for me.

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    2. Thank you for claryfying Eros. I thought Madonna's songs consist of heavy breathing and deep sighs only, it never appeared to me that there is a text !

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    3. yes darling, thank you for the clarification!

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    4. I cannot name a single song of 'hers' after 2000. How she had the brass neck to complain about Lady Gaga knocking off one of her songs I'll never know.

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  11. Is it yoga, or has he been employed as a sundial?

    And now for something completely different: I've temporarily closed my blog as something weird is going on with a certain number of my recent posts. France seems to be involved somehow (?!?). I'm sure it's nothing to worry about, and a brief respite will be welcome, not least because it's too bloody hot here to think, nevermind blog!

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    1. When I go to your blog IDV, I'm asked to use my google account.
      I do not have a google account.

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    2. Don't worry, Mago. Even if you did have a Google account, you still wouldn't get in (I believe?) despite being on the guest list.
      I've shut up shop for a short while until whatever is happening in France (according to my stats) stops. This probably doesn't make any sense, but I'll try and explain it when I'm back. Until then: Be good!

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    3. Mr. DeVice has shut up shop until what is happening in France (according to his stats) stops.

      What the? Has the Tour de France taken a turn round his garden and up his back passage?

      We shall all stay tuned.

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    4. I am not on Mr Devine's guest list... therefore I am sulking.... and I'm too old to look pretty sulking.... my sulky pout looks like the arse end of a scraggy tom cat these days. Just saying.
      Sx

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    5. I am sure it is the loveliest arse end of a scraggy tom cat that can be found anywhere around, dearest Scarlet.

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    6. Miss Scarlet: Mr. DeVice has closed his blog temporarily, meaning that even though it says "by invitation only" he isn't actually inviting anyone. In other words, closed really does mean closed.

      From my email exchange with him, I understand he'll be back soon.

      I wish I could be back soon too but work and guests are a big distraction at the moment.

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    7. I'm back! (Although something's gone wrong with the "adult content" setting doo-dad, so I've had to turn it off, for now).

      Are you still working your guests, Mistress? Or making guest appearances at work?

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  12. I feel abandoned now. Can we return to the good old knitting-blog-days ?

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    1. LX: I would LOVE to come over but you'll have to give me another day or two. Please save a slice for me.

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  14. I have eaten all the cake :-)
    Sx

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    1. I think there's still some "wreckage" over at mine.

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  15. That man must have cramp by now - he's been in that pose for two weeks... Has The Mistress also been hijacked by the Tour de France? Jx

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    1. She once was hijacked by the Yakuza ...

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  16. She must be getting ready for the annual garden contest.

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    1. She could be some time. After all, there's a big bush to trim!

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  17. Alas, I've missed out on the cake. Yet even cake wasn't enough to lure me from my sick bed. The Mistress has endured a series of painful migraines. She is also tied up with work and entertaining guests throughout the summer. Not to mention the ongoing two month heatwave. Something had to give and apparently, it's cake and blogging. I shall return when the madness subsides.

    Thanks to those of you who asked about my disappearance (the Yakuza was not involved, this time) and thanks to those of you who sent me email greetings.

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    1. Very sorry to learn about the bouts of migraine. Recover, and return wenn Dir danach ist.

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  18. I'm left wondering if he shaves or waxes, such a tricky area.

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