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Anjou'calvaries...

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messaline

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Messaline wants to show you some calvaries of her country : in front of each of them, she's dreaming and imagining that she's tied to them...
See and have fantasy ...
:)


Anjou 1.JPG
On the right, you can go down to the river Loire.......................In the background, some vines: it's Anjou !
This one is nearer from her home...Messa loves the roses and if, during some vacations, you meet her, please let a little bunch....:rolleyes:

Anjou 2.JPG
 
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admihoek

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Messaline wants to show you some calvaries of her country : in front of each of them, she's dreaming and imagining that she's tied to them...
See and have fantasy ...
:)

On the right, you can go down to the river Loire.......................In the background, some vines: it's Anjou !
This one is nearer from her home...Messa loves the roses and if, during some vacations, you meet her, please let a little bunch....:rolleyes:

please let a little bunch. No my dear only a big oneflower1 orflower3:goodjob: good my little one.................. ooooooohhh no that''s the other blond at the other side of the pond.
 
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Good to see these coming to Cruxforums. Brilliant work Messa and I am sure you have stimulated many an imagination :)

To echo Admi bravo flower1flower3:goodjob::bdsm-heart::bdsm-heart::bdsm-heart:
 

admihoek

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Barbaria1

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Oh Mssa!!! These are great. Love them! flower3
 

admihoek

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horseraces in the Anjoufield?
 

Barbaria1

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This could go on and on....I know there are so many of these calvary shrines in the south of France. Thanks Messa.
 
horseraces in the Anjoufield?

Might it be that in times past French farmers would race their prime ponies against each other wagering the lives and possibly virtues of their surplus daughters on the outcome? The daughter of the loser would find herself up upon the cross...of course such is French pride that no man would willingly lose such a tournament even motivated by the thought of not having to find the extra dory...well probably not ;)
 

Barbaria1

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Might it be that in times past French farmers would race their prime ponies against each other wagering the lives and possibly virtues of their surplus daughters on the outcome? The daughter of the loser would find herself up upon the cross...of course such is French pride that no man would willingly lose such a tournament even motivated by the thought of not having to find the extra dory...well probably not ;)

Sounds like the basic ingredients for a good historical short story RR. Maybe you are on to something good here?
 

LittleSiss

Sorceress
I have a question.
It seems only to happen with Messa's posts when I'm on my I-phone but Pics either don't show or are so small, I can hardly see them.
On my computer they show up normally ... only mention it because it's so limited.
Has anyone else had this problem?
:confused:
 

Barbaria1

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I have a question.
It seems only to happen with Messa's posts when I'm on my I-phone but Pics either don't show or are so small, I can hardly see them.
On my computer they show up normally ... only mention it because it's so limited.
Has anyone else had this problem?
:confused:

I tested it....they dont work on my iphone, but are fine on my ipad. Anyone know what the iphone issue could be?
 

Eulalia

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just been checking out La Pointe, looks a very nice restaurant,
I think I'll go for le pigeon d'anjou roti, followed by le cremet d'anjou & coulis passion,
that sounds just right before a nice crucifixion!
What wine do you recommend for my last supper, Messa?​
 

admihoek

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just been checking out La Pointe, looks a very nice restaurant,
I think I'll go for le pigeon d'anjou roti, followed by le cremet d'anjou & coulis passion,
that sounds just right before a nice crucifixion!
What wine do you recommend for my last supper, Messa?​
I would recommend altar or sacramental wine
but we will have first Messa's agreement for messing her thread:D
 

messaline

Crucified Amazon
just been checking out La Pointe, looks a very nice restaurant,
I think I'll go for le pigeon d'anjou roti, followed by le cremet d'anjou & coulis passion,
that sounds just right before a nice crucifixion!
What wine do you recommend for my last supper, Messa?​

For "le pigeon", a good "Anjou Rouge" and for dessert a " Cabernet Rosé" or a " Coteaux du Layon"...with moderation !:D
But Messa is " On the road again" ...
Anjou 6.jpg
:)
 
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