Aesthetics & Etiquette

Whilst these three bushes are aesthetically pleasing, using a chainsaw to transverse section them and or anything slightly on the footpath stems from little if any etiquette.

35 responses to Aesthetics & Etiquette

  1. When growing up the only haircut a boy would be offered at the barber was a ‘short back and sides’ – a cut that was devoid of aesthetics and etiquette…indeed the transverse section haircut by any other name!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Really, that’s incredible. My personal taste lies with The Bowl Cut performed by a bean ever so close to my heart

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Pudding Basin! AHA so so perfect. Hilarious in fact. I did a few years back have myself a pudding basin hair cut, even shorter than, my head felt so light.

      • So you really are Joan of Arc? She had visions you know…these days they would have locked her up yet back then…a heroine! I spent the first 12 years of my life with such a haircut as did my peer group. Life is a strange thing.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        I’m a little bit of everything really. Life truly is strange indeed, with or without heroine!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Ponder away Mike Steeden, preferably on a comfortable chair. There was a time when I also thought I might as well monk it

      • I don’t think I could ever be a monk…I guess the life style must be good for surreal thinking yet suspect it probably turns our ‘weird’ surreal thinking.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        It’s not for everyone. I do enjoy doing not much though, so It seemed the perfect accompaniment to me. The surreal thinking eventually passes, and there’s a whole lot of nothing and everything really

      • Twixt first and second wife I did the celibate thing…I guess when one accepts it, it is not the end of the world…save for sometimes. I believe the insanity of it all helped.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        ‘Only other’- seems a little far fetched, but your supportive comment means a lot Mike, thank you. Ill have a ponder of the recommendation indeely do.

      • Most just take snaps, albeit pretty good ones…yet out there some inspire the imagination. If you haven’t already do look at Lee Miller’s work. ‘Hitler’s Bath’ is something else. Obviously she (what a brave gal being out there on the front line back then) is in the photo in Hitler’s old flat…check out her boots, his picture hanging on the wall…she got her pal to take the shot the day after she was right there in the middle liberating a concentration camp…over used word yet sublime nonetheless!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        I guess it comes down to the person really. For me, it’s first and foremost for myself. I have to satiate my curiosity, push boundaries, feel awkward, connect. The sharing is an after thing.

        But yes, that image you talk about, I know it. It is incredible.

      • An interesting point you make…very positive, very objective, not hindered by self-doubt…fine attributes, mark of a true artist I guess. Keep up the good work

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Your too kind. Words such as these really do make it all feel worth while so thank you, really

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        This is my second life, in this life, and this time I’m doing things differently. I’m not always positive- trust me- I wouldn’t be human otherwise.

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      I wouldn’t have seen what you did there, unless you pointed out ever so clearly what you did there, Hariod. How gorgeous!

      • Thankyou Jessie; that made me cry, and reminded me of Radio Raheem – you know Radio Raheem? Anyway, when I get daft, I usually do it more in this dancerly, prancerly kinda way:

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Made you cry? aw, how come… No I am not familiar with them, but will make myself acquainted eventually sometime this morning. That dance was exquisite, yet her camel toe kept distracting!

  2. I think the bushes look sore *ouch*. Like three green brains sliced in half to show the twiggy innards – the stick snakes within. Are they not more saggitaly slices than transverse though? The top would have been sliced off for transverse, or so the diagram seems to be saying.

    I’m enjoying the variety of comments on your world from interesting folks within the blogoshphere. It reminds me of home on the Cloud – *laughs a lot*.

    – she who resides upon a full Cloud

    • “Are they not more saggittaly slices than transverse though?”

      Oooh – get you! * holds his man-bag up to his chin * [Open goal alert]

      “blogoshphere” – another pint of Doombar for the sagittal slicer please landlord!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Personally I was unsure as to what way they would be sliced, and went with transverse because the word fitted with the other words more lovely like. Yes, my aesthetic loving eyeballs – which have now been tested for new glasses (finally), and been told they have Astigmatism-chose looks over correctness. I’m glad you didn’t take my word for it!

      Thank you for enjoying the comments!

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