Same same but different


33 responses to Same same but different

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      A wallet, and two women in semi- hiding position. I took several photos half way through eating my cake, directly in front of them. This one was the most -not covering their entire faces from my snapping. I really should have waited till after I had finished my cake, there was an evident awkwardness drifting around thereafter.

  1. Presumably the lady on the right in the rather fetching green (? I’m a tad colour blind; G is 100% colour blind) matching the bin above is ‘Eco Woman – Saviour of the Planet’? Clever how she turns herself into a bin when duty calls…what’s her chum called and, importantly has she a second set of light sensitive eyes atop her bonce?

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Gee, my images must look shit to you then!

      Yes, the ladies seemed clever enough, especially to hide from me. I was hoping at least one of them was aged 73. If bins went on holiday to hawaii, this would be what they would looked like- my initial reaction to the scene.

      • They certainly don’t look shit! Pics should provoke thought; tell a tale; spark a fiction and your do just that…anyone can snap a primrose…even me on a god day. Interesting though…I mean the bins getting dressed up to go on holiday when I had always thought of skip type bins as male whereas those found in a park are a tad more female…you see ‘thought provoking’ I rest my case!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Anyone can snap a primrose. Hilarious.

        I’m glad someone ponders those same things as I do!

      • If the truth be told the wild primrose is my favourite flower so I owe it an apology. The ugly leaf’s combined with the sweetest flower…only the red poppy in clusters comes close.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        How beautiful, I love flowers. I also love carrot tops!

      • Wonderful stuff…very pretty gals also! Odd thing is listening to that this one for bizarre reasons enter my head…obscure I know;

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Laughing so hard. Small people help balance out the obesity epidemic !

  2. We all end up as beaten-up dumpsters – is that what you call them there in Oz Jessie? – full of recyclable waste products. Better that than dying young and beautiful though – not that I ever had that option myself! H ❤

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Yeah, dumpsters. We even have people called ‘Dumpster Divers’ who actually collect all the wasted -still good- food thrown out by many large food chains. Personally I have not dumpster diven? for such means, yet I have jumped in a dumpster for no other reason than just to try it out. Some of the dumpster divers I have come across, gifted me-still good, off the rack- clothes, actual clothes, that shops just throw out. A crazy world.

      We all end up as beaten-up dumpsters- full of treasures!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Yes, yes. Bin by day, human by night. Although the chocolate shop this was taken in, was actually in day, yet they have all dimmed lighting. I like it because of this, and it makes me feel I am eating chocolate with the moon.

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Thank you Bert, and sorry for mistaking your name for the humble beetroot. I tend to somehow relate almost everything back to a vegetable/fruit somehow, a horrendous habit of mine!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Mine is a Halloween – but only at head 🙂

      • yours has two ‘l’
        must be another season
        bert@lx12 ~ $ ddate
        Today is Sweetmorn, the 44th day of The Aftermath in the YOLD 3181

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Has your head turned back since Halloween or is this just fluent beetroot Bert- as I have no idea what you are on about?

      • oh god .. i’m wearing the wrong head, yet again.
        there we go …
        Sorry, happens all the time.
        I suppose I’m back to ‘normal’ right now.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Glad to have you back, the staining properties of such root vegetable can do funny things. A purple haze perhaps. Where do you hail from Bert? Hopefully not the ground

      • brussels (BE) — we have ground, yes, i just went to look out the window, but we usually don’t hail from it. In fact I haven’t hailed in a very long time. (i didn’t hear that expression before but it sounds .. medieval …)
        … and you, where’re you from?

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