Monday, 7 April 2008

Une invasion des épouvantails



Comme vous pouvez clairement voir, nous avons des filles très fortes en Australie.
Ils ont les niveaux très élevés du mode et ils aiment les jupes qui sont extrêmement courtes.
On ne doit pas ne jamais mettre une main dans la place incorrecte !
An invasion of scarecrows.
As you can clearly see, we have very strong girls in Australia.
They have very high fashion standards and they like skirts that are extremely short.
But don't get the wrong idea, muck with this girl, and whammo

20 comments:

Calusarus said...

And these girls are not talkative !
Nice group portrait :-)

M.Benaut said...

Ciao, il mio amico, Calusarus,
J'avais pensé que le Français pourrait enseigner une fille à faire n'importe quoi !
Some women are more difficult to teach French than others!

lynn said...

Gosh good heavens you wouldn't want to meet her on a dark night would you. Brr.

lynn said...

Mme i've only just seen your kind comment on my art blog, thank you! I've just posted a different illustration there.

claude said...

Je me demande lequel de ces épouvantails je pourrais mettre dans mon jardin ou au pied de mon cerisier pour écarter les lapins d'une part et les merles d'autre part. C'est un concours ?

J.C. said...

Scarecrows to scare the men away? Hee...heee...

M.Benaut said...

Claude, I have the answer.
I will load the photo that will scare the blackbirds.
I don't think that anything will scare the rabbits.
If you return soon, you will see my new photo.

Claude, j'ai la réponse. Je chargerai la photo qui effrayera les merles. Je ne pense pas que quelque chose effrayera les lapins. Si vous retournez bientôt, vous verrez ma nouvelle photo.

Steffe said...

Oh! The Australian girls are very beautiful!

Dumuro said...
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M.Benaut said...

ACHTUNG !

DO NOT OPEN ANYTHING FROM

N'OUVREZ RIEN DE

dumuro

C'EST UN VIRUS

M.Benaut said...

Steffe,

Naturally, this little girl looks Swedish, but she is FAIR-DINKUM !!

dive said...

That looks very like the women of my village, only prettier.

bitingmidge said...

I'm glad they weren't in swimming costume!
Sunshine Coast Daily

Akinogal said...
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Nathalie said...

bitingmidge, perhaps they are strong swimmers too, these Aussie girls?

Oh m.benaut I so love your humour.This is a great post!

Come on over in Avignon, you'll see a bride and groom leading an unusual march!

Maria said...

I have always enjoyed a woman who can hold her own....

M.Benaut said...

Some folks would pay to see that, Maria !

Jules said...

Gosh your blow-up dolls in South Australia have their own support group.

I guess this was their Fun Day in the Park. What entertainment was there?????

Mme Benaut said...

Jules, these were made by the children from all of the schools in the Adelaide Hills. There is more planned for next weekend but you'll have to wait to see that.

Jilly said...

What a hoot! Love it. I wouldn't need to dress up after a day here with the dogs...