Francola Bertoni image.
The Italian man bickered away. With his arms waving, and gabbering, the English man barely got a word in edgeways. Continue
"FRANCOLA BERTONI, PRAY, PAUSE ONE MOMENT!" screamed the English…
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on December 20, 2011 at 4:30pm —
As I'm sure you're aware of, the word "disabled" means having a condition that stops a person from joining in on everyday activities. The issue with being disabled is that people who are disabled would be able to not be so if it weren't for society's inability to cater for everyone's needs.
Lets go back to a much older time, like, really far back when people were really short and labeled any kind of mental condition as a local idiot or slammed them into an insane asylum. As… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on June 24, 2011 at 3:08pm —
Well, I once mentioned my little idea about the MoR (Ministry of Revolution) and my wants to become a more notable figure (who doesn't?). These little ideas (which are actually rather big) will be something to work on in the apparent "hiatus" of the illustrious and illusive Doctor Phineas Waldolf Steel. He has been away for a while, the last ever heard from him (as far as I am aware) was his message to his Toy Soldiers declaring his gathering of funds and working on a brand spanking new… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on June 12, 2011 at 8:56am —
Ignorant people make me grumpy.
Close-minded people make me cross.
If the world needs such stupidity,
I guess I'm at a loss
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on April 29, 2011 at 5:30pm —
Blackness, night time, darkness, no light, inky abyss, god forsaken, pitch black, emptiness.
So many ways describe a place without light, and they always seem to be negative.
Why do we think the darkness as a negative thing? Is it because we can't see what's going on? Is it because we are aware that we do not know what could happen?
When it comes to being in the dark what we seem to be most afraid of is being attacked, being vulnerable. We think up all the… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on April 24, 2011 at 8:19am —
With a little bruising
and a hoppity skip behind the trees,
I shall evade you,
and you shan't get me!
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on April 22, 2011 at 10:33am —
A little ditty on leggings and how...interesting they are.
Oh! Leggings are tight, and look quite nice. If they were tighter, I'm sure it be nicer, to see a young bloke, a'flunkin' his junk; and I'm sure all the wenches would be quite charmed; Wherest their boyish companions are surely alarmed!
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on April 21, 2011 at 2:57pm —
Her Ladyship decided to away to Cornwall. She may return on the Wednesday~ updates shall ensue!
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on April 18, 2011 at 5:34am —
My friend showed me this video/song on youtube, and it is really...very cool. Hehe.
"Whipped Cream" by Ludo
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on February 7, 2011 at 3:02pm —
Educationover the years has been quite revolutionary, everyone is (most certainly where I live) a right for everyone, and everyone gets it, but with time, this now revolutionary educational system, where you 'must' attend school, has become very set. Continue
A large community where everyone goes, some schools everyone can afford, others are exclusive for the money bag holders. The problem is, some people just can't learn in these kind of environments such as myself. It's all very well…
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on January 29, 2011 at 3:30am —
Ok, so I've recently had a mass...something...of drawing PEOPLE THAT
AREN'T ME. Well, I say they aren't me, they're actually my
anthropomorphised characteristics. No they are not alter-egos, they are
me in a way, but singular bits of me. Ooh! I know! They're more like a
split personality made into characters. Except that I don't have split
personality problems...I do however enjoy exploring myself and
forming...physical things, so to speak. So these anthro… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on January 3, 2011 at 12:59pm —
I, Lady Bess Eccentric, have plans for the future; most people do, but these are quite life changing sort of plans. You see, I will be founder of The Ministry of Revolution.
It is an initiative, founded by LBE, in order to help the world become a better place and to achieve it's true goal: giving independence and helping people be able to do what they want to do.
Anyone, any place can be part of the MoR, there are the members to it, and there is the founder to it. It is entirely… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on October 28, 2010 at 10:00am —
If you're familiar with MSN or Hotmail then you'll know the news today bit. I find myself strangely drawn to particular articles when they have top something or other, like their top 20 world's most obscure cars.
They most certainly are obscure. Though some are really rather awesome.1 of 20 - Top 20 World's Most Obscure Cars
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on October 26, 2010 at 8:31am —
As a child, I had a fantastic imagination. There is no denying it, not even my family or friends can deny such a thing. It is something I've had and always will have. My mind is my most powerful tool and I have strengthened it and exercised it, gave it inspiration and meditation, it is very powerful. (Cue maniacal laughter) Though due to the amount of insanity, it's ignored. Eh...
Now then, as a child I always found adults incredibly dull. Who doesn't? So that was why I often sought to… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on October 19, 2010 at 12:00pm —
Musing, musing, musing, musing, musing...
Yes, I do like that word, lots of historical background to it etc. museum for example comes from the Muses, and was in fact a temple in accordance to their specialties blah blah blah.
What I have been musing "on" though is another story, what with a mysterious package yet to arrive and my vague ideas of what it might be, my excitement has been geared up, and my thoughts revolving around music. Or rather, everything music, except the… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on October 14, 2010 at 12:00pm —
This song is as about as random as I am. Badger badger badger badger badger badger.
Don't know why it's so popular. Hehe.
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on October 11, 2010 at 8:11am —
I have just got back home after making a special visit to one of the Scientology "Churches". I was greeted warmly and led me inside to be brainwashed, however I did the old lose your guide maneuver on them and asked them if I could pop by the toilets.
Having lost them, I made my way to the mind-control rooms whilst having before hand hacked their cameras and placed stills in front of each camera so they would not be able to detect me.
There were a good few rooms, however I found… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on October 8, 2010 at 3:05pm —
I've been thinking very very carefully about vehicles, cars in particle. Reason why? I'm at that age where yourself and all your fellows start getting drivers licenses and learning to drive. To be honest, I'm not that fussed about learning to drive the damn thing because it involves money that I don't have, but the vehicles themselves...that's a different story!
As a designer I find vehicles as much as clothing or accessories very fascinating in terms of appearance and functionality.… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on October 6, 2010 at 12:27pm —
Have you ever been on holiday somewhere nice? Some place exotic or warm, or some place outside of your own country? Have you ever been on a plane?
I wasn't so privileged to be able to go to gloriously fantastic places for holidays, in fact I rarely even left the Southern part of my country. I once went to France via the Euro tunnel, however it was the very edge of France, it was horridly wet and snowy and mushy and thick clouds blanketing the skies just like in my own country. We didn't… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on October 3, 2010 at 8:59am —
Have you ever sat in a car and looked out the window?
Most people I know do not.
All they see is speeding landscape through the window screen of transport, like some great telly. Whereas I, all I ever do is look out the window, gaze at the natural pieces of our world, marveling at their eagerness to bask in the sun despite being choked by cement and tarmac.
Do you consider yourself part of this world? The spinning rock we call Earth?
Despite being a dreamer, a fantasist,… Continue
Added by Lady Bess Eccentric on October 1, 2010 at 10:48am —