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Juliet's breasts are getting disfigured 'from too much touching'
10-17-2013, 01:59 AM #16
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Actually...there is such a statue, but it's not Romeo. But in Europe of course chuckle.gif

Quote:Victor Noir was buried in another cemetery, but was later (1891, following the fall of the Third Republic and the Franco-Prussian war) disinterred and reburied in Père-Lachaise, honored with yet another life-sized statue (the French like life-sized statues). The sculpture, by Jules Dalou, depicts Noir as he fell, flat on his back, top hat next to his right hand. (And no weapon of any kind visible.)

Now, for some reason, perhaps because the statue is SO lifelike, and Noir was said to be something of a roué, the urban legend arose that rubbing Noir's rather prominent (but discreetly covered) private parts would cause the infertile to become fecund. In addition, placing a flower in the top hat and kissing his lips would add to the mojo.

http://parisplay.squarespace.com/journal...-luck.html

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10-17-2013, 04:22 AM #17
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(10-17-2013, 01:41 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  Is there a romeo statue thats falling limp? or getting hard? or has some nympho already broken it off and taken it home for personal usage?

Actually it would just be getting shorter, smaller and less impressive.
10-17-2013, 01:30 PM #18
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(10-17-2013, 01:59 AM)Octo Wrote:  Actually...there is such a statue, but it's not Romeo. But in Europe of course chuckle.gif

Quote:Victor Noir was buried in another cemetery, but was later (1891, following the fall of the Third Republic and the Franco-Prussian war) disinterred and reburied in Père-Lachaise, honored with yet another life-sized statue (the French like life-sized statues). The sculpture, by Jules Dalou, depicts Noir as he fell, flat on his back, top hat next to his right hand. (And no weapon of any kind visible.)

Now, for some reason, perhaps because the statue is SO lifelike, and Noir was said to be something of a roué, the urban legend arose that rubbing Noir's rather prominent (but discreetly covered) private parts would cause the infertile to become fecund. In addition, placing a flower in the top hat and kissing his lips would add to the mojo.

http://parisplay.squarespace.com/journal...-luck.html

İmage

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If there were male and female statues with full frontal nudity on open public display here in puritan new england there would be pilgrims marching up and down the street screaming for someones head...

But you wont see and hear those maniacal protesters saying a damn word about their children being sent far away from home to be maimed and crippled and killed in oil wars...

Un f###en believable...



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