Jacob, I think you would look great with a manbag like that.I'm not buying the old and tired line. Perhaps oveloaded with too many responsibilities, but not old and tired.
no wonder they dont have their head on their shoulders!
Nice shot. I know people who walk around like this. Don't know how but they do.
un collectionneur special de sacs ;o))
Where can I buy a bodysuit like that? Har.
I can't decide if that's meant to be a woman or a man...
Oops. Both my husband and I are guilty of that. But thankfully, just literal baggage, not figurative. ;) Magiceye's comment made me laugh!
....and the color is all wrong.
Odd and maybe sad---I don't even carry a purse. I always travel light in case I need to make a quick getaway. . MB
Too much baggage but no reason to lose one's head over it.
If you choose clothes with pockets, you can do with one bag ;-)
Maybe she just couldn't make up her mind (probably because she is missing her head)!
How many purses does one person need??
a two-bagger, I think I prefer them to the tea bagger
I haven't live in that many places Jacob... just Germany, France and the US. :)RE the Doors: I will show more details coming up. I'll also show a real ironsides pulled from the Mississippi River in the 1960s after being under water since the Civil War. It's a fascinating display!
And don't know how to dress. Nice shot.
Now imagine Léia here with lots of books and stuffs taking the bus every day! So, I confess that it is not good for my back, the column and that's the reason I'm trying to keep only my dictionary, the notebook,my agenda,+two French books,crayon,the little umbrella,a lipstick and of course my wallet inside the bag! LOLI really don't know if it's working well!Wonderful capture and fabulous title!Léia
Well , if she had arms, legs and a head her life might be a tad easier. :)
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