Customized Kelly...tragedy or masterpiece?

rainrowan

where's my bag?!
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Apr 25, 2006
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As a form of conceptual art, I really, really like it.

It appears almost as if the bag was a thorned rose, it's so enticing and yet elusive. One wants to covet it and fondle it, but the thorned rose won't allow access so easily without some degree of exquisite pain and/or sacrifice.

Doesn't it sound familiar to what we (would) all do for that elusive Kelly of our dreams??? i.e. waiting for it, coveting it, saving for it, missing it, compromising other bags for it?? It can be pure torture...
 

Grands Fonds

Alive and Kicking
May 29, 2006
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^ I'm with you, RR, I actually don't mind it (not to walk around the streets holding my corn, but as a work of conceptual art).
 

rainrowan

where's my bag?!
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Apr 25, 2006
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^ I'm with you, RR, I actually don't mind it (not to walk around the streets holding my corn, but as a work of conceptual art).
I'm not surprised, GF. You certainly have a droll way with your visual antics (including avatars). Love them!
 

HiHeels

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Apr 8, 2006
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i am a fan of the label Undercover, so i kept an open mind before i opened the link. i wasn't entirely prepared but i don't disapprove. it's distinctive and it was certainly done with a clear intention/vision/approach. i'd carry that - it would look fierce (in so many ways) with just the top handle hanging on your arm, ladylike.