It's Art Jim but not as we know it

Posted by: Plastic Demons

It's Art Jim but not as we know it - Wed, 20 Apr 2005 08:56:00

Sand Art

I was so impressed I felt I had to share this with you. smile
Posted by: Lavaocean

Re: It's Art Jim but not as we know it - Wed, 20 Apr 2005 22:10:00

Pffffffffffffffff... and nobody wanting to share it with you, PD?

It is quite impressive, indeed. Although I'm not an art person at all. ha Big news, eh.

How's your day today?

Colombian drug dealer, LOL!
Posted by: Plastic Demons

Re: It's Art Jim but not as we know it - Wed, 20 Apr 2005 23:56:00

Highlight of the day so far has been chatting to one of my friends in Cyprus on the phone, which is always nice. wink

I guess there aren't many 'Arty' types on the forum, or at least not out-spoken ones like myself. :rolleyes:

How's your day been so far?

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Posted by: Plastic Demons

Re: It's Art Jim but not as we know it - Thu, 21 Apr 2005 00:16:00

Musically today I've been re-visiting the Classics, always a pleasant change from Dance music every now and again. excited
Posted by: Lavaocean

Re: It's Art Jim but not as we know it - Thu, 21 Apr 2005 00:20:00

Sorry about forum not being arty enough, m'dear. We have other qualities, I am sure... :rolleyes:

Day? Hmm.. dull, dull.. somehow. I haven't been able to concentrate on the update of the Spanish and English versions of my CV. I should though. Wanna go back to a contracted job in May. Delicate, too, when you have been your own boss for 3 years. We'll see. frown

Today's highlights? Comparable to yours really. Answering e-mails (mainly coming from people of this very forum, curiously enough). confused

Oh, I'm sorry - the highlight of the day will of course be Michael Collins Irish bar at 20.00h. Seems we have made it become a weekly session. <img border="0" title="" alt="[Cool]" src="cool.gif" />

The sand thing was nice, if a little too long. The man with the grey hair seemed quite sexy though... kiss
Posted by: Plastic Demons

Re: It's Art Jim but not as we know it - Thu, 21 Apr 2005 00:34:00

Too long eek

and I thought I had a short span of attention as it takes me three goes just to watch a film. nervouslaugh
Posted by: Lavaocean

Re: It's Art Jim but not as we know it - Thu, 21 Apr 2005 06:33:00

Quote:
Originally posted by Plastic Demons:
Too long eek

and I thought I had a short span of attention as it takes me three goes just to watch a film. nervouslaugh
Really? I can watch 4 films ("lovies") in one go... :-)))
Posted by: Lavaocean

Re: It's Art Jim but not as we know it - Thu, 21 Apr 2005 06:35:00

"movies", sorry
Posted by: Plastic Demons

Re: It's Art Jim but not as we know it - Thu, 21 Apr 2005 07:24:00

I think the fact that until very recently it had been over five years since I watched a film, or any TV for the same period of time. I now have great difficulty in just sitting down and doing nothing, for one and a half or even two hours whilst a film is on. After twenty minutes I usually have to switch it off and do something mentally stimulating instead, I can stretch that to 30 minutes if it's an episode of South Park or Monty Python though. laugh
Posted by: major crisis

Re: It's Art Jim but not as we know it - Wed, 13 Jul 2005 14:09:00

Quote:
Originally posted by Plastic Demons:
Sand Art

I was so impressed I felt I had to share this with you. smile
I love it!
I could almost feel those hands,
feel the touch and the warmth.

Thank you for sharing
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