Доброе утроGood news. I will make several, all originals no copies, until I'm tired of doodling. First one is for you and it's ready to go!
How can burnt crumbs get on the bottom of a frying pan? Isn't that the part that goes on the burner? Maybe I have been doing it all wrong all these years.I think it would be better to paint the frying pan and send it in the mail. (With the burnt crumbs.)
Oh trust me, crumbs of affection are sticky and tenacious. Painting over them is a good idea though. I once did get a painted frying pan in the mailbox :-)) I don't know if it contained burnt crumbs, it's back at my parents' place. I might asked them to smell it.
Now take Mr. Crawfish in your handHe's gonna look good in your frying panIf you fry him crisp or you boil him rightHe'll be sweeter than sugar
As someone would say, is this a metaphor? :-))Well I went to the bayou just last nightThere was no moon but the stars were brightPut a big long hook on a big long poleAnd I pulled mr. Crawfish out of his hole
Remember the scissor symbolism in Kenneth Brannagh's auteur-flick "Dead Again"?
I haven't seen that movie. When you wrote Kenneth Branagh I thought Ben Kingsley. For some reason these two are always mixed up in my mind. Why, no idea. Do they look alike? Not really...
Branagh is the hairy headed one, Kingsley has a hairy body. It's a great flick. Stylized out the wazoo!
Branagh is the hairy headed one, Kingsley has a hairy body. I'm laughing so hard my (hairless) ribcage is hurting. Now I will NEVER mix them up again for sure :-))
Gee I'm still laughing. I knew your description was spot on but I just HAD to google them again and see. Mort de rire...