Posts Tagged ‘appearances’

Blue Mormon, Common Mormon

July 17, 2018

The Common Mormon does not have blue
Whether it’s the UP or UN you view.
The female Common Mormon can pose
An appearance like the Crimson Rose.
But if the UP of the Blue Mormon you view
And look at that pattern of blue
The larger size will make you stare
As this beauty floats through the air.
These differences are, I tell you, true
Between the Mormon, Common and the Mormon, Blue!

Blue Mormon


Common Mormon


Common Mormon female mimicking Crimson Rose


Conversation on the colour of eyes, 080714

July 9, 2014

A: My beautiful brown eyed sweetheart…
K: Nnnyyy, I want blue eyes…
A: But why, you have lovely eyes
K: But everyone pretends they are chocolate and tries to eat them
A: But if you have blue eyes, then people will pretend they are blueberries, and try to eat them too.
K: No, Madison says that blue eyes are water, and no one likes to have water that much, so I want blue eyes.

Here are those eyes, on 150210:

beedool 150210 photo IMG_7914.jpg


September 23, 2008

Recently, I have been looking at a lot of people with dimples, and realize that in my book of beauty, they are a welcome addition…. the wiki entry says they are considered attractive in “some cultures”…in which cultures are they NOT considered attractive, I wonder?

I have always wanted a dimple, and spent a lot of time during my years in school trying to acquire one with the help of a pencil thrust into my cheek and rotated; I didn’t know that I didn’t have the right facial musculature! No dimple resulted from all those persistent attempts….

I gave up the attempt and told myself, in true sour-grapes fashion, “A dimple is an inside-out pimple!” … and restricted myself to looking, with admiration, at those who did have dimples. Both cheeks (er, the facial ones) or one…to me it really does add a great deal to facial beauty.

Dimples, in fact, are considered so much a beauty asset that many girls, particularly in north India, are called by this name. Who can forget Dimple Kapadia’s debut as and in “Bobby” , which had a generation of men drooling over her? (She also had a sister called Simple, but that’s another story. Would anyone fancying the sister be Simple-minded?)

Funnily enough, though, a dimple in the chin (or call it a cleft chin, if you like), which is considered an epitome of manly beauty, has never attracted me at all. However, I have no opinion about dimples on nether cheeks …but of course, dimples on the knuckles, elbows or feet of babies are always beautiful to see!

Dimples are also, apparently, very good for aerodynamics; this entry answers the famous question, “how many dimples on a golf ball?”

Trust science to take all the fun out of dimples by calling them “disambiguation”! 🙂

That was a smiley, but alas, without a dimple in it….!