Clotho will change your mind about cloth.
Photo courtesy of Anna Oreskovich.
Found in Saga, Japan.
Something to strap on perhaps
Its just a little pocket
All well and good for randy, but what about the rest of us guys?
♫ We’re some of them whore’s who never wears draws,
But the answer would fill you with boredom,
At a shilling a day, in the women’s factoraaayy,
We truly cannot afford ‘m. 🎝
Song: Ted Egan.
Singer: Margaret Roadnight.
Business class gets a towel-o.
In Greek mythology, Clotho was the youngest of the three Sisters of Fate and the spinner of the Threads of Fate, often referred to as the Threads of Life. She is often depicted as a young maiden. In Roman Mythology, Her name is Nona.
“Thank you sir. It has been a business doing pleasure with you.”
Ah I wee the connection: Clotho by Hilary Thomas Clotho, a goddess from Greek mythology, is the youngest of the three Fates, but one of the oldest goddesses in Greek mythology. She is a daughter of Zeus and Themis. Each fate has a certain job, whether it be measuring thread, spinning it on a spindle, or cutting the thread at the right length. Clotho is the spinner, and she spins the thread of human life with her distaff. The length of the string will determine how long a certain person’s life will be. She is also known to be the… Read more »
Edit: see the connection.
“Are you randy, or do you have a bottle of Scotch in your pocket? If so; How’sabaout a drink.
Q. Do you know how to tell whether a man is a gentleman?
A. A gentleman, takes his weight on his elbows.
Enter pleasing, or you will soon be weaving.
Clotho is a myth. A randy gentleman is a mythter.
– Meat to please you, Sir.
Clotho & Suckho, Inc.
Business Conditions: Ba…d?
@Marum-In Norse mythology, their equivalent of the three Fates also spin thread for the same purpose, and are evidently not under control of the other gods. Indeed, the Norse gods are considered mortal, as is the world. Think of Rangarok, which is the fated end of the world.
When a ho is clot, you need something to open it. Gentlemen, please proceed with your instrument.
The name choice puzzles me. Wouldn’t most Japanese have a problem pronouncing “Clotho”?
@Big Fat Cat | 11:07 am: The mind boggles!
“Brace yersel’, lassie; bagpipes comin’ through! 😛
@Seventy2rd o clock | 5:41 am: Pretty close. I believe it actually says “Bar and Dining”.
@Long Tom 0729hrs.
Unlike the Greek, and to lesser extent the Roman, my knowledge of Norse Mythology is sketchy. I’m Odin up to it. In fact, no one could claim I’m Vanir about it.