Photo courtesy of Alexandra Gruszczyk.
Found in Japan.
Life is a riddle.
Round about that illustrious age when you are starting to know all the answers….You are starting to forget what the questions were.
Click on button, to see her clothes fall off.
All the women I have eaten, have been absolutely delightful.
My life is like grapefruit in some ways. It does have a-peel, and I occasionally need to pith.
If life gives you grapefruit, make CDs.
Her husband, Papa-aya, doesn’t think so.
So she is a grapefruit who is dreaming of cake in front of her?
I thought a pint of Dark Bitter, was great.
I know a lot of Chinese people speak Mandarin but I had no idea any Japanese speak Grapefruit!
Life is like a box of grapefruits. You never know whether you’re going to get a rotten one or not.
I’m sure her music must be quite a-peel-ing.
And even melon-ious.
OOPS. Sincere apologies.
Missed yours at 4:20.
In Japan, life is NOT like a box of chocolates…..
@Frank Burns 10:36 am:
You’re right. It’s more like a box of Pocky.
Ow! My eye!
@Pete | 7:07 am: No worries, mate. I wouldn’t pericarp about it.
Ma-aya doesn’t sing, she prays frute.
Sales of this recording failed to blossom.
So I guess it was just sour grape(fruit)s.
Her hubby likes Ma-aya spread on his sausage.
I like an orange
That is actually a great album. Oddly enough that is a knock-off (Everanime), not the official JVC Victor one, so a bit odd it was found in Japan.
The Japanese just has the track listing on it.
Looks more like sour grapes