Friday, 26 February 2010
"The overall image is very organic.. it looks like an ocean critter or plant... from the animal realm all those little lobes remind me of the spines of a blowfish, which is the MOST precious of all japanese sashimi, because parts of the blowfish will KILL YOU, and it takes a skilled sushi chef to give you the tastey parts without killing you... so that brings up the Femme Fatalle concept... you WANT me, you really do, but I'm lethal unless you approach me correctly... and yet I'm lacey, delicate, fragile, vulnerable (the most attractive quality of the feminine)... the duality of vulnerable availability combined with deadly lethality if you don't pet my pussy the right way... A femme fatale is an alluring and seductive woman whose charms ensnare her lovers in bonds of irresistible desire, often leading them into compromising, dangerous, and deadly situations... like eating puffer/blow-fish sushi... you take your life in the hands... or into the hands of your sushi chef... so, that leads to the concept of the puffer/blow-fish... There is an old expression such that "I want to eat fugu, but I don't want to die" in Japan. Since fugu's poison can lead to instantaneous deaths of diners, only licensed cooks are allowed to prepare fugu. You must have special skills and knowledge about fugu to be licensed. Poisonous parts of fugu differ, depending on the kind of fugu. Because of the strict regulations, the number of deaths is decreasing. And taking the sounds of the Japanese "fugu" into English sounds wayyy too much like "f*ck you", which is the ultimate outcome of the female seductress (especially the femme fatalle), where the loving liason may result in the death of the male who consumes her... so In western Japan, fugu is called "fuku," which means "to blow" or "happiness." It's reported that about 40 kinds of blow fish are caught and cultured in Japan and that 10000 tons of blow fish are consumed each year. Shimonoseki-city in Yamaguchi, is known as fugu city and supplies a large amount of fugu... which means we're finding "fugu" or "fuku", as the Japanese naming... whereas Femme Fatalle is clearly French... leading to...
"Fugu Fatalle", not as blatant as "fuku", yet clearly emphasizing the Femme FATALLE aspect..."
Big thanks to Celeste Python for such a inspired words :)
Gown:Fugu Fatalle,Boudoir (New!)
Posted by Vitabela at 20:24
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