Friday, March 04, 2005


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“Triplets in their bedroom, N.J.” by Diane Arbus, 1963

All good stories start this way, with three blind mice or three little pigs.

There’s also the three-piece suit and the holy trinity, 3-D films, and the three-ring circus that we call life. It was the third day of the third month, and there were three of us. Three’s company? Three’s a crowd? Good things come in threes.


Blogger dystropoppygus said...

I cannot but bow to Sissoula for welcoming Dee to the Dystro-blog in such an eloquent manner. Until our newcomer makes up her mind and chooses an alias non-greeks can read, you are all invited to take shots at guessing who (of the three adorables pictured) is who.

2:18 pm EET  
Blogger Chili said...

Mmmm. Let me guess: It could be Hewy, Lewy and Dewy or the Dalton Brothers or Marx Brothers (all in disguise, of course).

6:27 pm EET  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the Daltons were 4, and the Marxs were 5. So if it's them, it must be some darn good diguise...

9:44 pm EET  
Blogger dystropoppygus said...

Chili adorably manages to be more cryptic than we are. For the record (only) its Huey, Dewey and Louie.

Now, how could we possibly be of assistance?

12:41 am EET  
Blogger vague tourist said...

Και τι λέτε για τον κίνδυνο που ελλοχεύει, να παρεκτραπεί η κατάσταση και να γίνετε και κουαρτέτο;

11:05 pm EET  
Blogger De(e)lumina said...

A, αυτό δε νομίζω οτι παίζει - παίζει dystrop? Μέχρι τρεις είμαστε παρέα, τέσσερις γίνεται σχέση(aka: relationship), δεεεε μπορώ! :-)

5:56 pm EET  
Blogger dystropoppygus said...

One never knows, Dee. Still, another one might.

6:24 pm EET  
Blogger vague tourist said...

Και πάνω από έξι γίνεται... group sex.

8:59 pm EET  

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