Grab your gun and bring in the cat.
From a media student-y perspective, isn't it all supposed to be how a text is decoded rather than encoded? I 'decode' that Linda looks a little cheesed off.
Nah, she just missed out on a bacon sarnie ;)
Well, missing out on a bacon sarnie would certainly cheese me off :P
What is a bacon sarnie?Where were you when you took this shot?
I don't do many portraits, I should. But I don't feel comfortable moving people around. Anyway, nice shot. I can understand the look if it's non-bacon-sarnie related.
Duke - a sarnie is a slang term for a sandwich. A bacon sarnie is often classed as breakfast food. Usually acquired from a "Greasy Spoon" (another term for cafe).Steve, cheers for the kind words. You should do more portrait work :)
Duke - the shot was taken during the Memorabilia collector's fair at the National Exhibition Centre. It was quite a cool day full of movie and comic book goodies.
Thanks for the info.. I didn't know that the term "greasy spoon" was also used in the U.K.. Now when you talk of bacon, are you refering to what we yanks think of as bacon, or the type of ham slices we call "Canadian bacon"? Once when I ordered a sandwich in London that was to have "bacon" on it, it came with ham.Is a bacon sarnie that same thing as a "bacon butty"? And are either of those the same thing as a BLT (bacon, lettuce, & tomato) sandwich is in the U.S.?
UK bacon buttys (or bacon sarnies) are often made with streaky or back bacon, grilled or lightly fried.I am not sure what kind of bacon "canadian" is but our type is here:http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v157/llew5/bacon_sarnie.jpgBLT is way too healthy but I always have one in NYC on my first morning for breakfast :)
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