LOL. Opposites don't attract!
Hee hee...at least Roland has that fancy poncho going for him because, quite honestly, he's really not "all that"!
A modern take on an age-old theme - this made me laugh :-)
they can still be friends, don't they?
How fun! Loved it :)
Very good .. LOL :o)
And never the twain shall meet! LOL :)
LOL. I hope there's still a chance to work it out.
Very creative! I guess style does matter.
Romeo and Juliet redux, Very nice!
Oh, great one, Nessa! The modern Romeo and Juliet! Nope, probably never work, opposites may attract, but not for long! Have a great week!Sylvia
Sometimes it can never work out.
My husband would disagree. He says if you're both alike, one of you is unnecessary. He should know, being married to his exact opposite for 35 years!
That made me grin! Oh to be cursed with a dull poncho. Life can be so cruel.Have a wonderful week!
ah but its what is under the poncho that matters you know...smiles.
So love didn't conquer all this time, I guess. I like your unique take on this week's pic!
Good one, Nessa. Leave it to the writer to put these characters in.I hope Jules instigated this split. I would hate for her to lose her donkey...
Life can be like this sometimes!
Thanks for the the giggle Nessa, I need to get writing but I've gotten out of my pattern. ~ Calico Contemplations
I loved it! Probably not going to be a happy couple. LOL.
Even if they had thought it would work, their families would likely have interfered! Loved your modern take on this...Have a great week. Cheers.
very creative Nessa I had to chuckle when I saw the Romeo and Juliet tags very cute take on it!
two ships (or Burros) that passed in the night.
Everyone keeps picking on the poor cape man's clothes-LOL! Funny...
Too bad fashion differences got in the way.
sometimes opposites attract ~ even though Jules and Roland are poles apart as long as there's cacti in sight their joined at the heart ~ shame they have to live out their days in the desert :) although perhaps the odd cacti in a plantpot would suffice ~ only time could tell :) Oh dear!!have a great weekLib
Got a little Broke Back goin' on?:)
I can truly say this is the first time I have heard of a poncho being described as dazzling. Love it!
How it goes and goes and goes again. Well written.
oh that's too bad, they would have been so happy together...
If they really cared they would have tried harder.
Tsk. We make such fine lines of distinction.
Clothes maketh the man.
The dazzling poncho was so off-putting that never the twain shall meet. Quite a lesson in superficiality and very cleverly rendered!:)
This made me laugh. Love it.