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  • Fr*gs F*cking and F*ghting Several pairs of frogs are mating in a patch of spawn, but a lone male is disturbing the connubial bliss, unhappy that he's missing out on the action. Filmed 10 April 2010, on an artificial pond made just last year in the rural area of Kilbryde, near Dunblane, central Scotland, using my new Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR. My first nature film.
  • Luther & Joni's Malta Trip.wmv I hope you enjoy this little video slide show of our recent trip to Malta -- a beautiful island smack dab in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea -- just SW of Sicily. It turned out to be a unexpectedly wonderful experience that we just serendipitously chose as the place to celebrate our 49th year of connubial combat/wedded bliss. Luther
  • The DADUKOS - APPASSIONETTA I've never so resented my inability to effectively express myself than when I see a girl to whom I might willingly -- AND WITH COURTSHIP AFORETHOUGHT -- devote all affectionetta, all appassionetta in pursuit of that everlasting connubial kinship and the consequential everlasting acquiescence of the larger portion of the bed quilt. "Appassionetta" is "Passion," but feeble in the arts of seduction, fumbling in the course of interrelated procreative parallel union activity. It is to the softer *** that I dedicate, that I consecrate, this approximation of a song. HOW THE HELL DO YOU PUT UP WITH US?
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  • The Perfect Bridal Hair: Weddings at HairRx While the major connubial keystones are the dress and the shoes (not always in that order), the hair is not an accessory it is a necessity. While your Aunt may be sooo excited to do yours, this might be one day you should leave to us, shell understand. These are pictures of actual clients, starting the amazing day with a great start. You can see everything we have to offer at . We have several different packages available, but no matter what; with at least four bridesmaids getting services at HairRx the bride is always free. * We also offer bridal parties where you can rent out the entire salon for just you and the gals. Or, if you wish, we can send one of our certified stylists directly to you for an all inclusive hair and make-up package for the whole party, starting at just $100 an hour. ** Every Bridal party receives: Free pictures from our in-house photographer Complimentary appetizers A complimentary bottle of champagne. All parties can be made to suit exactly what you are looking for to make the perfect day even better. Our discounted group packages are also perfect for quinceañeras, proms, homecomings or just a girls retreat. Servicing Aurora, Parker and the Denver Metro Area for over seven years in the art of style, hair coloring and hair extensions. Low-lights, highlights, a designer haircut or a complete image makeover; if you can think it, our award-winning stylists can create it.
  • 30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia (1968) Opening title sequence In his first starring role minus his longtime partner Peter Cook, Dudley Moore plays a 29-year-old who goes through an identity crisis when approaching the "three-oh" mark. He wants to be a successful Broadway composer before reaching 30 and also wants to be happily married. Unfortunately, he's so busy as a night-club musician that he hasn't any time to realize his goals. Enter ***y Suzy Kendall (Mrs. Moore at the time), who inspires Dudley to reinvigorate his quest for success and connubial bliss. 30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia delivers a satisfactory quota of laughs and sixties "mod" camera trickery.
  • SoCal LEXUS GAUNTLET School rivalry tempers connubial bliss.
  • Kyle & Oliver Part 109 From "Connubial Blitz," which aired October 21st, 2009.
  • Circassian Wedding Song: "We are ushering in the bride!" [«НЫСЭ КЪЫДОШЭ!»] Circassian Wedding Song: "We are ushering in the bride!" [«НЫСЭ КЪЫДОШЭ!»; ("Nise qidoshe!")] Sung by Vladimir Bereghwn (Baragunov) in the Kabardian dialect of Circassian. Translated by Amjad Jaimoukha and produced by Sanjalay Jaimoukha. The help of Tama Balqar is acknowledged. Marriage and the associated traditions and festivities (дауэ-дапщэ) were the most intricate and enjoyable social affairs. A large corpus of rites, ceremonies, songs and dances had evolved to make this a microcosm of the Circassian way of life. Some aspects of this elaborate affair have been preserved, but the pomp and ceremony have diminished considerably. Celebrations and festivals, which occupied central stage in Circassian social life, had uncanny similarities regardless of the occasion. Nuptial festivals, burials, memorials, religious rites, homecomings of foster-children, Circassian New Year, harvest fests, all had points of commonality: dancing, singing, feasting, games. These activities blended with particular rites associated with each affair. When the wedding procession arrived at the gate of the house of the bridegroom's father, songs were sung signalling her blessed arrival to her new home and toasting her and the bridegroom. This stately chant well represents this genre of connubial chants. Once inside the yard, the new bride was ceremoniously posed surrounded by her attendants. The ceremony of "removing the veil" was then conducted. One of the masters of ceremonies (хьэтиякIуэ ...
  • Within her Budding Grove: Super Amanda Even within a budding grove of connubial bliss there are some who are unfulfilled. Super Amanda might be singing happily in a dreamy lush green meadow but what is she really trying to say? Here is a rare look into the female psyche to figure out what some women are really thinking! A big kiss to the beautiful Lorna Maitland. (Filmed on location in the pastoral setting of Dixon, California)
  • Tokyo Tool Time Anyway, this place is meant for the younger generation.
  • Echoes of Ferrara I. Aglaea (Beauty) The title of this three movement work by composer Geoffrey Gordon refers to the town of Ferrara, Italy, a home and haven to the arts during the reign of Duke Borso dEste, for whom Francesco del Cossa (c.1435-c.1476), painted a series of frescoes for his Palazzo Schifanoia, circa 1469-1470. Specifically, inspiration for this work is drawn from the panel for April (del Cosso created an astonishing cycle of twelve calendrical frescoes, the Cycle of the Months, only partially preserved today), featuring the mythical Three Graces--whose names comprise the movement titles--amid an array of lovers in varying stages of entangled indulgence. For his part, the Duke cultivated instrumental music to a degree hardly surpassed elsewhere in early Renaissance Italy, and this, too, is reflected in the April fresco, where the atmosphere of sweet connubial bliss is enhanced by symbols of harmony and aural concord: lutes and recorders in the hands of misty-eyed maidens. (The message here is intentionally transparent, with the rounded resonator of the lute implying anticipated pregnancy, and the recorder a well-known--in Italy in 1470, at any rate--phallic symbol.) This work, in response, blends fragments of music from Ferrara, or what might reasonably be assumed to be music of this time and place, into a contemporary texture of modern rhythms and harmonies. Josquin and Ockeghem are prominently featured, with the third movement consisting almost entirely of references to the Omnium bonorum ...
  • Jess and Nancy Askew's 50th Wedding Anniversary Williamsburg, VA Oct 2008 Jess Lee Askew and Nancy Brummett Askew dancing in celebration of 50 years of "connubial bliss".
  • Zombie Pirates in Love Zombie portraits from Y!PP set to "Zombie Pirates in Love" by Tom Smith. I own nothing of this and make no money from it. Lyrics: You've heard of Captain Blackbeard, How he had a dozen wives, Well, we've got something more weird, And it's surely changed our lives. You may not think us gentle or kind, But we're all gallant swains, We admire a lady for her mind, Or more precisely her BRAINZ! Zombie pirates in love, yo ho! Zombie pirates in love, We used to be normal buccaneers Till those lights came from above, Our ship met a glowing fog one night, And we came out with an appetite For human flesh, if it's Miss Right... Zombie pirates in love, yo ho! Zombie pirates in love. We've got that rakish swagger, And we've got that roguish charm, We've got that bug-eyed stagger, And we've got somebody's arm. Now, you may think you're faster Than a zombie on a boat But all we need's a pastor And you're Mrs. Undead Cutthroat. Zombie pirates in love, yo ho! Zombie pirates in love, We may be dead, but we'll be wed When pushing comes to shove, Come on, me beauty, take a chance On eternal love and true romance, At the wedding we'll do the Thriller dance.... Zombie pirates in love, yo ho! Zombie pirates in love. Our honeymoon will be a terror Of connubial bliss For no bride's mother can prepare her For a night like this, In matrimony holy Our bones will groan and creak And if we both chew slowly We could make it last all week. So let's hear all the cannons roar and Let's all celebrate ...
  • I Love My...Wife (1970) trailer Elliot Gould In this *** romp Elliot Gould presages Woody Allen's archetypal male crises that became cinematically en vogue by the end of the decade. Gould plays Dr. Richard Burrows, a successful surgeon who goes through a series of affairs as he fails to maintain his relationship with his dowdy wife (Brenda Vaccaro). Co-starring Dabney Coleman and the alluring Angela Tompkins, I Love My...Wife was heralded by Newsweek as an "Affecting and consistently funny chronicle of connubial collapse... marriage a la mode."
  • Self-Reliant Man Sees Connubial Bliss As Stain Weds Sandal In this brief video there is a frank, adult discussion of the marriage process as it applies to sandal shining. Much wisdom.
  • Hawaii: Enchanted Island of Romantic Weddings The lush, tropical Island of Hawaii is one of the most romantic places on Earth--second only to Las Vegas as wedding celebration destination. See connubial bliss in action on the lovely, palm-graced Island of Hawaii.
  • Echoes of Ferrara II. Euphrosyne (Desire) The title of this three movement work by composer Geoffrey Gordon refers to the town of Ferrara, Italy, a home and haven to the arts during the reign of Duke Borso dEste, for whom Francesco del Cossa (c.1435-c.1476), painted a series of frescoes for his Palazzo Schifanoia, circa 1469-1470. Specifically, inspiration for this work is drawn from the panel for April (del Cosso created an astonishing cycle of twelve calendrical frescoes, the Cycle of the Months, only partially preserved today), featuring the mythical Three Graces--whose names comprise the movement titles--amid an array of lovers in varying stages of entangled indulgence. For his part, the Duke cultivated instrumental music to a degree hardly surpassed elsewhere in early Renaissance Italy, and this, too, is reflected in the April fresco, where the atmosphere of sweet connubial bliss is enhanced by symbols of harmony and aural concord: lutes and recorders in the hands of misty-eyed maidens. (The message here is intentionally transparent, with the rounded resonator of the lute implying anticipated pregnancy, and the recorder a well-known--in Italy in 1470, at any rate--phallic symbol.) This work, in response, blends fragments of music from Ferrara, or what might reasonably be assumed to be music of this time and place, into a contemporary texture of modern rhythms and harmonies. Josquin and Ockeghem are prominently featured, with the third movement consisting almost entirely of references to the Omnium bonorum ...
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  • Echoes of Ferrara III. Thalia (Fulfillment) The title of this three movement work by composer Geoffrey Gordon refers to the town of Ferrara, Italy, a home and haven to the arts during the reign of Duke Borso dEste, for whom Francesco del Cossa (c.1435-c.1476), painted a series of frescoes for his Palazzo Schifanoia, circa 1469-1470. Specifically, inspiration for this work is drawn from the panel for April (del Cosso created an astonishing cycle of twelve calendrical frescoes, the Cycle of the Months, only partially preserved today), featuring the mythical Three Graces--whose names comprise the movement titles--amid an array of lovers in varying stages of entangled indulgence. For his part, the Duke cultivated instrumental music to a degree hardly surpassed elsewhere in early Renaissance Italy, and this, too, is reflected in the April fresco, where the atmosphere of sweet connubial bliss is enhanced by symbols of harmony and aural concord: lutes and recorders in the hands of misty-eyed maidens. (The message here is intentionally transparent, with the rounded resonator of the lute implying anticipated pregnancy, and the recorder a well-known--in Italy in 1470, at any rate--phallic symbol.) This work, in response, blends fragments of music from Ferrara, or what might reasonably be assumed to be music of this time and place, into a contemporary texture of modern rhythms and harmonies. Josquin and Ockeghem are prominently featured, with the third movement consisting almost entirely of references to the Omnium bonorum ...
  • Breaking Dawn Part 1 - Scene with Boat (on Louisiana River!!!) __ ★ "Robert and Kristen ♕ Filming Boat Scene" ❤__ It's one of the most romantic scenes in Breaking Dawn — Edward and Bella's honeymoon — and we know how R-Patz is getting ready for it — and where! Robert Pattinson has been spotted on a Louisiana river learning how to drive a speed boat, and you Twi-hards are going to swoon when we tell you why! Squee! Ok right, an eyewitness tells that Rob was on a river in Baton Rouge early this morning, driving a speed boat with an instructor. We're told by another source that he was followed by a rescue boat with certified scuba divers — just in case. This is Rob Pattinson we're talking about, after all. blah blah It's one of the most momentous scenes in the entire Twilight tetralogy — the moment when Edward and Bella take off for connubial bliss at Isle Esme. Ok now the point-Clearly, Rob wants to be fully confident at the helm when he takes Kristen Stewart on the water. That's so sweet!!! ______ _ᵀᴴᴱ❥ⓋǏ❶™_ ______❣_ PS: !!! NO PROFIT ☜❖♡❖☞JUST FOR FUN!!! "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
  • How to make a marriage last Wherein The Mudbrooker reveals the secret of connubial bliss
  • Fingerspelling 1100 Words Week 22 - 1 Similar to the in class quizzes, HT fingerspells the word two times. There are 10 words total in the video. This video is for practicing your receptive skills and to also help prepare you for Monday's quiz. Here are the words spelled on this video: CHIMERICAL ACKNOWLEDGE FABRICATE ESCALATION CONNUBIAL PLIGHT CUMULATIVE APPELLATION DEMUR INCAPACITATED * This video has no audio. Thanks for watching.
  • stewie's new fambly stuart p.ugly, of the clan ugly of pugnacion, has adopted the disconsolate duet of lolly and shena of canuckia to complete the trinity of domsticity and connubial bliss. Plus, his gas could peel the paint off a footlocker.
  • 5 Minutes Bible Study - Building Bridges To Understanding BUILDING BRIDGES TO UNDERSTANDING by Dr. Harold Sala Do two walk together unless they have agreed to do so? Amos 3:3 Have you ever wondered what might have caused Adam and Eve to exchange words for the first time? Christopher Morley describes how Adam might have lost the first round. He says, "The first fishing morning can't you imagine it! The world all young and full of sweetness; the Garden of Eden bespangled with early dew; Adam grabbing up a fistful of worms and hooking them on a bent thorn and a line of twisted grass; hurrying down to the creek or bayou; sitting on a brand new stump the devil had put there to tempt him; throwing out his line; sitting in the sun dreaming. And then, a tug, a pull, a splash and the First Fish lay at Adam's feet. Can you imagine the sensation? How he yelled to Eve to come, and how annoyed he was because she called out she was busy. Probably it was in that moment that all the bickerings of husbands and wives originated; when Adam called to Eve to come and see his First Fish, and Eve answered that she was busy." However it happened, scores of men and women have followed the example of Morley's parody. Two people, who at one time were supremely happy together, begin to drift apart until they are living in separate worlds, with separate friends, separate interests nothing connecting them except a roof over their heads. Do not be sure that it could not happen to you! It can! It is not by chance that a marriage is successful or that two ...
  • Dudley Moore & Suzy Kendall (1968) The Story of Mehall & Myra In his first starring role minus his longtime partner Peter Cook, Dudley Moore plays a 29-year-old who goes through an identity crisis when approaching the "three-oh" mark. He wants to be a successful Broadway composer before reaching 30 and also wants to be happily married. Unfortunately, he's so busy as a night-club musician that he hasn't any time to realize his goals. Enter ***y Suzy Kendall (Mrs. Moore at the time), who inspires Dudley to reinvigorate his quest for success and connubial bliss. 30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia delivers a satisfactory quota of laughs and sixties "mod" camera trickery.
  • 5 Minutes Bible Study - Bridges In Marriage BRIDGES IN MARRIAGE by Dr. Harold Sala For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate. Matthew 19:5,6 Have you ever wondered what might have caused Adam and Eve to exchange words for the first time? Christopher Morley describes how Adam might have lost the first round. He says, "The first fishing morning‑‑can't you imagine it! The world all young and full of sweetness; the Garden of Eden bespangled with early dew; Adam scrabbling up a fistful of worms and hooking them on a bent thorn and a line of twisted grass; hurrying down to the creek or bayou; sitting on a brand‑new stump the devil had put there to tempt him; throwing out his line; sitting in the sun dreaming. And then, a tug, a pull, a splash and the First Fish lay at Adam's feet. Can you imagine the sensation? How he yelled to Eve to come, and how annoyed he was because she called out she was busy. Probably it was in that moment that all the bickering of husbands and wives originated; when Adam called to Eve to come and see his First Fish, and Eve answered that she was busy." However it happened, scores of men and women have followed the example of Morley's parody. Two people, who at one time were supremely happy together, begin to drift apart until they live in separate worlds, with separate friends and separate interests‑‑nothing connecting them ...