Wednesday, October 28, 2009

French-ed Up

Do you remember the incident that happened in the beggining of the october, when Somali pirates made a mistake and attacked French military flagship? I know that pirates are dangerous and serious matter, but I found this so hillarious. I had to make a tribute. :)

I used Maybelline Mirror Image and Konad IP M19.




Get it? LOL :)))

Thanks for looking!

21 comments:

  1. Oh yes, I get it now. It fits perfectly into the context! ;)

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  2. ohh pirates are really dangerous... i love ur mani...perfect!!!

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  3. LOL this is hilarious!

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  4. These look great with the silver tips!

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  5. :)) I think a little humor can't do any harm.

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  6. Thanks, Thriszha! :)

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  7. I love this, the tips add a nice touch!

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  8. Apply that silver in all the nail and it looks just like minx!

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  9. wow that silver is just great!

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  10. Yep, this is chrome nail polish. But unfortunately it chips quite fast.

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  11. Just like a silver treasure. :)

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  12. droll :) Blaazno lepo.

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  13. Just gorgeous. Wipe out those pirates, I only like Johnny Depp pirates!

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  14. Me too! Johnny is awesome! :)

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  15. Awesome!!! Love it ;))

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  16. Thanks, Vanessa! :)

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  17. LOL, now I get it! Smart!

    Love the mani too. It looks great and I've never seen that Maybelline polish before! But it looks great xD

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