Saturday, April 21, 2018

Jussy goes native

We are in Tassie, so posts written in advance for a couple of days. I think Tasmania has the internet, so I am not far away.

I feel quite possessive about Jussy, but he is not Australia's Jussy. He is Canada's Jussy, the Prime Minister no less. When he marched as a supporter in Toronto's Gay Pride March, he was perfectly dressed for the occasion. No doubt his sense of style comes from Old Ma Margaret (or perhaps his missus).


It seems Jussy likes to go native when he travels overseas, and makes his family do the same.



I can't wait until he comes to Australia and has to strip off to his shorts for some ochre body painting to be applied by our Indigenous.


28 comments:

  1. Jussy is a great deal more decorative than any of our politicians.

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    1. EC, and I suspect a bit smarter too.

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    2. Undoubtedly. Which isn't praising him to the skies.

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  2. I am admirer of Trudeau but I'm in two minds about this habit of dressing up in local clobber when travelling. I wonder what the family would wear on a trip to PNG or some countries in Africa or indeed outback Australia?

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    1. Victor, I feel some excitement.

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  3. he is way better than the PM we have. His dad was totally handsome. that is all.

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    1. Ann, I can only remember a bald old man.

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  4. Can we please vote Jussy into parliament? Just boot out the current mob, grab Jussy when his plane lands and park him on the Throne of Canberra.
    I don't care for words like "constitutional" or "legal" or "kidnapping".

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    1. Jayne, I like the way you are thinking.

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  5. He's in London at the moment for the Commonwealth conference. Haven't bumped into him yet but you never know who you might meet on the tube. I'll keep you posted.

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    1. Marie, you should have been his London guide.

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  6. A stylish and elegant man whatever he wears.

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    1. Sami, as we used to say, he could wear a hessian sack and still look good.

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  7. Andrew, Andrew, Andrew

    surely you admire Justin Trudeau for his intellect, political goals and skills in Parliament!! Surely he is more than just a tight arse in shorts and rugged pecs.

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    1. Of course I do Hels, as I am sure you do.

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  8. I find his 'dressing-up' a bit strange, although I did suggest to my wife that she wore a headscarf when we were last in Marrakech; but that was only because of some ill-feeling at the time against Europeans.

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    1. I think wearing the national costume shows his respect for the people and their country. When in Rome....

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    2. Cro, and your wife probably ignored you.

      River, maybe. Or just cheap pandering to appease and settle the natives. Too cynical?

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  9. Be still your beating heart!

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    1. By the way...I replied to your water comment on one of your previous posts, Andrew. I only just now saw what you wrote.

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    2. Lee, it is not my intention to marry him and be disillusioned. Just a quick hook up will do.

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    3. Yes, I saw that. Thanks.

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  10. Stripped to his shorts for body painting?
    I'd like to see that.
    In person :D

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    1. River, being so wicked is stepping out of your character.

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  11. He should be in saggy sweats and a muscle T shirt, clutching a Bud Lite here in America, and no bothering to shave for a couple days. Fit right in.

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    1. Ohhhh, tell me more, Strayer.

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  12. Enjoy your time in Tassie. I look forward to seeing some photos :)

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    1. Thanks CM. I think I need a new camera, or do as everyone else does and use my phone.

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