Thursday, November 20, 2008

Ursula Break!


Austrian Foreign Minister Ursula Plassnik, right, welcomes Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki to the Palestine Ambassador conference in Vienna, Austria on Friday, Nov. 14, 2008. (AP Photo/Hans Punz)


I've been neglecting the wonderful Austrian giantess lately, but just will you look at Ursula last week! So divine. And look how happy al-Maliki is just to be lucky enough to be near her. Oh, Barack, can't you pick Ursula for something?

I love the gorgeous, folksy jacket, and I really love the understated (for Ursula) bolo-style necklace. Superb, Ursula, superb.

Kinda hit-and-run this morning, but I just wanted to post some Ursulalove! Yay!

17 comments:

Jess Wundrun said...

someone has just got to get a photo inside her closet.

FranIAm said...

I must say I like her 'do, she looks wonderful. And only our beloved Austrian diplogiantess could carry off that jacket with such style and grace.

This has changed the tone and tenor of my whole day. Danke schoen!

karenzipdrive said...

Mmmm Ursula...love the hair.

zoe said...

YAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!! Ursula scrumptiousness. So elegant! And love that big chunky thingy she has on her wrist.

The Neoskeptic said...

what? no scarf?

this global economic crisis must be serious if it has filtered out to a shortage of diplo-giantess neckwear.

Anonymous said...

Hey, isn't that Tom Friedman?

dguzman said...

I love the shy and winsome smile! And yet look at the firmness of the handshake, as if to say, "yes, I'm smiling, but I could crush you like a bug if you piss me off. Smile!"

Matty Boy said...

Yes, no scarf. That jacket is fashion statement enough. Lovin' the haircut, as right thinking Pony Pals have already said.

She's just so gigantically girly! Her clothes aren't attempts to feminize what a man would wear, they are brilliant statements of what a woman can wear.

Why should a goddess try to emulate the puny (and mostly male) humans who scurry about her, gazing up in awe? We can't be her, but what a treat being near her would be! Even a picture from far away brightens our day.

Thank you, Princess.

Sigh.

puravida said...

I just noticed the beautiful symmetry of the last three posts-from hideous to divine.

Brilliant PSP, brilliant.

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

Her clothes aren't attempts to feminize what a man would wear, they are brilliant statements of what a woman can wear.

That is such an excellent point! So true.

samael7 said...

I wonder if she can feel my love from here.

*tries harder*

Lazy Media said...

She even picked the best al-Maliki. The Iraqi PM, Nouri al-Maliki is a little swarthy, scruffy guy, not like this distinguished-looking gent.

Anonymous said...

PSP and all, This jacket is an example of Palestinian embroidery, obviously a gift from al-Maliki. I own one like it, and you can pick one up in the Amman, Jordan Airport. Just thought you'd like to know.

sleepyinsaudi is my name

Anonymous said...

We want more Ursula, please. Forget the lame duck secretary.
Can't wait to see Hillary and her giantess together.

Chris said...

Seconding the anon from 7:19. I think the world would be better with a little more Ursula.

...for a second, though, I thought that jacket was just a plain black jacket with a gigantic (even by Ursula standards) scarf. Now that I look at it, though, I'm actually beginning to like it.

Frank_IBC said...

Hmmm... reminds me of Gone With The Wind.

Oh, wait, Scarlet made her dress from a recycled curtain, not an oriental rug.

Which reminds me of the Carol Burnett show parody of that scene...

Distributorcap said...

now the question is PSP -- how will Ursula and HILLARY get along! as famously as with Condi?