Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Ursula Plassnik Presents Bewildering Array of Woolens at EU Foreign Ministers Confab

Germany's Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, 2nd left, talks with Austria's Foreign Minister Ursula Plassnik, left, while Filnland's Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja, right, shows documents to EU Commissioner for Enlargement Olli Rehn during a round table meeting of EU foreign ministers at the EU Council building in Brussels, Monday Dec. 11, 2006. The highly divisive and sensitive issue of whether to partially suspend membership negotiations with Turkey dominated European Union foreign ministers talks Monday. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
That was yesterday, but I think maybe our favorite Austrian giantess stepped a little too outside the fashion box, so today she's a little more traditional (but still bescarved, natch):

Austrian Foreign Minister Ursula Plassnik and Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel address a news conference in Vienna December 12, 2006. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
Ursula rules. Two straight days of Ursulaproduct! How long can such joy last?


pissed off patricia said...

The jacket in the top photo looks like it was made from the pelts of old stuffed toy animals. I'm pretty sure I see part of my old teddy bear on her shoulder.

Anonymous said...

I have a new life's ambition. I want to be the commisioner for enlargement.

Anonymous said...

We've seen the picture of Ursula with the German guy before, always with his arms crossed. What is he waiting so impatiently for?

"When will this woman develop osteoporosis so that she will be shorter than I am?"

Even with the sweater/jacket/overcoat from Heck, our eye is always drawn to Mount Ursula, whom I love with a love that matches even PSP's love.

Mount Ursula! Every tiny man's secret dream!

Peteykins said...


The crossed-arms thing is a self-protective gesture, not one of impatience. But anyway, as for your last mention of tiny men's secret dreams, one of my Ursula posts a few months back was, indeed, linked on a forum for men with giantess fetishes. Sadly, the forum was closed to non-registered viewers.

Anonymous said...

I look at Ursula and I feel itchy. All that skin, all those 'stuffed animal pelts' (brilliant POP), itchy itchy. Scarves over mounds of woman flesh.....
Could this be a repressed Giantess Fetish? But I'm a woman. Can you open a forum for Women With Giantess Fetishes?

I also want to break out in that song from "The Sound Of Music"

Climb every mountain,
ford every stream,
follow every rainbow

Anonymous said...

Maybe crossed arm guy is an accessory like how little tiny dogs are accessories in Hollywood. I mean if you are a Giantess, no ordinary doggie will do.

Fran / Blue Gal said...

as a knitter, I must say that sweater is wrong on so many levels.

Anonymous said...

A few points of illumination. I will be brief.

I am the person who put links to PSP in Giantess Fetish boards. I came here NOT because of Ursula Plassnik, whom I hadn't heard of until I read your blog. Someone told me your blog was funny, and it is. But your mentions of Ms. Plassnik in a positive light (even if mildly mocking) made it worth mentioning to folks in the GTS community, as we call ourselves.

As for Gals Who Love Big Gals, I do know some in the lesbian community who love being Big Gals or love being around Big Gals. I'm not sure where to start on the Internets to find these forums however.

In summation: I came for the funny, I'm staying for the Ursula. I should blush with shame that you all know my secret, but honestly, I'm not ashamed.

So there.

Anonymous said...

rave on maddy boy!
ursala is an inclusive princess, and accepts us all as we are, not for our differences but for our goodness and scarf (I'll say it, were all thinking it...)
Scarf-Diplomacy-Horse-Sense! and isn't that what pulls all us wacky sorts togther in these dark times?

Anonymous said...

Matty Boy,

Thank you for sharing. I feel HONORED, yes I do!

(Princess, can we give cyber-group-hugs here or is this a Nutrasweet Free Zone?)

And I feel empowered to 'climb the mountain' of my giantess fetish now, to Find the Dream of overpowering giantess flesh. I DO hope she has handmaidens to help her bathe.

But first I must feed the chickens.

Anonymous said...

Entranced as I was by photos of Ursula, I did not notice what Edith's Friend noticed and commented on much earlier, the EU Commissioner of Enlargement.

How well have they suceeded so far? Is Ursula just the first positive example? Could it be that ten years from now, all EU foreign ministers will be Ursula-sized or (dare I hope?) even larger?!?!

Excuse me, I must lie down, as I am overcome.

p.s. Do all the word verifications on this website have vague sexual overtones, or it is just mine?

Peteykins said...

That's great to hear, Matty! I was wondering how that happened.

Also, in regard to Ursula: I do think her style is faintly ridiculous, but I've never mocked her professional abilities. She seems to be a very competent diplomat, so unlike anything we have. She really is the anti-Condi in so many ways.

So why do I feature her? I dunno. There's just... something about Ursula!

Anonymous said...

Dear Princess,

You ask why you feature Ursula, but I never would. I am not one to look a gift pony in the mouth.

Dear Guru,

If you are finding the thoughts of Ursula give rise to tingly feelings, you are welcome among us.

You think she need handmaidens? YOU can be a handmaiden if you so desire. Our fantasy really IS a fantasy for many GTS fans, so feel free to daydream, to woolgather.

In fact, you could gather the wool and make a scarf for Ursula! Think of her, stooping down to select YOUR scarf from the acres of scarves knitted for her by tiny adoring throngs.

If the mingling of pride and humiliation gives you a tingle, then you are truly one of us.