4 March 2009

Two Ways To Keep Your Bum Warm

Warmth
A rather obvious way. Fur.
Schoolbound
A less obvious way; use a child as padding.

17 comments:

Adrienne Johnson said...

Child padding- hehehehehehe!

Isaac Kojima said...

Why do people still wear fur?

Tinker said...

To keep their backside warm without using children ?

Trendy Heels said...

Hahaha. Now you can keep those feet warm too with furry boots to match How wonderful.

lars said...

Uh-oh, the f-word...

Anna said...

I'm living in Copenhagen for six months now and it never was that cold that fur might have been necessary at all. This is not Sibiria, it's Denmark and it's close to the see, the temperature barely goes below zero and if, then very rarely below -5 degrees. And my beautiful cotton coat was always enough to keep me warm.
You don't really think that you have to use either a kid or fur to keep your ass warm, do you?

Peter said...

it's fake fur! :)

Harriet said...

Does anyone know the company that makes those plastic seat covers that are used for advertising? I saw pictures of them on here a while ago and am hopefully going to use them as part of a project for my degree but need to find someone who makes them. Many thanks.

Anonymous said...

You don't have to wear fur. Just as you don't have to be an obnoxious politically correct anti fur agitator. But it looks good and it's very comfortable.
I wish I had one just for the hell of it. Will have to do with my leather jacket, but that is somehow not as offensive.

Anonymous said...

Fur is for ugly people who try to create beauty where it doesn't exist at all.

Amsterdamize said...

You've all been fur-rolled ;)

BadBeard said...

I'm sure the fur looked far better and was far more comfortable for the poor animals that used to use it as a coat.

Anonymous said...

Humm nice fur coat... should be nice here in Montréal.

Maybe should keep money to buy less fur and a most performant bike :-)

Christopher said...

That's the first brick-paved street I remember seeing in all your photographs since I first came across your (differently named) blog several years back. (Maybe my memory is just blah, who knows!) Are there many like that in CPH? My memories of Amsterdam and Leiden in the Netherlands are that most streets apart from main thoroughfares are brick-paved (in a herringbone pattern). How does the brick paving stand up to snow removal?

Anonymous said...

Let check this photo of a girl with a fur on bike in Copenhagen :

http://www.flickr.com/photos/16nine/2154212732/

My god ! Do it is the same girl at different moments ? The seems to be the same ? So funny,...:-)

Adrienne Johnson said...

May I suggest fur helmets?

Paul Rode said...

Great shot!