For my last post of 2010, I am pleased to present some frivolous irrelevance.
You may have noticed that sometimes in my posts I use images from the public domain or with Creative Commons licenses. I usually find them in the huge image repository at the fabulous Wikimedia Commons.
Ok, now I’ll return you back to your regularly scheduled bloggage.
Regularly Scheduled Bloggage
Occasionally Wikimedia Commons don’t have the images I’m looking for. During my humungous blog update this year (which by the way is still ongoing) I was looking for everyday-type images of men massaging women. I found many of women massaging men and men massaging men, but almost none of men massaging women.
So I took some of me and kvetch and shared them on Wikimedia Commons.
Last month in my blog stats I saw a referral from the file page of this foot massage image. When I checked it out, I saw this super extra frivolously cool thing.
(with bonus irrelevant randomness)
Frivolously Cool With Bonus Randomness Thing
- File usage on other wikis
- Usage on uk.wikipedia.org
The following other wikis use this file:
Oooooh, check it out:
Massaged Extremities and The Photographer
Co-starring Kvetch as
Massaging Hands and Are We Done Yet?
Isn’t this just totally of the random frivolous coolness?
(I’m so editing my C.V. to add – ‘Extremities featured in starring rôles on Ukrainian Wikipedia’)
So this is me starring as ‘The Massaged’, and kvetch starring as ‘The ‘are we done yet?’ Massagist’ on Ukrainian Wikipedia.
And this post was my frivolous irrelevance to see out 2010 into 2011.