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2014 - 10 - 07 - Fondled in Montmartre

2014 - 10 - 07 - Fondled in Montmartre
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I'd never heard of Dalida, who is portrayed in this busty bust, but she is obviously well-loved in Paris. According to Wikipedia, Dalida is one of the six most popular singers of all time, with more than 170 million records sold. Born in Cairo to Italian parents, she won the Miss Egypt beauty pageant in 1954 and moved to Paris in December of that year. She had number one hits recorded in French, Arabic, Italian, and German and had top-selling albums and singles in France, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Greece, Canada, Russia, Japan, and Israel.

Dalida had a troubled personal life, with three former lovers (including a former husband and a current fiancee) committing suicide. Dalida herself spent five days in a coma in 1967 following a suicide attempt and she succeeded in taking her own life in 1987.
Date: 2014-11-04 22:04:30

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Grudnick 2014-11-04 22:10:34
De nada.
Mississippi Snopes 2014-11-04 22:15:06
A tragic tale, but I wonder if rubbing her bust brings good luck?
pauhana33 2014-11-04 22:50:33
It doesn't seem to have changed my luck any.
Mississippi Snopes 2014-11-04 23:01:15
Excellent commentary - I have always wondered about busts, the sculptor always finds a way to gracefully remove the arms, but always leaves the "bust" even when there is none.
Richard Harrison 2014-11-04 23:21:59
That's an interesting question, which a few minutes of Googling did nothing to solve. The most common theory is that arms on ancient statues were fragile and prone to fall off, so they just stopped sculpting them at all. But that makes no sense because arms sculpted next to the body wouldn't be particularly vulnerable to damage (and because it's hard to believe ancient sculptors were reacting to damage that occurred over hundreds or thousands of years).
Mississippi Snopes 2014-11-04 23:40:14
Excellent. Reminds me of Catwoman. (The white one)
ex_magician 2014-11-05 09:45:06
You're making me feel old. I only remember covers of comics with the white Catwoman -- I never read them.
Mississippi Snopes 2014-11-05 10:23:15
170 million records sold and I've never heard of her.
Paul McRae (Delta Niner) 2014-11-05 17:07:49
She sure was surrounded by a lot of death.
Paul McRae (Delta Niner) 2014-11-05 17:08:18
Paul, Wikipedia says she purposely shunned the USA. It doesn't say why.
Mississippi Snopes 2014-11-05 22:06:01
I'm guessing she didn't sing in English. When you're selling that many records you don't need to pander to the United States.
Paul McRae (Delta Niner) 2014-11-06 05:59:31
Wikipedia says she did record at least some songs in English (as well as French, Arabic, German, Italian, Greek, Japanese, Hebrew, Dutch, and Spanish) -- but it doesn't say how many.
Mississippi Snopes 2014-11-06 06:53:53
interesting way to get good luck
moonjazz 2014-11-06 23:49:37

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