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Just Move It, Lassy!

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Fabulously Free in SL - Just Move It, Lassy!, by Love Trill

B!asta has a new prize in their midnight mania board that inspired me to check out a few Irish pubs!  I am on location at The Pickled Pixie Pub where you can have a whiff of the liffy, a sip of the Guinness and a snapshot of Dublin according to their description in about land!  The outfit in the midnight mania board at B!asta that inspired all of these pints is called Just Move it, Lassy!  and includes the denim dress shown above, with gartered stockings.

They also have available for women, a new group gift!  The group is 50L to join and the latest group gift is shown below – Dots Noir. There are many gifts about the store at B!asta in the form of group gifts, lucky board, MM, hunts and just free gifts sitting around, and some fantastic deals at the fireplace, so make sure you have a good look!

Fabulously Free in SL - Just Move It, Lassy!, by Love Trill

The skin I am wearing today is Mother Goose’s Charmy which I found for 1L sitting beside the lucky boards 🙂

/me wants to  know what a “liffy” is…

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Love is wearing…

Skin – Mother Goose Charmy (1L) – http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Turpentine/203/220/22

Eyes – IKON Utopia Eyes Light Blue + Rust (previous gift / no longer free) – http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Hot/227/92/39

Hair – Truth Hilary (not free) – http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Truth%20Hair/113/35/27

B!asta Just Move It, Lassy! (free / 0L / midnight mania board) – http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Alanya/168/104/2051

B!asta Noir Dots (free group gift / 0L / 50L to join) – http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Alanya/168/104/2051

Poses by Embody – http://slurl.com/secondlife/Playground/70/199/22

Location – The Pickled Pixie Pub – http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ravens%20Hollow/151/83/21

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Author: Love Trill

Hey, :) I'm Love and have been a resident in SecondLife since March of 2010. I love to shop and explore in SL - and share my adventures with you! I am currently blogging at Fabulously Free in SL and on my personal blog - Slovesadventures

2 thoughts on “Just Move It, Lassy!

  1. A ‘liffy’ is either simply a spelling mistake or a lack of knowledge. The river that runs through Dublin is the River Liffey. ‘Whiffy like the Liffey’ is a phrase to describe the smell of the river in decades past, but it’s now clean enough to swim (or spawn, if you’re a fish) in. Although, if you’re a fish, you probably swim AND spawn in it. Humans can swim in it. Humans spawning in it (eughhh!!!) is probably not a good idea.

    Dubliners like these short phrases to describe their city. Another is the statue ‘Anna Livia’ (named after Anna Livia Plurabelle, a character in James Joyce’ ‘Finnegan’s Wake’, who symbolically represents the River Liffey. This statue is colloquially known as ‘the floosie in the jacuzzi’ or ‘the whore in the sewer’ (Irish people pronounce ‘whore’ as ‘hoor’, thus ‘hoor in the sewer’ rhymes properly). The slight build of the statue has led some Dubliners to call the statue ‘Anna Rexia’ (!!!)

    Molly Malone, of the song ‘In Dublin’s Fair City’ fame, who ‘wheeled her wheelbarrow’ with ‘cockles and mussels’, also has a statue of herself pushing a barrow in Dublin. Locals refer to it as ‘the tart with the cart’.

    And I’d take issue with use of the word ‘lassy’ in an ‘Irish’ related post, as it is not a peculiarly ‘Irish’ word used in any context, but Scottish, where it would appear under the spelling ‘lassie’. As one moves south from Scotland into the north of England, the word appears as ‘lass’, more than ‘lassie’. And a lassie (or lass) is a word used to describe a young girl, anywhere in age from toddler to late teenage years. In a English/Scottish context ‘Lassie’ isn’t always a collie dog! 🙂

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  2. Wow, that’s a lot of Irish/Scottish knowledge! Thank you for clearing up with a “liffy” is. The outfit is actually called “Just Move it, Lassy!“, so I’ll have to leave that be. They really don’t use “lassie” in Ireland?

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