Great Aunt Margorie Oblong Portrait.

Great Aunt Margorie Oblong Portrait.

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Part of my Fictitious Relatives Series.
This is my actual Great Aunt Marjorie Oblong. This photo was taken in 1967. Great Aunt Marjorie always believed her right side was her best side. But only because the left side of her face is burnt off due to what she always called, "the stove-top incident." She had been drinking a beverage she called The Marjorie, which was half tequila and half whiskey in a 16 oz. glass, when she suddenly stopped talking with her childhood friend, Rita Weenberg, about how she had lost her virginity nearly 7 times, when her face went blank and she fell limp onto the frying pan, searing nearly a third of her face. Rita Weenberg was unable to help her because she had no legs. "It was like watching. And smelling. A fresh fish fry," said Miss Weenberg describing her friend's face slowly being seared. "I didn't want to eat the side of her face," continued Weenberg, "but the smell overtook me."

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