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Woman Getting Stitched Up After Baby Delivery

Woman Getting Stitched Up After Baby Delivery Woman Getting Stitched Up After Baby Delivery

Today’s edition of Best Gore Members Rock is brought to you by Best Gore member fuckerpig, who’s sharing with us a pic of his wife getting stitched up after baby delivery.

Isn’t it interesting how since the moment we’re born, we’re witness to pussy and gore? That almost rhymed…

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Is that a vertical caesarian scar i see on your wife’s abdomen @fuckerpig?…

@Gnat, That?s not a scar, it?s just the natural pubic line of a dark haired woman, I assume the woman in question is Italian or similar.

Stitching after child birth is equally common, particularly if she gave birth to an heavy child or twins ect.

@fuckerpig. Your wife gave birth to your child and lived to appreciate it, well done my man.

You now have to make sure that you become a good father so teach your child not to date and procreate with niggers ect.

“Pubic line”… That was my second guess @Empty…

I know all about stitching after childbirth… My oldest son was twelve pounds ten ounces when he was born…
Let’s just say… There was a lot of stitching going on that day… o_O

I was an 11 pound baby and my husband was 13.2 so for this reason (and others) we don’t have kids. That bastard would be a fucking monster! Anyway, @fuckerpig congrats on the little one and the fact your wife shaves even when having a kid! That’s dedication. I rarely remember to shave my legs much less the rest!

I’m glad someone said it! That vag is well kept for being in the late term of a pregnancy.

First of all congrats to both of you! Well done lady! Secondly in the UK ( not sure about other countries) you have to shave even for a C section. Standard protocol.

Most women I’ve seen
that are preggers have that line. Alot weren’t Italian. In fact my sister had twins about 6 mnths ago and that line is still visible.

I still have that line. My mother’s line has faded where it can’t be seen any more. I’m mostly white so it doesn’t seem to matter what race a woman is.

@lillian, I’ve had a vaginal birth, 3 actually, don’t worry, it goes back how it was. It’s not like you will suddenly have a sloppy fanny, otherwise men wouldn’t want to go back, would they? There are exercises a lady can do too. I would definitely go natural, that way you are up and at it straight away. 🙂

@tas I agree! My birth was kind of a nightmare because I had 1cm of space in my birth canal for my kid to pass. Nothing to drink or eat for the entire time! They didn’t know if I would need a c or not. At literally the very last second he turned his head and was able to pass. He actually still has a little line on his nose from being so hard pressed against my pelvic bone. I was spent physically and couldn’t raise my arms for a day. They actually think I gave myself nerve damage from gripping the side rails for 10 hours. @woodwork, I feel for yah girl. A woman’s mind is our own worst enemy. I had a vag hysterectomy. Pretty much thought I was doomed. I wasn’t. Make up for that lost time!

@evilwitch, my first baby was born with a flat nose and his eyes went red, I mean bright red, too! It’s because my birth canal was so tight, his head was squashed as he passed through, they say a vaginal birth is good for squeezing out mucous and other stuff from your baby so they can breathe straight away, that make sense?
To everyone else, you know how it’s quite disgusting watching an animal (especially a fairly large one) give birth? Well it looks similar for people! bloody fluids everywhere, but hey, we ALL went through it.

Hey @tas, right, we’ve all been there. After reading your comments, I can almost hear Helen Reddy singing I am woman (hear you roar). I just heard a story about a doctor in India pulling a breech birth baby out by tying something around the legs a pulling it out with a wrench as a lever. Well guess what? The baby’s head popped off! Oops. What a dope of a doctor.

Whoa! @BTR, I’ve heard of that happening too, I just assumed it’s an internet myth?
Thanks for reading my comments 🙂 be assured I always read your comments to!

Obviously that makes you a parasite to Der lol? Is it how you see yourself? Yes this world it’s a shit hole, horrible nasty fkin planet where hardly anyone care these days. But yes sometimes i open my front door and smell the rain or grass freshly cut and it makes me happy and at peace for a few minutes. The birth of a child is wonderful, until then (unless you cant comprehend any kind of affection or love) you dont know what love is.

Actually feel very sandy about that post now. Ofc we all can have our opinions. But i dont agree that a new born is a parasite as then that makes all of us parasites. I work damm hard and i dont ask anyone anything. I’m a single mum and I send my daughter to a top private school as she is highly intell and i deprive myself of many things to do that! I do not owe anyone anything and i do not want anything from anyone. So fuking hate me if you despise me for having a couple of drinks now and then to take the edge of. My life and my journey. Just try and have some respect for some hard working people here and parents that actually try and give a proper education to their children so they dont end up as leeches.

haha. where have you been? we absolutely are a parasite. a virus…the Fleshy Virus. human beings behave exactly like a parasite or virus. we move into an area, reproduce unchecked, sap/destroy all the resources and move on to repeat. we are by every definition a virus.

In a way, yeah i am, but its not that i did it by choice anyways. 🙂 I carry more for the world than for the people living on it to be fair… and i do enjoy to know that people do care for their children, but as for “knowing what love is” after a child is born, thats a pretty hypocritical thing to say… 😐 If that was the case then ALL mothers would love their children.

Well i think your a pretty decent guy Der, you say it as you think and feel it is but you lack the personal experience. Your always going to find the rotten apples but there is some good as well =)

Meh, i just got tired to pretend that i care… thats all. 😐 And its pretty much the abundance of “rotten apples” that made me this “insensitive” towards those things.

Understand you and dont blame you D.

@der, I still have a hair up my ass about your comment & its been a full 24 hrs. Did you really have to call his wife’s vagina, a cunt? Can’t you be just a little more respectful. You just had to go there. He’s sharing his pixs for all of us & I’m still fuckin pissed that youd make it so fuckin foul. Cant, just for once, you play nice, bite your foul mouth & thank a fellow member for sharing? Just be c ause youve stated in other comments, you can’t/don’t want to find love, do you have to be so nasty to others who have found happiness?!

Geesh… Dafuq’s wrong with you? Are you his wife or something? 😐 Im pretty sure he understands my wierd humor without taking things too much at heart, unlike you. Also if he feels inulted somehow for it, im sure he doesnt need anyone to say it for him…

Granda cagada que isto deu lol ?s mesmo controverso meu.

@Mamason01, BestGore has been around for many years, and by now I thought you knew how the members of this website are: politically incorrect by definition. This website provides us the empirical evidence that the vast majority of humans are indeed no different from parasites, and although I see rudeness towards other members as unacceptable, he wasn’t that pejorative in his words. “cunt” is just a slang word for vagina, in the same way pussy is. A parasite is how he sees humans, and he’s not that far from the truth, and at the end of the comment, he clearly wished that the kid would be worth the while. Fuckerpig knows that this is clearly not facebook or other social media, and he knows what the content of this site is.

This website is clearly not the place to receive the habitual “oh my darling, lovely little bundle of joy you have there. Kisses. ”. People here are harsh by essence, because that is what we become after realizing a reality others choose to ignore.

@PD, mesmo… 😆 Estou a ver que tenho que aprender a ficar calado…

Child birth is amazing, congrats fuckerpig. Your wife did great, glad to see she pulled through. I see that stitching up as reward for being so damn tough. not everyone can push a baby out after they get cut like that. Most pussy out for a c-section half way. And to everyone concerned about a “torn pussy” just remember that c sections will make you a fucking whale because the healing time is within years. and you can’t work out or anything and your orgasm will be much harder to achieve. After having a baby I was able to cum just from getting fucked,something I’ve never been able to do unless I was getting eaten out. Childbirth really isn’t all that bad. Now stop with your eugenics trash. We are fucking humans. if we can survive being split in half, look at childbirth as a walk in the park. It’s fucking amazing.

I don’t know who told you a C-section takes years to recover from, but if you know someone with experience of that, then their doctor fucked them up because it does not take years. I’ve been a nurse for a long ass time and I’ve never known of someone not being able to have an orgasm because they had a C-section. I’ve read about it online but i have never witnessed it in person at work. And whether a woman chooses to have the child vaginally or cesarean. being a “pussy” has nothing to do with it. But i am so glad to know that you can cum just from getting fucked now.

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Damnoen Saduak Thai Floating Market Photo Essay from Thailand

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Photo Essay Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in Thailand

An elderly Thai lady wearing a conical hat dips her paddle into the water as I fire off an exposure of a vendor arranging an assortment of fruit at her individual stall. As a passenger on this small vessel making its way down a canal, I’m surrounded by colorful displays of goods and inundated by exotic smells at this Thai floating market.

Visiting markets (especially floating ones) is one of my favorite travel activities; however, the scene I tried to convey above is far from the truth. What I failed to mention is that the boat I’m on is packed with other foreigners (Thai: farang) with a plethora of other vessels – both behind and in front of us – transporting even more tourists.

As a travel photographer, this is a treasure trove of an opportunity to take candid portraits while capturing all of the colorful exotic displays and bustle of this Thai floating market; however, as I’ve pointed out in a previous article, impressive travel photos don’t always have an equally impressive story behind them .

Unlike local markets, where vendors hardly notice the presence of a foreigner, I’m constantly being badgered to purchase something. “By from meeeee. Fried Bananaaaaa! Coconut here. ”

Conflicted by the reality of the situation, I can allow myself to feel entirely jaded by the experience or just go with the flow; I decide on the latter and continue pressing down on my shutter release as I wander around the floating market.

As a now popular tourist attraction, Damnoensaduak floating market was originally the name of a canal dug by military personnel during the reign of Thai King Rama IV. Rivers and canals, at the time were the lifeblood of transportation and goods; however, the now crowded market caters mostly towards tourists.

Photo Essay: Thai Floating Market

A Thai conical hat for sale on an otherwise bare display table

Scenic views from our longboat of lush green vegetation and murky brown waters prior to reaching the Thai floating market.

An elderly Thai lady paddles here way down the canal in a tiny vessel while trying to avoid colliding with much larger ones.

Batter is being poured into a mold being used to make Thai cakes.

A Thai lady vendor with a collection of hats for sale flashes a smile.

This is a side perspective shot of a Thai lady rowing a boat loaded with fruit to the floating market.

An overhead perspective shot of the colorful Thai floating market.

A candid moment, where this Thai lady is communicating with another vendor at the floating market.

A Thai lady with dyed hair makes eye contact with a group of tourists.

An overhead perspective travel photo of three rowboats filled with fruit (bananas and coconuts) passing each other at the same time.

A friendly exchange between two Thai vendors both selling deep fried banana wedges.

Colorful fans for sale with elephant patterned designs.

A selfie portrait from two tourists visiting the floating market.

A candid photo of a Thai lady wearing a conical hat and army fatigue inspired apron.

How do you feel about visiting an attraction that clearly caters towards tourists?

Portrait Of A Lady Essay Research Paper

Portrait Of A Lady Essay Research Paper

Portrait Of A Lady Essay, Research Paper

Portrait of a Lady

Isabel Archer doesn’t go away with Casper Goodwood because it would mean giving up what she values most, her freedom and independence. The very first time we meet Isabel she tells Ralph that “I’m very fond of my liberty” (p. 30) and that she is “not a candidate for adoption” (p. 29). Both of these statements clearly show early on that she is not looking to be tied down at all. She wants to be free to experience all that life has to offer for her. Because of that, she turns down the proposal of Lord Warburton, although he had much to offer. James says, “The idea of a diminished liberty was particularly disagreeable to her at present, since she had just given a sort of personal accent to her independence by looking so straight at Lord Warburton’s big bribe and yet turning away from it” (p. 104). She goes on to show her independence when she speaking with Casper Goodwood by saying, “it’s no kindness to a woman to press her so hard, to urge her against her will” (p. 137). Isabel came to Europe because she wanted to experience life and the freedom that eluded her in America.

At the beginning of the novel, Isabel was very young morally. She had left everything she had known, and was ready to start anew. Throughout the novel, her morality grew, changed, and became more stable. Where at the beginning she refused two proposals of marriage, without giving any indication to wanting a third, she ends up accepting a proposal from Osmond. Goodwood’s offer to Isabel came at an early stage of her moral growth, when she was not really sure of what she wanted, so she could accept. She was beginning to enjoy her newfound freedom. After her refusal to Goodwood, Isabel’s throbbing heart was due to two reasons, her discussion with Goodwood and “simply the enjoyment she found in the exercise of her power” (p. 143). Her power was her newfound freedom, her ability to judge however she liked and make her own decisions, no matter the consequences. Isabel said “to judge wrong, I think, is more honorable than not to judge at all (p. 140). She wanted the freedom to judge, and to act on those judgments. By marrying Goodwood, she would be giving up some of that freedom.

Another reason to refuse Goodwood’s offer was because accepting his proposal of marriage would mean returning to America. To Isabel, America was not a very fulfilling place. Her father had just died, and she was living in a house by herself. There was very little room for her to grow or become the independent woman that she wanted to be. When Mrs. Touchett showed up at her door to take her away, she looked at it as her big chance to experience the life that she could not find in America. At her arrival in Europe, she was immediately experiencing new people and places. She was in a totally different world, where the people valued life, art, and were more civilized. She had finally found a place where she could grow both emotionally and morally. Goodwood’s proposal would have taken her away, back to America, where in Isabel’s mind there was no more room to grow.

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STAYING HEALTHY
Standards of hygiene and sanitation in India have increased greatly over the past decade. That being said, it is important to stay vigilant and be smart about certain things. Wash your hands often, especially before eating. Be wary of reheated food, unpeeled fruit, and unwashed vegetables. Due to the hot climate, some travelers develop heat rash before they have acclimatized. Zinc oxide powder and loose cotton clothes can help calm this. Dehydration is also a common problem, so be sure to carry bottles of water with you at all times. When not on campus, do not drink tap water, even if you see locals doing so. Bottled water is very inexpensive and available in both urban and rural areas.

MEDICAL SERVICES
Pharmacies can advise on minor medical issues and most medicines are available without prescription, however always be sure to check the expiration date. Private clinics and mission hospitals provide higher standards of service than state-run hospitals, but might not have the same facilities. Hospitals in big cities, including university-run hospitals, are generally good.

The University of Hyderabad has an excellent Campus Medical Clinic that students have access to if a problem arises. Additionally, Hyderabad has several world-class private hospitals if more extensive care is required.

DRESS
Indians dress rather conservatively, especially in more rural areas. In the big cities you will find the latest fashions, but foreigners will attract more unwanted attention if not in modest dress. Women should avoid wearing Capri pants that do not go to above the ankle. Shorter Capris that go to just below the knee are considered inappropriate. Sleeves for both men and women should cover the upper arm. Men should always wear a shirt and avoid shorts away from the beach. When visiting religious sites, women will be required to cover their limbs and heads. Even in summer, long pants are considered normal and students who wear shorts or revealing clothing will be perceived as insensitive to local customs.

ELECTRICITY
Standard voltage is generally 220V 50Hz AC and most sockets are triple round-pin. Power cuts are very common. Voltage can vary, so voltage stabilizers should be used to run sensitive appliances.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
India has a well-developed network of long-distance public transportation, including the largest train network in Asia. The domestic airline industry comprises nearly a dozen private national and regional carriers. Local transportation consists of buses, taxis, and three-wheeled auto rickshaws. The campus of the University of Hyderabad is located in Gachibowli, a suburb approximately 20 kilometers northwest from the city center. A regularly-scheduled campus-owned bus can take students into the city center, or students can also explore other means of transportation.

Train India�s rail network covers almost the entire country and is a great means of transportation from one city to another. Trains might run a few minutes behind schedule, but tend to be reliable and safe. There are seven classes of train travel; the cheapest is second-class unreserved, which is used by the majority of Indians and is less comfortable. The second-class sleeper is a more comfortable option that must be booked in advance, which makes it less crowded. First class is comfortable seating without air conditioning. The four remaining classes are variations of air-conditioned options with different comfort levels. For overnight trips, it is recommended for women to book tickets in the Ladies� Compartments.

Metro Delhi and Kolkata both provide clean, efficient metro systems which are the fastest and cheapest way to get through the city. Each metro line has ladies-only cars, which are recommended for women traveling alone or in small groups.

Bus Hyderabad has the third largest bus station facility in Asia, with 72 platforms for 89 buses to load passengers at a time. Getting around the city shouldn�t be a problem once you learn how the bus system works. When traveling throughout the country, buses are available and travel almost everywhere. With buses, there is no need to reserve a ticket in advance, but they may not be as convenient or comfortable. Government-run buses are packed with people, livestock, and luggage. Private buses tend to be more comfortable and more expensive.

Rickshaw Commonly referred to as an auto, this is a three wheeler that has no doors and is generally operated by a driver in the front cabin. Generally it is painted in yellow, green or black and it has a black, yellow or green canopy on the top. Using an auto as a means of transportation within the city is both cheap and convenient. Cycle rickshaws are also available and are less expensive, but also slower.

BUSINESS HOURS
Most shops, large and small, are generally open from 9:30AM to 6PM Monday through Saturday. Government tourist offices are open Monday through Friday from 9:30AM to 5PM, and Saturdays from 9:30AM to 1PM.

SHOPPING
India offers beautiful and exotic souvenirs, custom-made clothes, and every-day purchases at much lower prices than at home. The outdoor markets are filled with bangle bracelets, scarves, post cards, rugs, sarees, and anything else you can think of. In these markets, bargaining is the norm. As a foreigner, it is important to haggle or else you will be subjected to unreasonably high prices. In restaurants and shopping malls, prices are fixed and bargaining is not acceptable. For high quality Indian crafts, the state-run emporia are good places to shop. These emporia branches can be found in major cities; Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and Kolkata all have branches of Central Cottage Industries Emporiums, where you can get an idea of how much crafts should cost.

TIME
India is 5 � hours ahead of Universal Time (GMT) and the entire country is in one time zone. Indian time is referred to as Indian Standard Time (IST).

MAIL
Mail delivery times vary throughout the country, and can take anywhere from six days to three weeks. The average delivery time is ten days. Most post offices are open Monday through Friday 10AM to 5PM and Saturday 10AM to 12PM. Stamps and postcards are inexpensive.

TELEPHONE
The international dialing code for India is +91.
Telephones are not available in student rooms, but relatively inexpensive international telephone service is available through phone facilities staffed by attendants located near the Study India Program guest house. Calls are measured by time and rupee value and students will be required to pay for calls in rupees. These phone facilities are typically open from 9AM to 9PM

Most visitors bring their own mobile phones and buy an Indian SIM card to use. SIM cards are sold in cellphone shops and network outlets. The largest network providers in India are Vodaphone, Airtel, and Idea.

INTERNET
At Hyderabad University, computers with Internet access are available both in the Study India Program guest house, and in the Folk Culture Studies building, where the SIP offices are located. Computers in the Folk Culture Studies building are accessible during normal working hours, but the computers in the SIP guest house are open longer into the evening. When traveling outside of Hyderabad, it is easy to get online at cyber cafes or hotels/guesthouses. Prices range from Rs20 to Rs60 per hour.

An excellent way to keep in touch with friends and family in your home country is by using Skype, a free internet based telephone service. You can find out more about using Skype at their website: http://www.skype.com/

Elizabeth Taylor dies at age 79 (photos)

Not Found Not Found Not Found Elizabeth Taylor dies at age 79 (photos)

1 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - This 1961 file photo shows actress Elizabeth Taylor in the film "Butterfield 8" in 1961. Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/File)

2 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In this 1943 file photo, 11- year-old Elizabeth Taylor is shown with Lassie around the time of her performance in "Lassie Comes Home" in Los Angeles. Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/File)

3 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In a 1944 file photo, young actress Elizabeth Taylor is seen during the time that she was filming "National Velvet". Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/File)

4 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In this April 19, 1961 file photo, actress Elizabeth Taylor holds the Oscar she won as 1960's best film actress for her role in "Butterfield 8," while speaking with reporters in Hollywood, Calif. Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/File)

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5 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay In this 1966 file photo originally released by Warner Bros. Elizabeth Taylor, left, and Richard Burton are shown in a scene from the film, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf." (AP Photo/Warner Bros. file)

6 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay This is a 1944 file photo of actress Elizabeth Taylor, right, and Ann Revere as they appeared in "National Velvet." Taylor, who was 70 in February 2002, made the film at age 12, two years after her first movie role. (AP Photo)

7 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay [L.Taylor] Caption: Actress Elizabeth Taylor poses as Queen Cleopatra in this photo from Joseph L. Mankiewiez' 1963 film, 'Cleopatra'. (AP Photo) Photographer: AP photo Object Name: L.Taylor

8 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In a Sept. 22, 1951 file photo, Elizabeth Taylor is shown at the premiere of "The Lady with the Lamp" at the Warner Theater in London. Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/File)

9 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - A Jan. 6, 1953 file photo shows one of the first pictures of Elizabeth Taylor with son Michael Howard Wilding, son of Taylor and English actor Michael Wilding. Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo, File)

10 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - This 1983 file photo shows actress Elizabeth Taylor during the run of the Broadway play "Private Lives" in New York. Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/File)

12 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In this 1957 file photo, actress Elizabeth Taylor is shown in costume for her character in the film "Raintree County." Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/File)

13 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In this Sept. 25, 1953 file photo, actress Elizabeth Taylor stands on the balcony of the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden. Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/File)

14 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - This Sept. 1946 file photo shows Elizabeth Taylor. Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/File)

15 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In this March 2, 1959 file photo, actress Elizabeth Taylor, accompanied by her physician, Dr. Rexford Kennamer, walks through Waldheim Cemetery in Chicago where she attended ceremony dedicating the grave marker of her late husband, showman Mike Todd who died a year earlier. On Wednesday, March 23, 2011, Taylor, the violet-eyed film goddess whose sultry screen life was often upstaged by her stormy personal life, died of congestive heart failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, where she had been hospitalized for about six weeks. She was 79. (AP Photo/Ed Maloney, File)

16 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - This Feb. 16, 1997 file photo shows Elizabeth Taylor arriving with Michael Jackson at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles for her birthday celebration. Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File)

17 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In this May 31, 1950 file photo, actress Elizabeth Taylor poses with her new husband, hotel heir Nick Hilton, as they stand on the terrace of their hotel room in Paris while on their honeymoon. Hilton was Taylor's first husband, married from 6 May 1950 – 29 January 1951. (AP Photo/File)

18 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - This 1951 file photo shows actress Elizabeth Taylor with actor Michael Wilding. Wilding was Taylor's second husband, married from 21 February 1952 – 26 January 1957. (AP Photo/File)

19 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In this 1957 file photo, actress Elizabeth Taylor is shown with her husband Mike Todd. Todd was Taylor's third husband, mar ried from 2 February 1957 – 22 March 1958. Todd died on March 22, 1958. It was Taylor's only marriage to not end in divorce. (AP Photo/File)

20 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In this May 12, 1959 file photo, Eddie Fisher stands with his wife Elizabeth Taylor after their marriage in Las Vegas. Publicist Sally Morrison says the actress died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. (AP Photo/File)

21 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In this June 15, 1962 file photo, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor arrive in a motor launch at the small town Porto d'Ischia, on the isle of Ischia in the Gulf of Naples, Italy for the shooting of some scenes of "Cleopatra". (AP Photo/Girolamo, File)

22 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, who is wearing a Cartier diamond of almost 70 carats, arrive at Hotel Hermitage for the Scorpion-Ball in Monaco, in this Nov. 15, 1969 file photo. Burton and Taylor were married twice, from 15 March 1964 – 26 June 1974, and 10 October 1975 – 29 July 1976. (AP Photo/Mae)

23 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - This Jan. 30, 1977 file photo shows actress Elizabeth Taylor and her husband, former secretary of the U.S. Navy John Warner, at the 42nd New York Film Critics Circle Awards dinner in New York. Warner was Taylor's sixth husband, married from 4 December 1976 – 7 November 1982. This was the seventh marriage for Taylor, who was twice married to Richard Burton. (AP Photo/File)

24 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay FILE - In this Nov. 5, 1991 file photo, Elizabeth Taylor arrives at a restaurant accompanied by her husband Larry Fortenski in London. Fortenski was Taylor's seventh husband, married from 6 October 1991 – 31 October 1996. This was the eighth and final marriage for Taylor, who was twice married to Richard Burton. (AP Photo/Gill Allen, File)

25 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Actress Elizabeth Taylor gets kisses from her husband, Richard Burton, right, and director Franco Zeffirelli during a party to celebrate the completion of "The Taming of the Shrew," in Rome, July 30, 1966. (AP Photo)

26 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay British actress Elizabeth Taylor visits the Kruger Park game reserve, just prior to her re-marriage to Richard Burton in Botswana, Africa, Oct. 1975. Taylor is seen here with 'Taga', a young orphaned cheetah who was nursed backed to health by rangers at the reserve. (AP Photo)

27 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay US actor Richard Burton presents a flower to smiling British actress Elizabeth Taylor at the premiere of the movie 'Lawrence of Arabia' in the Theatre des Champs-Elysees in Paris, France, June 1963. (AP Photo)

28 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay British actress Elizabeth Taylor and husband Richard Burton share a joke with U.S entertainer Sammy Davis Jnr. in Davis' dressing room after his opening at New York's Copacabana night club, April. 30, 1964. (AP Photo)

29 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay British actress Elizabeth Taylor poses with her two daughters, 6-year-old Maria Burton, left, and 11-year-old Liza Todd, right, at Boulogne Studios, Paris, Dec. 14, 1968. Where she is filming "The Only Game In Town". The girls are spending their holidays with their mother, whilst on vacation from their school in Switzerland. (AP Photo/HO)

30 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Actress Elizabeth Taylor and her husband actor Richard Burton stroll hand in hand in this fashionable Tyrrhenian seaside resort in Italy, Aug. 14, 1971. (AP Photo)

31 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Lovely Elizabeth Taylor submits herself to the searching close-up lens as she met press cameramen at MGM Studios in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, England on Dec. 20, 1962. Liz was reporting for the first day?s shooting on ?The VIP?s. her latest picture in which she has Richard Burton has her co-star. He plays her husband. (AP Photo)

34 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Actress Elizabeth Taylor and film producer Mike Todd stand beside their car at Idlewild Airport in New York, Jan. 23, 1957, as they wait to board a plane for Mexico City. (AP Photo)

35 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay American film director Mike Todd and his actress wife Elizabeth Taylor get into a spat after missing their flight from London to Nice, June 22, 1957. (AP Photo)

36 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay **FOR USE WITH AP LIFESTYLES** **FILE** Actress Elizabeth Taylor, decked out in a glittering tiara and large drop earrings, is seen at the St. Valentine's Ball given by the American community in Paris, in this Feb. 14, 1958 file photo. (AP Photo/File)

38 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay British actress Elizabeth Taylor is seen here with fiance John Warner, in Vienna, Austria, Oct. 9, 1976, where Taylor is filming the screen version of 'A Little Night Music'. (AP Photo/HO)

39 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Actress Elizabeth Taylor and her husband Eddie Fisher wait for a plane at London Airport, Sept. 7, 1959, on their way to Paris. Ms. Taylor's two sons, Michael and Christopher Wilding are seated at center. (AP Photo)

40 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Actress Elizabeth Taylor is welcomed to Rome by director Joseph L. Mankiewicz, as she and her husband, American singer Eddie Fisher, on Sept. 1, 1961 arrived at Roma?s Fiumicino ?Leonardo Da Vinci? airport. Miss Taylor came to Rome to continue shooting of the film ?Cleopatra. directed by Mankiewicz. The work on the pictures has been interrupted twice, due to Miss Taylor?s illness. (AP Photo/Walter Attanni)

41 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay In this June 19,1958 photo provided by the Las Vegas News Bureau, Elizabeth Taylor, Eddie Fisher, and Debbie Reynolds are at the opening of Eddie FisherÌs show at the Tropicana in Las Vegas. Publicist Sally Morrison says Taylor died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. Ü(AP Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau) NO SALES

42 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay British actress Elizabeth Taylor jokes with husband Eddie Fisher during a party at Leone's restaurant in New York City, Nov. 1959. Exact date unknown. (AP Photo)

43 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Elizabeth Taylor, Eddie Fisher and Taylor's children, Christopher and Michael Wilding, arrive at London Airport, Aug. 28, 1959, from Barcelona where Taylor was filming on location. (AP Photo/Brian Calvert)

45 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Roy Halston, center, poses in his New York showroom Monday night, May 21, 1979 with, from left, Martha Graham, Betty Ford, Elizabeth Taylor Warner and Liza Minnelli. Mrs. Ford presented Halston with the third annual Martha Graham award for Halston's contribution of time, designs and costumes to Miss Graham's dance works. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)

46 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay President Clinton presents actress Elizabeth Taylor with a Presidential Citizens Medal during a ceremony at the White House in Washington Monday, Jan. 8, 2001. The Presidential Citizens Medal was established by President Richard Nixon in 1969 to recognize exemplary service by any citizen. (AP Photo/Ron Edmomds)

48 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay British actress Elizabeth Taylor blows out the candles on her cake whilst celebrating her 50th birthday at Legends nightclub in London, England, Feb. 27, 1982. (AP Photo)

49 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Two-time Oscar-winning actress Elizabeth Taylor, delivers a speech during a charity gala to help raise funds for the children of war-ravaged Chechnya in the historic white marble Beylerbeyi Palace on the shores of the Bosporus in Istanbul on Monday July 28, 1997. Immediately after making her brief speech, she left. Miss Taylor, 65, had a golfball-sized benign tumor removed from her brain in February. (AP Photo/Murad Sezer)

50 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay The spring sun shines on the house in Hampstead, London, Wednesday April 23, 2011, where Elizabeth Taylor was born in 1932. Taylor who died at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, aged 79, was born in London on Feb. 27, 1932, the daughter of Francis Taylor, an art dealer, and the former Sara Sothern, an American stage actress. At the onset of World War II, the Taylors moved to the United States. Francis Taylor opened a gallery in Beverly Hills and, in 1942, his daughter made her screen debut with a bit part in the comedy "There's One Born Every Minute."(AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

51 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay In a March 7, 1956 photo provided by the Las Vegas News Bureau, Elizabeth Taylor shops in Las Vegas. Publicist Sally Morrison says Taylor died Wednesday, March 23, 2011 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure at age 79. Ü(AP Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau) NO SALES

57 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Actress Elizabeth Taylor and her husband Michael Wilding return from their honeymoon in the Swiss Alps, at London Airport, London, March 3, 1952. (AP Photo/Eddie Worth)

58 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay British actress Elizabeth Taylor poses with husband Mike Todd and her sons from a previous marriage, 2-year-old Christopher Wilding, left, and 4-year-old Michael Wilding Jr.,They are on board the liner 'Queen Elizabeth' in New York, prior to sailing for France where they will spend their summer. April. 17, 1957. (AP Photo)

59 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Actress Elizabeth Taylor, decked out in a glittering tiara and large drop earrings, chats with French comedian Fernandel as they attend the St. Valentine's Ball given by the American community in Paris, Feb. 14, 1958. At right is Ms. Taylor's husband Mike Todd. (AP Photo)

60 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Elizabeth Taylor in close up picture as she sits in the back sear of a car when she left the ?Cleopatra? set at Rome?s Cinecitta Studio on April 10, 1962. (AP Photo/Mario Torrisi)

61 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Actress Elizabeth Taylor tries on a pair of Elton John's spectacles as they stand backstage at the Spectrum Theater in Philadelphia, July 7, 1976. (AP Photo/David Nutter)

62 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan say hello to actress Elizabeth Taylor, center, in white, at the Kennedy Center in Washington after her performance in "The Little Foxes," March 20, 1981. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)

64 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Actress Elizabeth Taylor is shown testifying before a senate subcommittee on Capitol Hill May 8, 1986. Taylor asked the senate appropriations labor and health subcommittee to expand greatly the amount of money the government spends to find a cure for the deadly AIDS disease. (AP Photo/Lana Harris)

65 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Elizabeth Taylor and former U.S. President Richard M. Nixon sit in St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church during memorial services for publisher Malcolm Forbes in New York City, Thursday, March 1, 1990. Forbes died last week of a heart attack. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

66 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Elizabeth Taylor laughs and jokes with fans during a promotional tour for her new perfume at a San Francisco department store on Friday, Oct. 12, 1991. Taylor appeared to be in good spirits as she answered questions from fans regarding her recent marriage to Larry Fortensky. (AP Photo/Olga Shalygin)

68 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Flowers and a portrait adorn Elizabeth Taylor's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles Wednesday, March 23, 2011. Taylor died early Wednesday of congestive heart failure at the age of 79. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

69 of 69 Link to this photo | Comments about this photo essay Flowers and a portrait adorn Elizabeth Taylor's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles Wednesday, March 23, 2011. Taylor died early Wednesday of congestive heart failure at the age of 79. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)