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Bridgette Does ''Another Irish Drinking Song'' by CCB-18 Bridgette Does ''Another Irish Drinking Song'' by CCB-18
"...then we'll throw up, pass out, wake up and then go drinkin' once again!"

As a commemoration to the closing of Bridgette's Belly this week, I wanted to so something a little special, but was unsure of what...but thankfully, I planned ahead, after watching this MLP:FiM Parody of Another Irish Drinking… and saw Bridgette doing the last line of the chorus...

NOTE: This is a mixture of Bridgette either pregnant, or having stuffed herself silly (which practically was the base-line of her comic) don't worry about her pregnant whilst drinking.

The collage of panels from the comics are as follows as in the Tiger Thighs site where this comic is located, but has no proper archive page;
  • "Throw Up..."; 2011/11/16 - Upon returning from Fat Camp, only to soon discover she was pregnant with the twins.
  • "...Pass Out..."; 10/06/2011 - Just as she was discovered asleep in the now empty pantry by her friends and Bea.
  • "...Wake Up..."; 2012/03/13 - Just as Bridgette wakes up from a nap (which I would've used for my other choice for "Pass Out" and right before her waters break with the twins.
  • "...Then Go Drinking Once Again"; 10/03/11 - After getting locked in a pantry, and finding some liquid nourishment.
Well, never the less, God's speed Bridgette's Belly. You made a good run in a forever pregnancy, next to Tavatania of Gene Catlow, of course (even if your records were lost to the world)...

Bridgette's Belly © :icona-fraser:
Collage © Me
Djjacob1954 Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2017
Please do more of her.
ZhermanZays Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2018  Hobbyist Writer
Please stop commanding people to do things that you want to see from them. It's rude and inconsiderate.
CCB-18 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd like to, but I can't think of anything else to do with Bridgette, aside from a skit of Kenneth Williams describing himself in a sketch on the classic BBC Radio show Round the Horne - but it works better as a video (which sadly I don't have devices to create, though I have the software)
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