Most men derive erotic pleasure when they see women display their ample bosoms. In the following video, the woman examiner exposes her cleavage in a seductive manner. If you are attending this erotic exam how would you react?
- Cleavage! What’s in It? (eroticpink.wordpress.com)
This is my third and final post of the day. The snow has finally stopped coming down, to which I think now the total snow fall in Lancaster, NY is a whopping 90″. You know, I write these numbers and it just is not going into my head, that we really have this much snow on the ground, falling in a matter of 3 days. Now that I have seen what I have, I can honestly say nothing is impossible!
I do not know where this storm is going. The “experts” say that the winds will pick up tomorrow, making visibility near zero. They also said we were in for an additional 2-3 feet of snow, which turned out to be only a few inches. I don’t think anyone knows quite what to expect. The last I heard, the officials want this area declared a National Disaster Area, and I…
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Are you fagged, zonked, dicky, and had pavement Pizza after being on the piss? Or are you knackered after being bloody lucky on the pull, bonking a dishy, blinding, dear slapper in Blighty? A word of caution. Don’t become a tosser using cobblers pretending to be a toff and cock up. Above all, don’t be fruity and ask a British lady how her father is and get slapped and blow off.
The Oxford Dictionary of English Grammar (1994) describes slang as:
“Words, phrases, and uses that are regarded as informal and are often restricted to special contexts or are peculiar to a specific profession, classes etc.”
The Meriam-Webster Dictionary describes slang as:
“Words that are not considered part of the standard vocabulary of a language and that are used very informally in speech especially by a particular group of people
Collins English Dictionary…
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Let your wife be a fountain of blessing for you. Rejoice in the wife of your youth.
She is a loving doe, a graceful deer. Let her breasts satisfy you always. May you always be captivated by her love.
Why be captivated, my son, with an immoral woman, or embrace the breasts of an adulterous woman?
– Proverbs 5:18-20 (New Living Translation)
Daily I delete hundreds of spam comments on my blogs. Most of these comments are just covert advertisements for:
“Anti-gravity solutions for pendulous breasts”;
Various food supplements to “lengthen and enlarge the male penis”;
Sildenafil tablets for “gorging, stiffening, and erecting the prick”;
and many other dubious nonsenses.
Luckily, Akismet filters out almost 99.5% of these flagrant comments from my WordPress blogs.
When I surf the internet, I am bombarded with images of voluptuous females with perfect boobs. By the way, what criteria do you use to judge perfect breasts?
Does your wife have perfect breasts? Are the breasts of your neighbour’s wife looking better than those of your wife? Whose breasts are examples of youthful perfection, your wife’s or your neighbour’s? Read my article “Expose: All Women Are Not Born Equal!“
Do you think the other woman’s breast looks gorgeous? If they are, how sure are you that they are not held high with anti-gravity contraptions such as a bra?
Or perhaps those enticing boobs of your neighbour have undergone expensive breast reconstruction work!
Do you think only men are interested in the size of boobs? How about women? Have you ever thought about the other side of the equation? Do you think women do not slyly look at a man’s fly yearning to know the size he is endowed with? If you think women are innocent, then see the following video.
Years ago, before 1996, the nude figure of a woman in a magazine or a hardcore video induced men to make a tent in their trousers. But now? Most men can’t get it up without the little blue pill!
Here are a few comments I came across about funding health researches:
Parkinson’s funding is a little shaky too.
Funding for Chron’s Disease is shitty as well.
Funding for Glaucoma research looks a bit hazy.
Funding for schizophrenia is just crazy.
Funding for cancer is dying.
Funding for AIDS was just fucked.
Funding for breast cancer has gone tits up and a little jiggly.
Funding for elephantiasis has not seen enormous growth as predicted.
Funding to fight alcoholism has tanked.
Funding for cannabis keeps getting higher and higher.
Haven’t heard a thing about funding for the deaf though.
Funding for diabetes is spiking.
Funding for dermatitis is a bit flaky.
Efforts for leprosy seem to keep falling apart.
Funding for the cure for blindness has yet to be seen.
All the money put into sexing people up will encourage procreation. And with more new people on the earth, the percentage of people with Alzheimer’s will go down.
Wait… Wait! I was going to comment something here, but I can’t remember what it was. May be I’ll remember it some other time. 🙂
- Expose: All Women Are Not Born Equal! (eroticpink.wordpress.com)
- Breast augmentation (en.wikipedia.org)
- Sildenafil (en.wikipedia.org)
Be careful when you ask a modern British woman ‘how her father is’. You know not what you’re asking! She might even slap you.
The origin of the phrase is open to interpretation. The Urban Dictionary has seven thoughts about where it could have come from.
The first instance about the phrase “How is your father?” is hilarious.
Writer and historian Michael Kelly, a New Zealander, traces the origin of the expression “How’s your father?” to the Victorian era.
In those days, men with daughters were very protective. The fathers took extraordinary measures to safeguard the virtue of their unmarried daughters.
Unmarried girls were kept within the bosom of their family and chaperoned on excursions. On those occasions when let out-of-bounds for social events, their fathers would often go with them discreetly.
Believe it or not, those fathers used to hide underneath the voluminous skirts…
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Nowadays, while browsing a glamour magazine, the computer or mobile phone one expects to see nude images of women.
During the mid 20th century, men drooled over Jean Harlow, Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, , Bettie Page, Elizabeth Taylor, etc.
Now they crave after the voluptuous bodies of Janet Jackson, Penelope Cruz, Salma Hayek, Halle Berry, Aishwarya Rai, and so on.
Whatever the wishful dreams are, ultimately, one has to wake up to reality.
Do you think all the pretty and pleasant faced women you come across, face-to-face daily, have symmetrical appendages? Are all women 8-Figured, like the women one sees in the media?
The answer is an emphatic “No”.
Almost all women are taught that their bodies hold all their inherent values. But, many women feel embarrassed when they see their own reflection in the mirrors. They see an uneven pair of breasts, asymmetrical nipples surrounded by small to wide areola. They see their pot bellies, stretch marks, body hair, scarred legs, etc. Then, they feel dejected for not looking even an iota like the women they see in films, televisions, and magazines. They then detest their own nude bodies. They keep their bodies hidden by clothing them. These women are not alone.
Jes Baker from Tucson, Arizona, describes herself as a mental health professional, pastry chef, ex-art major, crazy cat lady, fat model, fiery advocate, and total pain in the ass.
Liora K., is an Arizona photographer. She uses nudity in her artwork. Liora says that she would, and do, use nudity in her artwork: “It’s not accidental. I love photographing bodies. I find them all beautiful, and I find that nude bodies evoke a sense of connection among humans in a way that clothed bodies don’t.”
Jes Baker and Liora decided “that it was time to see more diversity represented in the media … But not just diversity. Diversity framed beautifully.”
In 2013, they hosted the largest photo shoot they had ever done. All kinds of women, 68 in all, were photographed and shown nude online. They proved that the unphotoshopped images of the women’s bodies did not need changing or shifting, and they were enough.
Recently, Jes Baker and Liora K., joined hands in another project along with 96 other women. They undressed their glorious bodies in a beautiful room in Tucson, Arizona.
Jes Baker said:
“Nearly all had something to personally gain from the experience; it was a test of self-trust. They bared all to defy a lifetime of being told that their bodies were less than camera ready. And defy they did. Every time the shutter clicked, triumph was theirs. God, it was moving.
But they also bared all for you. They undressed because they wanted to share their curves and angles, smiles and frowns, firmness and softness, strength and fear… with you. With the world. With everyone who wonders if they are alone in their physical form.
We all know that what we see in the media isn’t the whole story. It’s not representative of all of us. And because of what we see (or rather DON’T see) we start to believe that we are the only one with our particular stretch marks. Our uneven boobs. Our scarred legs. Our asymmetrical nipples. Our belly shape. Our body hair. Our what-ever-it-is-that-you-don’t-see-on-display-any-where-else… Rarely do we see our beautiful and complex combination of body parts that makes us magnificent.
And when we feel alone in our body, we feel as though we are not enough. When the truth is: we are MORE than enough. And we are not alone.”
Click on this link to view the whole series at The Expose Project’s website –> “EXPOSE: SHEDDING LIGHT ON COLLECTIVE BEAUTY”
- EXPOSE: SHEDDING LIGHT ON COLLECTIVE BEAUTY (theexposeproject.com)
- EXPOSE: SHEDDING LIGHT ON COLLECTIVE BEAUTY (themilitantbaker.com)
- JES BAKER AND LIORA K’S “EXPOSE: 2014” PHOTOGRAPHS CELEBRATE BEAUTIFUL BODIES OF ALL SHAPES (bustle.com)