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#61 daunce lynam

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Posted 25 February 2012 - 07:17 PM


Ba'al Chatzaf


Bob:

What does you signature line in Yiddish mean?

I said it referred to, "If my grandmother had testicles she would be my grandfather!"

Canadian inquiring minds want to know...

Adam


I did not know that was how Yiddish was written down, I thought it was Hebrew and a continuation of his Famous Last Words theme.."I will pull down this Philistine Temple or die trying"! - Samson

#62 daunce lynam

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Posted 26 February 2012 - 09:30 AM

In my list of cultural expressions of the masculist aesthetic I should have included the Joe Tex classic, "Skinny Legs and All."

#63 Dennis Hardin

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 07:29 PM



Unless Ellen or Angela notice this thread, or (shudder) Janet, I guess only the men can give insight (intellectual insight, Adam! not up-skirt), but really, maybe I never met real Alpha males or whatever in my single days, but the attitude of the guys who got to see our breasts were, they were breasts, and therefore beautiful. Now there seems to be a scale, bigger is better, look at that poor Triple-D girl. Do men really want breasts to be that big?


For me, there is definitely something symbolic about large breasts, as if the woman adorning them was underscoring her feminine sexuality and sensuality by her physical appearance.


Looks like there is some scientific basis for male fascination with the size of the female breast.

Breast size: a human anomaly

The full, plump bosom seen in the human ape is an anomaly. No other primate has a permanent breast.

So it has been widely theorised that the plump buttock and bosom of modern women are sexual ornaments, selected for by ancestral males.


So don't blame us if we're distracted when girls dress like this.Posted Image It's our ancestors' fault.



The same goes for female interest in penis size.

Penis size: An Evolutionary Perspective

Females have an evolved interest in the size of a man's penis, which has been sexually selected for its size and shape. But humans are also selected for creativity – we are highly innovative, imaginative apes. Accordingly, women's minds can be aroused by creativity and being sexually imaginative can be physically arousing, adding satisfying metaphorical inches to one's love life.


The author, interestingly, is a female.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 09:56 PM

So silly. If the boobs aren't enough just turn her over.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 10:24 PM

So silly. If the boobs aren't enough just turn her over.

--Brant


Kinda like a flapjack...

Or the World War II song...

We've tried it once or twice
And found it rather nice

Chorus:
Roll me over lay me down and do it again
Roll me over in the clover, roll me over lay me down and do it again

Oh this is number one
And the fun has just begun

Oh this is number two,
Down in front he's comin through

Oh this is number three
And his hand is on me knee

Oh this is number four
And he's been there twice before

Oh this is number five
I'm surprised I'm still alive

Oh this is number six,
And he's got me doin tricks

Well this is number seven,
And he took me straight to heaven

Oh this is number eight,
He bent me o'er the garden gate

Oh this is number nine,
And the baby's doin fine

Oh this is number ten,
And when he's through we'll do it again

Oh this is number eleven
and it's just like number seven
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Posted 10 March 2012 - 11:18 PM

How about the WWI song, The Mademoiselle from Armentieres?

Hasn't been f___ed in 40 years!

Got any more bawdy lyrics? The American soldiers in the Great War made up a bunch. The "mademoiselle" had pissed them off!

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#67 Dennis Hardin

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Posted 11 March 2012 - 01:31 AM

Can we please get back to a serious discussion of the important issues I raised, gentlemen?



A little story (from my troubled youth) about this young girl who liked to swim around the pier in Atlantic City. . .

“She could float like a feather, and dive like a duck
And show by her motions, she knew how to . . .(Frolic in the water. . .)




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