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post #12586 of 14508
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

It was good many moons ago like a lot of things..

You might be referring to Jennifer Aniston's moons.
post #12587 of 14508
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

You might be referring to Jennifer Aniston's moons.

I'd still let them rise and set on me.
post #12588 of 14508
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

You might be referring to Jennifer Aniston's moons.

I just watched Horrible Bosses a few days ago..

Jennifer..worship.gif
post #12589 of 14508
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post

You can buy a whole salmon in Nagoya airport. Not a salmon steak, but a whole frozen fish. This is in international departures too, I suppose for people traveling to those countries where it makes for a perfect gift to your host.


How do they pack it?

I would imagine that it's going to smell terribly after/during a 15 hour flight.

I would hide under someone's seat, while everyone is sleeping or leave it in the lavatory, with a note saying something like " I feel like a fish out of water" "going up steam?"
post #12590 of 14508
It was packed in plastic freeze wrap, in the shop freezer. I envisioned them just pulling the thing out of the freezer and putting it in your arms. That may not in fact be accurate, but it's funnier to think of
post #12591 of 14508
Why do people get tattoos in script if they don't want others to read them?

So, I'm sitting at a Galleria area Starbucks here ion Houston, minding my business, when a stripper walks in. No, she didn't have a sign saying she was a stripper but all the hallmarks were there and my stipperdar is accurate.

Anyway, it's hot in Houston, and she was wearing a very tiny halter top. Under her left tit was a very big tattoo in script with a lengthy inscription. Might have been the constitution, a shopping list, or a poem she wrote.

Being inquisitive, I figured I'd read it. So I bent down a little to her chest level and took a gander. I hadn't even read the first sentence, when she saw my reading and got very upset.

She said, "What are you doing?". I said I'm reading your lovely tattoo!". She acted like I was looking up her skirt, and walked away in a huff.

My question is, why the hell would anyone get a long script tattoo in a place it can be easily seen, if they don't want anyone to read it?

I just don't get it!

From Google

It was placed like this but with more script,



About this much script, or more,



It was Classy with a capital C biggrin.gif
post #12592 of 14508
You're an old creep. If it was a young stallion with huge muscles and $100 bills coming out of his asshole she would have been perfectly fine with it.
post #12593 of 14508
Tats under boobs are not available for free with a public library card. Those are pay for view.
post #12594 of 14508
Dude, do you really not see how leaning into a woman woman's chest and staring is creepertastic?

For the most part, I agree that people with tattoos probably ought to expect to be asked about them on occasion, and there's likely often an element of look-at-me-ness to visible ink (though probably no more than the average SFer with clothing). I don't get offended when people ask about mine, and generally welcome conversation about it, since anything I put on my body indelibly is going to have some personal meaning. However, noticing a tattoo, or even asking about it, is a lot different than ogling it (and/or its owner).
post #12595 of 14508
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

Dude, do you really not see how leaning into a woman woman's chest and staring is creepertastic?

For the most part, I agree that people with tattoos probably ought to expect to be asked about them on occasion, and there's probably often an element of look-at-me-ness to visible ink (though probably no more than the average SFer with clothing). I don't get offended when people ask about mine, and generally welcome conversation about it, since anything I put on my body indelibly probably has some meaning. However, noticing a tattoo, or even asking about it, is a lot different than ogling it (and/or its owner).

Is that as opposed to the type of woman some folks who post here prefer to date?
post #12596 of 14508
I think she just didn't want you to read it.

Tattoo where you can't see them yourself are kind of dumb.
post #12597 of 14508
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

Is that as opposed to the type of woman some folks who post here prefer to date?

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That was a weird quirk of my phone's autocorrect, but it is strangely appropriate.
post #12598 of 14508
I was actually thinking of this today. I was talking behind these two dudes and the one guy had some interesting looking ink and I was trying to get a good look at it and he looked at me scathingly as if I was staring at his tattoos in disgust rather than curiosity.
post #12599 of 14508
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

Dude, do you really not see how leaning into a woman woman's chest and staring is creepertastic?

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Disagree,

I wasn't "leaning into her chest". I just lowered a little to be at eye level with the artistic masterpiece.

I ninja edited the pics in, but the second pic give's a good idea of the tat and her garb, other than the tat was under her tit and not on her side.

Ya really gonna say that someone with a tat like that, and a skimpy halter top, should expect that others will not read it?
post #12600 of 14508
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

Disagree,

I wasn't "leaning into her chest". I just lowered a little to be at eye level with the artistic masterpiece.

I ninja edited the pics in, but the second pic give's a good idea of the tat and her garb, other than the tat was under her tit and not on her side.

Ya really gonna say that someone with a tat like that, and a skimpy halter top, should expect that others will not read it?

I'm not saying they shouldn't expect others to read it; I'm saying there's a difference between reading it and going all creeper by getting down to tit level to stare for a while. Same logic goes for any adornment meant to draw attention or flatter - it's fine to observe it politely, but it's rude to stare or make a production of it.
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