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post #6466 of 7220
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post


Oh dear...

Okay lets discuss the Fister Rogers picture sartorially.

  1. The shorts look like unbuttoned breeks
  2. The shorts are low rise and the shirt would show if that jacket were ever buttoned.
  3. The tie is too wide and hides the emaciated rib cage.
  4. If the tie is a harness, the harness should not be around the neck if lifting the individual in the dungeon.
  5. His knees are to pointy.

Level of bondage: 2 (out of 10, 10 being best)
Level of goth: 3 (out of 10, 10 being best)
Level of vampire 1 (out of 10, 10 being best)
Level of Eddie Munster: 8 (out of 10, 10 being best)
post #6467 of 7220
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
It was an interesting photo ...

A bit sadistic but still interesting..

FTFY
post #6468 of 7220
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Originally Posted by AE7 View Post
FTFY
You must be quite sheltered.
post #6469 of 7220
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Originally Posted by chrisb0109 View Post
You must be quite sheltered.
There is nothing manly in torturing a bird or disfiguring her body.
post #6470 of 7220
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Originally Posted by AE7 View Post
There is nothing manly in torturing a bird or disfiguring her body.
This isn't the place. Take it elsewhere if it bothers you so much. I fail to see how it was relevant in the first place.
post #6471 of 7220
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Originally Posted by chrisb0109 View Post
This isn't the place. Take it elsewhere if it bothers you so much. I fail to see how it was relevant in the first place.

I was looking forward to the dead rat triology...

Bloody cat...
post #6472 of 7220
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Originally Posted by AE7 View Post
There is nothing manly in torturing a bird or disfiguring her body.

I once boiled a bird and then discected the body, added an onion for taste.

I called this piece of Art: Chicken soup.
post #6473 of 7220
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Originally Posted by AE7 View Post
There is nothing manly in torturing a bird or disfiguring her body.

Did he have sex with it before killing it?

In that case , he must be banned.
post #6474 of 7220
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Did he have sex with it before killing it?

In that case , he must be banned.

My last "PETA-related" post: look at the corpse - neck is not twisted, no cuts, no blood. For me it appears that the bird was just killed by wax. Even if she was not to treat a corpse for aesthetic purposes like that is quite un-ethical.
post #6475 of 7220
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Originally Posted by AE7 View Post
My last "PETA-related" post: look at the corpse - neck is not twisted, no cuts, no blood. For me it appears that the bird was just killed by wax. Even if she was not to treat a corpse for aesthetic purposes like that is quite un-ethical.

A dead bird connaisseur. I once saw a bird and was almost sure it was alive. Then it flew away, so how can we be sure?
post #6476 of 7220
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Originally Posted by CDFS View Post
A dead bird connaisseur. I once saw a bird and was almost sure it was alive. Then it flew away, so how can we be sure?

He is our in-house taxidermist and forensic consultant...
post #6477 of 7220
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
"Easter in Harlem"



I don't like the colour play/concept here, but it is certainly interesting, and quite striking.

No, not really. Quite boring. Another poster commented that this guy has swagger. Old men do not have swagger. They have dignity. This is what you are seeing in that photo.
post #6478 of 7220
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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post
She looks like a glass of milk.

Yea-only she doesn't.
post #6479 of 7220
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Originally Posted by glowell222 View Post
Yea-only she doesn't.

I would only sleep next to her if I had a stake, holy water and clow of garlic under my pillow...

She is freaking me out..
post #6480 of 7220
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
I would only sleep next to her if I had a stake, holy water and clow of garlic under my pillow...

She is freaking me out..

I would not mind exorcising her.
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