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Dear girls, please keep doing...

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This was a great thread that we lost. Here's my kickstart:



 

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No argument here!
 

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Originally Posted by Funeral Wog
Dear girls keep on doing...........
As you can probably tell, l LOVE tramps that are half my age.

And crack


Breast implants need to go the way of the fe-mullet.
Tom
 

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This thread was mostly charming last time around, IIRC.

Keep wearing jeans that fit. Almost any jeans (no mom jeans).

Also, please start ignoring men who encourage you to ho yourself up for their, ahem, amusement.
 

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Women in skirt suits. Well-tailored pastel-colored winter coat.

When casual, wearing a baseball cap with the ponytail coming out through the size-adjusting loop in the back. It's probably because I find tennis playing females instantly more attractive, but that look is very hot to me.
 

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Pilates.

E
 

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Originally Posted by tiger02
Breast implants need to go the way of the fe-mullet.

Agreed. And a HUGE second on the thigh-highs and heels.

Keep doing: boyshort panties. Ahem. No pics because we're trying to keep this above board.

Jeans with heels:



Low-backed halter tops:

 

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Agh! Light blue denim.
 

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Originally Posted by Arethusa
Agh! Light blue denim.

Well, dark is better, but it was the first appropriate GIS response I found. Sorry.
 

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Low-rise dress slacks look incredibly hot on the right woman.

'Au naturel' always, even if your assets are modest.

No tattoos larger than a dime.

And yes, Pilates -- good God, Pilates!
 

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Originally Posted by Funeral Wog
wearing high heels that expose the toes.

do you mean open toed shoes or toe cleavage?
im thinking someone has a foot fetish...
 

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Originally Posted by Quirk
Low-rise dress slacks look incredibly hot on the right woman.

'Au naturel' always, even if your assets are modest.

No tattoos larger than a dime.

And yes, Pilates -- good God, Pilates!


Turning the creepy factor down a bit...I agree with all of the above. I saw flat fronted dress trousers on a women the other day and I was floored. Ladies, if you have the legs and the pants, please keep on doing.

I'll add:
Yoga
Long legs jogging in short-shorts
Women rock climbing

Did I mention I've been at the gym a lot lately?

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This thread is creeping me out.
 

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