Skip to comments.Spring Break Swimsuit Guide: The Best Suits for Every Shape (OF COURSE there are pictures)
Posted on 03/03/2009 10:20:01 PM PST by Stoat
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Batavia is about to pass out from lack of blood to the brain.....there’s a migratory event taking place....
Americans are for sure fatter...
all except rich white women who endure peer pressure...Asian women seem to stay tin too...especially Chinese
Equal time for the Ladies!!!!!! Why are there pictures of Teddy Kennedy????? We need pictures of David Beckham!!!!! I do not know how to post pictures and I asked my Husband and he did not want to do it. The Emporio Armani Ad with David Beckham in his briefs, would work nicely. It is always tatas and bum parade with nothing for us Ladies to look at./Just Asking - seoul62......
My daughter goes to Lipscomb. She is thinnish. 5’3” 105 pounds
Her sorority sisters are overweight....at least 75% of them.
I just went thru Ole Miss this weekend and actually ate at Newks (southern Deli chain) and walked around campus (where I went)). The girls are heavier...not Wal Mart heavy but I’s say 10-15% thicker.
Myself and DC2000 went there in the 70s and the women were nearly all slender and fit and many were gorgeous. They are still pretty but just fatter.
And there is a lot of pressure there to look good. didn’t get the chance to review but I’d bet most Tri-Delts, KDs and Chi Omegas at Ole Miss are still fairly proportional...and often blonde...lol
I bet SMU in Dallas or University of Alabama, the schools most resembling Ole Miss demographics are similar today too.
Made love with a Chinese woman once.
An hour later I was horny again.
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Just answering :-)
Thank you and all noted./Just Asking - seoul62......
Any tech savvy FReeper want to turn those 12 pictures (4 across x 3 down)into a nice wallpaper picture?
I'm torn between thinking that that's more information than I needed to know, but also thinking that that's a very interesting observation.
Very nice, thank you. Other honorable mentions: Mark Dacascos-*(did you see his performance as the character: Mani in the movie-*( Brotherhood of the Wolf? He could stop traffic with that face and body)*, Russell Wong and Dhani Jones./Just Asking - seoul62.
I’ve only seen Mark Dacascos on Iron Chef America, IIRC. He is quite nimble, although a little thin for my taste. I prefer Russel Wong is a stronger presence.
Dhani Jones certainly has the body of a true athelete but I don’t have cable TV and I don’t follow sports so I had to google him to find out about him.
I find male beauty in every nationality./Just Asking - seoul62......
So not guilty!! Court has been adjourned!
I think my gay coworker just went straight looking at that set.
She and I could share clothes but, at my age, I would look ridiculous! ;o)
Sorry to hear that the girls are hefting up.
Bet they are still prettier than most, though.
Come on, show me some fat women! Real, real FAT women! Fat enough that they’ll suffocate me!
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