Skip to comments."Cleavage Appreciation Day" Is a Thing. Who Knew?
Posted on 01/28/2013 9:52:50 PM PST by Slings and Arrows
Your humble narrator has just been informed that today is "Cleavage Appreciation Day" -- which, we assumed prior to this notification, was simply any day ending in a "y."
We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto.
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I had a friend that I nicknamed “Cleavage” it started a movement ... all of her friends would text me pics of cleavage (1) to see if I could identify which belonged to who and (2) “Hey we are here where are you?” (kinda went with #1)
The moniker stuck with her, I still call her Cleavage after all these years even if it is no longer descriptive... now I would nick name her twiggy (she quit having babies... a loss to all of us that appreciate a low cut blouse and a little meat on the bones) she is a great sport and a good friend.
Kid: There's a Mother's Day and a Father's Day, why isn't there a kid's day?
Dad: For the same reason there isn't a cleavage appreciation day.
Yes! In BEFORE! The Helen Thomas Picture. :D
As my mother used to say, “Yeah, she wore the dress. But her heart wasn’t in it...”
Women: They're operatin' on a whole 'nother level.
Everyday is cleavage appreciation day.
“This thread ought to degenerate into a pic posting frenzy if it were earlier in the night.”
Its early somewhere..frenzy away...
Those eyes said it all ... “ (fill in the blank) “ and She would be right.
Who would have thought the “Plastics” line from the movie “The Graduate” would have devolved into silicone implants.
The rule used to be: If you want to see more, you make a point of maintaining eye contact...
I had to give this gallant Marine some kudos. He must be straining with every muscle in his face to keep his eyes on her face.
Oh jeez I never thought cleavage could become part of the current climate on gun control until I went to my local FFL dealer to pick up an AK-47 I had ordered online.
The chick behind the counter in the tight top who leaned over said counter to help me fill out the 4473 gave me a glimpse of her Promised Land like you wouldn’t believe.
I tore my eyes away for a moment and prayed, “Lord, I thank Thee for giving Thy humble servant this heavenly vision of some the beautiful things which Thou hast made!”
Thank goodness I will soon have another weapon awaiting pickup, it’s my only excuse to go there since their rifle rack is bare (oops on that choice of words). I’m sure the same gal will assist me. Maybe it was my Vietnam vet’s cap.
Palmetto State Armory if you don’t believe me.
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