Discussion in 'General Dance Discussion' started by VRRDA, Aug 3, 2006.
don't ever use the word reputation on this forum AGAIN...lol
Lol! Or hey, what about allowing him grab you there instead of grabbing your arm like what happened to me last night??? Hey... if the guy is cute... :raisebro:
Funny thing was that this was the second time this had happened to me. The first guy well... not so cute. But it was only funny, because if you knew him... well... you would understand. (Oh and he ended up poking me there, not grabbing me lol.) And the second time (last night I mean) was an instructor I was dancing with (not my instructor). He was really embarrassed lol, but then proud of himself afterwards lol. But if the guy were creepy... let me tell u...
Should have picked up that t-shirt in Mexico for reference on this remark. It shows [in cartoon form] several different pairs and classifies them by name (eg, limones, sandías). Trying to recall the image from my memory, there were 30 to 50 different classifications.
BTW, I remember hearing that remark back at the end of the 60's in connection with the opening of topless bars.
Around that time, Alan Fudd (sorry, my mind just blanked on his name) did a movie version of his "Candid Camera" show, What Do You Say to a Naked Lady?. One of the setups was a truck-stop diner with topless waitresses. It's amazing how many truckers ordered milk.
same old same old
Some very funny responses, by the way, the c.camera guys name ,-- Alan Funt, the husband of betty White the comedian/ actress .
Like I said, my brain wasn't quite working. And it's easy to confuse Alan and Elmer given their similar hair styles. Though Alan didn't seem as animated as Elmer.
Er, I believe that was Allen Ludden, of Password fame.
whats in a name
You are so right !!--must be my senior moment kicking in--- if we kept this up, he could have finished up being, henry fonda !! Didn,t mean to marry her off to someone else .
I dunno...is it the same difference between a game on grass and a game on bare...earth?
Well, there is always this picture on the internet ( http://www.thehumorarchives.com/humor/0001034.html ) --- don't look at it at work, of course...
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That's generally what the shirt was like, only by a different artist who made them more Latina y más chicas. And the captions were bilingual.
Only 21 pairs? Sure seemed like more at the time.
DWise--I see my favorite pic is back! :raisebro:
I love a man in a skirt...um...kilt.
** gulp **
Don't worry - she's relatively harmless.
Dont we have a looking at cleavage thread someplace? *hmmmmm
I think I might just be offended! ;-)
Uh...yeah...I thought I saw one around here someplace...
Besides, at some point someone talked about equal opportunity ogling. Kilts are mighty convenient for ogling nice legs on a guy.
Does that mean she's only harmless with relatives and the rest of us need to watch out?
Or Laurel and Hardy's Putting Pants on Philip (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00005QBZH/002-3314110-6672821?n=404272):
I've only seen part of the scene in the tailor shop, where Stan recoils in horror when the tailor tries to measure his in-seam and Oliver calms him down and reassures him and then there's that hand again!
Hehehe. You are not.
Well, you'll need to ask her about that one.
Alright, alright, I admit it!
When I meet a woman at a dance, I have this habit of letting my glance quickly drop from her eyes so that I can not so discretely check out her "pair"...
....of dance shoes!
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