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I know this photo has made its rounds before, but I think it's a much better example of how sailing and thongs can go together.
Maybe I'm just showing my age but even that application of a thong doesn't appeal much. The whole butt flossing thing has always left me less than impressed - it just looks so uncomfortable and leaves nothing to the imagination. I much prefer a skimpy bit of fabric "covering" a little cheek - far sexier to my eye.

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I much prefer a skimpy bit of fabric "covering" a little cheek - far sexier to my eye.
I agree. Cheeky bottoms are much sexier than thongs. And much more comfortable.


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Maybe I'm just showing my age but even that application of a thong doesn't appeal much. The whole butt flossing thing has always left me less than impressed - it just looks so uncomfortable and leaves nothing to the imagination. I much prefer a skimpy bit of fabric "covering" a little cheek - far sexier to my eye.
Dude- she's hot. Who cares what a hot chick wears? I repeat, she's hot.
If I want something left to the imagination, I'll invite David Blaine on my boat and NOT ask him how he does it.
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Dude- she's hot. Who cares what a hot chick wears? I repeat, she's hot.
If I want something left to the imagination, I'll invite David Blaine on my boat and NOT ask him how he does it.
Could not have said it better.

Imagination is fine when necessary, but when you have something like that to look at, who needs it?

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I know this photo has made its rounds before, but I think it's a much better example of how sailing and thongs can go together.
Well, if you enjoyed that year old picture, you may appreciate a series of much more recent ones posted on their blog this week



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