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Breasts are designed to be self supporting if they are allowed to be. Bra Free - Bras and Breast Cancer
Dude, I was in the Peace Corps and I can guarantee that breasts do not self-support when chicks hit the Cruiser Age. Let's just say the romantic patina wears off when you see women using their breasts to hold stuff when their hands are full (kind of like those refrigerator magnet clips). Shudder.
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Dude, I was in the Peace Corps and I can guarantee that breasts do not self-support when chicks hit the Cruiser Age. Let's just say the romantic patina wears off when you see women using their breasts to hold stuff when their hands are full (kind of like those refrigerator magnet clips). Shudder.
That is true.

They can be useful tools, though. Go to youtube and search for the woman who crushes cans with her breasts.
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That is true.

They can be useful tools, though. Go to youtube and search for the woman who crushes cans with her breasts.
yes, but i need the gal that can open them!!
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That is true.

They can be useful tools, though. Go to youtube and search for the woman who crushes cans with her breasts.
Great. "Hey! I'm dating a freakin' trash compactor!"
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During this past summer, our crew was about 50% female. 3 young, blonde, tan, 20-somethings, and a later 20's, brunette, nuclear chemist. All three were a treat to sail with and I love 'em dearly.

Anyway, just prior to the start of a longer, summer race one says to the other "Can you put some lotion on my back?"

The skipper and I looked at each other silently for a moment, then he says "You know, you usually have to pay to see this on shore."

What a great summer.
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I dated a (female) brunette, nuclear chemist for six or seven years. I didn't know there was two of them in existence.
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I dated a (female) brunette, nuclear chemist for six or seven years. I didn't know there was two of them in existence.
Awkward silence as you both realize it's the same chick.
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Awkward silence as you both realize it's the same chick.
Nah, for George to have dated her for 6-7 years, he'd have been dating her when she was 18-19.

Not that it matters. I didn't date her, I was just a spectator.
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