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fireheart
01-03-2015, 07:01 AM
Ye Not-So-Local Swimming Pool is NOT the place to be pulling down your bathing suit tops and comparing cleavage.

It was quite hilarious though to see this little boy (no older than maybe 2) "pretend" to push his daddy into the kids pool. :lol: (Daddy was not in any harm at all, he was sitting in a position where he could fall back in himself and control it)

And no matter how repetitive it gets, it was kinda hilarious hearing the little kids scream when the big bucket went off.

Evannah
01-03-2015, 09:41 AM
Some people have no shame and very little morals. There are children about. They don't need to see that.

fireheart
01-03-2015, 09:49 AM
Some people have no shame and very little morals. There are children about. They don't need to see that.

I should explain, the pool complex itself has two levels, the top level has a gym, the entrance and a cafe, the bottom level has everything else. The ladies were in the outdoor area of the cafe. But yeah...it was very strange.

I also do not understand how women can wear strapless bikinis at the pool....I would be worried about inadvertently flashing someone! (Then again, I'm quite busty)

Evannah
01-03-2015, 09:57 AM
I should explain, the pool complex itself has two levels, the top level has a gym, the entrance and a cafe, the bottom level has everything else. The ladies were in the outdoor area of the cafe. But yeah...it was very strange.

I also do not understand how women can wear strapless bikinis at the pool....I would be worried about inadvertently flashing someone! (Then again, I'm quite busty)

So they were doing it where people were eating? I wouldn't like to see boob when I'm eating lol.

And I'm the opposite. I'm flat-chested and even elasticated tops/bikinis just come down (or they ride up, right over my chest) because there's literally nothing to support them.

An Haddock
01-03-2015, 02:01 PM
So they were doing it where people were eating? I wouldn't like to see boob when I'm eating lol.


You must not go to Hooters very much...


And I'm the opposite. I'm flat-chested and even elasticated tops/bikinis just come down (or they ride up, right over my chest) because there's literally nothing to support them.


Ah... you definitely don't go to Hooters very much.

Lace Neil Singer
01-03-2015, 02:17 PM
At the pool where I go to, bikinis are banned. Only tankinis are allowed, and one pieces.

AnaKhouri
01-03-2015, 09:55 PM
It wouldn't bother me really, I think our obsession with the immorality of breasts is kind of ridiculous. I have some myself (and I'm not much impressed by them either way), I don't care if I see other people's or not. Unless the ladies were breaking some kind of pool rules or something, then you could tell an employee to intervene.

I think after you nurse two kids the sexual aspect no longer impresses you much. "Yeah, whatever..they're just udders really." :lol:

MoonCat
01-03-2015, 11:24 PM
It wouldn't bother me really, I think our obsession with the immorality of breasts is kind of ridiculous. I have some myself (and I'm not much impressed by them either way), I don't care if I see other people's or not. Unless the ladies were breaking some kind of pool rules or something, then you could tell an employee to intervene.

I think after you nurse two kids the sexual aspect no longer impresses you much. "Yeah, whatever..they're just udders really." :lol:

I have to agree with you there. The hysteria over a breast (OMG nipples!!! :eek:) is kind of silly, especially compared to the amount of violence our society is comfortable viewing every day on TV, even with kids in the room.

Still, I do find it funny that people would be comparing cleavage or whatever they were doing right out in public.

Lace Neil Singer
01-03-2015, 11:37 PM
Peeing is also natural, but people aren't allowed to do that in the pool, either. XD

Btw, think cleavage showing would be counted under "no petting"; remember the poster?

http://www.cimspa.co.uk/filemanager/root/site_assets/business_development/shop/shop_images/posters/VintagePoster600.gif

notalwaysright
01-04-2015, 12:09 AM
Peeing is also natural, but people aren't allowed to do that in the pool, either. XD



lol, well said. I have been to places where nudity is normal, but it was women or men only, and it was fine. Regardless of my thoughts on how society views breasts, I wouldn't be comfortable flashing mine, and also wouldn't want to make others uncomfortable in order to make a point. But these ladies were just being ditzy and wanting attention, it sounds like.

Oh, and FireHeart? What do you mean by "big bucket"?

AnaKhouri
01-04-2015, 02:29 AM
By cleavage do you mean they took their tops all the way off? Because here in the US 'cleavage' means the tops of the breasts are bared, not the nipple, and it's common to see. I just realized there might be a difference in meaning between the two countries.

Seshat
01-04-2015, 08:11 AM
Standard Australian use is the part of the breast visible in a very low-cut top: basically, the top of the breast and the space between the breasts. If one is being specific, the cleavage is the space between the breasts. (And butt-cleavage aka plumber's crack is .. well, obvious in context.)

Above the cleavage is the decolletage (the neck, the front of the shoulders, and the chest down to where a medium-low neckline would sit: not showing the gap between the breasts, but perhaps showing a hint of breast).

Me, I'm comfortable showing decolletage but not cleavage, in public. More modest women prefer to cover the decolletage as well: and I certainly cover mine on high UV days. But that's more for skin protection than modesty: mine burns very, very easily.


In Aussieland, cleavage is often visible when one wears bathing suits.
Other than bathing suits; the top of the cleavage is often shown in teenage fashion.
For most other people, necklines tend to be from t-shirt height to low decolletage. Some subcultures show cleavage, but mostly it's a teen thing.

fireheart
01-04-2015, 10:36 AM
At the pool where I go to, bikinis are banned. Only tankinis are allowed, and one pieces.

This pool had a strict "streetwear" ban meaning that you could only wear recognisable swimwear (we had the entire gamut from teeny weeny strapless bikinis to burqinis*). My partner has a mild chlorine allergy (breaks out in a rash) and used to wear a tank top in the pool, we had to buy him a rash vest as a result. Turns out he didn't need the rashie as they use some ozone process combined with chlorine to keep it clean.

It wouldn't bother me really, I think our obsession with the immorality of breasts is kind of ridiculous.

They were doing it near the cafe and apparently "out of sight" according to my SO. We both just found it weird rather than disturbing.

My guess on the cleavage part was that the girls were pulling their tops around as much as possible to get "max cleavage."

wolfie
01-05-2015, 02:27 PM
Ye Not-So-Local Swimming Pool is NOT the place to be pulling down your bathing suit tops and comparing cleavage.

There are children about. They don't need to see that.

There are horny teenage boys about. They DO need to see that.:devil:

So they were doing it where people were eating? I wouldn't like to see boob when I'm eating lol.

I guess that's why babies eat with their eyes closed.

Estil
01-06-2015, 09:03 AM
I have to agree with you there. The hysteria over a breast (OMG nipples!!! :eek:) is kind of silly, especially compared to the amount of violence our society is comfortable viewing every day on TV, even with kids in the room.

Still, I do find it funny that people would be comparing cleavage or whatever they were doing right out in public.

Didn't Roger Ebert mention something along the lines of how crazy it is the amount of violence a movie can have and still pass for PG/PG-13 (hint: the first Indy movie and Gremlins were the inspiration behind PG-13 in the first place) but flash a tit or drop a couple f-bombs and it's pretty much an automatic R even if the rest of the movie is as wholesome as an Andy or Lucy rerun.

Kit-Ginevra
01-06-2015, 12:04 PM
Why is it that those who insist on sharing their bosoms with the world are the last ones who should be,whereas those you would be delighted if they did insist on keeping them covered up?

Monterey Jack
01-07-2015, 02:24 AM
Didn't Roger Ebert mention something along the lines of how crazy it is the amount of violence a movie can have and still pass for PG/PG-13 (hint: the first Indy movie and Gremlins were the inspiration behind PG-13 in the first place) but flash a tit or drop a couple f-bombs and it's pretty much an automatic R even if the rest of the movie is as wholesome as an Andy or Lucy rerun.

To quote Paul Verhoeven, "kiss a woman's nipple, it's an NC-17, cut off a woman's nipple, and it's an R".

And it was the second Indy movie, Temple Of Doom, that caused the creation of the PG-13 back in the mid-80's.

CorneliaMarieRocks
02-21-2015, 12:16 AM
so Aliens shouldn't have had a R rating right? Totally PG-13, I mean, the worst word they used was 'damn' right? :devil:

Jay 2K Winger
02-22-2015, 06:34 PM
Didn't Roger Ebert mention something along the lines of how crazy it is the amount of violence a movie can have and still pass for PG/PG-13 (hint: the first Indy movie and Gremlins were the inspiration behind PG-13 in the first place) but flash a tit or drop a couple f-bombs and it's pretty much an automatic R even if the rest of the movie is as wholesome as an Andy or Lucy rerun.

Heck, just look at the first Ghostbusters movie. It's rated PG, but there's an implied spectral blowjob during a montage sequence, DanaZuul is pretty explicitly trying to get Venkman into bed with her, and some salty language is thrown around (multiple S-bombs, but no F-bombs), and there's dick(less) jokes made as well.

Nowadays, Ghostbusters would get slapped with a PG-13 rating in a heartbeat.

EricKei
02-22-2015, 10:54 PM
Jay - Probably. The scene where Dana first gets possessed (while sitting in her chair) would contribute to that, too (one of the demon-hands coming out of the chair either cops a feel or comes *really* close to it o_O)

Monterey Jack
02-23-2015, 03:22 PM
(one of the demon-hands coming out of the chair either cops a feel or comes *really* close to it o_O)

That particular hand actually belonged to Weaver's husband. :wave: A similar gaffe appears in the opening scene of Day Of The Dead, when zombie hands burst through a wall and one grabs Lori Cardille's boob. :o That hand belonged to her husband.

wolfie
02-24-2015, 12:26 AM
One fairly common item in "blooper" shows was an infant or an animal (usually a monkey, or an elephant using its trunk) pawing at a woman's chest.

I remember a beer ad (print - I believe it was for Labatt's Blue) showing a party scene. there was a side view of a woman in a short skirt standing beside the end of a couch. Someone was sitting on the couch talking to the person next to them, and holding a dog (not paying much attention to it). The dog had its nose under the woman's skirt.

Mr Hero
02-25-2015, 12:07 PM
Fireheart, I know you mean well, but if you cannot provide photographic evidence that this is happening, then I'm not sure I believe this thread. And make sure you collect said evidence using a good quality camera with many different angles. :D

And be sure to send them to my email for further examination :devil:

Kit-Ginevra
02-26-2015, 02:40 PM
How can this be page 3 without a picture of a bosom? So here goes

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or if you prefer

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gerund
02-27-2015, 09:26 AM
How can this be page 3 without a picture of a bosom? So here goes

( o ) ( o )


Don't like the false ones. Silicone isn't as exciting as the real thing.


or if you prefer

( . ) ( . )


Ah! That's better. :lol: