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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/19/2017 1:15:57 PM   
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One only has to compare with post 2965, falsies are so obvious. They just don't look real, there is no movement in them. Show me a natural pair of boobies any day. Please.... please? anyone?




My WitPAE tutor has a natural pair.....





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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/19/2017 2:49:02 PM   
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Fake Boobies...



warspite1

One only has to compare with post 2965, falsies are so obvious. They just don't look real, there is no movement in them. Show me a natural pair of boobies any day. Please.... please? anyone?


I think you meant post # 2966; the post # appears at the bottom right not the top right. Just a reminder: when dealing with boobies, "get it right!".

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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/19/2017 4:11:30 PM   
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Fake Boobies...



warspite1

One only has to compare with post 2965, falsies are so obvious. They just don't look real, there is no movement in them. Show me a natural pair of boobies any day. Please.... please? anyone?


I think you meant post # 2966; the post # appears at the bottom right not the top right. Just a reminder: when dealing with boobies, "get it right!".
warspite1

No, I meant 2965. I was comparing the false (toy) Boobies with the real life Boobies (rather than looking at false boobies on real life Boobies in the lower picture) and then trying to compare using language associated with false boobies i.e. talking about boobies rather than Boobies.

I trust that has clarified the situation vis-a-vis the boobies and the Boobies


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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/19/2017 4:40:37 PM   
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Fake Boobies...



warspite1

One only has to compare with post 2965, falsies are so obvious. They just don't look real, there is no movement in them. Show me a natural pair of boobies any day. Please.... please? anyone?


I think you meant post # 2966; the post # appears at the bottom right not the top right. Just a reminder: when dealing with boobies, "get it right!".
warspite1

No, I meant 2965. I was comparing the false (toy) Boobies with the real life Boobies (rather than looking at false boobies on real life Boobies in the lower picture) and then trying to compare using language associated with false boobies i.e. talking about boobies rather than Boobies.

I trust that has clarified the situation vis-a-vis the boobies and the Boobies



You tit.

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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/19/2017 10:36:56 PM   
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Anybody have any idea what this thing is? This guy pedals his bike by my house every day, north in the morning and south in the afternoon. Come rain or sunshine he's carrying this contraption across his handlebars. He's been doing this for at least three years. I called out to him once, with a smile on my face, asking what the heck that thing was. He made eye contact but didn't respond. We have a lot of refugees around here, Bosnians and Somalis. I figure he's Somali and didn't understand me.




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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/19/2017 11:03:46 PM   
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It's an early model quantum encabulator. He's trying to open a wormhole.

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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/19/2017 11:17:33 PM   
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Bridge over the River Kwazy

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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/19/2017 11:20:39 PM   
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A rebroadcast, I posted this in "Off to see the Lizard"...


PUT THAT LIZARD ON A LEASH




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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/20/2017 4:10:02 AM   
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Anybody have any idea what this thing is? This guy pedals his bike by my house every day, north in the morning and south in the afternoon. Come rain or sunshine he's carrying this contraption across his handlebars. He's been doing this for at least three years. I called out to him once, with a smile on my face, asking what the heck that thing was. He made eye contact but didn't respond. We have a lot of refugees around here, Bosnians and Somalis. I figure he's Somali and didn't understand me.




It has tabs at the end to fit into other sections, and he has a couple of road sections below the bridge structure. Must be a Hot Wheels race setup for gambling. I think some cultures love gambling so much they will bet on anything ...

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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/25/2017 11:30:21 AM   
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Birds. Next to one of my hummingbird feeders I've hung a "hummingbird swing". They like to perch and rest a little between feeds if there's a perch for them nearby. They used to perch on telephone wires hanging not far above before I cut them down (I don't have a land line anymore). They won't perch on anything thick, that's why I put the swing there. I saw one perching on the swing going back and forth between it and the feeder, but by the time I had the camera ready it was perching on the top of the swing rather than the bottom (which you can't see in this pic. To the right you see the feeder and to the left you see some raw cotton that's out there for nest building material. A neighbor has seen birds (not hummers) pulling cotton for their nests and I've seen a hummer doing the same. It was taking it to a sweet gum tree in a neighbor's yard. This is a female ruby-throated hummingbird.




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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/25/2017 11:51:37 AM   
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I have put up many birdhouses this year. So far as I've seen only one of them is "occupied" and it by a house wren. I've never identified one of them before although they're quite common. They're strict insectivores (well not so strict, they eat spiders and centipedes too) and aren't interested in anything I put in my feeders. They would take mealworms I suppose if I could afford those. They're migratory and only come up here when there are bugs to eat. I have Carolina Wrens year round, they also eat bugs mainly but in the winter they feed on the peanuts and suet I put out. The House Wrens will have none of that. Anyway the male House Wren builds the nest and he often builds more than one in case the female spurns one, she might like one of the others. They don't mate for life and are rather promiscuous actually. This one, after building his nest has been singing his heart out. Here are the lyrics: "I need a woman, I need a woman baaaaad!" Now as you know, birds are unaware of our forum rule that boobs or boobies are the answer to everything. They know nothing of boobs but still desperately need female companionship, if only for a little while.
Anyway, yesterday morning I saw two of them, presumably the male who went in and out of the house and presumably a female who inspected the house. In the afternoon there were three. House Wrens are like this, one, presumably an interloping male was chasing the other, presumably the male nest builder, round and round the yard while the third, presumably the female, looked on. This went on for hours. This morning there was only one, it is a he and he is singing his heart out about how much he wants a woman. I have no way of knowing whether the female flew off with the interloper or the nest builder, but probably this is the nest builder and he's SOL for now.





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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/25/2017 12:10:20 PM   
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many birdhouses this year.



Location, Location, Location... Try to put the nests where they are in the shade for most of the day. And privacy helps. Especially for the Wrens. Iam always tearing down Wren nest in my tractor, and I give them other places to build.

Eastern Phoebes build a nest under the deck every year. Their first batch left the nest about 2 weeks ago. A Robin built a nest in the small tree next to the dog cage this year, for the first time. The Robin is now a regular in the yard which is a new sight.

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RE: OT Things to ponder - 5/25/2017 7:32:02 PM   
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Fake Boobies...



warspite1

One only has to compare with post 2965, falsies are so obvious. They just don't look real, there is no movement in them. Show me a natural pair of boobies any day. Please.... please? anyone?


I think you meant post # 2966; the post # appears at the bottom right not the top right. Just a reminder: when dealing with boobies, "get it right!".
warspite1

No, I meant 2965. I was comparing the false (toy) Boobies with the real life Boobies (rather than looking at false boobies on real life Boobies in the lower picture) and then trying to compare using language associated with false boobies i.e. talking about boobies rather than Boobies.

I trust that has clarified the situation vis-a-vis the boobies and the Boobies



You tit.

You mean a blue one?






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