Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Humpday Anatomy Lesson....

The dimples of Venus (also known as back dimples, butt dimples or Venusian dimples) are sagittally symmetrical indentations sometimes visible on the human lower back, just superior to the gluteal cleft. They are directly superficial to the two sacroiliac joints, the sites where the sacrum attaches to the ilium of the pelvis.

(via wiki) 

Here's an example so you can recognize them in the wild....



  1. Lovely anatomy. Those indentations are to assist you in locating your thumbs when you grip her glorious hips. Unless you prefer a more forward grip. But why be narrow-minded? Use them both.

    1. Damn! You stole my thunder! I have, on innumerable occasions studied this anatomical feature. Sadly this is all in the past, as time keeps on slippin' into the future. Fly like an Eagle!
      Here, go listen.

  2. I haven't hunted anything in the wild for years. If there were more of what's in the picture where I hunted, I would not only be an avid hunter, I'd be a guide.

  3. Yes, education is a lifelong pursuit.

  4. The description doesn't do them justice. The picture does, though.
    That's why a picture is worth a thousand words.


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