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Friday, November 27, 2020

Friday Femme Fatale... ( and you thought I wouldn't git 'er done)


   Let's get comfortable....











  1. I do like 53 and 55. And 57.

    And 64.

  2. DAMN! 97 is one sexy beast!
    Y'all can keep the rest of them.

    Whitehall, NY

    1. Even with all the maintenance and repairs, still the cheapest of all options.

  3. Janis Joplin in today's portfolio, amirite?

  4. Okay if I do a little change to the one about the life as an Over 50?

    Ten minutes later you come back to the sofa, sit down, and hear the sound of your reading glasses shattering.

  5. Number 29 for me! JJ could sing to me anytime!


  6. Nice choice in browsing music with the Skyrim soundtrack. Made the T&A almost magical.

    1. Sedition, did you check out the other musical fare on the SCM player? I will scroll through youttoob and check out various tracks to play in the background as I surf.

  7. Irish,
    Another outstanding Friday Femme Fatale.
    Still wish the pictures were numbered...

    1. Griz, how are you viewing the posts? I'm on a desktop Windows 10 and Firefox. I can show you how to get the images numbered. I also tested it in Edge.

      Expand the FFF post by clicking "more here". Click the first picture after the fold. That image will open in a separate tab. Go to the top and close that tab. You will then have a running list of images on the bottom of the screen. As you click each one in order you will see the number and an embiggened picture.

      Here's a quick clip I made



    2. Irish
      Thanks for helping out.

      I think got it figured now.
      In case you were wondering why I wished the pictures were #. (for replying to a certain picture)
      It is due to me having a couple of strokes.
      I just cant process scrolling through that many pictures. While trying and keep track of the picture # at the same time anymore.

      The azz hats at YouTube are playing B.S. games again. - This video has been removed for violating YouTube's Terms of Service.

      Thanks again.
      Have a great weekend.

    3. Griz. Send me an email. It’s on the sidebar. Basically. The name of the blog at gmail. . Com.

  8. While the FFF posts are...entertaining, and most certainly informative, I must say that I have noticed a rather definite trend toward size in place of quality. Surely we can all agree that, while a huge pair of knockers is an impressive sight, there are other boobular virtues that ought not to be neglected. (Give me a moment while I think of one.) Yet lately mass of jugs appears to be virtually the sole determinant of the ladies featured in the FFF.

    I, an engineer, am naturally inclined to measure things. While the difficulties involved in determining scale and proportion from the photos in the FFF are considerable, one must make an effort when the issues are this, ah, weighty. After careful measurements with my trusty vernier calipers and reference to the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics for the appropriate conversion factors, I can estimate that the aggregate boobage of this FFF has reached an all-time high of 637.23 Imperial pounds. (288.99 kg for you metric-system junkies.) One can only imagine the stress these ladies’ endowments place on their undergarments. It calls to mind a scene from the old movie It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World...a film that seems ever more documentary than fiction:

    J. Algernon Hawthorne (played by Terry-Thomas): I must say, if I had the grievous misfortune to be a citizen of this benighted country, I should be most hesitant at offering any criticism whatever of any other.
    J. Russell Finch (played by Milton Berle): Wait a minute, are you knocking this country? Are you saying something against America?
    J. Algernon Hawthorne: Against it? I should be positively astounded to hear of anything that could be said for it. Why, the whole bloody place is the most unspeakable matriarchy in the whole history of civilization! Look at yourself, and the way your wife and her strumpet of a mother push you through the hoop! As far as I can see, American men have been totally emasculated. They're like slaves! They die like flies from coronary thrombosis, while their women sit under hairdryers, eating chocolates and arranging for every second Tuesday to be some sort of Mother's Day! And this positively infantile preoccupation with bosoms. In all my time in this wretched, godforsaken country, the one thing that has appalled me most of all is this preposterous preoccupation with bosoms. Don't you realize they have become the dominant theme in American culture: in literature, advertising and all fields of entertainment and everything? I'll wager you anything you like: if American women stopped wearing brassieres, your whole national economy would collapse overnight.

    Perhaps we should give more thought to Mr. Hawthorne’s warning. (:-)

    1. Top of the marnin' Francis!.

      A most excellent treatise on a beloved subject. As a fellow engineer I also use data for the FFF.
      Analyzing the stats of hits and comments from the past months weekly offerings I can tell you that the audience has grown substantially, much like the current topic. There has also been an increase in positive comments exposing the pleasure derived by those that stop by. The posts are derived from what catches my eye and what uplifting items my audience seems to enjoy. When you see an uptick in followers and lurkers you gotta milk it for all it's worth.

      I know there are those that enjoy all various womanly attributes and I try and mix it up to see what images help to increase the volume of views.

      Thanks for stopping by and also for the reminder as to why I will watch It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World when it's on.

    2. Seen on a Purchasing Agent's desk many decades ago.

      An Engineer is said to be a man who knows a great amount about very little.

      A Salesman is said to be a man who knows very little about a great amount.

      A Purchasing agent begins knowing a great amount about very much, but due to his association with Engineers and Salesmen ends up knowing practically nothing about everything.

      BTW It's a mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World is one of my favorite movies. Thanks for the reference.

      TN Patriot

  9. As a fellow engineer, let me say GREAT JOB and thanks for working the holiday weekend for us.

  10. AAAhhhhhhh nothin' like gorgeous naked redheads, blondes and brunettes to get an old man's heart started on a Saturday morning, especially the red heads. Thanks!


  11. As a person who doesn't know any engineers let me also say good job.

  12. The look in their eyes when you do the scissor trick is priceless.

  13. WOW! That was a great looking double bacon cheeseburger.

  14. As a foundry worker for life, I am not an engineer, but worked with many of different stripes, from electrical engineers, to mechanical engineers, to metallurgical engineers. I worked there for over 35 years, and was part of taking it from a small melt shop, into one of the worlds largest melters of specialty alloys. And with only one exception,all of the engineers I worked with always ignored my input on the various projects that they were working on, just to come around and make it the way I said in the first place. Moving molten steel at over 3100 degrees F. is not like moving water, or some other benign fluid, in a cool state.
    The one engineer who actually worked with me, was a metallurgist, who I helped program several of the pieces of equipment for processing the molten steel in order to lower the carbon level and make it to the right chemistry. It was done on a simple Pentium computer in the beginning, and the other machine I worked on was ladder logic,which is pretty easy,but it was a complex machine with a lot of cycles.
    As for the bountiful and beautiful women of this friday, I can only say that most women are beautiful,no matter their boob size, and this larger size lately is in no way worse, just different. I certainly would not kick them out of my bed.



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