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Friday, March 26, 2021

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Enjoy the weekend!


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31 comments:

  1. Perfection..And a 1974 Honda 750 Four and Chevelle SS to boot.
    Worth waiting for all week.
    be well,
    Gunny

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  2. If the better wasn't taking goid care of the Third Leg, I'd be beatin' the trouser sausage like a rented Pakistani mule over this FFF. Cheers, Irish and Jeffery!

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  3. Nice tush on 19, 96, and, 112 nice suds on 38, nice opening on 43, nice deep breath on 45, nice chubby on 196 (she really is almost perfect; a bit broader in the beam...), and so many nice flotation devices you could float a battleship.

    Answer to 132 - Women.

    Trust me.

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    1. I have to agree that 196 is a beauty. I figure that someone will not like her, for being a real woman. Not that the rest are not real, but there are all types of gals, and there are many beautiful women, that don't all look the same.
      I have to also agree with you- Women. Not even close. You can't drink when you are sleeping but a woman can still scheme while you are asleep. lol. You still would not want to live without a good one of each.

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    2. Thanks to Irish, I play a little mental game every Friday by trying to visualize which of his many beautiful ladies remind me of girls I knew, dated, or laid in my younger days. Let's talk #196, okay? With no face in the photo things get a little challenging. We had only one date, Friday night at the drive-in (and for Christ's sake don't ask what the movie was, or for that matter what went on inside the old '58 Impala). To say she was less than cordial when we saw each other in school on Monday morning kind of explains why we only had that one date. Anyway, by hitting the fast forward button I'm pretty sure I ran into her a couple weeks back over at Walmart-she was in the electric cart, the typical 300 pounder in with a torn 48DD bra. Be that as it may, I'm sure she made some guy delirious for a couple of years until the Bitch-o-Meter's needle broke off after getting pegged so many times. Her name was Jenny.

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  4. Awesome Collection

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  5. What Gunny said.

    A comment on the reaction buttons, they have also been gone from Rev Ken's blog and Irons in the Fire for a week or so, don't know exactly how many days, there's a lot of fuckery going around.

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  6. I'm content, and I've only just seen the flickering image on your home page.

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  7. Beer, boobs, meat, booze, fruitloops, what more then a man ask for? Pick ups and old muscle cars....

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    1. Guns and old tools.....

      Leigh
      Whitehall, NY

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  8. Thank you, Irish.

    Many swoons and “red alerts,” numerous sources of daydreams and night dreams of boobs and buns, some drools (at food, at food!) and recipe ideas, spring fevers with cars and outdoors, lots of laughs at “sage” words.... And yes, it indeed takes just one song to bring back a thousand memories. Some happy, some painful, mostly pleasant.

    Now, 77 may or may not be the most attractive of the bunch, but I wish a woman had given me such a smile that says “I’m glad to see you” once in my life. But at least I can daydream.

    Thanks again,

    Spider

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    1. That smile, maybe with arms outstretched and bosom bouncing merrily, is a great memory.

      glad I have it.

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  9. #75 and I have the same date of manufacture. Still, my favorite body style.

    While I would like to say that the difference in weight carrying capacity is the difference in #172, I know it is stupidity that is the main factor. If the dumb ass in the F150 doesn't sheer an axle off before he gets home, he can pretty much figure on having to replace both axles / bearings due to brinelling. Been there, done that. Just not to that extreme. Hell, I wouldn't put that much in the back of my Super Duty.
    Like Callahan would say, "A man has got to know his limitations."

    Leigh
    Whitehall, NY

    I would have voted, but with Dominion counting the votes, I figured - Why bother.....
    Actually, I may be wrong. It would only let me pick one category, so only one vote? Hmmm? Must not be Dominion.

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  10. Thank God for toxic masculinity!
    Every one of them fuckers remind me of why it rules to be a man.

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  11. Out Fucking Standing man.
    Love the old rigs, the old toys, the babes and the grub.
    I actually smiled when I saw the old ad for the plastic army men.
    Gawd am I old now.

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    1. Me too.... I had that army men set, a ton of original GI Joes and a bedroom full of Revelle model kits.
      The 60's rocked for kids.
      Jonny Quest was my favorite cartoon as well.

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  12. #75-the two tone Ford pick-em-up by the red barn: has to be either a '70 or '71. Just looked at my '69 out in the garage for comparison-the two tone has a slightly different grille. Ford did a major body style change for '69 and let it run with very minor changes for 3 years, then '72-'74 was a rinse/repeat. Mine was made at Ford's Claycomo (Clay County, Missouri) assembly plant a little northeast of Kansas City-lived about 40 miles away. In spite of what Ford, wiki, and other sources now say, that plant was in production prior to WWII and was converted to wartime production for several years; my best buddy's father worked there in that period in the early '40s. I guess to be modern day woke and PC it is better to now claim the plant started in '51-not sure why Ford is covering up that part of the plant's history-a few years ago I had checked it out and the complete history was given.

    Still have the 24 page glossy/color sales brochure for the '69. Per Ford's penchant in those years they offered a lot of two tone paint combinations on many of their vehicles, the F100 included. Like #75, many of those color schemes looked great. Father-in-law had a '53 stepside in torquoise/white-it had the iconic Ford flathead V-8 engine. The '69 had a fairly large number of performance options for engine and drivetrain and especially the suspension. You could order something like a dozen GVW ratings between the half ton and the 3/4 ton-the higher the rating the more and/or bigger the leaf springs they put on the rear end. Never got more than 15mpg, and usually less. Replaced the tired 360 with a rebuilt 390 and got noticeably more punch-I think I got and extra 5mph at the top end and, IIRC, once got it up to 105mph. Most factory parts were discontinued 20 years ago, so that can make it challenging. Looked at the Chebbies and the Dodges back in '69 but their styling sucked whereas the new Ranger from Ford was pretty spiffy looking. The underhood area is so spacious I can sometimes crawl inside, sit on the fender and work away.

    I'd consider a trade for any of about a dozen of today's ladies. Then again, maybe it would be best to go for a couple of those nice looking steaks instead-as long as you'll throw in a couple cold ones.

    Hey man, keep up the good work. Superb again this week!

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    1. #75 is a 1970. I should know, I still have mine. It is a short bed 4x4 with a 300.
      '70 is the only year for that style grill. The '71 -'72 had a different design that carried, somewhat, on into the '73 - '74 model years.

      Leigh
      Whitehall, NY

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    2. You want to sell that 1970 Ford to me don't you Leigh? I like them with the 300cid engines. I would give you a fair price!

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  13. Hard to beat that kid chucking the hat to see dad. Pure joy. When the kids were little, I received the same reaction. Now, it is just the dog that acts that way. Hell to get old.

    Another winning week. Thanks Irish. #108; can't even see anything but still makes you think...

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  14. As always great job and a nice finish to the week. This week I’ll take the full figured beauty of #14, and the slightly older one in #43, and #157, sad but true

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  15. Another satisfying observation. Have a great weekend all. Ohio Guy

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  16. I must be loosing it. I actually FORGOT to tune in to FFF last night. I apologize! I finally broke down and bought a smart phone end of January. Maybe I'll have to set a reminder for FFF so I don't miss the opening. Any way, yet another spectacular collection. Have a great weekend.

    Nemo

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  17. We Wants The Redhead!!! (#21)

    Always had a soft spot (and hard spot) about redheads.

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  18. Not that I don't share y'all's admiration for the female form.
    But as an aside if one sti had that $1.98 Aurora model kit of the Rat Patrol unbuilt and in it's original box it would probably be worth upwards of a thousand dollars or more depending on the condition of the box. Joe st the empty box a hundred or so.

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  19. Almost overload............not really every single one made me smile and some brought back memories of mammaries. thanks Irish.

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  20. Good stuff Mr. Irishman. Keep em coming

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  21. Seems much of this week's presentation could be known as the "titty f__kers fantasy". Lovely.

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  22. I like the Erector set laid out amongst all the boobage - subtle.
    CC

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  23. Just udderly amazing collection of boobage, Dear Sir. Might I suggest one flavor if you please: since everyone is referring to the fine ladies by picture number, would it be possible to number them for ease of reference? That would be very much appreciated, if possible and not too much trouble. And thank you for your tireless efforts to appease the manly desires of the many who still possess testosterone! Long live MEN! Long live lithesome, young, beautiful women.

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