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Friday, April 2, 2021

Friday Femme Fatale Farrago....

 




 


























 
































































































































Enjoy the weekend and have a Happy Easter if you celebrate.

54 comments:

  1. Well done sir! Thank you!

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  2. I love this page.
    I wait for it every Friday.
    But at 61, If I see one more pierced nipple, pierced bellybutton or nasty nose ring on an otherwise nice looking woman..I am going to go ballistic.
    WTF happened to "women" these days?
    Carry On,
    Gunny

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    1. Glad you get to enjoy Gunny. I think you will find it difficult in today's age to not find some modifications. Each to their own.

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    2. You are right sir.
      Just getting old.
      When you grow up on 60's Playboy with all natural women, today seems kind of fakey.
      Still, pretty is pretty.

      Have aa great Easter to all!
      Gunny

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  3. The first few made me think we were having a brawny fest of magnificent women.

    4, especially. 9 ain't bad, n'ither. Or the brunette in 71.

    29 just goes to show you can't go wrong with Hugault. 60 reminds us why women should never be allowed to mow the lawn.

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    1. #60, I had to go back to determine WTH you were referring to. It's my considered opinion that it's just a trick of the lighting on an otherwise sparse patch of pudenda tresses. ;-))

      Nemo

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    2. Just trying to mix it up edutcher :)
      Nemo, I haven't heard pudenda in a while! lol.

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    1. I thought that one would get a commment. There was a beautiful one in the Home Depot parking lot a couple weekends ago. I was going to take some pictures to share and decided to snap them once I got out. It was gone when I returned to the parking lot :(

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  5. The eyes on #133 are absolutely stunning. The rest of the women, especially the profusion of redheads this week, are a treat for the eyes. Thanks and have a great weekend.

    Nemo

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  6. Man, that's a firm butt on the Bball shooter...

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  7. Definetly some nice redheads in there, ... but those burgers with the tots!! I WANT ONE! Arrrerrrr..... I've been in lock down too long!!

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  8. You did well again Irish m'boy.
    Enjoy your weekend, put the damn chainsaw down and Happy Easter to you and The Boss.

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    1. Thanks Phil. Happy Easter as well. I will pass that on to the "Boss".

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  9. Yes, Happy Easter you master of the FFF. Ohio Guy

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  10. Hot women and Blue Oval goodness.
    A good end to the week.

    Thanks again, Boss.
    Looks like I need to get you a refill.

    Leigh
    Whitehall, NY

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    1. Funny Leigh. You call Irish Boss, but Phil knows who "The Boss" really is in his comment :)
      Take care
      Bob

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    2. Leigh tries to make me feel good !

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  11. Good stuff as always - just shared it w/a bunch of friends in my Teamspeak and wrecked the game we were playing! (DAoC)

    Happy Easter

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  12. Curve after curve. Like a formula one race track. Wonderful.

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  13. Splendid Friday! #7 was a great start to it too. Also really liked #’s 33,50,82,and the great ass on #93

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  14. #3 Nice Stroke
    #9 Better Stroke
    #111 Amen
    #119 Amen Amen
    #131 Just like one you posted last week. So little to see; so much to envision.
    Happy Easter Irish, and to all.

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    1. Just enough titillation to not cause heart palpitations amongst the viewing crowd!

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  15. Fine group of bunnies. Happy Easter. Ohio Guy

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  16. I slung chips for frito-lay in the 80z on Bergstom AFB. In Austin Tx,it was an F4 recon base then. A crew chief came up to me one day and wanted to buy snacks for their snack bar in one of the hangers,he got permission for me to drive on the flight line from the MPs, past rows and rows of F4's to the hanger. Got to look in a couple. Good times. Great FFF too BTW ! Texas guy

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  17. Another superb collection, good sir! Have a great Easter weekend. Phreddy

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  18. Its good to be Irish. Some very unique pictures made me search. Thank You

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  19. Izzat Helvetia Tavern, Hillsboro, Oregon on front page?

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    1. No idea. It was just in an image sharing site I found. Maybe someone will recognize it.

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    2. Thank you for that Judge. I found the picture very awesome but could find nothing searching. I would love to have that layout in my home very cool.

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  20. Outstanding as always! And yes, I'll admit that 103 made me go "OOOH!" just as sincerely as the girls. BTW, I think 150 was an RF-4 with it's KA-56 camera area open.

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    1. QF-4D. The “droop snoot” under the radome gives it away as a D model. RF-4C’s didn’t have that droop snoot and the cameras were mounted just aft of the radome, right about where that oval air scoop is. The beige long rectangle is an electroluminescent formation light; low intesity lights used to aid in formation flying at night. There’s one on the other side, both wing tips and the vertical stab. The 2 doors hanging down under the fuselage are auxiliary air doors for the engines; really well placed for catching your head, DAMHIK. The paint scheme is a target paint job and this had to be mid 80’s. The guy on the ladder has subdued green stripes that showed up in 79-80 and standard OD fatigues which phased out in 88-89. There’s a guy changing the right main wheel & tire assembly underneath the jet. The big black rectangle on the ground just to the left of the nose gear is either the new or the old one. Nose wheel is chocked because the right main would have been raised on an axle jack. You had to disassemble the brake rotors & stators to pull the wheel off. LOTS of fun to do between flights with really warm brakes.

      Nice job, Irish!!

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  21. 33 is an excellent and necessary addition to any man's library. After a long week, this FFF is great break - thanks, Irish! And a Happy Easter to you and yours!

    --ExpatGuy

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  22. Took a second look at FFF(more like 9th or 10th) on my computer, and it is so much better than on my ipad.
    141 left me wondering what the next pic of her looked like.
    FFF is my, "what day is it? marker".
    Have a great and safe weekend.

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  23. Another gem Mr. Irish. Thank you.

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  24. #76-call her the Mystery Girl. Reminds a bunch of the old Elvis song: "Devil or Angel".

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  25. Took me 20 minutes to scroll through this post.
    The missus kept coming into the kitchen.

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  26. BTW, that rock n' roll building must be making the rounds. I have a post in my draft queue with some more background.
    "In 1930 the Indiana Bell Building was rotated 90°. Over a month, the 22-million-pound structure was moved 15 inches/hour, all while 600 employees still worked there. There was no interruption to gas, heat, electricity, water, sewage, or the telephone service they provided. No one inside felt it move."

    Built in 1907, the 8-story, 11,000-ton building was moved to provide room for a larger facility, all while providing uninterrupted telephone service to the State of Indiana. It was relocated 52 feet (16 m) to the south and 100 feet (30 m) west of its original location. The move began 14 October and was complete on 12 November 1930.

    Most of the power needed to move the building was provided by hand-operated jacks assisted by a steam engine. Each time the jacks were pumped, the house moved 3/8ths of an inch.

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  27. I must say, there are a great number of items on this post that I want. But hot women and great burgers, etc, are all certain to send me to an early grave.
    I think it might be worth it.

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  28. A pleasure to peruse. Thank you and have a wonderful Easter to you and the other half!
    jack

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  29. To the readers: How the frack do you guys have the patience to count to 100-something pairs of h00ters, and remark on how that one got her lawn mowed? ROFL, i'm farking cross eyed double blind after about 10. Its all i can do to hit "save image"...

    Oh, and nicely done as per usual, Irish.

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  30. Many thanks for #8!

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