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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby marinmomma » Wed Feb 16, 2011 6:02 pm

The lopsided look isn't good, she needs a bra...

Does she know that she is fodder on the cycling forum?? :shock:
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Apple » Wed Feb 16, 2011 6:05 pm

nayfen wrote:my mistake, but will pass the advise on to mum

Thats the way. :wink:
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Apple » Wed Feb 16, 2011 6:08 pm

marinmomma wrote:Does she know that she is fodder on the cycling forum?? :shock:

Yes, she is an exhibitionist. Anyone who does not wear a bra would be delighted for the publicity.
When she is out gardining, my husband is out watering.
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Mulger bill » Wed Feb 16, 2011 6:19 pm

Ah well, does she have a nice smile?
70% of a womans beauty is in the smile.
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby novice » Wed Feb 16, 2011 6:55 pm

Sorry people, hate to be a party pooper but it is not a good look. :(
Much prefer the supported look with a little cleavage. Just enough to keep us all interested.
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Apple » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:07 pm

novice wrote:Sorry people, hate to be a party pooper but it is not a good look. :(
Much prefer the supported look with a little cleavage. Just enough to keep us all interested.

No good on you novice, I have just grabbed my husband with his hose and showed him your post.


He said, "Tell him his dreaming"
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby lovemybike » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:13 pm

Apple?? You just grabbed your husband with his what? :shock: :shock: Have we moved on from bras? BTW I think she's barely a B cup, needs a bra and a new shirt (I'm with Parker on that one...)
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby novice » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:15 pm

No good on you novice, I have just grabbed my husband with his hose and showed him your post.


He said, "Tell him his dreaming"


You are so funny.
My wife wants to know why I am sitting in front of the computer, laughing my head off :lol:
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Apple » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:16 pm

lovemybike wrote:Apple?? You just grabbed your husband with his what? :shock: :shock: Have we moved on from bras? BTW I think she's barely a B cup, needs a bra and a new shirt (I'm with Parker on that one...)

Apple wrote:When she is out gardining, my husband is out watering.
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Apple » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:17 pm

novice wrote:You are so funny.
My wife wants to know why I am sitting in front of the computer, laughing my head off :lol:

Say good night novice, this forum is over for you tonight. :P
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby lovemybike » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:19 pm

That explains everything :wink:
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby novice » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:20 pm

Good night all. :D
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Parker » Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:07 am

I'm amazed at how quickly this thread disintegrated...
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby damhooligan » Thu Feb 17, 2011 9:13 am

Mulger bill wrote:Ah well, does she have a nice smile?
70% of a womans beauty is in the smile.


I am not a greedy person, i can do with just 30% beauty... :twisted:

And by the way, I love the 'I am not wearing a bra attitude' .
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Waza » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:11 am

My missus loves not wearing a bra. but she always straps up when she is going out. im trying to get her to buy a bike to and she wants to.
she is a size 14 with F cub boobs :D but she want to loose a bit.
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Parker » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:16 am

Waza wrote:she is a size 14 with F cub boobs :D but she want to loose a bit.

Perhaps a breast reconstruction would be beneficial also, she could probably have it done under medicare because of the back problems that it could cause.
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Waza » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:20 am

Parker wrote:
Waza wrote:she is a size 14 with F cub boobs :D but she want to loose a bit.

Perhaps a breast reconstruction would be beneficial also, she could probably have it done under medicare because of the back problems that it could cause.


we have already looked into it. she has to look 20kg for medicare to cover it.
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Parker » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:21 am

Waza wrote:
Parker wrote:
Waza wrote:she is a size 14 with F cub boobs :D but she want to loose a bit.

Perhaps a breast reconstruction would be beneficial also, she could probably have it done under medicare because of the back problems that it could cause.


we have already looked into it. she has to look 20kg for medicare to cover it.

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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Apple » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:24 am

Waza wrote:we have already looked into it. she has to look 20kg for medicare to cover it.

Do you mean 20kg to lose in weight. I am sure she can do it, and if 20kg is what she needs to lose, you will find she will drop about 2 cup sizes from her breasts.
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby trailgumby » Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:05 pm

Parker wrote:
trailgumby wrote:A bra.

Credit to them for taking action on losing the flab... but the visual is a bit hard on the eyes. :|

Your problem is your looking at the man and seeing the boobies and its a man, picture the boobies on a women.

Not pretty, but maybe it can help you

Got that right. :P Definitely not a pretty picture with that amount of body hair. :barf: I hear apple doesn't mind a bit of fur, though. :wink:

Oh, and say hi to missy for me ;)
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Apple » Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:07 pm

trailgumby wrote:[: I hear apple doesn't mind a bit of fur, though. :wink:


Correct, I love my carpet. :wink:
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby philip » Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:25 pm

:shock: I need to visit this part of the forum more often. Apple knows how to create popular threads, whether real or not.

Anyway, no bra is hot stuff! As long as they're not droopy.
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby ni78ck » Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:45 pm

philip wrote::shock: I need to visit this part of the forum more often. Apple knows how to create popular threads, whether real or not.

Anyway, no bra is hot stuff! As long as they're not droopy.


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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Apple » Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:51 pm

philip wrote::shock: I need to visit this part of the forum more often. Apple knows how to create popular threads, whether real or not.

Anyway, no bra is hot stuff! As long as they're not droopy.


They are all real, :P
Philip, you have to take the up with the down. You can't choose who can wear a bra and who can't.
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Re: Do you wear a bra (for the girls)

Postby Waza » Thu Feb 17, 2011 1:03 pm

Apple wrote:
Waza wrote:we have already looked into it. she has to look 20kg for medicare to cover it.

Do you mean 20kg to lose in weight. I am sure she can do it, and if 20kg is what she needs to lose, you will find she will drop about 2 cup sizes from her breasts.



yeah sorry needs to lose 20kg. she will get there. she is looking at a bike so she will soon be riding with me :)
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