I think it's "similar" in that guys often think about the wommenz no matter what we're doing, whether it's talking about SpeedPlays or trying to look at lady butts without getting smacked by their owners.I was replying to a current thread in Components about SpeedPlay pedals.
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When Seattle got their street car in South Lake Union in 2009, some brilliant city planners named it the South Lake Union Transit. Some brilliant entrepreneur then made t-shirts that say Ride the S.L.U.T. True story.Might as well just cut to the chase and have one that says S L U T. But I'm sure they do have those already.
Now I know I'm getting older. Half of me finds that incredibly awesome, and the other half is horrified.When Seattle got their street car in South Lake Union in 2009, some brilliant city planners named it the South Lake Union Transit. Some brilliant entrepreneur then made t-shirts that say Ride the S.L.U.T. True story.
But when us guys walk around with our junk hanging out of our pants, we get arrested for being pervs! It's discrimination.....blatant discrimination, I tell you!I see it as an invitation to look and don't really care what they think.
We had a property managers meeting with a tenant and this hot girl walks in with a boob job and the buttons undone to below the bra strap. We all look and I guess I looked the longest and got caught. She gave me crap in front of everyone like on a power trip and when she stopped. How many buttons are left before your shirt is off, after stink eye I looked and said 2, then said if a girl walks into a room with her shirt almost off and he boobs hanging out who should be embarrassed the people looking or the person looking for attention?
Im not embarrassed to look at what you want to show us.
Dead silence but a bunch of smirks all around LOL!!
Girls advertise and if they don't like us looking then they should not dress like that..simple.