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2014-01-19 07:51:59 PM  

UsikFark: TuteTibiImperes: quatchi: Lord Jubjub: 433: (the bit about the cleavage is the second question, toward the bottom of the page)

The first question is a lot more interesting.

Think that's one of those YMMV things.

Proper RSVP etiquette and strategy for keeping loud drunks away from your party is all very interesting but overly exposed cleavage even 40 year old cleavage I believe trumps it.

I would really actually have to see the overly exposed cleavage in question to make a final determination of course, I'm just speaking generally.

What 40-something year old cleavage might look like:

[cdn.glamcheck.com image 580x768]

Is it still cleavage if they aren't quite touching?


That's what we like to call a refund gap.
 
2014-01-19 07:52:12 PM  

Musikslayer: half the posters aren't aware that the cleavage story is the second one, not the first.


Read the article? Read the article? What sort of people do you take us for? We're all about reading the comments and making snap judgements that may or may not be based on reality! And we're all about the JPEGs too.

crow202.org
 
2014-01-19 07:52:12 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: Yeah, it sounds like Coontzilla didn't get to feel as superior and exclusionary as she wanted to at her wedding, so now she's ready for a second go 5 years later.


I thinking who really wants to go to a party thrown by her anyways.
 
2014-01-19 07:52:16 PM  

doglover: Who the hell invites people to their own wedding anniversary?

How narcissistic do you have to be?


Fifth is way too soon, but fiftieth makes sense, if you are only inviting your crotch fruit and your crotch fruits' crotch fruit.  No one else should be bothered by you.
 
2014-01-19 07:57:32 PM  

HotWingAgenda: doglover: Who the hell invites people to their own wedding anniversary?

How narcissistic do you have to be?

That was the question I had last September when I got invited to a destination anniversary party that is going to be held two months from now. The only reason I agreed to go is because it will be at a tropical beach with much booze.


Our whole family has been invited to a wedding in the Caribbean next year. Expensive, but impossible to refuse. Besides, they asked me to officiate !

/already preparing
 
2014-01-19 07:59:27 PM  

Musikslayer: This is going to be on epic Fark thread. It's already off to a great start, since half the posters aren't aware that the cleavage story is the second one, not the first. And as someone also born during the LBJ admin, I'll take those big ol adult boobies stickin' out for all to see in their chubby glory, whilst you kiddies are trying to unsnap kitten's training bra.

/Stay off my lawn.


The first story is way more crazy and worth talking about than the second one. shiat even the lady offering advice finished the boob story in 2 sentences. The first story is where the crazy is!
 
2014-01-19 08:00:06 PM  
The Johnson Administration.  So...Clinton?

/Not THAT old
 
2014-01-19 08:00:44 PM  
nobody gives a fark about your 5th anniversary.
nobody

nobody gives a fark about any of your anniversaries.
stop begging for gifts and trying to show off.
 
2014-01-19 08:01:03 PM  

redmid17: AgentPothead: ArcadianRefugee: Mikey1969: "... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?

Sounds stupid . . . unless you bother to include the first part of the sentence: "However, the worst was people showing up with dates who were clearly not invited . . .."

Simple:

"We invite you" means you; don't bring guests.
"...and a guest" means you and whomever you wish; I have little room to comment.

That's stupid because some of the invitations expressly invited both of the couple. For the people she didn't know were dating anybody, she didn't list they could bring a guest. Then she got upset when they did bring a guest. Still making her look like a vapid coont, since she didn't even take the time to ask her friends if hey, maybe are you dating somebody or are you still single, she just assumed they would all show up alone.

That's not how an invitation works. If it doesn't indicate a +1 option, you don't bring a guest.


Yeah, I'll make sure and tell my girlfriend of 5 months that she can't come to this wedding because the coont in charge didn't realize I was dating. That will go over swell!
 
2014-01-19 08:01:48 PM  
Potentially not safe for work depending on where you work

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnWIj37Y-FQ

and

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATUtAIOn_6E
 
2014-01-19 08:03:51 PM  
I can't imagine being married to the coont in the first letter.
 
2014-01-19 08:03:53 PM  

danceswithcrows: Musikslayer: half the posters aren't aware that the cleavage story is the second one, not the first.

Read the article? Read the article? What sort of people do you take us for? We're all about reading the comments and making snap judgements that may or may not be based on reality! And we're all about the JPEGs too.

[crow202.org image 468x735]


AHA! My diabolical scheme worked! I knew I'd get you young guys to start posting pics of nubile vixens. Carry on, I like the cut of your jib.
 
2014-01-19 08:06:53 PM  

The_Original_Roxtar: nobody gives a fark about your 5th anniversary.
nobody

nobody gives a fark about any of your anniversaries.
stop begging for gifts and trying to show off.


THIS... what kind of pretentious twat has a 5 year wedding anniversary?!

25, sure. 50, sure. 75... of course.

5?! GTFO.
 
2014-01-19 08:07:51 PM  
Sorry, I'm only familiar with cleavage going back to the Nixon administration.
 
2014-01-19 08:09:31 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: UsikFark: TuteTibiImperes: quatchi: Lord Jubjub: 433: (the bit about the cleavage is the second question, toward the bottom of the page)

The first question is a lot more interesting.

Think that's one of those YMMV things.

Proper RSVP etiquette and strategy for keeping loud drunks away from your party is all very interesting but overly exposed cleavage even 40 year old cleavage I believe trumps it.

I would really actually have to see the overly exposed cleavage in question to make a final determination of course, I'm just speaking generally.

What 40-something year old cleavage might look like:

[cdn.glamcheck.com image 580x768]

Is it still cleavage if they aren't quite touching?

Moreso, actually; the whole point of "cleaving" is separation.


Not only that, "hew" can mean to cleave or to adhere.

I propose calling the décolletage
"hewage" to describe both the touching and non-touching instances.
 
2014-01-19 08:13:19 PM  

AgentPothead: redmid17: AgentPothead: ArcadianRefugee: Mikey1969: "... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?

Sounds stupid . . . unless you bother to include the first part of the sentence: "However, the worst was people showing up with dates who were clearly not invited . . .."

Simple:

"We invite you" means you; don't bring guests.
"...and a guest" means you and whomever you wish; I have little room to comment.

That's stupid because some of the invitations expressly invited both of the couple. For the people she didn't know were dating anybody, she didn't list they could bring a guest. Then she got upset when they did bring a guest. Still making her look like a vapid coont, since she didn't even take the time to ask her friends if hey, maybe are you dating somebody or are you still single, she just assumed they would all show up alone.

That's not how an invitation works. If it doesn't indicate a +1 option, you don't bring a guest.

Yeah, I'll make sure and tell my girlfriend of 5 months that she can't come to this wedding because the coont in charge didn't realize I was dating. That will go over swell!


Call the host and ask to get it changed. Maybe you can. Maybe you can't. As my best friend said to his ushers, "If I haven't met her she's not invited. I'm not paying for you to get laid."
 
2014-01-19 08:13:20 PM  
Aw, look at all the little kids in here freaking out over the idea of breasts over the age of 40. Let me tell you, there are lots of amazing 40-something breasts out there, and many of them are better than the 20-something breasts a lot of you cheeze-doodle-covered neckbeards have access to.

It all comes down to how well taken-care-of the breasts (and the women) are. Some people are better-preserved and younger looking in their 40s than a lot of people are in their 20s.

Case in point:

Poorly-preserved 20-something:
www.polyvore.com

Well-preserved 44-year-old:

img.fark.net



/and don't even get me started on Tara Reid's messed up tits while she was in her 20s.
//She looked like a shark tried to bite them off, but she managed to get away.
 
2014-01-19 08:14:16 PM  

AgentKGB: The_Original_Roxtar: nobody gives a fark about your 5th anniversary.
nobody

nobody gives a fark about any of your anniversaries.
stop begging for gifts and trying to show off.

THIS... what kind of pretentious twat has a 5 year wedding anniversary?!

25, sure. 50, sure. 75... of course.

5?! GTFO.


I'd have to imagine a lot of married couples have a 5 year wedding anniversary. Whether or not they celebrate it with a party is another thing though.
 
2014-01-19 08:14:23 PM  

NewportBarGuy: Am I to assume she would frown upon sticking one's dick in the mashed potatoes?



Frown? Hell, I would laugh and laugh.

/keeps mashed potatoes piping hot.
 
2014-01-19 08:16:10 PM  

redmid17: AgentPothead: redmid17: AgentPothead: ArcadianRefugee: Mikey1969: "... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?

Sounds stupid . . . unless you bother to include the first part of the sentence: "However, the worst was people showing up with dates who were clearly not invited . . .."

Simple:

"We invite you" means you; don't bring guests.
"...and a guest" means you and whomever you wish; I have little room to comment.

That's stupid because some of the invitations expressly invited both of the couple. For the people she didn't know were dating anybody, she didn't list they could bring a guest. Then she got upset when they did bring a guest. Still making her look like a vapid coont, since she didn't even take the time to ask her friends if hey, maybe are you dating somebody or are you still single, she just assumed they would all show up alone.

That's not how an invitation works. If it doesn't indicate a +1 option, you don't bring a guest.

Yeah, I'll make sure and tell my girlfriend of 5 months that she can't come to this wedding because the coont in charge didn't realize I was dating. That will go over swell!

Call the host and ask to get it changed. Maybe you can. Maybe you can't. As my best friend said to his ushers, "If I haven't met her she's not invited. I'm not paying for you to get laid."


Did that. Vapid coont in charge said it was fine. Then vapid coont in charge goes passive/aggressive after the event. Who'da thunk it.
 
2014-01-19 08:16:21 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: quatchi: Lord Jubjub: 433: (the bit about the cleavage is the second question, toward the bottom of the page)

The first question is a lot more interesting.

Think that's one of those YMMV things.

Proper RSVP etiquette and strategy for keeping loud drunks away from your party is all very interesting but overly exposed cleavage even 40 year old cleavage I believe trumps it.

I would really actually have to see the overly exposed cleavage in question to make a final determination of course, I'm just speaking generally.

What 40-something year old cleavage might look like:


Aaand I just threw up in my mouth.

/lemon face
//pretty close to lemon party too
 
2014-01-19 08:16:36 PM  

Musikslayer: AHA! My diabolical scheme worked!


crow202.org
crow202.org

"Diabolical"? I am convinced that the Creator has given humanity the gift of boobs in order to reflect the splendor of something or other and produce awesomeness. However, I Could Be Wrong.
 
2014-01-19 08:17:07 PM  

redmid17: AgentKGB: The_Original_Roxtar: nobody gives a fark about your 5th anniversary.
nobody

nobody gives a fark about any of your anniversaries.
stop begging for gifts and trying to show off.

THIS... what kind of pretentious twat has a 5 year wedding anniversary?!

25, sure. 50, sure. 75... of course.

5?! GTFO.

I'd have to imagine a lot of married couples have a 5 year wedding anniversary. Whether or not they celebrate it with a party is another thing though.


Sorry I should have specified. A 5 year anniversary celebration in terms of the couple themselves going out for supper or something, yes. But booking a hall and inviting people and asking for presents?!
 
2014-01-19 08:17:16 PM  

miss diminutive: doglover: Who the hell invites people to their own wedding anniversary?

How narcissistic do you have to be?

Some people like to throw parties. Last year I threw a party to celebrate 8 years since I had my braces removed. Served corn on the cob, toffee and bubblegum and we all sat around flossing.

/not really


I celebrate every year that passes from the surprise party where i walked into the dining room balls deep in the dyson.
 
2014-01-19 08:17:58 PM  

NewportBarGuy: Am I to assume she would frown upon sticking one's dick in the mashed potatoes?


That depends, is dinner served or buffet-style?

'Cause I think it's totally ok if it's your own potatoes.
 
2014-01-19 08:20:17 PM  

miss diminutive: doglover: Who the hell invites people to their own wedding anniversary?

How narcissistic do you have to be?

Some people like to throw parties. Last year I threw a party to celebrate 8 years since I had my braces removed. Served corn on the cob, toffee and bubblegum and we all sat around flossing.

/not really


Ahh, braces haven't come off yet?

/brings an exciting element of danger to some activities
//I like danger
///BIE (Braces in email)?
 
2014-01-19 08:20:40 PM  
Holy shiat! Does this mean I should not have shown up in my cut off blue jean shorts, sleeveless Earnhardt shirt, and flip flops? Someone position this coont next to her feinting couch.
 
2014-01-19 08:20:43 PM  

AgentPothead: redmid17: AgentPothead: redmid17: AgentPothead: ArcadianRefugee: Mikey1969: "... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?

Sounds stupid . . . unless you bother to include the first part of the sentence: "However, the worst was people showing up with dates who were clearly not invited . . .."

Simple:

"We invite you" means you; don't bring guests.
"...and a guest" means you and whomever you wish; I have little room to comment.

That's stupid because some of the invitations expressly invited both of the couple. For the people she didn't know were dating anybody, she didn't list they could bring a guest. Then she got upset when they did bring a guest. Still making her look like a vapid coont, since she didn't even take the time to ask her friends if hey, maybe are you dating somebody or are you still single, she just assumed they would all show up alone.

That's not how an invitation works. If it doesn't indicate a +1 option, you don't bring a guest.

Yeah, I'll make sure and tell my girlfriend of 5 months that she can't come to this wedding because the coont in charge didn't realize I was dating. That will go over swell!

Call the host and ask to get it changed. Maybe you can. Maybe you can't. As my best friend said to his ushers, "If I haven't met her she's not invited. I'm not paying for you to get laid."

Did that. Vapid coont in charge said it was fine. Then vapid coont in charge goes passive/aggressive after the event. Who'da thunk it.


Not the one in the article unless you have some kind of invisible text reading power I don't have.
 
2014-01-19 08:25:39 PM  
As an aside for the aging cleavage question, I was at the opening of Carmen in Dallas this past year (standard disclaimer: Don't judge me! I was with a date and everything!) and there were several women who were wearing outfits that may have worked for them -- in 1990. A neckline that plunges to your navel, or a dress slit up to your...fundament may work at twenty or even thirty-something, but please, at sixty just let it go.

/I was surprised to see all of the high-schoolers in tuxes. While they tended to roam around at intermission, looking for the best unoccupied seats -- not many on opening night -- the fact they were well-dressed at an opera made me give them the benefit of the doubt. Good job, millennials!
 
2014-01-19 08:25:57 PM  

AgentPothead: ArcadianRefugee: Mikey1969: "... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?

Sounds stupid . . . unless you bother to include the first part of the sentence: "However, the worst was people showing up with dates who were clearly not invited . . .."

Simple:

"We invite you" means you; don't bring guests.
"...and a guest" means you and whomever you wish; I have little room to comment.

That's stupid


I'm not sure what it is you are citing as stupid.

because some of the invitations expressly invited both of the couple

So both were invited; no problem there.

For the people she didn't know were dating anybody, she didn't list they could bring a guest.

In which case they shouldn't have brought one. If they wanted to bring a date, they should have gotten an OK beforehand.

On the flip side, it was bad manners of her to not say "+1".

Then she got upset when they did bring a guest.

Righfully so.

since she didn't even take the time to ask her friends if hey, maybe are you dating somebody or are you still single, she just assumed they would all show up alone.

It's not for the the host to ask their potential guests such questions. If you wish to allow a +1, then you do so blindly; it may go unfulfilled, or be fulfilled by someone you might not otherwise have invited personally. If you do not say "+1" then, guests shouldn't bring one.

I mean, this is all simple etiquette.


As a host:

If you wish to invite someone, you invite that person.

If that someone is married, you expressly invite them and their spouse on a single invitation. Married couples are exactly that: couples; with one comes the other, like it or not.

If they are dating but in a long-term relationship ("Bob and Doug have been together for 7 years") you expressly invite both of them (on a single invitation is fine).

If they are dating but you are also equally friends with their SO (i.e., you are not simply friends with party #2 because of your mutual friendship), you send a personal invitation to each of them individually.

If they are dating, or you are unclear as to their dating status, and you wish to allow their SO, you invite them "+1". You do not otherwise put restrictions on who the "+1" can be, even if you know who it'll probably be and dislike him/her. You do not pre-inquire as to their dating status.

If you are wish to allow +1's for some guests, then you do so for all guests. If you wish to restrict your guest list, invite all potential attendees personally.

As a guest:

If the invite says "RSVP", you farking RSVP. Period. And farking promptly, like within a day or two after receiving the invite. If you are going, you say so. If you are not going, you say so. "RSVP" isn't just a way to make the invite fancy, it means something: répondez s'il vous plaît, French for "please respond." Not responding in a timely manner is rude. Not responding at all even more-so. Not replying and then showing up anyway is beyond rude.

If you are married, it is safe to assume that your spouse is also invited even if this isn't explicitly noted, unless something about the invite makes it clear that such would be inappropriate. For example, an invitation for "Ladies' Night" is fairly clear that men should not expect to intend.

If the invite says "+1", invite whomever you wish: your girlfriend, your mom, your friend, whomever. Think twice before inviting someone you know is at odds with the host or other known guests.

If the invite does not say "+1", but you have someone you wish to bring (your girlfriend, for example), contact the host and ask them if it is OK to bring that person. Do not assume that you can simply because you are dating "and the host should know". Do not assume you can because someone else intends to do so (that's their bag, for good or ill). If the host says "yea" then go for it. If the host says "no", then you have the choice of either showing up alone or politely declining the invitation. You still need to RSVP, if the invite noted such.
 
2014-01-19 08:26:28 PM  

AgentKGB: redmid17: AgentKGB: The_Original_Roxtar: nobody gives a fark about your 5th anniversary.
nobody

nobody gives a fark about any of your anniversaries.
stop begging for gifts and trying to show off.

THIS... what kind of pretentious twat has a 5 year wedding anniversary?!

25, sure. 50, sure. 75... of course.

5?! GTFO.

I'd have to imagine a lot of married couples have a 5 year wedding anniversary. Whether or not they celebrate it with a party is another thing though.

Sorry I should have specified. A 5 year anniversary celebration in terms of the couple themselves going out for supper or something, yes. But booking a hall and inviting people and asking for presents?!


Perfectly acceptable here in the age of the kindergarten graduation blowout.
 
2014-01-19 08:26:57 PM  

lack of warmth: doglover: Who the hell invites people to their own wedding anniversary?

How narcissistic do you have to be?

Fifth is way too soon, but fiftieth makes sense, if you are only inviting your crotch fruit and your crotch fruits' crotch fruit.  No one else should be bothered by you.


My rich great uncle invited his extended family to the local swanky country club for his 50th wedding anniversary. Who am I to argue with filet mignon and lobster?

Seriously, how much does it cost to feed 50 people lobster?
 
2014-01-19 08:27:55 PM  

phrawgh: [img.fark.net image 432x446]
way way  way way  way way  way way  way way  way way way way too old.


just just just just just just just just just just just just just just just just just right.
 
2014-01-19 08:28:11 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: Mikey1969: "... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?

Sounds stupid . . . unless you bother to include the first part of the sentence: "However, the worst was people showing up with dates who were clearly not invited . . .."

Simple:

"We invite you" means you; don't bring guests.
"...and a guest" means you and whomever you wish; I have little room to comment.


Sorry, the first part of the sentence had nothing to do with how much of a biatch that woman is being.

Yes, it's rude to invite someone when the invite is for just a single person, but this coont had a bee in her bonnet because the people also don't meet her particular standards, and the columnist calls her out on that.

Read the whole letter, this biatch is inviting people to come "celebrate" and enjoy themselves, but only if those people meet her narrow guidelines of what "acceptable" is.

I also consider it a little asshole-ish to throw a party like this and then expect everyone to come stag...
 
2014-01-19 08:29:43 PM  

listernine: feinting couch


A couch that pretends to attack you in one way, then attacks you in a completely different way that you weren't expecting? You have very interesting couches.

crow202.org
crow202.org
 
2014-01-19 08:29:46 PM  

AgentPothead: redmid17: AgentPothead: ArcadianRefugee: Mikey1969: "... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?

Sounds stupid . . . unless you bother to include the first part of the sentence: "However, the worst was people showing up with dates who were clearly not invited . . .."

Simple:

"We invite you" means you; don't bring guests.
"...and a guest" means you and whomever you wish; I have little room to comment.

That's stupid because some of the invitations expressly invited both of the couple. For the people she didn't know were dating anybody, she didn't list they could bring a guest. Then she got upset when they did bring a guest. Still making her look like a vapid coont, since she didn't even take the time to ask her friends if hey, maybe are you dating somebody or are you still single, she just assumed they would all show up alone.

That's not how an invitation works. If it doesn't indicate a +1 option, you don't bring a guest.

Yeah, I'll make sure and tell my girlfriend of 5 months that she can't come to this wedding because the coont in charge didn't realize I was dating. That will go over swell!


Then you politely decline the invitation. That is your right; no one is going to complain.
 
2014-01-19 08:32:28 PM  
ArcadianRefugee:

So I guess I just found Janet's fark account?
 
2014-01-19 08:33:56 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: AgentPothead: redmid17: AgentPothead: ArcadianRefugee: Mikey1969: "... in two cases, people I have never seen before or since... "

The nerve of some people to invite dates that you didn't personally know... I can't believe that wedding guests would be so rude as to date without getting previous clearance from you! Where have everyone's manners gone?

Sounds stupid . . . unless you bother to include the first part of the sentence: "However, the worst was people showing up with dates who were clearly not invited . . .."

Simple:

"We invite you" means you; don't bring guests.
"...and a guest" means you and whomever you wish; I have little room to comment.

That's stupid because some of the invitations expressly invited both of the couple. For the people she didn't know were dating anybody, she didn't list they could bring a guest. Then she got upset when they did bring a guest. Still making her look like a vapid coont, since she didn't even take the time to ask her friends if hey, maybe are you dating somebody or are you still single, she just assumed they would all show up alone.

That's not how an invitation works. If it doesn't indicate a +1 option, you don't bring a guest.

Yeah, I'll make sure and tell my girlfriend of 5 months that she can't come to this wedding because the coont in charge didn't realize I was dating. That will go over swell!

Then you politely decline the invitation. That is your right; no one is going to complain.


I actually contacted her and she said it would be fine. Then she went all passive/aggressive after the event. Everybody who was there knows it is because one of the uninvited guests looked insanely hot in her dress and it made Janet feel like the fat cow that she is.
 
2014-01-19 08:34:58 PM  

ZeroCorpse: Aw, look at all the little kids in here freaking out over the idea of breasts over the age of 40. Let me tell you, there are lots of amazing 40-something breasts out there, and many of them are better than the 20-something breasts a lot of you cheeze-doodle-covered neckbeards have access to.



Rene Russo in The Thomas Crowne Affair.  NSFW


She was 43 or 44 when that was filmed.
 
2014-01-19 08:35:15 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: quatchi: Lord Jubjub: 433: (the bit about the cleavage is the second question, toward the bottom of the page)

The first question is a lot more interesting.

Think that's one of those YMMV things.

Proper RSVP etiquette and strategy for keeping loud drunks away from your party is all very interesting but overly exposed cleavage even 40 year old cleavage I believe trumps it.

I would really actually have to see the overly exposed cleavage in question to make a final determination of course, I'm just speaking generally.

What 40-something year old cleavage might look like:

[cdn.glamcheck.com image 580x768]


I love her cleavage.

Would bang.
 
2014-01-19 08:37:18 PM  

Snarfangel: NewportBarGuy: Am I to assume she would frown upon sticking one's dick in the mashed potatoes?


Frown? Hell, I would laugh and laugh.

/keeps mashed potatoes piping hot.


Heh, piping...
 
2014-01-19 08:42:48 PM  

danceswithcrows: listernine: feinting couch

A couch that pretends to attack you in one way, then attacks you in a completely different way that you weren't expecting? You have very interesting couches.

[crow202.org image 640x480]
[crow202.org image 800x532]


Those are sofas. ;)

Also:

Link (video, YouTube, SFW).
 
2014-01-19 08:45:55 PM  

AgentPothead: ArcadianRefugee:

So I guess I just found Janet's fark account?


Yes, because years of etiquette must all be because of me.

Hell, "Emily Post" says I was wrong on one part:

4. "May I bring..."

Don't even ask! An invitation is extended to the people the hosts want to invite-and no one else.

I'll link to to it again, since you are obviously oblivious to Western etiquette: Link.
 
2014-01-19 08:46:13 PM  
What 40+ yr old cleavage might look like
people-reports.com
 
2014-01-19 08:47:36 PM  
ArcadianRefugee:

Keep skipping over the part where we took the time to contact her and she said it was fine and then went passive aggressive after the fact. I'll just be standing over.
 
2014-01-19 08:48:15 PM  

dj_bigbird: What 40+ yr old cleavage might look like
[people-reports.com image 850x1131]


oooooh my god awesome
 
2014-01-19 08:48:41 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: I mean, this is all simple etiquette.


I agreed with every point in your entire post. You are now favorited and farkied "Polite enuff to be Canadian"

That noted I'm counting all the wunnerful boobage pics in this thread (pretty much just counting all the bewbs and dividing by two cos I'm fastidious like that) and then comparing that to the number of pics of people's 5 year anniversary parties,.

Bewbs win. Every. Time.

/Huzzah for boobies! They are awesome.
 
2014-01-19 08:50:18 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: Lord Jubjub: 433: (the bit about the cleavage is the second question, toward the bottom of the page)

The first question is a lot more interesting.

Yeah, it sounds like Coontzilla didn't get to feel as superior and exclusionary as she wanted to at her wedding, so now she's ready for a second go 5 years later.


It's okay to ask for people to dress a certain way for an event. It's okay for a host to expect people to Rsvp because the hosts really do have pay for food by person. It's even okay to tell people not to bring uninvited guests (because the venue has limited seating or their might not be enough food), but you cannot invite only half a couple. That is so rude, it's more rude than people not dressing right, people not letting you know that they are coming, or bringing along uninvited guests. Hell, it's more rude than a drunken mess. You can't tell a person, "We'd love to see you, but please tell your partner that we find her unbearable."
 
2014-01-19 08:54:06 PM  

FrancoFile: ZeroCorpse: Aw, look at all the little kids in here freaking out over the idea of breasts over the age of 40. Let me tell you, there are lots of amazing 40-something breasts out there, and many of them are better than the 20-something breasts a lot of you cheeze-doodle-covered neckbeards have access to.


Rene Russo in The Thomas Crowne Affair.  NSFW


She was 43 or 44 when that was filmed.


ewwww no.

She needed to keep that covered up... that was the worst part of that movie.
 
2014-01-19 08:54:13 PM  

danceswithcrows: listernine: feinting couch

A couch that pretends to attack you in one way, then attacks you in a completely different way that you weren't expecting? You have very interesting couches.


One does with what one can find on curb day.
 
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