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(The Sun) Boobies Titian step aside, enter Page 3 girls (not safe for work)   ( divider line
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2003-02-28 05:29:25 PM  
Who? Maybe this'll help:

The model ascended the ladder,
As Titian, the painter, had bade her.
Her position, to Titian,
Invited coition,
So he climbed up the ladder, and had her.
2003-02-28 07:28:29 PM  
Definitely an improvement on the originals.
2003-02-28 07:29:50 PM  
Those girls are hardly Titian
2003-02-28 09:54:08 PM  
Now that's art!

John Ashcroft surrenders.
2003-02-28 10:01:18 PM  
Notice the little pot bellys on the nudes?
That was very sexy in that day.
It indicated a refined, well-fed woman.
2003-02-28 10:02:58 PM  
much better! (than the last boobies link) page 3 usually has nice stuff.
2003-02-28 10:03:15 PM  
Cindy Sherman did it!
2003-02-28 10:05:25 PM  
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Oh man, this guy needs photoshopped
2003-02-28 10:07:35 PM  

Disaster/Fairytales in that Cindy Sherman gallery is going to give me nightmares. Man, that's a creepy photo...
2003-02-28 10:08:35 PM  
w00t !!!!! 2, count 'em 2 BOOBIES posts in a row. Thank you Drew!!!
2003-02-28 10:13:52 PM  
Although seeing real boobies are much nicer than pictures, these women hardly compare to titian. Although they are hot, they don't fall under the category "voluptuous" --which some may consider a little plump. None of these girls have a voluptuous figure, and look just like any other formless chicks that are on the covers of playboy, etc... having big titties does not make one voluptuous.

oh how i wish for the times when being reubenesque was hot....
2003-02-28 10:18:46 PM  
Not that I mind any of these recreations, but one aspect of the paintings is totally missing - they all depict "real" instead of "ideal" women, while the photos are definitely ideal =)

2003-02-28 10:20:24 PM  
Yeah, what Xeroscribe said! Except the wishing part - I prefer the pictures!

2003-02-28 10:25:32 PM  
"Reubenesque" is the very term, Xero.
Y'all remember the "pot belly" dialogue in "Pulp Fiction"?
2003-02-28 10:30:10 PM  
Nanookanano, "You want some pot??"
2003-02-28 10:45:54 PM  
Now that's a loaded question!
2003-02-28 11:04:56 PM  
...just enjoy the view
2003-02-28 11:21:44 PM  

Cool nic.

Quick question, one brother had VERITAS tatooed on his hand.

The other brother had [what]? tatooed on his hand.

Sweet movie.
2003-02-28 11:23:24 PM  
Is it me or do the models lack the same emotion and feeling that the originals had?

I feel cheated.
2003-02-28 11:30:32 PM  
Notice how the "original" reproduces EVERY detail, including the celluouse pock marks. Now look at the "models" photographed. Surprised? It must be technology that hides all those "imperfections." I think the word for it is "Photoshopped" or "air brushed."

Think about it, artists of the outdated "brush" medium, actually tried to recreate what they saw in every detail. Today people use programs to hide and change what is displayed to make it perfect (in their eye.)

2003-02-28 11:31:37 PM  

What they lack in emotion they more fark it.
2003-02-28 11:31:43 PM  
The term would be Rubenesque, after the painter Rubens.

Reubenesque would be a fat chick who eats Reuben sandwiches often. Or perhaps referring to Reuben Kinkade, of Partridge Family fame.

/smartass art historian
2003-02-28 11:34:21 PM  

Dude, that was good.
2003-02-28 11:42:41 PM  
Eh, i may have spelled it wrong, but you get the point...

Ovenall: in recent years, that term has been used rather derogatorily, like a nice way of saying a fat biatch, but rubenesque is describing full-figured women, not fatties. having a soft tummy doesn't make a chick fat. or have you forgot what REAL women look like?

/just took rennaisance art history not too long ago and quite full of himself.
2003-02-28 11:43:55 PM  
What does a reuben sandwhich consist of? I'm hungry and curious.
2003-02-28 11:45:02 PM  
Did anyone else catch the title of that one painting 'Danae and the shower of gold'? Where are the freaked out fetish people? I expect jokes, and lots of them. Chop chop.
2003-02-28 11:47:30 PM  

I wasn't attacking you. I agree with you. Just pointing out your ignorant spelling mistake with a reference to Renaissance art, deli food and a late 60s American sitcom.

2003-02-28 11:49:21 PM  

For the record, I liked the Reuben Kinkade line; any fat chick allusions, while appreciated, weren't appreciated.

/covers ass like a champ
2003-02-28 11:51:03 PM  
Reuben sandwich:

Corned beef, swiss cheese and sauerkraut on grilled rye bread, often with Russian dressing. Heart attack on a plate.
2003-02-28 11:54:32 PM  
Ovenall: I coulda sworn that's how it was spelled, but i checked, i stand corrected. Sorry to be so defensive....

But really, what is in a reuben sandwhich??

What surprises me is that they didn't recreate the Venus of Urbino. I think that would have been a great shot to be photoshopped...err...photographed. eh, You can never tell these days.
2003-03-01 12:01:45 AM  
I highly recommend reuben sandwiches. Ask for the Russian dressing on the side, though. It can tend to get a little too gloopy, what with the hot sauerkraut and all.

2003-03-01 12:06:28 AM  
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Choices, choices....
2003-03-01 12:11:46 AM  
mmmmmm, reubens and rubens, my two favorite things to eat. well, maybe not reubens.
2003-03-01 12:36:03 AM  
Graffetti seen on a church wall
Heart with an arrow:

Mary M
4 Eva
2003-03-01 12:40:33 AM  
These pictures remind me of the Pageant of the Masters that is held every year in Laguna Beach, CA (, but they are not nearly as cool. I was one of the Pageant's volunteer 'performers' for a couple of years, and it was a very cool experience. If you're in SoCal during the summer, you should definitely check it out.
2003-03-01 12:42:52 AM  
MilkBone, the other brother had Aquiteas (sp?) on his hand, which translates (I think) as justice.
2003-03-01 01:15:51 AM  
What? No references to the Dan Akroyd SNL skit about Titian yet?
2003-03-01 01:29:38 AM  
02-28-03 11:45:02 PM Xfoxfirex
"Did anyone else catch the title of that one painting 'Danae and the shower of gold'? Where are the freaked out fetish people? I expect jokes, and lots of them. Chop chop."

Piss poor work?

/has nothing
2003-03-01 01:47:12 AM  
Fark art, those ancient females were downright nasty.

Titian= Old and Busted

Page 3= New Hotness

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2003-03-01 02:11:27 AM  
In other words...

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2003-03-01 02:45:58 AM  
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2003-03-01 02:55:31 AM  
cromar, you are my new hero for the night, you always come up with the best 'i'd hit it' pics and phrases
2003-03-01 07:26:24 AM  
T-i-t, i-a-n. Titty-an, honest to god.
2003-03-01 01:54:13 PM  
Poe01, you are correct Murphy MacManus had Aequitas on his hand, which means justice, from which we get the word equity.

/second year latin
2003-03-01 02:17:15 PM  
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2003-03-01 03:28:46 PM  
They don't exactly "repose" well, do they? Like posable Barbies.
2003-03-01 03:48:39 PM  
2003-03-01 07:41:52 PM  
I'm just glad they didn't go for accurately doubling the figures.

fat chicks haven't been art since the 70s
2003-03-02 12:14:06 AM  
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