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Gamine BS: Womanly Jiggles. What's the verdict? (193* d) RE: BS: Womanly Jiggles. What's the verdict? 11 Jun 02


Right on, Amergin!

Hey SINSULL: yeah, I caught it, too (Dave's "in between" comment) Pretty funny stuff! It is worth a back look for those of you who missed it the first time.

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I am interested in the WHY's of these discrepencies (society saying one thing, but most of us really preferring to BE with something very different)...is there some sort of mechanism for our desires and preferences? Is there some sort of evolutionary trend? Is it all just what society throws at us?

I read once that men prefer woman with ruby lips - the face kind - because at one time (if you believe that at one time we may have been on all fours, and obviously naked)the color of our (please take no offense, it really was a scientific article) OTHER lips was what men most noticed (are you getting the anatomical picture/position right in your head?), the hue of which deepen in color when we were/are, shall I say, ready? And now, the synthetically ruby lips on our faces provide a distant lingering shock to a man's old brain - a sign to him that we are 'ready'. (even if you don't believe any of the claims to old brain, etc. it is fun to think about and speculate)

Does anyone know if there is something similiar going on with the jiggly controversy? I have some ideas about child bearing/life expectancy etc...

Anyone want to comment on what they think the mechanism may be as it pertains to jiggly vs. non-jiggly, evolutionarily or otherwise? Like I said before, I am really interested in the WHY's of this.

(and hey, if we can develop it enought to find a way to fit it into a bottle or jam it into a pill we will all make millions!)




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