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Friday, February 21, 2020

Bottomless exception

After some heavier thought-exploring topics, and today being Friday, I spent a free, freezing cold morning, looking for something fun to post.  As sometimes happens, what I was thinking instead led to a completely unexpected photo trend. I started out looking for images of cute ladies flashing outdoors. (A topic near and dear to my heart and rather currently-frustrated groin.) And initially I found this:

What made this appealing was that based on the crowd in the background, this does not seem to a nude vacation beach. So.....WTF?

But what struck me as odd was the inexplicable willingness to bare one's privates while keeping one's top on. I mean.....isn't it usually the opposite? So I started down this trail and found this:

I began to see this as some bizarre twist on the old "what's missing in this picture?" puzzles.

But, then pursuing this "only one bottomless" theme led to a bonanza of images! Who knew???? Here are a few that I found within just minutes of searching:

I am so baffled by these! 

Is this a "thing"? "Hey, let's pose for a group shot and one of us won't be wearing bottoms!"

How do they decide who it will be? There doesn't seem to be a pattern.

Is the girl on the left upset that she isn't the one chosen to flash? LOL

Again, this doesn't seem to a clothes-optional event. What's with the missing bottoms?????

And this seems the perfect place to 'end'. 

If anyone knows anything about this just one person with  'top on/bottom off' , please comment! I'm fascinated by this.








24 comments:

  1. Very odd. I'd bet there's a high correlation between the most beers/hard seltzer/margaritas consumed and whose swimsuit bottoms came off.

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    1. Perhaps, but they don't look drunk or even in an alcohol-oriented area. And in fact, I also noticed that quite a few of the subjects seem to be particularly young, like true "barely legals". That's why I was wondering if this was a "thing"?

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    2. There is a part of me (literally and figuratively) that hopes this does become a "thing!" Now this is a trend I could enthusiastically follow!

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  2. I don't have any idea what the backstories are, but I sure liked the pics!

    -ZM

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    1. They are cuties....but what a friggin mystery!

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  3. BTW, I just posted a bunch of stuff on Dan's blog about rationalizations. I am too lazy to cross post it here, but since it was your topic idea, I wanted to let you know. I thought I would have nothing to write about it, and then realized that most every thought I have about it contains at least some rationalization.

    -ZM

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    1. Thanks. Yeah, right? It really gets you thinking once you start bouncing all the ideas around. Inexplicable that others find it superfluous.

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    2. It is strange that others feel that way, though I at times envy those who don't think nearly so much. I never stop thinking - and overthinking - which does not necessarily simplify life, though I do believe it makes life richer.

      I love Dan's blog, visit it daily, at least to read the comments whether I have time to post or not, and view it as a tremendously helpful resource. Having said that, or perhaps more precisely BECAUSE of that, I have grown quite frustrated by the endless stream of couples (where both post) that keep popping up, dominate the conversation, keep suggesting new topics, and then inevitably get mad about some minor issue that shows that they cannot control the blog, so they stomp away, take their ball and go home. It would be fine if they did that and would actually stay away, but then amazingly enough, without fail, after a couple of weeks there is a "new" couple that "have been reading the blog for years but never posted" who appear on the scene. Wash, rinse, repeat... Apparently resurrection wasn't limited to 33AD...! I could not overthink it (yeah right!) and just take them at face value and appreciate their input, but for me since I doubt who they are - their "story" - everything they say loses credibility.

      -ZM
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      Anyway, I thought it was a good topic at least.

      -ZM

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    3. What? You don't think those are all real couples? I'm shocked. Shocked I say! :-)

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    4. Hahahaha. Actually, one of the most interesting dynamics of blogs in general is their anonymity. If I were to see you (Dan), walking down the street, I would have no idea. The same cannot be said for KD, who is much, much more out there than most of us!

      Consequently, who really knows who is real and who is not? I only know about myself. Having said that, I do think that there is a certain "rhyming" pattern that seems to repeat, where "couples" get mad and leave, only to be amazingly replaced within weeks. I guess we should just feel good that there are so many like-minded couples (almost identical to each other) who are just lurking on the sidelines, waiting until they are needed! ;-)

      -ZM

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    5. In this brand new world of AI, maybe we're all just very sophisticated bots!

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    6. Well, if I were a bot, then my bot-wife would probably say that I am not sophisticated enough! I guess she would be one of the spanking-bots that I have seen over the years?

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    7. ZM: >>>>> If I were to see you (Dan), walking down the street, I would have no idea. The same cannot be said for KD, who is much, much more out there than most of us!"<<<<<<

      Ah, but would you recognize me better from the front or back? LOL

      I have long speculated with Dan over one particular "cyclical couple". We've gone 'round 'n' 'round on that one. But for me the wheel allways seems to stop at a person I like to call "Helenabeth"/"Liz" for short. LOL

      Oh and if I was a bot, I'd immediately start constructing a new body with less aches and pains and better working parts! Why be a bot if you've got to be one step from the scrap heap? I feel like the dilapidated droids in the first Star Wars movie inside the Jawa rover. "Uncle Owen, this R2 unit has a bad motivator" Maybe that's why I rely on Rosa and her paddle to be my 'motivator'?

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    8. ZM: Your comment on thinking makes me think we may be very much alike in that respect. I can't stop. Even when I relax I do it with a challenging movie or documentary. To me, "mindless fun" is an oxymoron.

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    9. KD. Agree exactly, both on the couple's (actually almost certainly a single person) many identities, and also on the relaxing thing. I don't really relax, because to me I find it to be boring and even tiresome. I never stop thinking, except sometimes to sleep, and even that is always difficult.

      -ZM

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    10. Regarding thinking, same here. It just never stops. I've been meditating for a dozen years, I still can at most succeed in slowing thoughts down a bit. Interestingly, one of my kids told me recently that they have no such internal dialog playing in their heads. Honestly, it just left me puzzled to no end. I honestly don't have the vaguest notion what that would be like. About the closest I come to really turning it off are while skiing or, sometimes, motorcycling. The thinking doesn't quite turn off, but it at least dissipates. I suspect skydiving or other really dangerous sports could turn it off, but I don't want to find out.

      KD, I definitely hear you on the new body. Had I known my 50s would feel like this, I would have done even more degenerate and dangerous things in my 30s and 40s.

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    11. The risk with skydiving or other very extreme sports is that it might quickly and permanently turn the thinking off, which would definitely be overkill.

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    12. No skydiving for me unless the plane I'm on is going down. Nothing wrong with parachuting when there's a point behind it.

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  4. I agree why just one bottomless showing her smooth pussy. then I began to wonder. How about each picture was taken for the bottomless girls BF, or maybe a challenge from the other two to bare her bottom for the BF.
    archedone

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    1. Perhaps. But the thing that got me was how many of these there are. I'd be more inclined to go with your suggestion if it was a one-off shot.

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  5. Females seem more carefree, doing what males think about doing, but don't. Females are wanting something, us males just have to figure out what, that is the hard part. Jack

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    1. And don't forget, even as a gender, they're not all alike! Makes that "figuring" part all the more difficult.

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  6. Wow! Who would have thought there might be such a thing as one bottomless in the photo? I am old, but they generally seemed very (barely legal) young.
    Still enjoyed viewing them. Thanks for the "research".

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    1. Yes, I definitely noticed that. Which is also what made it seem like a "thing". Young folks are always getting into some social media trend. Maybe this is a little known one?

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