And I suppose blokes too might give it some thought.
Forget busty Pamela Anderson and scrawny Stick insect Paris Hilton Most blokes would prefer a Miss Average. The size 12 to 14 figure being the most sought after by men The most attractive woman is aged between 25 and 44, about 165cm or 5ft 6ins tall, with 40 inch hips and 30 inch waist, so skinnies beware of being the ugliest of all unless you come into the jumbo size bracket and wearing size 30 red flannel bloomers with galvanized gussets. Mind you it does help enormously if you dress to suit your body details. A while back a cocky young wench told me she had made the dress she was wearing, I told "I can see you have you must be very poor".
Then again this study on obesity I have been reading indicated that chubby people with a few love handles may help a person live longer and the bad news is; thinner people have the shortest life expectancy.
So professional Rolex clad blokes and other bad sorts of all ages still believe the Charm of the Merc or Lexus is enough to win a feminine heart, In a minority of cases such as sheer desperation, poverty, or gold digging yes, however the vast majority of ladies have different thoughts on this matter.
Men save your money, you don't need a car if you are a good looking Adonis your looks will divert the attention of that fair of face, delicious full bodied hour glass figure (12-14)away from cars whilst her red corpuscles are running hot and screaming for your attention.
In the wash up the good looking under twenty five guy in his hotted up Holden Ute. would fare better in the selection stakes than Mister cravat wearing middle life crises in his classic MG Roadster. In fact the vehicle would be viewed more favourably if were empty.
Where better to store them?
Dunny Scribes and their viewers will remember the main slogan daubed on many a insanitary S^#*t house wall.
"No need to stand upon the seat, the crabs in here jump fifteen feet"
A Sydney fish market that stored Crabs in a toilet cubicle is among the NSW Govt's name and shame list. Jemes fish market in Liverpool rd Ashfield was hit with two fines of $660.
Can you imagine the carnage to ones nether regions should those two species have mutated.
Something from my favourite whipping post the Brit Royal Navy.
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Sprouts off the menu on HMS Bulwark.
Reports coming in this morning indicate that, Captain Keble, RN, Commanding Officer of the assault ship HMS Bulwark has banned Brussels Sprouts from the ship's menu, believing them to be "the devil's vegetable". Now here is a selfish bastard if there ever was.
I would not agree with Captain Keble on this as I love sprouts but they must be cooked properly, just on the soft side of crisp, with scraps of cooked smoked bacon mixed in with them.
Modern day sailors are softie's compared to the WW2 sailors of the British Pacific fleet at sea for three months at a time with logistical support but living rough and feeding on dehydrated veggies,I am certain we would have welcomed Brussels Sprouts instead of the mystic miscellaneous ingredients of Sakashima pie with added weevils, served up at our action stations. Our only entertainment was the daily visits from the Japanese Air force Kamikaze acrobatic teams, Yes teams, never saw the same guys twice, they didn't have return tickets.( Commodore Bill Kelly, KGV Assoc U/K, how do you like your sprouts old mate)
Rosemary and I, (sounds like a forthcoming royal speech) Had a enjoyable evening at the Club where a 60's type band played music we were able to tolerate and move our legs to, yes we have still got it in the Hop dept, more so than some two left leg couples,. Mrs nice person as most would describe Rosemary-looked even more beautiful Its wonderful what diffused lighting and a couple of JWs can do. I have just had breakfast sitting at this computer, writing this twaddle. I must now move and get some exercise. See you later, have a happy day vest.
June 19, 2009 6:00 PM
Saturday, 20 June 2009
To advise that Vest (Les Bowyer) passed away this morning. Regards, Chris (Son).
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