July 7th, 2006

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[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: July 7th, 2006 - 05:54 pm (Link)
On your blouse story: Why didn't you just wear the shirt unbutton entirely and wear the tank under it? Or was the tank too lacy for that? As a guy, I think seeing a girls bra is a lot "distracting" as you say then seeing the same girl in a bikini because we're guys and there's something about that aspect that we're not supposed to be seeing it. Its a naughty kinda thing. We're boys. We're stupid.

On your daughter: Are you sure she doesn't notice? Obviously, I've only met her the twice, but she seems rather bright. If she wears makeup she obviously wants to be "pretty." Maybe she just doesn't care to make a big deal of inappropriate attention or maybe she is just mature enough to ignore it? *shrug* Anyway, it's rather cool that you let her make her own decisions.

On making all decisions: I dunno. I think mamarayne would agree that she gave me a fair bit of leway with stuff while I was growing up. I've always been pretty independent. That said, I sometimes ask her for guidance on stuff even now. I was more getting at when would she be allowed to say "Mom, I want to get my nipple pierced" without you freaking out. And you kinda of answered that. On the flip side, I knew some parents that wouldn't even allow their daughters to get their ears pierced at 15.
[User Picture]From: sonbanon Date: July 7th, 2006 - 06:18 pm (Link)
Aw, my "start" and "end" idealism tags didn't show up for my first paragraph above. Dang.

She's bright but I don't think yet has the social maturity to quite understand what I'm referring to as the power of the female body.

As for my blouse/ tank story: It's way too complicated to explain in detail on LJ but I had to wear something professional and I literally had nothing else available, again, due to weight gain + negative finances. Leaving the blouse unbuttoned was too casual. In hindsight, a less lacy tank would have been smarter and would have looked like a tank under the blouse, not a bra/negligee thingy.

P.S. I was thinking about you at lunch today. My waitress had the biggest chest, like big long saggy chest, and this like foot long twisted up cleavage. It wasn't distracting: it was disgusting. I don't know that my male companion felt the same way :)
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: July 7th, 2006 - 07:19 pm (Link)
Contrary to what one might assume by the way I write here, I'm actually not overly fond of very large cleavage. Nice cleavage, sure. But bigger doesn't necessarilly mean better.

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