Dressing Up... Message Board

  • View author's info Author posted on Jun 26, 2005 at 16:46


    Well, well, well: I've seen various profile pictures posted on MM with girlies dressed up from Caberet extras to slinky catwomen costumes, so here's a non-serious thread for a little bit of fun.

    (It is purely hypothetical I hasten to add).

    If you were a rich girlie and had just bought Millionaire Match and could change the rules, what would you make men pose in for their profile pictures?

    Would it be:

    a: A dinner jacket and bow tie, a la James Bond.
    b: A fireman's outfit.
    c: Formal Highland attire (i.e. a kilt)
    d: In a (clean) workman's boiler suit, with easy-open 'pop-stubs' all the way down...
    e: Swimming trunks.
    f: Another suggestion??
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  • View author's info posted on Jul 13, 2005 at 23:40



    sharp1 write:

    Minerva415 write:

    AlpenSnow write:

    Minerva415 write:

    Uuhhhmm... Alpen... I'm puzzled. It would distract only your "second"..?? What about your "first"...??
    (Minny asking innocently...)



    The person at the top of a climbing rope is called the leader (or 'lead') and the person at the bottom is called the 'second'.

    (Assuming your climbing partner is of the opposite sex) It's one of the few sports where being second can be visually more fun...



    I see... and my dirty little mind was going elsewhere... again...
    *sigh*


    Mine too! lol It's normal right? It's got nothing to do with being deprived of anything, ya think? lol I mean men think about se*x every 4 seconds and women every 4.1 seconds! LOL



    hmmm.... I think it has to do more with being depraved darlin'....
    really...?? is it only 4.1 seconds?? dang.. it always seems like an eternity from one thought to the next.
  • View author's info posted on Jul 13, 2005 at 15:28


    For some reason this picture was deleted from my post above, I'm not sure why.

    Anyhow, climbing harnesses have leg loops and it would look awkward try to get a kilt underneath them.

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  • View author's info posted on Jul 13, 2005 at 14:47



    Minerva415 write:

    AlpenSnow write:

    Minerva415 write:

    Uuhhhmm... Alpen... I'm puzzled. It would distract only your "second"..?? What about your "first"...??
    (Minny asking innocently...)



    The person at the top of a climbing rope is called the leader (or 'lead') and the person at the bottom is called the 'second'.

    (Assuming your climbing partner is of the opposite sex) It's one of the few sports where being second can be visually more fun...



    I see... and my dirty little mind was going elsewhere... again...
    *sigh*


    Mine too! lol It's normal right? It's got nothing to do with being deprived of anything, ya think? lol I mean men think about se*x every 4 seconds and women every 4.1 seconds! LOL
  • View author's info posted on Jul 13, 2005 at 02:37



    AlpenSnow write:

    Minerva415 write:

    Uuhhhmm... Alpen... I'm puzzled. It would distract only your "second"..?? What about your "first"...??
    (Minny asking innocently...)



    The person at the top of a climbing rope is called the leader (or 'lead') and the person at the bottom is called the 'second'.

    (Assuming your climbing partner is of the opposite sex) It's one of the few sports where being second can be visually more fun...



    I see... and my dirty little mind was going elsewhere... again...
    *sigh*
  • View author's info posted on Jul 12, 2005 at 11:22



    AlpenSnow write:

    Minerva415 write:

    Uuhhhmm... Alpen... I'm puzzled. It would distract only your "second"..?? What about your "first"...??
    (Minny asking innocently...)



    The person at the top of a climbing rope is called the leader (or 'lead') and the person at the bottom is called the 'second'.

    (Assuming your climbing partner is of the opposite sex) It's one of the few sports where being second can be visually more fun...



    In this case visually more fun for your female partner! lol Alas, not for you! If she is prone to making lurid comments, you may find yourself blushing and failing to concentrate properly on your next foot hold! Maybe a kilt is not such a good idea for you to wear! We don't want you falling now do we? lol
  • View author's info posted on Jul 12, 2005 at 10:30



    Minerva415 write:

    Uuhhhmm... Alpen... I'm puzzled. It would distract only your "second"..?? What about your "first"...??
    (Minny asking innocently...)



    The person at the top of a climbing rope is called the leader (or 'lead') and the person at the bottom is called the 'second'.

    (Assuming your climbing partner is of the opposite sex) It's one of the few sports where being second can be visually more fun...
  • View author's info posted on Jul 12, 2005 at 07:31



    Minerva415 write:

    sharp1 write:

    AlpenSnow write:
    That WAS an old picture (as I prevously mentioned). My kilt is out of commission at the moment - it needs a new buckle put in it, otherwise it tends to fall down of its own accord (potentially embarassing...).

    So... until it gets back from the kilt maker, no more pictures I'm afraid ladies and lassies.



    Hahaha! Alpen...you are leaving yourself WIDE OPEN here! lol

    "it needs a new buckle put in it, otherwise it tends to fall down of its own accord (potentially embarassing...)."

    Embarrassing for who? Not us! lol If it fell down that would be better than bending over! LOL



    Sharp honey... you took the words right out of my mouth - ROFL!!!
    Great minds think alike....


    Can't disagree with you there!
  • View author's info posted on Jul 12, 2005 at 03:02



    AlpenSnow write:

    sixfeetwtc write:
    So, are you going to post the picture of yourself in a kilt while rock climbing as I suggested?



    Hello sixfeet:
    As you may or may not be aware, modern climbing harnesses have a waistband and leg loops (see picture).

    So... it would be a choice between awkwardly shoving the kilt into the leg loops, or wearing the kilt over the harness, which might distract my second every time the rope moved...

    Tough choice! :-)



    Uuhhhmm... Alpen... I'm puzzled. It would distract only your "second"..?? What about your "first"...??
    (Minny asking innocently...)
  • View author's info posted on Jul 12, 2005 at 02:59



    sharp1 write:

    AlpenSnow write:
    That WAS an old picture (as I prevously mentioned). My kilt is out of commission at the moment - it needs a new buckle put in it, otherwise it tends to fall down of its own accord (potentially embarassing...).

    So... until it gets back from the kilt maker, no more pictures I'm afraid ladies and lassies.



    Hahaha! Alpen...you are leaving yourself WIDE OPEN here! lol

    "it needs a new buckle put in it, otherwise it tends to fall down of its own accord (potentially embarassing...)."

    Embarrassing for who? Not us! lol If it fell down that would be better than bending over! LOL



    Sharp honey... you took the words right out of my mouth - ROFL!!!
    Great minds think alike....
  • View author's info posted on Jul 12, 2005 at 00:01



    AlpenSnow write:

    sixfeetwtc write:
    So, are you going to post the picture of yourself in a kilt while rock climbing as I suggested?



    Hello sixfeet:
    As you may or may not be aware, modern climbing harnesses have a waistband and leg loops (see picture).

    So... it would be a choice between awkwardly shoving the kilt into the leg loops, or wearing the kilt over the harness, which might distract my second every time the rope moved...

    Tough choice! :-)


    LOL...Six, I never saw that suggestion made by you. Good one! lol
    The distraction Alpen I'm sure would be quite entertaining though!!lol You might even draw an audience down below. Had any thoughts of a career change? lol
  • View author's info posted on Jul 11, 2005 at 17:07



    sixfeetwtc write:
    So, are you going to post the picture of yourself in a kilt while rock climbing as I suggested?



    Hello sixfeet:
    As you may or may not be aware, modern climbing harnesses have a waistband and leg loops (see picture).

    So... it would be a choice between awkwardly shoving the kilt into the leg loops, or wearing the kilt over the harness, which might distract my second every time the rope moved...

    Tough choice! :-)
  • View author's info posted on Jul 11, 2005 at 13:14


    LOL...you were quick...you must be online!

    I was going to quickly post another, declaring my lost innocents on MM with so many bad (maybe good) influences! lol
  • View author's info posted on Jul 11, 2005 at 13:10


    Alas, it is as I said, getting repaired as I typed, so the next time it is worn it will be intact and fully functioning.

    (The kilt that is, before I see any more sneaky comments).
  • View author's info posted on Jul 11, 2005 at 12:50



    AlpenSnow write:
    That WAS an old picture (as I prevously mentioned). My kilt is out of commission at the moment - it needs a new buckle put in it, otherwise it tends to fall down of its own accord (potentially embarassing...).

    So... until it gets back from the kilt maker, no more pictures I'm afraid ladies and lassies.



    Hahaha! Alpen...you are leaving yourself WIDE OPEN here! lol

    "it needs a new buckle put in it, otherwise it tends to fall down of its own accord (potentially embarassing...)."

    Embarrassing for who? Not us! lol If it fell down that would be better than bending over! LOL
  • View author's info posted on Jul 11, 2005 at 10:38


    That WAS an old picture (as I prevously mentioned). My kilt is out of commission at the moment - it needs a new buckle put in it, otherwise it tends to fall down of its own accord (potentially embarassing...).

    So... until it gets back from the kilt maker, no more pictures I'm afraid ladies and lassies.
  • View author's info posted on Jul 11, 2005 at 10:33



    sharp1 write:

    AlpenSnow write:
    Strewth!!!

    I've just got back from 2 days walking in the hills and there's all kind of posts (and threats) here...

    Let me think about it and I'll get back to you...


    What does strewth mean?



    "Strewth!" is an exclamation of surprise, a bit like "Blimey!", "Jings!" or "Jeezus!"
  • View author's info posted on Jul 11, 2005 at 01:49


    I pick C a kilt...As long as he's a real Scotsman...Damn I love a real Highlander with that long hair and an accent ta boot
  • View author's info posted on Jul 11, 2005 at 01:25



    sharp1 write:

    AlpenSnow write:
    Strewth!!!

    I've just got back from 2 days walking in the hills and there's all kind of posts (and threats) here...

    Let me think about it and I'll get back to you...


    What does strewth mean?

    No threats...just a little friendly persuasion, between friends of course! lol

    Alpen, this thread has practically become your personal thread! :-) You should be happy! Look at your harem! Such beautiful women! :-))



    Alpen honey... nothing to think about. You're cornered. tee hee hee

    You really got us with that "strewth"... here's what I found:
    ***********
    ...scrambled Adj. Confused. E.g."Strewth, my head's scrambled from all those drugs." Also applies to one's hearing, E.g."What did he say ? My ears were on scramble." scrag Verb. To handle roughly. scran Noun. Food.
    *********

    so darlin' tell us now. What's to be confused about?
    You are surrounded.
    Cat has a whip.
    You may as well surrender.
  • View author's info posted on Jul 10, 2005 at 22:57



    AlpenSnow write:
    Strewth!!!

    I've just got back from 2 days walking in the hills and there's all kind of posts (and threats) here...

    Let me think about it and I'll get back to you...


    What does strewth mean?

    No threats...just a little friendly persuasion, between friends of course! lol

    Alpen, this thread has practically become your personal thread! :-) You should be happy! Look at your harem! Such beautiful women! :-))
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