To Cleave or Not to Cleave, That is the Question

Okay Peopleaneous. I’m about to perform a little exercise in exposure therapy. Here goes. Are you ready?

Breasts.
Boobs.
Jugs.
Tits.
Tatas.
Funbags.
Bouncy pillows of joy.
Those jiggly things.
Gazongas.
Hooters.
Knockers.
Rack.

Whew. I hated that. Like seriously, I’m cringing. You see, while I wasn’t raised in some sort of puritanical household, I was raised in the South where boobs are hidden except by tarts and women with boobs that defy the laws of nature and could never be covered even by the quilts of a thousand grannies.

It has been pointed out to me that I take it more seriously than most. Like. Super seriously, man. It’s not that I’m a prude, though I’m prudeish. I don’t mind sex jokes. I can handle sex scenes in movies, though uncomfortably at times. I’m totally vulgar and crude at times. To the point where I’ve embarrassed some of my male coworkers. But those instances rarely have to do with sex. As far as I’m concerned, no one in the world is having sex. I don’t want to know about your sex life. And I sure as fuck don’t want you to even think I’ve ever had sex in my life.

And I don’t have boobs. My shirt just sticks out up there. That’s all. And you don’t have boobs, either. And you don’t have dicks or balls. Except, we all do. No. Wait. We all have something. But few of us have all at once. Whatever. You get my point.

But when it comes to dressing myself. Y’all. Seriously. If I even think a top is gonna reveal cleavage, I won’t buy it. I won’t wear it. I won’t even consider it. Unless I can be assured that the cami I will wear beneath it will cover the rest and preserve my modesty.

The only person I want seeing any part of my breasts is whomever I may be intimate with. Which is not something I wanna get into here, but suffice it to say my sexual experiences have been rather limited.

So. Bible Belt upbringing + Inborn modesty + Hardcore aversion to attention + Not wanting to be perceived as one of those girls (like my sister who lets all that shit hang out, Free Willy style, except Free Boobies) = Stephanie blushing like mad when Geeky Boy Scout casts his eyes downward because fuck, my sweater slipped. Today, for example, I’m wearing a light sweater, a cami beneath, and a scarf! All to hide cleavage and any extra chins I may or may not have. (Dudes, I just like scarves. I don’t actually use them to hide cleavage, though it’s a serious added bonus.)

I not only cannot handle my own cleavage, but I cannot handle seeing the cleavage of others. Because while I’m straight as an arrow, exposed cleavage draws the eye. Period. I don’t care if you’re a man or a woman, you’re gonna look. You can’t help it. And I don’t wanna think about your tits! I don’t wanna see the cleave! Cover yourself, you harlot of Satan!

OHMYGODZOOEYNO
Oh My God, Zooey! No! Bad! Bad! Cover thyself, heathen!

You know I’m exaggerating, but for seriouses. Cleavage makes me super uncomfortable. For the most part, around where I live, I don’t see it often. So lack of exposure makes it shocking and appalling when I do see it. I’ve been told, “You’re gonna HATE it if you ever come to Sydney, because chicks walk to the shops in bikini tops sometimes.” Or, “You’re gonna be in for a major shock in Seattle, because the rivers of cleavage rival the mighty Amazon.”

And I know. But I can’t help it. And if you do so happen to see my cleavage or my traitorous nipples poking through my top, please don’t stare too long. I’ll blush like a schoolgirl and cover myself with the nearest thing possible: my hands, shirt material, stapling paper to my chest. You know. The logical choices.

So ladies and gentlemen, pervs and pervettes: tell me. To cleave or not to cleave? For that, my dears, is the question.

222 thoughts on “To Cleave or Not to Cleave, That is the Question

      1. Someone told me they knew Victoria’s Secret: Vic’s a man! I AM completely convinced that women are evil, but being a man I must confess, I’m absolutely evil too. If only the admiration were mutual. Holy crikey, but I LOVE everything about women, including that they can be evil. Yes, they’re evil, but damn, they are gorgeous.

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    1. Didn’t you know? The High Priestesses of the Feminine Order of HR send out their best weapon and use pheromones as a standard “is-he-a-potential-sexual-predator” test. Or, alternately, if you’re passing that test, “is-he-just-enough-charming-but-not-too-much” test.

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      1. Ahh, a devious test by any measure. I didn’t get the job, as I must have looked quite odd staring at the light fixtures in the ceiling as I was interviewed. πŸ˜€

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      2. I don’t think guys should be brutish about their masculinity or obsessive about your femininity, and I also think ladies (and gentlemen) shouldn’t put it all out there on conspicuous display and then be allowed to yell about and file lawsuits when someone notices. There should be a balance. And understanding. And civility.

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  1. As a male with a very male-functioning brain, it can be really to just want to drool over that shit and want everyone to let it all hang out. However, as a human being who belongs to the same species as females do and also has some body image issues that are only getting worse as I put on more and more weight, I tend to beat myself up over the “boobs are rad” train of thought whenever it happens in an everyday context.

    I obviously don’t have an answer but I wanted to put out there that boobs are oddly anxiety inducing, even as someone who doesn’t have them. Well, maybe I do, but if I just stress-ate a little less often and ever went outside, I wouldn’t.

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  2. I don’t have an aversion to it. I know their there, it’s not like it’s a state secret. That being said, too much is a bit much. Makes one look as though they’re trying too hard, at what I’m not quite sure. I will say though, there’s a time and place for everything, and work, your kids’ soccer match, or a funeral are not places having boobs spilling out would be considered appropriate. I’ve always ascribed to the notion of less is more, but what the hell do I know. πŸ˜ƒ

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      1. Bingo! My wife is like you. Not a prude, not by ANY stretch of the imagination. But she doesn’t feel the need to show the world her awesomeness. Hell, I don’t even prefer her to be in lingerie at all. One of the sexiest things ever is her in one of my shirts, unbuttoned a bit but not really showing anything.

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  3. Melons, you forgot melons….I have read your other post but it seems when I get around to reading your post it seems thousands of people have already left messages….so I will combine my responses into one….call me lazy….LOL love the flowers…are you going to take her up on the job…love the stories….cleavage….hummmm I got it, try not to flaunt it anymore…to old…my cousin recently pointed out that I have old womans cleavage….I guess it looks like a butt crack to her…LOL oh well I guess I need to get a better push up bra…lol not on your life….I like comfortable…..so old lady cleavage it is…..have a great day and I so do enjoy reading your post….kat

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    1. I did forget melons! Hahaha!

      Not gonna take that nice woman up on the job offer, unfortunately. I would LOVE to work with her, but she wants me in Houston or New Orleans – neither of which are my goal to settle in at this point.

      BUTT CRACK! Hahahaha ewwww!

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  4. Boobs….phew! Now that I have your attention…um…I could care less. Probably because I’m from San Diego, California….we have no shame over here. We will bitch and complain about women showing off cleavage as inappropriate but when it comes down to brass tacks I can see the girls almost everywhere!! In the workplace as well. Low cut shirts are a survival tactic of SoCal residents. Moobs galore as well. So yeah. Doesn’t bother me.

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    1. Hahaha moobs! I know…I’ve been brazen a couple of times. And trust me, my brazen is nowhere near what people would define as brazen. And it does add to confidence. But it also makes me hyper aware of my boobs ALL DAY. So I just keep those bitches hidden. πŸ˜€

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      1. What have I done? Well, “…And thus, the eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked…” Genesis 3:7 I know you’re ALL secretly naked under all those clothes, and I’m watching you internetly. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

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  5. Interesting. Even after publicly nursing babies…I used to be modest about cleaving as well, but I got over it when I moved to the south, because it was just too damned hot to be covered up. After a coupla months, I do believe August of 06, I decided my boobies would be cooler in a tank top. Now, I lived on a military base, which, in case you didn’t know, is about 90% cleavage and 10% camo, so I may have still been modest by dependapotamus ho standards.
    Life is too short, and many months are just too hot for crew necks.
    Also, in addition to having boobs, I also have sex.
    And you’re funneh πŸ˜›

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    1. Hahaha! Thank you, Joey!

      Oh man, I wear tank tops in the house all the time. It’s hot as fuck down here. But you know what? I’ll let you in on an embarrassing secret. I’m so modest, I’ll put on a different top before I’ll even go out to check my mail….and my mailbox is about a foot from my front door! πŸ˜€

      I even wear long sleeves in the summer sometimes – but that’s more of a sun sensitivity than a modesty thing.

      P.S. dependapotamus ho!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE YOU! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

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      1. Thanks πŸ˜€
        Well, I did carry a cardigan to wear when I went out in public, but I had no problem tending my children or my garden or fetching my mail with the boobies out. Of course, I hung out in the shade as much as possible, and I wore sunscreen daily. Gawd, I do not miss the south. Ah, I’m so pale and unfreckled now πŸ˜›

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      2. I can’t wait to get the hell out of the South! This year, I’m hoping!

        And no public boobies for me! Not yet. Part of it is a confidence issue, too. But mostly, it’s just out of character for me. It’s pretty entrenched. HA!

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  6. Just imagine all cleavages of the world are reversed butt cracks ingloriously (or gloriously) exposed and taking in some sun.
    Unless those bother you as well, in which case, you’re done for!
    Or not.
    Bouncey-bouncey-bouncey (water balloons)
    Doh!

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  7. OMG I have just died reading this, LOL. You are friggin hilarious! πŸ™‚ I have been back and forth. I was brought up where you didn’t do these things then my mom not having much decided that she preferred that I became comfortable with my body and allowed me to show it. I have D’s and well they are there! So I did that for a while and realized that wasn’t really me either just a teen/ young adult trying to fit in with others. I prefer to be in between. A v-neck that doesn’t PLUNGE. I like being somewhat modest because that can be sexy and let others wonder what you have to offer let it be mysterious without showing it all. After being a lifeguard for over 8 years you learn to get comfortable with your body and not show it all the time!

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      1. True I have found some nice square neck lines to that I am falling in love with too now as an alternative because v-necks are starting to get deeper and deeper as you mentioned this generation is SKINTAlous

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      2. I bought one too and learned to put a cute bright tank under it so when it slipped it looked sorta 80’s and trendy since highlighter colors are in with that slub tee look now

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  8. I’m a guy, and I’m married, so if they’re out there I’m going to notice, pretend I didn’t notice, (try not to) blush a little and try to avert my stare. Women are beautiful. Cleavage is hypnotizing, curves are hypnotizing, and put that in motion and I’m trapped. Oh, no, I wasn’t staring at you, honey, I thought there was a quarter on the ground over there behind you. It’s kind of a catch 22 for guys. When do you want us to notice you? When do you want us to ignore you? It can be hard…to tell, especially if you’re out there with your wares on display. So, sorry if my reaction is inappropriate. For the record, I want you to notice me, be a bit jealous of my wife, say something nice, smile and move along while I try to do the same without staring. I’m fortunate I love beautiful eyes and try to focus on them or your earrings, or your shoes. Not your broach or your sweater or your tiny triangles of tempting textile. You’re beautiful, please try not to be offended when I notice that you’re beautiful.

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    1. Aw no no no, that’s not the impression I was trying to leave. I’m never offended when someone looks. I just get embarrassed! It’s human nature to notice things, especially if it’s outside the norm. When a woman is fully covered, but her “wares” are on display as you said – I think EVERYONE notices, whether they admit it or not. I totally get it. I just get so uncomfy!

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  9. I’m going to come right out and say it….

    I LOVE my boobs.

    Seriously, they are my best feature (physically speaking, of course). I kid you not – when I feel ugly, the right top and a glance down at my lovely girls makes me feel prettier.

    That being said, I do NOT wear clothes that reveal anything close to Zooey up there. God no! It looks like you are either (1) trash or (2) trying too hard/desperate or (3) oblivious to how terribly you’re dressed.

    [Disclaimer: I might wear something as revealing in the privacy of my home, only for John (boob man) but I would never consider stepping out the door like that.] I don’t think I’ve ever shown cleavage outside my home. (Well, maybe very slight cleavage in a swimsuit… that can’t be helped. I’m not swimming in a tee shirt. πŸ™‚ ) I like tops that are snug in the right places (but far from being too small) to accentuate the positives (and by positives, I mean boobs).

    I do completely agree on the whole distraction thing… everyone is going to look at your knockers if you’re presenting them like that — regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or even age (yes, even kids stare).

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    1. Hahaha yes! Ohmygosh, Sandra. This little girl I tutor. Every time I lean over her to help with something, BAM. And I’m like, “FOCUS WOMAN!” And she laughs and gets back to it…and then looks again. It’s funny and embarrassing. And I can’t help but wonder if she’s thinking…”Will my boobs be like that? Or like my mom’s?” HAHA!

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      1. Right? It was totally my paternal grandmother’s fault that I have to be paranoid about such things. My sister got it, too. But that girl…she’s wild as…as…she’s wild as a wild thing. I got super pissed at her because she’d do things like get a tattoo on her boob, then lift her shirt and show my then husband. He was disgusted (he never liked her brazenness), and she did it to hurt me. Anyway. Yeah. She lets those puppies fly. PUPPIES. There’s another one. EW!

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  10. I am a modest man myself and am not given to watching sex on TV. I don’t particularly enjoy half naked people but I do enjoy the female form. I therefore agree a modest cleavage is okay but sticking it all out there in your face, well I would say no thanks. Weirdly I think a lady topless at a beach is less sexual than a woman literally shoving her bosombalala’s into my face by means of inappropriate clothing a a poorly fitting over shoulder boulder holder…. πŸ™‚

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  11. This is a difficult subject to address because while I enjoy a nice set of bazooms (my contribution to the slang discussion), I don’t go out of my way to catch a gander at them. To me, I find it sexier when a woman leaves something to the imagination. I don’t date these days so these issues don’t blip on my radar. I suppose it’s a matter of individual preference.

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  12. I’m also far from being a prude on most things and also grew up in the Bible Belt. I don’t normally have a cleavage issue because of my size and the few times I’ve worn a push-up bra it felt unnatural having them so close to my clavicles.
    I also have a large chest piece which I keep mainly covered. I’m kind of introverted and don’t like the attention (not just on my chest, but anywhere really.)

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  13. This has never been an option for me. I have huge tits. Like, freakishly large. And I always have. Even turtlenecks look obscene on me, so I’ve just stopped caring/learned to live with it. It helps that I live in California, where even if half my titties are hanging out, I still look fairly modest by comparison. My fiance once had a woman come in to the grocery store where he works wearing a mesh shirt with a bikini top under it, but the bikini top was pulled down on one side and her whole damn titty was hanging out!

    I mean, I’m not a prude by any stretch of the imagination. I am all about #FreeTheNipple and all that jazz. More power to the folks that enjoy showing off. But, like, I don’t know. Don’t be naked around food, right? Unless it’s in the privacy of your own home, whatever, but don’t be swinging your bits about the stuff I’m going to eat. Really.

    Also growing up in skin-baring California, I developed the notion in my brain at a young age (and I’m sure advertising and reading Allure and Cosmo when I was 13 didn’t help much) that being half naked was attractive. So, I only ever felt sexy or attractive if I was also half naked. In recent years, I’ve been trying to move away from that, because I’m not entirely sure the half naked person is who I really want to be. Trying to learn to be comfortable with myself and acknowledge that I’m sexy even if people can’t see all my sexy bits. It’s a tough thing to unlearn!

    And for the record, despite not being a prude, I also am not interested in hearing about other peoples’ sex lives. I’m not judging anyone for having sex, but that doesn’t mean I need to be privy to the details. To me, when someone tells me about their sex life, they are essentially bringing me into their sex life. And maybe I don’t want to be involved. Consent matters, even if it’s just talking, you know.

    I have a lot of strong opinions on these matters, obviously.

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    1. Free the nipple! Hahaha!

      I get it…I just personally struggle with it. And how I feel about it. And how I want to present myself.

      But we’re in total agreement on sex stuff. Man some people tell you everything.

      One dude, before his wedding a couple years ago, came in and described in painful detail exactly how he and his wife got wax jobs before the wedding. What positions they were in. How much it hurt. EVERYTHING. I was like, I WILL KILL YOU NOW.

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      1. My best friend in high school always told me all of the horrible details of her sex life, from the moment she lost her virginity to her plan of visiting, like, three different guys in three different states (who she met through playing World of Warcraft). And, I’m not the type of person who would call someone a slut or shame them for being promiscuous, but I just sat there thinking, “Do you understand what a horrible idea this is on so many levels? You are absolutely going to get killed.”

        We are no longer friends, for the record.

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      2. Oh, I told her exboyfriend (who she had broken up with a few weeks prior and was planning on getting back together with when she got back from this trip) and he told her grandparents, who she was living with at the time. She was furious, but I wholly believe that she is alive today because of that decision, so. Sorry not sorry.

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  14. I’d leave a comment but the blood flow has left my brain for some reason.

    To me, cleavage is fine as long as it is not obnoxious. Modest cleavage is okay, but when everything is showing but the nipple, the person either does not own a mirror or is seeking male attention.

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  15. I personally agree with you. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think that every one that shows a little cleavage is sleazy (and I know that’s not what you meant either), but sometimes what people show is just way too much! Women don’t have to show it all or almost all of it for men to find them attractive and that’s not even the point. I think we should respect ourselves to not go around showing everything we have. Also, I find it sad that there’s so many different names for breasts.

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      1. YES! I’m missing out on so many people, because posts aren’t showing up in my email – which is what I rely on to keep track of everyone I wanna read.

        And even the reader is kicking people out for some reason (but the reader overwhelms me anyway).

        I don’t know how to fix the email situation. I’m not getting notifications for lovely people like you who I wanna keep up with. 😦

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      2. OH MY GOD, I DIDN’T KNOW THAT PLACE EXISTED. And now I’m mad! I see each and every single blog I followed has an option to read or get email notifications. Most of them are OFF! WHAT THE FUCK. Sorry. Okay, I know what I’m working on this afternoon if work is slow!

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      3. I’m feeling a lot better than I was in the super not so distant weeks gone by. And thank you so much for asking. The meds I’m on are helping, I believe. No. No. I KNOW they are. And it’s like this enormous cloud is slowly moving out and letting me glimpse the sun again.

        How are you? How have you been?

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  16. boobs are so … user friendly. but unfortunately not all of them are created equally and there is a definite difference between looking classy and looking trashy. but sometimes trashy is pretty good too. πŸ˜‰

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    1. Ha! I don’t suppose many people do! I know I’m in the minority. Even down here, I’m more sensitive to it than most. When people somehow find out, they’re like SERIOUSLY? That BOTHERS you?!?! πŸ˜€

      And thank you, Eric! πŸ˜€

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  17. Count me in the leave something to the imagination camp. While I am a red-blooded american male and can often be hypnotized by the female form, I don’t necessarily need it all hanging out to enjoy what I see. I suppose it’s in a woman’s personal preference what she shows or doesn’t show and that to me is how it should be.

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  18. It’s true about Sydney, it’s a very tits-out town. They also wear “shorts” that don’t really cover the bottom parts. Plus the abs. There’s bare abs everywhere. It makes me feel like a pervert.

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  19. I used to be ok with showing a little cleavage, it was really the only part of my body that I liked when I was in highschool. But living in S. Korea, you can wear the shortest TINIEST mini skirt but if you are showing too much of just your shoulder, you are going to be in TROUBLE! I’ve grown to be more modest. Now as a teacher though, I fully appreciated the “kindergarten bend” test in stores. I’ll try a shirt on, bend at the waist, and look in the mirror. If I can see any boobage, I put it back!

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      1. haha totally!! I was once wearing a very conservative tube top, like it showed nothing but my shoulders. And it was the middle of a Korean summer aka death by sweating out all the liquids. My friend who I was with was Korean and she was SO uncomfortable! I had to put on a sweater to cover my shoulders (probably my tattoo was a bigger issue as well, they are kind of illegal here…..)

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  20. I have a smiley face tattoo on my tit. And my boobs are pretty big, they cannot be contained nor am I going to. Because you shouldn’t be ashamed of your body, and considering men can do what they want, I’ll also wear what I want. Hey, sometimes you get a free garlic bread with your pizza, even though you didn’t order it. They are my ultimate weapon, read my post no regrets πŸ˜‰

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      1. It is liberating for me because for once I have some sort of power over a man… When I have something that makes men go a bit weak, you bet I’ll exploit it. Payback for what they did to me, my breasts are weapons, if you read my post on it I speak a lot better about it, but I’m not trying to plug myself, it’s just kind of my defence argument

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      2. I know, and it makes sense from your perspective. I know I get super super self conscious and tend to prefer modesty and get super embarrassed about displays of skin! But that doesn’t mean I expect others to hide because of my body issues and attention anxiety. When you’ve gone through the things you have, I can see how your perspective would shift entirely.

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  21. All these comments slightly piss me off, I can’t lie. There shouldn’t be a fucking standard for women! If I have my tits out, fucking deal with it mate, I don’t give a shit if it makes you uncomfortable, stare all you want but if I end up being in a high cleavage revealing top then I’m doing so because I wanted to! Delete this comment if you want steph that’s just how I feel.

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    1. I can feel myself getting non rational now, I’m sorry I commented it’s a triggering subject and I should’ve moved on. But the thing is I can’t win with women either. If it’s on display I’m a slut. I have no good comfortable bras or money to buy them so even when I walk out with a black tshirt and no bra I’m still greased off. And when I’m wearing a pikachu tshirt, bra, no makeup, my mum is like dress like a girl. I can’t win. It’s not fair.

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      1. No, in many ways you really can’t win. No matter what, someone is gonna be pissed off, offended, disguised, disappointed, what have you. I’m sorry I got you so upset, but I hope you know I just see you as impassioned and matter of fact about it.

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      2. I’m glad you do because I did not want to get crazy on someone else’s blog. I just get upset over the fact there’s so many set standards for women, it also ties into the, well she had her tits showing she was asking to be raped thing. And I know this wasn’t what this post was. And I understand everyone is entitled to their feelings. I just got unreasonably angry about it, and I’m sorry about that. And I wouldn’t honestly feel more comfortable if you deleted this conversation…

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      3. For me, I didn’t see it like that at all! You have a strong view and wanted to make damn sure nobody was trying to say women aren’t ALLOWED to do as we please. And you were dead on about the rape culture. It’s always the woman’s fault in the eyes of men and women who say shit like that.

        I think you’re fuckin awesome!

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      4. Thanks, that really did relieve the anxiety of what I’ve said. There aren’t too many things I can’t look at both sides but I guess I read that differently. Because I do not go out of my way to hurt anyone, I am not wearing what I wear to upset the partners of men, nor to upset my own. If it’s a hot day I’d rather my chest not be covered, it’s only ever for my own benefit. I don’t consider myself a homewrecker, I consider myself free because I’ve learnt to not care who’s looking at me

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      5. Damnit I wrote this well thought out reply, then fucking WordPress crashed.

        I want you to know that a lot of the post was tongue in cheek about my own anxiety. That comment about Zooey needing to cover the fuck up was me going full blown over the top on purpose. Neither she nor you nor anyone else has to do a fucking thing you don’t wanna!

        Plus you’ve got the women on here going flaunt it if you got it and I love my tits bitch! πŸ˜‚

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      6. You’re entitled to your opinion, and this is your space to voice it. But if you judge someone based on outside looks, you may miss out on how awesome they actually are. But in that same token, we all judge. And it’s my bad if I spoke to harshly, really.

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  22. OK to add to your line of cleavage I raise you several. I have competed where us athletes where bodysuits where for men you may as well be naked and women are actually better covered up but still. I have bartended a few parties in the last 12 months. One on NYE in NY , cold out and chicks not wearing anything under their revealing dresses and I went to another in November 1000 a plate and they dressed worse. At Belmont in June I saw borderline why wear anything types. Those fresh off an operating table and having a slit up to their breasts along side of their thigh and they made sure you saw it all. I saw others wearing spaghetti straps in 5k dresses where at least they looked good enough to pull it off. It was like award ceremonies and them flirting with you as you get them hammered allows for the mind to wander and for crazy things to happen later on. But there are far worse. What I dislike the most are the Holy Rollers, Jesus or God this and that all day Sunday and cheating all week and being Scantilly dressed.

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  23. If you’ve got it, flaunt it. They were put there to attract our partners and feed the babies. Living in the south and coming from Egypt, I am torn in the middle of some moral crisis. In Europe, it’s tits out and nipples showing, nothing to be seen in Egypt and severely padded bras to hide the the nipples in TX. Now I show an inch or so of cleavage in a suitably padded bra. Heck, I’m 55 and about to have a cataract removed so this year it will be two inches of cleavage unless the new eyesight makes me think, “Good Lord, mutton dressed as lamb!” πŸ™‚

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    1. Hahaha! You know, my paternal grandmother was all about flaunting. (You’re nowhere near the age she was – that is NOT the point! Haha!) But I didn’t get to be around her much even though she was the best person on earth. My maternal one on the other hand was like you’re going straight to hell!

      You crack me up, Kerry! Go on and flaunt it then!

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      1. Deon steals a peek. Thinks he may be blushing. Averts eyes, almost before it was too much. Smiles just a little. Thinks, “DAMN those women are FINE!” And gives Mrs M’s hand a quick squeeze. Just to remind her, she’s finer to me. Smiles again, more this time.

        Devil’s dumplings, that’s another one you didn’t say. Nice. What about “peaches?”

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  24. Haha, dude, I get that. My husband was giving me shit about buttoning my plaid shirt all the way to the top button today. “But without it, the shirt line is too low!” He doesn’t seem the problem.

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  25. I am north of 50 in age and have traveled a good bit in and outside the US. I’ve seen the modesty of Islam dress to the freedom of the Germans and Italians wearing almost nothing (two complete bikini’s made out of one sheet of 8.5″ X 11″ paper with a good bit left over). I have no problem with covered or exposed breasts and will respect and support the owner’s decision. That said I do love those beautiful orbs.

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      1. lol….worth a try, nothing gained nothing lost :). Email me if you want to chat sometime, curious where in the south you hail from (its a big space).

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      2. SC here, you know I really don’t consider LA the south. Really a culture all its one. But hey just one dumb-asses opinion.

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    1. I’m only anti reverse cleavage. Front cleavage is fine. Is there something wrong with me? I just think, when I see that, “um, could you please pull your pants up?” Rear cleavage makes me wonder if you’re a plumber or something.

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