Discussion in 'General Writing' started by Wreybies, Feb 28, 2014.
I will be the first to admit that the title alone brought me to this post. Tricky one indeed.
That's the idea! Now go and vote!
vote on what? [i don't click on links w/o having some clue to what it'll take me to]
The 2013 Writing Forums Science Fiction Story Contest, of course. As humorously indicated in the admittedly garish, comic-style promo poster.
You son of a...
@Wreybies To describe boobs, you need to decide what sort they are. Big? Small? What's the person's figure? These are questions you need to answer. Once you have, it'll be easier to describe. Write about the sunlight bouncing off the skin, the way they jiggle when she runs or even walks. Get into the character's mind. Does she want to show them off or keep them tucked away? These are all things you need to consider to describe boobs well.
Are they like the lady in Total Recall that has three?
Perhaps. If she goes and votes!
They're a lot better than moobs
Henceforth, this shall be known as the Teat Cheat.
i've know 'boobs' of all sizes... [am i the only one here who recalls a time when 'boob' was akin to 'idiot'?]
Nope, you are not alone. I also remember when a boner was a faux pas, not a state of arousal.
Or Kirk Cameron's friend on Growing Pains
Deeply ironic when you think about it.
ahem, a perfect example of a way more exciting title than content... #feelrobbed
I had the biggest crush on that little slice of gingerbread back in the day...
There are so many inappropriate things I could say at this moment...
*shrug* One man's no is another man's when and where. It was a brief infatuation and it was the 80's. Minutes later I became goth-boy and would never have admitted to even knowing who Rick was (though I secretly still wanted him for my little British ginger hubby)
Oh...sorry, I just don't like gingerbread. You thought I meant Rick? Nah, he's a poor man's George Michael.
Squishy yet firm?
I like the way they ride bareback through the woods with the wind in their hair.
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