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Old 04-22-2008, 09:47 PM
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I am sure you wouldn't mind if they both showed up?

Snape and Spock together! I'm there! Oddly, I've read a couple of fan fics which have managed to have Spock and Snape in the same story....though, none that got them into bed with each other or me.....

...yet.
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Old 04-22-2008, 10:31 PM
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TOS had some hot women too!

Oh yeah! That babe from "The Cloud Minders", Vayna from "Requiem For Methuselah", not to mention the Morg who stole "Spock's Brain". There were so many others. You know what else? There weren't any implants back then, every set was real and unique to the honey who packed them. I love variety.
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Old 04-23-2008, 02:46 AM
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Snape and Spock together! I'm there! Oddly, I've read a couple of fan fics which have managed to have Spock and Snape in the same story....though, none that got them into bed with each other or me.....

...yet.
If, and when that happens, can I have the video rights??? LOL!
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Old 04-23-2008, 12:48 PM
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"every set was real and unique to the honey who packed them. I love variety."

I totally agree!
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Wasn't one of Bill Theis's things that he liked flat chested women so he could craft their breasts as he wanted them to appear in the costume? I seem to remember that from The Making of Star Trek. While not silicon, I believe a lot of the ladies in TOS were "foam" enhanced.
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Wasn't one of Bill Theis's things that he liked flat chested women so he could craft their breasts as he wanted them to appear in the costume? I seem to remember that from The Making of Star Trek. While not silicon, I believe a lot of the ladies in TOS were "foam" enhanced.
Attitude means everything to me. Size small or large doesn't matter a whit. Whatever's there can be worked with. It's how a woman presents what she's got that counts. Ultimately it's the eyes, that's where you always end up looking when you've finished checking out all the bells and whistles. It's the honesty you see there that makes all the difference in the world. Everything else is icing on the cake. Foam or Silicon, so called "Enhancements" are just speed bumps and distractions, at least, that's the way i've always felt about it. But what do i know?
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Old 04-24-2008, 03:50 AM
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I guess I must be diffrent I am not a boob guy at all. Have no objection, but I look at face, buns and bellies first, when just looking.

I lucked out, and got beauty and brains in my wife!!
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Generally, I just like a girl's endowments to suit her. When implants get tacky is when they are so large that they immediately distract you from the person's face. I've had friends who have had boob jobs (because they really needed them for self-esteem issues, and I've had several women friends also go in for reduction, simply because when you get beyond a certain size, there's a lot of discomfort and pain involved. (Also they like to be appraoched as something more than a support system for their mammary glands.) Don't get me wrong, I'm a fan of classic curves... but I've always looked upon a great figure as icing on the cake. The only sexual organ where "bigger is better" remains the human brain.

I'll take a flat chested woman, with the imagination of a porn star, over a supermodel prude any day of the week... (But naturally, a porn star minded supermodel would be best... but probably rare as unicorns, and well out of my leauge when I do find them. LOL)
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From the Trek Universe, either an Orion slave girl (though preferably not a slave, lol), or that hot Andorian tactical officer from ENT, lol.
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Old 04-24-2008, 11:11 AM
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Generally, I just like a girl's endowments to suit her. When implants get tacky is when they are so large that they immediately distract you from the person's face. I've had friends who have had boob jobs (because they really needed them for self-esteem issues, and I've had several women friends also go in for reduction, simply because when you get beyond a certain size, there's a lot of discomfort and pain involved. (Also they like to be appraoched as something more than a support system for their mammary glands.) Don't get me wrong, I'm a fan of classic curves... but I've always looked upon a great figure as icing on the cake. The only sexual organ where "bigger is better" remains the human brain.

I'll take a flat chested woman, with the imagination of a porn star, over a supermodel prude any day of the week... (But naturally, a porn star minded supermodel would be best... but probably rare as unicorns, and well out of my leauge when I do find them. LOL)
But how many guys worry about their...attributes. Society has made an issue of breats for women, and that's not cool.

I allrady stated what I like to look at, hard to tell someone's brain as they walk by. No one ever says, "Hey, look at the IQ on THAT one!"

Again, I lucked out!!
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