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Old 27th January 2008, 22:00   #451
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As always, so eloquently explained. Thanks, Sam.
Heartening to note:
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She is the familiar hourglass or pear-shaped woman
of wide hips, an ample bust, plump cheeks, soft-full lips, and a generally
healthy profile of alluring curves and crevasses.
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We will be considering the word voluptuous next.

Damn!

I already am!
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Great thread.
I hope people make use of it.
Even if the guys use 40% of the simple guidelines it would make a lot of difference.

Another thing for Mozilla/Firefox users is that they can correct misspelt proper english words with a right click like in MS word.
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We will be considering the word voluptuous next.
A certain Ms. Salma Hayek's name does come to my mind when reminded of that description!
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A certain Ms. Salma Hayek's name does come to my mind when reminded of that description!
She does have a nice eyebrow.


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She does have a nice eyebrow.
LOL, yes indeed. That is A nice eyebrow where most expect two!
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She does have a nice eyebrow.
I believe the word you're looking for is Unibrow.

And i could post pictures to prove the point made earlier but they might not be appropriate for the site so I think I'll refrain!
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I haven't read all the posts on this thread and forgive me if this has already been posted. A good piece of software that I use is wordweb (you can download it from download.com) Its a dictionary that gives acronyms, synonyms and example of use in a sentence. Just a thought.
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I believe the word you're looking for is Unibrow.

Which part of the anatomy is called 'Uni' that has a brow above it?
We were talking about the eye and the brow that crowns it!!
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Mathur saab - Uni as in single, one-piece!

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Ah! Can't seem to get me mind off them Rubenesque distractions!
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Mathur saab - Uni as in single, one-piece!

Oy, one does not become a two/multi-piece object when one is not single.
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Ah! Can't seem to get me mind off them Rubenesque distractions!
Lascivious geriatric! 36-30-40
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Lascivious geriatric!
An apt word indeed - for YOU!
Me, I'm in my prime.

I believe the Oxford has the apt word for it. Studmuffin.
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An apt word indeed - for YOU!
Me, I'm in my prime.
Your Yetiship, thanks for fielding that for me while I was away! And with so much wit.
Couldn't have spoken up better for myself.
I am told there is virtually no dysfunction that cannot be cured today, and those that are in need can easily access such services. There is hardly enough justification to live your life envying those that can enjoy the enticing entities under discussion. Grapes tend to turn sour when not easily available.
Rubenesque - ah, what a delightful way to put it!
And voluptuous has been thrown in to further confound the soul! Absolutely wicked of him!
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