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ixion

7th March 2014, 20:56
Is that an example of America's sphere of influence?
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aristophanes

7th March 2014, 22:55
Nasty.
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doglet

8th March 2014, 11:19
We have the New Yorker calendar and sometimes it really starts the day with a smile
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magworth

8th March 2014, 13:41
I have a box of New Yorker cat cartoon notelets. They are always received with great pleasure. Mags
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aristophanes

8th March 2014, 17:16
A little background (teehee) information: the supercilious ixion contends that the American derriere is large enough to have its own gravitational field.

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rosalind

8th March 2014, 18:38
I can think of quite a few American ladies who have no derriere to speak of!
Being a family history nut or bore, depending on point of view, many years ago I was meeting (for the first time) a far flung cousin. In our family, some ladies have what is politely called a "Sunderland bottom". Not myself, naturally. I saw a small, quite dumpy, woman hurrying away, not where we'd agreed to meet, and I knew from her-um- back view -that she was the lady I was meeting. And it was.
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ixion

8th March 2014, 23:26
I think it all started with clip of an average American "Family Guy"...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwaiXdoEaM8
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rossim

9th March 2014, 08:45
It made me smile too.
I've forwarded it to my elder son who blames his father for some of his physical attributes.... although they do both have very neat behinds!
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