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Old 12-25-08, 11:48 PM   #1
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The Hottest Wedding Dress Ever!

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Found this pic of this super hot wedding dress on the web. Enjoy!
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Looks like something one of Hugh Hefner's little friends would wear.
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Most revealing, maybe.
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Yeah, it reveals all kinds of things about her.
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Old 12-26-08, 12:06 AM   #5
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so does this one.
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I'm far from being prudish but I think the only skin that is acceptable to be visible on a wedding dress is shoulder up.

Edit: And the knee region down.
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Could you imagine someone actually showing up to their wedding in that?

It's a real dress, so I'm sure at least one woman has bought it. I wonder what the bridesmaid dresses would look like.
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Could you imagine someone actually showing up to their wedding in that?

It's a real dress, so I'm sure at least one woman has bought it. I wonder what the bridesmaid dresses would look like.
Tassels.
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Would the groom wear some sort of Speedo? Or maybe cycling bibs?
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I was gonna post a pic of some elephant underwear but I couldn't find one that wouldn't get me banned.
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I had to google that one. Gee, thanks for the images
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I had to google that one. Gee, thanks for the images
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I had to google that one. Gee, thanks for the images

You couldn't tell what it was just by the name?
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I am not very fast on the uptake. I will NOT admit to what I did think however.
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Too bad Christmas is over. You can always put it on your birthday list.
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Not sure I am pachyderm enough to really make it work.
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Not sure I am pachyderm enough to really make it work.
Maybe they make aardvark underwear.
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It's how well the trunk can pick up peanuts.
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I was gonna ask how this thread went in the gutter so fast then realized it was their from the get go.
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Lets just say I can play the mandolin while eating a sandwich
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Lets just say I can play the mandolin while eating a sandwich
That reminds me of a video of some guy playing guitar with his feet.

You must have limber toes.
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that should be safe enough.
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That reminds me of a video of some guy playing guitar with his feet.

You must have limber toes.
Aren't big toes in direct proportion to ... oh wait. I think that's thumbs.
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Well, how you doin tonight Cbad? Ever notice that I have TWO, count them, TWO thumbs?
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