Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Noodlin'

There's no question in my mind that Bud Lite is the official beer of anyone in a floating pool noodle giving the finger-tongue "V".  Does that gesture have an official  name, btw? I would accept "The Flying V", "Inverted Gene Simmons", or "My Mother's Favorite Photo Face".
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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

There's 30 packs you buy for big parties. And there's 30 packs you and three friends intend to finish in one night. For those nights. Drink Bud Light

Anonymous said...

"There's 30 packs you buy for big parties. And there's 30 packs you and a friend intend to finish in one night. For those nights. Drink Bud Light "

Iris K. said...

I'm pretty sure it's called 'the shocker' after its sexual counterpart.(http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=shocker)

Or at least that's what they call it in Toronto.

party pooper said...

the shocker is a very distinct and different gesture - it's like making a gun with your hand. it has nothing to do with the cunnilingus gesture or act...

Anonymous said...

Actually, it is american sign language for lesbian... really...

Wes said...

how did you stumble on to this photo and not opt to use the 2 that came before this?

Anonymous said...

my friends and i call it "vagina fingers."

party pooper said...

good question, wes. i did see those pictures, but it's a little unclear immediately what's going on. there was jsut something i liked about this one better. it's hard to describe exactly, it's an art, not a science.

Steve McQueen said...

I preferred this photo

http://www.flickr.com/photos/4elevenpix/5071094902/in/set-72157624846293922/

of the broad in the bikini doing the limbo.

It looks like her nutsack popped out.

I would have said testicles but some of us ain't too bright.

Anonymous said...

Woot. my pics made another blog.
;)

Bunny said...

She looks like she has really short fingers, or webbed fingers or something. It's freaking me out!

Anonymous said...

Steve McQueen - that's the fellows
and nothing hanging out

Patrick said...

I love that the person taking the picture put their watermark on it, like someone is really going to steal that photo and claim it as their own.