Sunday, June 16, 2013

Is Bigger Really Better?

I've heard size is important, but after a certain point I think things can get a bit ridiculous. Take for example this guy I saw on the beach the other day. A very somber and serious sort even while playing with his big pink noodle. He had one small child that he dragged around on the thing, but he seemed to be completely unaware of how it looked. (I noticed some snickering by my fellow adolescents on the beach.) I would have selected a different color. Then again, would it have looked any less peculiar in blue?

A BIG PINK NOODLE AND NO APPARENT IRONY. 
HERE IT LOOKS LIKE HE'S TRYING TO TUCK IT BACK INTO HIS SHORTS.

32 comments:

  1. Omg. This is a poolside perspective for sure. LOL.

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    1. kisatrtle:
      It was especially disturbing watching the kids grab the end of it!

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  2. Let's spare a thought for his wife!

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    1. Raybeard:
      LOL. Somehow, they manage. Two kids (one to young to play with it).

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    1. Dean:
      Brilliant! I laughed out loud when I read this.

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  4. Hey... I've seen those things for sale at WalMart... I didn't know they sold sex toys there.

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    1. Sharon:
      I don't shop at WalMart, but I've heard they've got it all. Besides, anything can be a sex toy...

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  5. Oh dear .... I think I hear the theme from 'Jaws'!

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  6. I hate it when the retraction thingy malfunctions. It's all very awkward.

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    When I read Dean's comment I nearly choked on my tea. Very funny.

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    1. Kirk:
      I've never had that problem myself.

      As for Dean, if I had been drinking tea I would have done the same. Hilarious.

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  7. "...my fellow adolescents on the beach." Ha! heh heh :)
    What a hilarious post :)

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    1. Judeet:
      I looked around to see if I was the only one who found it funny. The adults weren't looking. The teens were cracking up. I guess I know where I belong.

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  8. Hey...give him a break....he may be coloured blind....it may be purple!

    Winks!

    Psst`~~~ Happy Birthday!!!

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    1. Ron:
      I realize blue or purple might be even worse. Green?

      And thanks again for the birthday wishes!

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  9. That really is a particularly unfortunate shade of pink! It's a good thing I had finished my coffee when I read Dean's comment!

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    1. Judith:
      Dean definitely gets the prize. I had the same reaction.

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  10. Men and their noodles... :)

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  11. The guy is probably living out a fantasy. He does look kinda dreamy-eyed!

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    1. Ms. Sparrow:
      I mushed up his face so much because I didn't want him to be recognizable. I thought he ended up looking kind of like Valdamort. But, if he was living out a fantasy, he certainly didn't seem to realize it.

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  12. I confess that I didn't much notice his noodle. I was more into staring at all that HAIR on his BACK!

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    1. Maria:
      I guess it just shows your priorities.

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  13. Are there condoms big enough for that thing?

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    1. Stephen:
      Apparently. I found a Jumbo Condom "for the man who thinks he has everything."

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  14. That is a jaw dropper. Was he aware you took that shot?

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  15. one has to admire his audacity.

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    1. Spo:
      I would if he had appeared to have a clue.

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  16. I am currently on a train to Montreal, trying not to laugh my ass off in public!!

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    1. Knatolee:
      I wouldn't mind being on a train to Montreal. And I also wouldn't mind laughing my ass off in public.

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