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OKay, I have to jump in here as y'all are taking about mojos.

Anyone remember Richard Pryor, in his stand-up, would talk about Miss Rudolph putting a mojo on his a$$?

Can anyone remember what that mojo made him do? :blink: Prize for the winner: a turkey dinner.

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Don't remember about Richard Pryor and his mojo whammy....

I'll approach any and all mojos with great caution, but, alas, I have an intense need to check things out, you know, like going into a pitch black room after hearing a noise from there..... :P

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I think your mojos have all returned and you have to much brain fog to realize it!!!! You are too funny to have missing mojos!!!

Patti, I grew, too, but not to where I was before kids ... :( Used to be a solid C, now I barely fill out a B. If I had any fat on my stomach, I'd have it transferred ... :lol: I've used masking tape, but duct tape?? Ouch! And what fills out the bottom part that you've taped up?

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OKay, I have to jump in here as y'all are taking about mojos.

Anyone remember Richard Pryor, in his stand-up, would talk about Miss Rudolph putting a mojo on his a$$?

Can anyone remember what that mojo made him do? :blink: Prize for the winner: a turkey dinner.

awww man....I can't remember. alas, too may cosmos.....and not enough trampolines!!!!!!!!!!! :lol::lol::P:P

Hi Susie Q- I see you!!!!!!!!!!!

I have to post this because it kills me:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grdlAPpGeSc

It's Tenacious D's "best Song in the World" called "tribute". I think it's a tribute to BRAIN FOG!!!!!!!!!!!!! :P

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And what fills out the bottom part that you've taped up?

And, what if there isn't even a bottom part? :lol:

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My boobs also got bigger....but, alas so has my stomach...Still have the bloat thing going on....I hate the dowdy look!!! :ph34r:

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And, what if there isn't even a bottom part? :lol:

:huh: what? did I miss something??? do you mean the bottom part of your boobs? :lol::lol::lol:

My boobs also got bigger....but, alas so has my stomach...Still have the bloat thing going on....I hate the dowdy look!!! :ph34r:

shoot, my stomach got bigger, but not my boobs.....where is the justice?

Miss Bev......still slaving away in teh kitchen, will listen to that song later! :lol:

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:huh: what? did I miss something??? do you mean the bottom part of your boobs? :lol::lol::lol:

shoot, my stomach got bigger, but not my boobs.....where is the justice?

This just requires more duct tape, and a little more engineering. It might be a bit painful to remove :( (imagining a duct tape corset :blink::o ) :huh:

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This just requires more duct tape, and a little more engineering. It might be a bit painful to remove :( (imagining a duct tape corset :blink::o ) :huh:

:D Technical advice on how to make the most of our cleavage :lol: What would we do without Richard :PB)

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I'm glad they advise using medical tape as I can attest- DUCT TAPE HURTS! Did it one year for a Bridesmaid of Frankenstein outfit, came home cosmo'd and had to take it off. Owwwwww-chhhh! At least I was a little number than usual! :P:ph34r:

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:D Technical advice on how to make the most of our cleavage :lol: What would we do without Richard :PB)

If it involves duct tape, I'm the man for the job. (The mention of boobs, does tend to get my attention :ph34r::o )

You must understand that my father, although he did not invent duct tape, has certainly mastered its use in a wide variety of off kilter applications. He has passed down his wealth of knowledge to me ( I feel like a Jedi knight :P ).("...may the TAPE be with you!" "...Richard use the TAPE!")

I could go on about boobs too, but this is probably not the place :P

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richard OMG there are actual humans in your avatar, pray, tell us, who are they? :P

There isn't enough duct tape to give me any boobs. PSHAW!!!! :angry::angry::lol:

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richard OMG there are actual humans in your avatar, pray, tell us, who are they? :P

That is my little Madeline (sniffley-sick today :( ) and me. We had a bonfire last night after 2nds on dessert :blink:

Maddy got flattened by a year-old Lab "puppy", so I scooped her up. Mary thought we looked cute, and the sky was amazing, so she took the pic.

There isn't enough duct tape to give me any boobs. PSHAW!!!! :angry::angry::lol:

Have you tried balling the tape up? :blink:

Sorry, I think I might have bumped into my mojo somehwere last night (who'd have thought such a thing would linger at the in-laws? :blink: )

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That is my little Madeline (sniffley-sick today :( ) and me. We had a bonfire last night after 2nds on dessert :blink:

Maddy got flattened by a year-old Lab "puppy", so I scooped her up. Mary thought we looked cute, and the sky was amazing, so she took the pic.

Have you tried balling the tape up? :blink:

Sorry, I think I might have bumped into my mojo somehwere last night (who's have thought such a thing would linger at the in-laws? :blink: )

Well it is nice to SEE you! Yes, very cute pic.

Um, your mojo lingered at your in-laws'? that is crazy.....did you see mine there? :blink::lol:

So, I should make the duct tape into a BALL, and then tape it on? yes, yes, I see, that should look lovely and natural. ;):lol:

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Richard and Susan -- cute avatars!! Richard, nice to see your face! Last avatar that had you in it was of your backside ... no, actually, it was a picture where you were too far away to see.

Nikki -- NEED THOSE INSTRUCTIONS!! Couldn't follow the link -- OH no!!

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Well it is nice to SEE you! Yes, very cute pic.

Um, your mojo lingered at your in-laws'? that is crazy.....did you see mine there? :blink::lol:

So, I should make the duct tape into a BALL, and then tape it on? yes, yes, I see, that should look lovely and natural. ;):lol:

I don't know what your mojo look like? Can you provide some detail? Any identifying marks? Tattoos? Horrible disfiguring papercut scars? Duct tape rash :o .

I never said it would look natural, only enhanced - do supermodels look natural? :huh: Oh, yeah, if you're from planet T&A in the Silicone galaxy :)

You could try MULTIPLE LAYERS of tape if you think that might look more natural. I was going for speed and efficiency (the hallmark of any true duct tape fix :D )

I don't know what your mojo look like? Can you provide some detail? Any identifying marks? Tattoos? Horrible disfiguring papercut scars? Duct tape rash :o .

I never said it would look natural, only enhanced - do supermodels look natural? :huh: Oh, yeah, if you're from planet T&A in the Silicone galaxy :)

You could try MULTIPLE LAYERS of tape if you think that might look more natural. I was going for speed and efficiency (the hallmark of any true duct tape fix :D )

Would that be your "pub niece" in your new pic?

Richard and Susan -- cute avatars!! Richard, nice to see your face! Last avatar that had you in it was of your backside ...

I'm glad you can tell the two apart! :P

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I'm glad you can tell the two apart! :P

Thankfully, I have my glasses on!!!

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Sorry, I think I might have bumped into my mojo somehwere last night (who'd have thought such a thing would linger at the in-laws? :blink: )

:lol:

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All I have to say is....... :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: to all of the above. Richard and Susie and Carla- Love your new pics so I put one up too. I have avatar envy. :ph34r:

OK Susie- I had a long talk with the BIG GUY (he has a Wife too but I thought as a guy he'd be more understanding about this particular matter) upstairs and you have been approved for a boob job. No duct tape for you but he said keep it to a C. :P

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Bev, nice pic!

Susan -- don't do it! My sister did and had some kind of trouble with the implants ... the really bad part is that when you have them taken out, you are SMALLER than when you started!!!!! :blink: Just go buy some good padded push-up bras!

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Nikki -- NEED THOSE INSTRUCTIONS!! Couldn't follow the link -- OH no!!

You know, if this is how the tape works (click here) - I don't think it's enough to help us ladies that are ...ahem...challenged in the boob area! :blink:

:unsure: ..back to the padded push up bras ;)

BTW - LUUURVING everyones new avatars !! :D

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You know, if this is how the tape works (click here) - I don't think it's enough to help us ladies that are ...ahem...challenged in the boob area! :blink:

:unsure: ..back to the padded push up bras ;)

BTW - LUUURVING everyones new avatars !! :D

Hmmm, that's the secret to how the stars keep covered ... I did a search using the info you posted for the last link and found it ... you also can use it to act more as a bra, but it doesn't add to them, it just pushes them up. Keeps you from sagging, well, and you can also use it for another reason ... like when it's chilly out. :rolleyes:

Richard -- enjoying this? I'd like to see you explain this conversation to your wife!!! :lol:

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Richard -- enjoying this? I'd like to see you explain this conversation to your wife!!! :lol:

No explanation necessary. This info will undoubtedly come in handy at some point, besides, how do you think MacGyver came up with all that stuff? He obviously eavesdropped on women for most of his adult life and stored it all away for headier times... :)

Besides boobs are one of my favorite subjects - my wife knows this :P I could pop some popcorn and be here for a looooooooooooong time :D (to lend technical assistance of course :huh: )

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Tee hee! You are all saying boobs. Boobs. Boobies!

Alas, the only thing I've ever tried was the duct tape, but it worked pretty well. I needed them smushed together for cleavage. :P I wrapped the stuff all the way around my back. It was the strongest bra I've ever worn! Tthat's for sure. My boobs weren't going anywhere. :P

Also, uhm, does not make for romantic removal in event of romantic interlude! B):unsure:

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