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Lesbo Killer Boobs

It’s simple – lesbians should not get breast enhancement(s); well, unless it’s reconstructive . . . that’s different.

You can Google to find the rest of the story.  Tabatha Coffee is a hairstylist and reality tv celesbian (that’s code for lesbian who is in the media) on the Bravo channel.  Apparently, all of those salon chemicals caused a synergistic effect on Ms. Tabatha’s brain . . . she sprouted an idea.   However, the idea was to get breast implants and it went oh so wrong; thus, “killer boobs.”  Again, lesbians do not need and should not get breast implants.

Why do I say that?  Personally, I like to have sex with straight women.   Straight women are intimidated by breasts on their lover.  Yes, some are fascinated at first but that quickly turns to envy, resentment, bitterness . . . having a very negative synergistic effect on the sex.  Instead, lesbians should strive for semi-muscular upper body with small, perky, cute, and non-threating breasts.

Tabitha, if you get any further tingly sensations near your head – shampoo and rinse twice before you conclude that an idea is forming.

Is it just me . . .

Jackie certainly knows how to have a 40th birthday party with all of her girls, huh?   With behavior like this display – obviously the theme was “Midlife Crisis.” 

Seems like just yesterday that Jackie and Rocky were separated at birth.   PS – you can pick up a pair of Jackie’s Silver Lame Hip Hugger Junior Ladies Shorts at Amazon for $12.99.


And was it last year that the mid-life crisis became obvious with this questionable garb?

Midlife crisis is a term used in Western societies to describe a period of dramatic self-doubt that is felt by some individuals in the “middle years” of life, as a result of sensing the passing of youth and the imminence of old age. Sometimes, transitions experienced in these years, such as aging in general, menopause, the death of parents, or children leaving home, can trigger such a crisis. The result may be a desire to make significant changes in core aspects of day to day life or situation, such as in career, marriage, or romantic relationships.

Jackie Warner Looking All Drunked Up

Jackie Warner Looking All Drunked Up

Academic research since the 1980s shows that these losers exhibit behaviors uncomfortable for others to watch such as putrid public displays of affection that are “a stomach-churning spectacle of awfulness that invites bawdy shouts of “Get a room!” Other times the research shows that mid-life crisis behavior it’s simply goofy or strange, reminding us that passion isn’t always poetic; it’s occasionally putrid.”  This is also known as “Love is Fouling the Air.”

A mid-life crisis also tends to unveil character weaknesses and vices such as over-ambitiousness, amorality, arrogance, artfulness, attention-seeking, authoritarianism, autocratism, moodiness, calculating, combativeness, conceitedness, contentiousness, contradictoriness, craftiness, cruelty, cunning, over-curiosity, cynicism, deceitfulness, demandingness, dependency,  dictatorial, difficult, disparaging, over-dramatic, drivenness, duplicity, ebullience, egocentricity, egoism, egotism, exaggerating, excitableness, exhibitionism, fantasticalness, fastidiousness, fictitiousness, foxiness, frustrating, furiousness, gain-seeking, glory-seeking, hubristic, iconoclastic, immaturity, impetuousness, impulsiveness, insensitivity, insincerity, irresponsibility, irreverence, manipulativeness, meanness, megalomania, mischievousness, mistrustfulness, mocking, narcissism, omnipotence, ostentation, over-optimism, perfectionism, perverseness, power-mania, pretentiousness, pridefulness, quarrelsomeness, ragefulness, reactiveness, rebelliousness, restlessness, ruthlessness, scheming, seductiveness, self-absorption, self-admiration, self-idolizing, self-important, self-indulgent, self-interested, self-willed, selfishness, shiftiness, show-off, skepticism, slyness, snobbishness, status-seeking, tactlessness, treacherousness, trickiness, unprincipled, unscrupulous, vanity, vengefulness, and womanizing.

Jackie Warner Being Checked for Cancer - Jackie It's Attached to the Finger on Your Belly

Party Game for Midlife Crisis Theme - Jackie Warner Being Checked for Cancer - Jackie, the cancer is attached to the finger just below your belly button.





Jackie Warner All Powerful

Jackie Warner All Powerful

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