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Rule 5 Saturday

24 April 2010 @ 20:10

By popular demand, The TCOTS Rule 5 Compliance Committee presents…

[The Lane Bryant Gal]

All photos copyright Madison Plus.

-If you want to see the ‘controversial’ Lane Bryant commercial, Stacy McCain has it here, along with an interview of the lovely and intelligent young lady conducted by WPIX.

  1. 24 April 2010 @ 20:15 20:15


  2. 25 April 2010 @ 00:49 00:49

    That’s what women look like, hello!

  3. 25 April 2010 @ 00:50 00:50

    Forgot to add: Glad somebody gets it (Bob) 😉 Captain Belvedere: Champion of The Curvaceous.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      25 April 2010 @ 18:31 18:31

      Why thank you, Red

  4. Larry Sheldon permalink
    25 April 2010 @ 01:22 01:22

    A woman made the way women used to look–when they wanted to be attractive to men.

    Wow, indeed.

  5. 25 April 2010 @ 14:36 14:36

    Wow is right. When I run out of things to say I put up a quote. Pictures of girls in their underwear is so much better. You’re brilliant!

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      25 April 2010 @ 18:32 18:32

      Thank you, but…I’m just a man.

  6. 25 April 2010 @ 16:05 16:05

    She’s a gal with a little more, all right. Seemed very nice, too.

    What was a crack up was watching the TV news guy try to talk about the story without stepping in it. The anchorette referred toAshley’s ‘boobs’ once, but the guy knew right off that was trouble for him. We all know when we are on thin ice, and this guy was skating for the shoreline as quick as he realized what he was about.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      25 April 2010 @ 18:33 18:33

      It was fun to watch and Stacy McCain is right: she has quite a sexy voice.

  7. 25 April 2010 @ 22:20 22:20

    The lesson here is: Don’t be afraid of real women, fellas. I know the guys reading TCOTS get this already so you have to educate the young metrosexuals who still believe heroin chic is where it’s at. Buncha nancy boys falling in love with themselves if you ask me.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      25 April 2010 @ 23:16 23:16

      We also have to educate them to be real men.

  8. 25 April 2010 @ 23:01 23:01

    Women are that size, but not all of them look nearly that good! Her skin is amazing, and, curvy as she is, everything on her body is tight. Those are not folds of excess fat; that lady has great muscle tone.

    • 26 April 2010 @ 08:32 08:32

      Umm, yeah.

      • bobbelvedere permalink*
        26 April 2010 @ 09:05 09:05

        Dave: breathe slowly, spash some cold water on your face…

  9. Larry Sheldon permalink
    26 April 2010 @ 07:14 07:14

    The point would be, Roxanne, is that there isn’t much an individual can do about size, lots one can do about taking care of what you’ve got.

    Small people do not have to look like Dachau escapees, big people don’t have to look like a bag of grease.

    What some of us here have been saying is that a big woman is not automatically and for ever disqualified.

    Somewhere it is written that a large and well-kept woman is better for the herd.

    But let’s stop with the over-braining already–this women looks good, and looks like she enjoys both her size and how she feels about it.

    Yeah, I know. I am reading into the pictures facts that are not really in evidence….

    Go away, kid, you bother me.

  10. 26 April 2010 @ 09:29 09:29

    In the immortal words of R. Crumb,

    OH my God.

  11. 26 April 2010 @ 11:19 11:19

    heh.. Dan has a date with Density. 🙂

    I kid, I kid..

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      26 April 2010 @ 11:45 11:45

      I know, I know: you kid because you love. [good one, by the way]

  12. Henry Drake permalink
    28 April 2010 @ 02:14 02:14

    Now, I have seen this lovely young lady’s picture posted on about a million blogs, and it always seems to draw a lot of comments, and I have yet to see a single one that says “ewww, yuck, she’s ugly”, particularly from men. The fact is that all the uproar that this is a rejection of some longstanding trend of straight men obsessing over stick-thin women and trying to enforce an unnatural ideal on regular women is nonsense. The overwhelming majority of straight men have NEVER preferred famine victims, so there was no anorexic ideal for us to reject – we never embraced it in the first place. Like it or not, that ideal was created by a fashion industry dominated and controlled by A. Gay Men and B. Straight Women. Do you see the problem here? The ideal of womens’ attractiveness was being decided by PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT ATTRACTED TO WOMEN. Next, a music competition to be judged by deaf people, to be followed by a beauty contest judged by the blind (no touching allowed!). If you ladies want to berate someone for that unreachable anorexic ideal, turn your ire on your Sisters (and your Mister Sisters) in the fashion industry, not on us straight guys!

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      28 April 2010 @ 11:34 11:34

      Well put, sir. However, straight men are guilty of playing along with the advocates and staying silent.


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