Wednesday, June 12, 2013

YOU SEE, IT STARTED THIS WAY...

One thing leads to another...


Pinterest has been annoying me because of one of my boards about woofy guys. 
I thought it was done in good taste, 
but we seem to have a different definition of what constitutes "good taste". 
I'll trust my version!! 
So I know I will eventually delete my "woofy guys" board, 
and perhaps everything else as well... 
I don't need the aggravation 
and don't have the time to fully interact on that site and another as well... 
Time to reflect!!!


Then I just kept on creating various posters in the "Keep calm and..." type, 
found here.



Have fun!! 
:)~ 
HUGZ

7 comments:

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    1. I was in a different frame of mind and didn't even think about that.
      Brilliant idea!!
      :)~
      HUGZ

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  2. Ahhh, so this is where it started.

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  3. You sent me to the dictionary:

    "Adjective form of approval for gay man with a high "Woof!" potential; generally expresses a gay man's admiration for a particularly virile gay male like a hairy-chested bear or well-defined muscle daddy. The woofy object of admiration is more likely to be older rather than younger than the woofer (admirer)."

    Is it more fun to so define people or is more limiting (as in boxing them in)? I'm a little loss here.

    The cat's a little scary. It took me a moment to see the eyes, and then were very compelling.

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    1. The cat's eyes are something I published back in May for Carrie's birthday.

      I see somebody's done his homework.
      Yes, the "woof" is meant as a mark of appreciation,
      but the age thing, questioinable.
      Some guys develop their woofiness quite early on,
      but it is indeed often associated with a dominant, almost daddy-ish quality,
      generally hairy and of large proportions.
      My icon is Pete Kuzak.
      You can look him up if you want.
      And no, it is not the car dealer, but rather the bodybuilder.
      ;)~
      HUGZ

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  4. "My icon is Pete Kuzak.
    You can look him up if you want."

    Wow! I've read several books about Navy Seals (one of the--if not THE-- elite US military groups) and was a little surprised to learn that the average size is 5'10" and 160 pounds (will you need to look those sizes to put them into metric?). Anyway, that's little by today's standards--it's my size, in fact. I think the reason is that the Seals place a great deal of emphasis upon endurance, and smaller bodies can endure most things better. Still, I would like to have more muscle...at least I used to want more muscle. With my knees the way they are, maybe I no longer do, but my shoulders would keep me from getting it anyway.

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