What about boobies? Even ickle ones wobble.....
*waits for JB / Coops for come along and say that this thread needs pics*
LIVERBIRD wrote (see)
What about boobies? Even ickle ones wobble.....*waits for JB / Coops for come along and say that this thread needs pics*
Pics? They'll want video to check the degree of wobble!
Boobies don't count ...... strap 'em down then jump!
Blokes could suffer from springback as well as the inherent dangers of setting up a resonant frequency in their sack swing which makes the bugger fly off.
So, I would say don't do it.
I'm working on an elf and safety video about it and looking for volunteers.
Will supply strapping. ps this thread is useless without pictures.
Candy, I am going to sue you.
I just jumped up and down naked in front of my mirror, and my cock has slapped into my face, causing a huge red mark.
The thing is, I'll never be able to do my ice cream van job today now, as I've got Mr. Whippylash......
(I'll get my coat)
BMI isn't completely rubbish but it is just a guide. The range of 18-15 actually encompasses a massive range of bodies. Whilst there are a few people who come out as overweight when they are just very muscular, these are actually quite few! If sprinters, who are absolutely stacked come out only around 25-26, then the vast majority of people over 25 actually are overweight! Just because BMI is not a perfect index doesn't mean you don't have a weight problem if you're not 18-25.
It is true that it tends to place the emphasis on weight rather than health based on the assumption that overweight people do little exercise.
None of us really needs an index to tell us whether we are at a healthy weight - look in the mirror! Or ask some of your friends if you're not sure about your own judgement.
I very rarely even weigh myself, BMI is just another guide.
You should know when you're in good shape, and when you're carrying abit.
Well just underwritten a chap at 6ft and 29 stone........BMI of 55.
All muscle that!
RIO - you are NOT a chubber!
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