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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Boo Berry, Apr 7, 2020.
This is what I thought of when you posted that.
That's another sure sign just like the nudist colonies!
With the way I look, being propositioned has as much chance an Epstine having killed himself!
Up here some party stores have a service that will put ( and later pick up) anywhere from 100 to 1,000 flamingoes on a lawn. Quite a sight...,, not a good one.
See, now you have everyone doing it.
You know how to tell where all the Flamingo's live? They have pink people on sticks in their front yard!
Nope, no white landscaping rocks.
And, from what I can tell, ankle bracelets are usually a sign of a swinger. On mature adult women, not teenagers.
But it is not a hard and fast rule, either.
Seen it in the movies...
Exactly. I can’t decide without pics!!
If it looks like $#!t, feels like $#!t, smells like $#!t and tastes like $#!T, then it usually IS $#!T. Especially if there's an ankle bracelet around it and a little pink flamingo sticking out of it...
My brother lived in a neighborhood in N. Austin. Rumor had it that the neighborhood swingers all had blue pots in their front yards somewhere. Never was able to ascertain the validity of the assertion, but his friends would always place a couple of them on either side of the front door as a joke.
It's all an act so they can get pics of the look on you're face.
OK assuming you're correct and they are in fact swingers how does it work. Someone drives down the road/street until they see a house with all the secret swinger stuff in the yard and they stop and say hay you want to swap wives?
When I first moved into my house, one of my buddies and his girlfriend flamingoed my yard...the war went back and forth for a few years with more people getting involved. Once I had six of them strapped to the back of my VFR as I made a sneak attack to my sister's place 20 miles away. I got some strange looks for having those things bungeed to the seat of my bike.
I still have two that have been guarding the place since then. Once I had a tom turkey try to get a date with one. They are getting used to the winters now, but still gripe about it. They've lost some color for sure.
This was exactly my question also... of all the ways you could find people to swing with, yard decoration seems like a particularly unhelpful approach, even in a pre-internet era.
Why on earth would you advertise with a yard gnome/pineapple/flamingo?
The ankle bracelet at least seems like it'd offer the opportunity to start a conversation...
The gnome, not so much?
I thought the sign was thick gold necklaces, open polyester shirts and hairy chest. Or am I stuck in the 70s?
And besides, yuck.
Them boys are looking a bit frustrated. I think they need to head south.
This guy gets it.
I need to get a closer look, but I think the husband wears a black ring band.
I thought everybody knew that.
Do they own a tiger?
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