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2015 pic thread!
tupapayon at 12:23PM, June 15, 2015
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You guys are badasses… if I have to run to save my life, I'd probably die…
fallopiancrusader at 9:23PM, June 15, 2015
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Last month, worked with a group of exotic dancers to provide entertainment at a fund-raiser party. Here's a photo of me working the stripper pole in my favorite leather-daddy outfit:
Luccia at 11:00PM, June 15, 2015
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Nice! Dancing the pole like that takes a lot of work and skill, I'm sure. 
ozoneocean at 1:10AM, June 16, 2015
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I've always admired people who could do that.
 
bravo1102 at 3:35AM, June 16, 2015
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Wow! You're really limber.
KimLuster at 4:19AM, June 16, 2015
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Impressive FC - my knee cracked just looking at how you're holding on to that poll!
Luccia at 10:04AM, June 16, 2015
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I've come to the conclusion that pole dancers are made of magic, and that's how they defy gravity. 
KimLuster at 11:37AM, June 16, 2015
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Well sometimes they let amateurs give the pole a try… and then it's not so magical…  And that's all I have to say about that ;)
fallopiancrusader at 12:05PM, June 16, 2015
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Pole dancing is very hard on the body. That knee-lock position I am doing can only be held for a short amount of time, because it will leave a nasty bruise. Pole dancing a fun sport/art, because it's like powerlifting, yoga, and ballet, all at the same time. But with sparkly costumes! I've been doing it for about 7 years, now
@KimLuster: I love hiking and backpacking, but my knees give out if I am on the trail for too long
@Luccia: You should enter a Spartan Race!
tupapayon at 2:25PM, June 16, 2015
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I may not be as badass as you, guys… but I had a girl coming over to play with me… unfortunatelly she only gave me this…
KimLuster at 2:34PM, June 16, 2015
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Well at least she didn't take her ball and go home :D
Luccia at 3:41PM, June 16, 2015
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You look like you're holding the earth. You are hardcore! Imma call you Atlas. 
fallopiancrusader at 6:21PM, June 16, 2015
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It looks like you're holding the earth post-global-warming. That's Africa after sea levels have risen several meters…
Luccia at 7:06PM, June 16, 2015
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And this is going to be your new friend. Say hello, Florence.
Florence: Surprise, Duckers! 
bravo1102 at 2:50AM, June 17, 2015
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Oh no, it's Cookie Monster's mother-in-law!  That is really good. 
tupapayon at 7:29AM, June 17, 2015
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Nice to meet you Florence…. so it turns out it looks like I've got the whole world in my hands…
Luccia at 8:04PM, June 17, 2015
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@bravo1102: It really does look Cookie Monster! The octopus version. It squeaks, too =D 
ashtree house at 11:02PM, June 23, 2015
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I was in in Europe for almost three weeks in May (thus my absence.. and then..some) This is my favorite pic from the trip! Got to wear BIG CLOGS when you are in the Netherlands, right!!!
fallopiancrusader at 9:07AM, June 24, 2015
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You could probably walk on water in those things! It can be a whole new sport
ozoneocean at 10:00AM, June 25, 2015
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Your big shoes look fantastic!
You must have been in Europe around the time I was there Ashtree? except I was in Greece and Serbia. :)
 
A leaher jacket was my choice of travelwear too. Totally useless in steamy Greece but a sudden cold spell hit Serbia while I was there so it was a god-send!
 
KimLuster at 1:21PM, June 25, 2015
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I LOVE! those shoes!!
tupapayon at 6:24PM, June 25, 2015
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That reminds me of the Tulip Time festival in Holland, MI… it'd be fun to see some of those Dutch dancers using shoes like that…
ashtree house at 8:36PM, June 29, 2015
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ozoneocean wrote:
Your big shoes look fantastic!
You must have been in Europe around the time I was there Ashtree? except I was in Greece and Serbia. :)
 
A leaher jacket was my choice of travelwear too. Totally useless in steamy Greece but a sudden cold spell hit Serbia while I was there so it was a god-send!
I very well may have been! I was in Amsterdam, Berlin and Prague though.
Leather jackets are the best for travel, but it was actually quite cool when I was in Amsterdam, I was really hoping I didn't need it!
ozoneocean at 8:34AM, June 30, 2015
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The weather you had in Amsterdam might be related to what happened to the weather I expereinced in Serbia! Everyone there said it was unseasonably cold, that it should normally have been boiling hot just then. INTERESTING! ^_^
 
ozoneocean at 4:21AM, Oct. 10, 2015
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The photo thread is pretty neglected…
 
COSTUME PICS!!!!!
 
I am zee Pussian Field Marshal Ozone Von Ocean.
 

 
Ah'm gonna buy up all yer land and put a railroad through it an' there ain't nuthin' you kin do about it!
 

 
The Man Who Was Thursday
 
 
tupapayon at 5:13AM, Oct. 10, 2015
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@OzoneOcean: Hey!… those look great… very authentic looking… gotta get me a custom… any suggestions?…
ozoneocean at 5:52AM, Oct. 10, 2015
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Thanks man! :D
 
My advice with a costume would be to work with what you have and try and build on that- go through your gear and look for interesting and unusual items and see what they sugest to you:
Like a waistcoat/vest that looks a bit piratical for example. Wear that with a white lon sleave  buttonup shirt, unbuttoned low. Wear loose trousers or even sweatpants, no shoes, and tie a bandanna over your head, ties a scarf around your waist belted over the shirt and you get a pirate!
  
You can build on that by getting a shirt with looser, wider sleaves. Get better trousers that fit the look more, Make a wide baldric style belt to wear over your shoulder, get a sabre to stand in for a cutlass to hand from the baldric (down by your waist), get a wide brim cowboy style hat and fold up the brim on three sides to make a tricorn pirate hat…and so on.
 
That's just an example.
 
Niccea at 6:26PM, Oct. 12, 2015
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I tried cosplaying as Clara Oswald from Dr Who a couple of weeks ago. An excercise against laziness for me because my name is already Clara.

 
My husband went as the 10th Doctor.
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ozoneocean at 8:17AM, Oct. 13, 2015
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That's so cool Niccea, you look great! :D
 
KimLuster at 10:18AM, Oct. 14, 2015
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Haha love it - you guys are so flamboyant and photogenic!!

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