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Posted by Word Camel on November 27, 2004

In Reply to: Bondage posted by Lewis on November 25, 2004

: : : : : : Hello to you all:

: : : : : : Could anyone tell me the possible definition of *meat-packy"? and if I presume it to mean *tightly packed* will it make sense?

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: : : : : : She looks mean-packy in her super-tight bikini.

: : : : : : Thanks

: : : : : There's an expression from my West Virginia childhood -- solid as a meathouse -- referring to someone's physique. Maybe the two phrases are related?

: : : : I'd venture a guess that since the bikini is "super-tight," she's bulging a bit around where the strings cut in, the way a pork roast is tied, tightly enough that the string indents the meat.

: : : Ten pounds of sugar in a five-pound sack.

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: : I came a cross an an article that likened Arnie Schwarzenegger's body to a condom stuffed with walnuts. It's sort of the same idea I think

: I can identify with those descriptions - when I was a bit chunkier, briefs got a little lost - the pouch was there (worry ye not) but the sides got a bit lost. there are two things a guy can do in those circs - change his waistline or change his style of underpants. I did both.

: however, some women do not have the same public decency I showed and wear bikinis with straps that disappear into flesh like a cheese wire into brie.

: the butchers' string disappears into a roast when it expands, the same as a bikini strap sinks into overdone flesh.

: I once read that a 'bondage hook' had changed a couple's sex-life and tried to imagine what one looked like. turned out it was a bondage 'book' and just poor printing. I hoped the printing was better than the article that mentoned it!

: L

I will never look at the Sunday Roast in quite the same way.

As an aside, my gallery once featured a show of artists protesting the Spanner ruling (gay men doing time for GBH after having consentual S&M sex). I can tell you that "hooks" are a common feature. I'm guessing the editor of the article missed it because it was just plausible.