I’m a breast of that

I’m a breast of that

posted on 12 Feb 2019 in Signs

Photo courtesy of Dasol Lee.
Found in Kyoto, Japan. 

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algernon
algernon
3 years ago

From the bosom of my heart

algernon
algernon
3 years ago

For all the fun potatoes

Running Comment
Running Comment
3 years ago

Two’s company, three’s a crowd.

Running Comment
Running Comment
3 years ago

– Have you seen Titty ?
– Yes, I think she’s window dressing.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

Hello Titty!

Running Comment
Running Comment
3 years ago

Better a Titty in the hand than two in the bush.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

Co? Short for cooch?

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

They donate to the Community Chest.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

Hey, nice racks!

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

Sure, I’ll buy 2, but can I have 10% ON instead?!

Running Comment
Running Comment
3 years ago

A Tale of Two Titties.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

@Running Comment | 4:49 am: By Charlies Dickens.

Running Comment
Running Comment
3 years ago

@DnT 5.07am:

I think you’ll find it was written by Edmund Welles…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCM2nEBE0RY

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

@Running Comment | 5:43 am: I had forgotten that sketch! I think I have a copy of that album somewhere.

Pete
Pete
3 years ago

Whew! Sure glad that “& Co.” was there.
For a minute I thought there was going to be only one of them!

Frank Burns
Frank Burns
3 years ago

They’re tops in my books.

That’s one place you would not mind a D rating.

Hope they have ample room for expansion.

My cup runneth over.

(I’m going to milk this for all its worth.)

Yu No Hoo
Yu No Hoo
3 years ago

I heard they went bust.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
3 years ago

a subsidiary of Tiffany & Co!

Come to Tiffany for your Titty!

Running Comment
Running Comment
3 years ago

@ DnT 5.49 am:

Actually, listening to it again, it appears he’s saying: “A Sale of Two Titties”, which would be more appropriate in this case.

Long Tom
Long Tom
3 years ago

Dirty old men welcome!

EffEff
EffEff
3 years ago

Keep those T-birds flying.

James
James
3 years ago

Shades of Swallows and Amazons.

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

Yup. Most young Asian ladies have titties. But who cares? Anything more than will fit between your lips, is wasted.

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

The shop made a sale of:

Two titties
Some crumpet
Two Buns
One Map of Tasmania
A swallow

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

Breakfast at Tittanys.

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

Which, incidentally, seems like a great idea.

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

It is actually mildly amusing, after having seen many breasts, both black and white, to see titties, which look like little cones with nipples on them.

But then you realise, that they come with a whole package, which is absolutely scrumptious.

James
James
3 years ago

This place is the tits

algernon
algernon
3 years ago

For all the fun bags

Pete
Pete
3 years ago

@Marum 12:18,

The version I heard is:
“More than a mouthful’s just too much!”

Pete
Pete
3 years ago

@Marum 12:34,

My list would differ slightly:

Two medium sized juicy lemons
Two medium sized yet nicely rounded buns
Fish taco with bearded clam
With a rain check for a pregnancy test kit later
😉

(BTW…what on EARTH is the crumpet supposed to represent???!!!)

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

@Pete 1543. Old English term. “A little bit of Crumpet”

Britishism for: 1. Or: a nice bit of crumpet , a sexually desirable woman or one regarded as a sex object. 2. Or: a piece of crumpet , sexual intercourse, based on the standard sense of the word, a soft bread that resembles a muffin.

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

@Pete
Once again. We are two countries separated by a common language.

Or should that be, “uncommon language”.

Pete
Pete
3 years ago

@Marum 5:24,

Indeed.

Once you wrote “muffin” I smacked my forehead.
With that, crumpet made perfect sense.

Pete
Pete
3 years ago

While we’re on topic, I first heard the Aussie slang “Map of Tasmania” and “Mappa Tazzy” in an Aussie film, can’t remember which one. Intrigued, I went to the internet to look for a map of the landmass in question. One quick look and I said to myself “Ohhh…I get it. It DOES kinda look like that, don’t it?”

All you you mates in AUS & NZ can stop laffin’ at the ignorant Yank anytime now…

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

@Pete. I think we “get” American slang more than you “get’ ours. Mainly because TV and the internet, is dominated by American examples and shows. The other day. I was trying to look for an Australian company which did some damn thing. The net supplied me with a veritable avalanche of USA companies, despite the fact, that I specified “Australian”. This is why most call centres are now based in the Philippines – because they speak “American English”. The Indians speak “British English”, and even though we find their accent very broad, the poor yanks don’t have a clue what… Read more »

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

BTW. Just musing the other day. Between we regular poster to this page, we must have a grasp of most languages on the face of this earth. Many of us – while not being fluent – have a working grasp of three or four, at least. Using myself as an example – English, (native) German and Espanol, (un poco, nur mäßig gut) Tokpisin and Motuan (PNG_Tokpisin abt 75%, Motuan almost lost) and I am learning Tagalog. Without trying to blow smoke up anyone’s ar$e, I think many of us would fit a similar profile linguistically. I think most of us… Read more »

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

EDIT: Shou’da said “Major languages”.

Speaking of minor languages. I had the opportunity recently, of learning some Xhosa. After it took me the better part of an hour to pronounce “Xhosa” fluently, without first having to arrange m mouth and m teeth, I reconsidered.

I figured that if I studied it diligently for 200 years, I would probably achieve a moderate degree of incompetence. So I abandoned the project.

Marum
Marum
3 years ago
Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

@Running Comment | 7:33 am: I’m sure that’s what he says.

BTW, I think “he” is the late Marty Feldman, and the recording may be from a Python-precursor show called “At Last the 1948 Show”.
Either that, or it’s Graham Chapman doing a pretty good Feldman impersonation.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

@Marum | 8:09 pm: Never been tempted to try speaking Xhosa. for fear that it might make my tonsils grow back!

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