ACT

A  practical example of how the human mind worksHow The Mind Works

Analysis of  the above picture can tell us a lot about how different people think.

  • For young men, it’s a picture of a lady with a  nice arse but  only the most observant will notice that she is  crossing a street.

  • The really observant will notice that she is wearing a  thong.
  • For older men, she appears to be a respectable woman with a nice arse – on her way to work.

  •  The perverts among them will imagine her naked.

  •  Wiser men will ponder the  presence of mind of the photographer to take the shot in the  face of such beauty and be grateful that they shared it with  humanity.

  • For half of the women, this is an ordinary woman who should not have left home dressed that way.

  • The other  half will think she is a slut but wonder where she bought that  blouse.

  • Older women will imagine the misery that the  woman’s arse will cause by the time she reaches 50.

  • But  only children, the extremely intelligent and the celibate will  notice that the taxi is being driven by a dog.

    From the Internet

To Grannymar: something for her to ponder over and ACT about her choice of topic.

Welcome to the Friday Loose Bloggers Consortium where Akanksha, Anu, Ashok, Conrad, DeliriousGaelikaa,  GrannymarMagpie11,  Nema, Noor, Ordinary Joe, Paul, Maria the Silver Fox, Rummuser , Will Knott, and I write on the same topic. Please do visit the linked blogs to get seventeen different flavours of the same topic.

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About padmum

You could call me Dame Quixote! I tilt at windmills. I have an opinion on most matters. What I don't have, my husband Raju has in plenty. Writer and story teller, columnist and contributer of articles, blogs, poems, travelogues and essays to Chennai newspapers, national magazines and websites, I review and edit books for publishers and have specialized as a Culinary Editor and contributed content, edited and collaborated on Cookbooks. My other major interest is acting on Tamil and English stage, Indian cinema and TV. I am a wordsmith, a voracious reader, crossword buff and write about India's heritage, culture and traditions. I am interested in Vedanta nowadays.
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10 Responses to ACT

  1. Grannymar says:

    Hands up, I didn’t see the dog. In fact It was difficult to work out that it was a dog even when the photo was enlarged.

    I did notice the panti line and suspect that the young lady is wearing ‘Pippa Middleton’ bum enhancing pants.

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  2. Rummuser says:

    I really wanted it to be movie. I would have waited till the seams gave way!

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  3. Padmum, the human mind is working correctly:

    The woman, whilst undisputedly walking across a zebra crossing, does have nice arse. It’s a fact. You don’t need to be a man, a pervert, young or old to see it as pleasing as it is. As to the thong. Well. It could be worse. At least she has shown some consideration accommodating the aesthetical sensibilities of your average onlooker.

    What you should have mentioned is the perfect ratio of hip to waist measurement – finely balanced by trouser legs flaring lower down.

    Fashionably yours,
    U

    PS When in state of undress the human body will be naked – just a thought

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    • padmum says:

      U–I really did not go so deep into this “Act”–and as an Indian who wears Salwar / kameez and saris that hides all evils, I did not notice the perfect ratio…how she must have got that ‘Size Zero’ must be an interesting sub plot.

      Welcome to my writings.

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  4. Couldn’t see the dog anywhere. I tried and tried.

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