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Make Your Own Booble Wrap

with busts that bust
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1. On the bottom row of a sheet of bubble wrap, with a fine brush, paint a nipple on every second and third bubble.
2. On the row above, paint tiny eye brows, long-lashed eyes and red pouting or smiling lips on every third bubble (centered over the pair of boobles below).
3. On the same row, paint nipples on the remaining bubbles.
4. Repeat 2 and 3 to the top of the sheet.
5. With a skin tone on the reverse side, booble wrap makes bawdy, 3D wallpaper or a titillating, audible futon.
FarmerJohn, Dec 11 2003


       Interesting. Welcome back. +
sartep, Dec 11 2003

       yey, welcome back. +
jonthegeologist, Dec 11 2003

       Inflatable naked women are already baked.
kropotkin, Dec 11 2003

       [sartep & jon] Thanks, it's good to be back among the living and laughing.
FarmerJohn, Dec 11 2003

       Oh great, another open invitation to teens now school's nearly out...   

       (Nice to see you back, btw.)
PeterSilly, Dec 11 2003

       6. Explain to wife/girlfriend/partner why you need to supplement their ample charms with plastic fake breasts.....
dobtabulous, Dec 11 2003

       Otherwise, one could cut the bubble wrap into strips, roll up the strips and use them in a cap gun.
FarmerJohn, Dec 11 2003

       Hey, that's another great idea.
sartep, Dec 11 2003

       What? You don't do drawings anymore? : )
k_sra, Dec 11 2003

       I doubt doubly I'm done doing drawings.
FarmerJohn, Dec 11 2003

       Well, that's good to hear. <g>
k_sra, Dec 11 2003

       Thanks for keeping us abreast of things.
lintkeeper2, Dec 11 2003


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