Ben Nadel
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I am the chief technical officer at InVision App, Inc - a prototyping and collaboration platform for designers, built by designers. I also rock out in JavaScript and ColdFusion 24x7.
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Anonymous And Hilarious Photo Submission (Saucy)

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Not sure who it was, but someone sent this to me yesterday. Maybe it's the five year old in me, but this photo is just brilliant :)


 
 
 

 
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Looks like it was taken off of LOLHome.com. I have never heard of that site but it looks like it has some pretty funny stuff on it. Anyway, if you are going to submit something to me, don't feel like you have to be anonymous about it. I don't judge and certainly won't share anyone's email (or name if you specify).



Reader Comments

LOL - that t-shirt is funny.

Being that my wife is in the busines of profiling clothes I can think of a whole series of these ones :)

A cap with <head> on the front and </head> on the back etc....

Any other sugestions?

I believe the shirt is from tshirthell.com (though it appears they no longer sell it). Plenty of other funny shiznit there, though (along with some which are way over the top).

Ha ha ha, I have heard of that site, but never seen it before. That is some funny stuff as well as some quite off color stuff. All for a good morning start.

im sure youd love to shag her , a guy i went to hs with married her ...shes been modeling since hs freshman or sophmore year online

so her husband lets her do nude modeling and sexual things on her site? i dont think i believe u, will.

I got an email back in 2006 with a picture of her wearing a t-shirt that said, "Not everything in Florida is flat." I forget her name but I tracked her down through MySpace. Seemed very nice. Doesn't do nude modeling (I didn't ask-read about her somewhere) But that was 2006.

@Ben,

It occurred to me that the original pic, above, is a "paradigm", in the original meaning of the term, definition by example. (So, for example, amo, amas, amat, amamus, amatis, amant is the most popular paradigm for first conjugation verbs in Latin.)

That said, the original pic, above, is a paradigm of the newly popular term "semantic markup", markup that identifies the contextual meaning of what it contains. :-)