Things Facebook thinks I need.

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Facebook is always trying to sell me something. And since it depends on algorithms to choose the items … I have to wonder why it thinks I need organic underwear.

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A free range bra? That’s an oxymoron if ever I’ve heard one.

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High impact? Exactly how much impact do they think my girls experience…

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My car seats do not need a body guard. If I’m man enough to spill a drink while driving? They should just man up and take it.

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Okay, they’ve got me here.

Those are adorable.

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32 thoughts on “Things Facebook thinks I need.”

  1. The bralettes are real cute, whatever their origin, and I kind of think “High impact” is more about delivering the impact than defending against it. High impact boobies are awesome.
    I’m right with you on the seat cover thing. That’s why we have scotchgard. Also, my seat has handles to control its position, like every other seat I’ve ever driven from. I guess that car is a bit too swanky doodle for me.
    Until they make Cthulhu pig in a blanket molds, these will do just fine.
    Good post, just right for my first cup of tea. Thank you.

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      1. Cathy tells me about that when she’s buying sixty dollar bras. I say money well spent. I don’t guess she’s looking for the impact, it’s just something you get with a sixty dollar bra and a professional fitting.

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  2. Bralette is an interesting word, even without the “free-range” adjective attached. The suffix lette is considered to be a diminutive, meaning in this case a “small bra” or possibly to denote “similarity,” such as bra-like. Seems to me a bra is either a bra, or not a bra. This piece of innerwear doesn’t really look like a bra as such, though I am no longer an expert on what bras look like these days. Don’t most bras have cups? This garment does not seem to have cups.
    But it is the diminuitive that struck me as most curious. This garment certainly has more material than most bras, so to call it a “small bra” just doesn’t seem right. On the other hand, a small bra could also mean small boobs, and maybe this is just male-thinking, but do women like to call attention to having small boobs by wearing a bralette. Might that not diminish one’s self-esteem — if boob-size is being considered as a measure of attractiveness?
    Ah, the places my mind takes me… Where’s the fun in undoing a woman’s bra when there is no clasp to undo. And if a bralette is form-hugging, it’s going to take two hands and a lot of cooperation to remove a bralette in the heat of passion. Better to call it a mood-killer, eh what!

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    1. I never thought about the passion blocking effect of these types of bras, but I think most women wear them for workouts or sleeping. I wouldn’t really know since my girls need industrial underwire support. As for the ‘lette’ suffix, it’s probably just a new marketing strategy.
      😉

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  3. * Organic bra? Wonder what a bra plant looks like …
    * I should think that an impact bra would be made of steel
    * Wonder what’s in the seats that the body needs to be protected from. Maybe they should vacuum the seats … 🤔

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  4. I do agree the shark bite/pigs in a blanket are adorable. Unfortunately my wife is quite shall we say…anti-shark…so it’s highly unlikely they’ll be arriving here. The wording on the “high impact” bra does make me wonder what magical fabric that is made out of. The “free range” bra is definitely an oxymoron.

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