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Builder's bum: the cause

Discussion in 'threads and dreads' started by Orang Utan, Jan 28, 2009.

  1. tarannau

    tarannau Mongolian eyed

    There's probably a graph and complex mathematical formula to be worked on, plotting initial buttock roundness/angle against hip protrusion and the like. My personal hypothesis is that there's some interplay of dimensions that help trews 'stick' like a hula hoop on a jutted hip. Or something.

    Never been a huge problem for me I'll admit, but as I get skinnier and older I can see how it may be a concern. Hell, after years developing stupid shaped legs from sports that involved too much squatting, I'm still shocked to get my arse into a pair of 501s rather than baggy things.

    And, thank gawd, at least I'm not one of those high creviced freaks.
     
  2. Madusa

    Madusa Baller

    I quite like my crevice, thanks. :p
     
  3. tarannau

    tarannau Mongolian eyed

    But clothes don't like it...
    :(
     
  4. Madusa

    Madusa Baller

    Come on, everyone and everything 'pops out' from time to time. No pasa nada. ;)
     
  5. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    It's not a pretty sight
     
  6. Madusa

    Madusa Baller

    Only if you find the human body a grotesque thing.
     
  7. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    I don't, but I find my flatmate's offputting when he changes a DVD, so I assume it's the case with mine. I don't want to show my arsecrack to the whole world. Do you?
     
  8. TheDave

    TheDave A man of constant sorrow

    I'd have to actually have an arse to begin with in order to get builders bum.
     
  9. Madusa

    Madusa Baller

    No I dont especially but when it happens, or when I see it, it's nothing to cry about, is it?

    He's changing a dvd for christ's sake! He's bent over...these things happen. :D
     
  10. WouldBe

    WouldBe non smoking

    Dungarees will solve the problem. :eek: :)
     
  11. Clair De Lune

    Clair De Lune Well-Known Member

    Simon Cowell was overly concerned about this.
    I believe these were his solution.
    [​IMG]
     
  12. gentlegreen

    gentlegreen Sproutarian.

    There's a fishing series on Discovery "The Compleat Angler" - following in the footsteps of Isaac Walton - featuring Geoffrey Palmer .. all very civilised - until they get to the programme where they employ the services of an expert carp angler ....

    I know I shouldn't look, but you know it's coming up.. you would have thought they could use some sort of video tippex ...
     
  13. Cloo

    Cloo Surfeit of lampreys

    I think it might be the belly. I've certainly developed a bb since having the baby as I have the dreaded baby-tummy. :rolleyes:
     
  14. Melinda

    Melinda Kama roa, efshar livloa?

    A Dexy's Midnight Runners revival is LOOOOOONG over due :cool:
     
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  15. krink

    krink I'll do it this afternoon

    BUM-P :)oops:)

    I sometimes work as a gardener and last sunday I got bitten to bits on my butt by midgies. It's funny but it's also very sore (13 sore, itchy lumps at last count). I can wear a hat to stop them biting my head (which currently has even more bites than my bum) but no matter how i try with belt/high waist/ tucking shirt into pants it always ends up with my moon rising. Dungarees I am ideologically opposed to. maybe a boiler suit if i can find one is size little and fat. or one of these if the horseflies join up with the midgies:

    [​IMG]
     
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  16. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    you should wear dungarees so no one else has to see your shame
     

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