Flipper

February 2nd, 2013

Her doctor did not do a very good job explaining things.

(submitted by Rocky)


27 Responses to “Flipper”

  1. amy camacho says:

    Say what you may, that painting is really very good. I’m surprised. We draw on our stomachs I guess for the same reason most ppl use to draw on their hands, desks and pants in school.

  2. Awk werd says:

    Vacation pictures … ” oh ya?! Well I caught THIS!”

  3. Lois says:

    She looks a bit like Sasha Alexander to me… o.O

  4. alyson says:

    A painting of 3 wolves howling at the moon is the only thing that could top this belly painting.

  5. ginger says:

    ohhhh this one is excellent joke fodder! Where to begin…?

  6. Snowrider says:

    Daniel and √Člisabeth Cousteau. May 1910.

  7. jinkies says:

    Ok. What I want to know is:
    1. Why do pregnant woman draw stuff on their stomachs?
    2. Why is she naked except for the shirt?
    3. Why does he not have a shirt on?

    I do not understand.

    • John Snead says:

      1. ‘Merica
      2. ‘Merica
      3. ‘Merica

    • D says:

      What you said! Why, why, & whytf?! All bad…

    • Heather says:

      I do belly paintings for pregnant women, its something fun to do instead of the standard look at my bump pictures.

      • Kihe says:

        Oh, if only this had caught on 30 years sooner … I think this couple was loving, supportive, sharing (with each other — and the camera). How is this substantially different from the woman going off for glamor shots and leaving the husband literally out of the picture?

        The whole body-painting thing is a more-recent phenomena for our culture in general, and may not be your cuppa… but remember what Grandad said: When yer thru lookin’, you are THRU!

  8. Scott says:

    You’re having my dolphin…. what a lovely way of sayin how much you love me…

  9. Tricia says:

    Why would this be akward?

  10. JT says:

    Maybe that’s how she got pregnant to begin with. I hear dolphin are quite the horny little devils.

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