Panties are out of fashion

I was wondering who it was that thought me calling boobs "boobs" was so terrible and offensive. I couldn't remember.
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I think boobs is a great word. I always say it like "bubs" - though I don't know if you can quite get the way I sound by just reading it.
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I think boobs is a great word. I always say it like "bubs" - though I don't know if you can quite get the way I sound by just reading it.
Originally Posted by babywavy
You mean like byoobs?
I think boobs is a great word. I always say it like "bubs" - though I don't know if you can quite get the way I sound by just reading it.
Originally Posted by babywavy
You mean like byoobs?
Originally Posted by internetchick
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Less of a long "U" sound, so not like "boo" but not quite a short "U" sound. Somewhere between booooobs and bubs. My mom cracks up everytime I say it.

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In my opinion, which I realize matters nothing to people (and that is just fine by me), using the word "juicy" to describe vaginal and apparently anal discharge is personally more offensive to me than calling breasts "boobs". I can think of many other terms that are used in place of "breasts" that I find more bothersome, for example "t!ts" or "knockers". "Boobs" is actually the most innocent slang for breasts that I know. In the case where I would have to describe my discharge, which I would only really do with a doctor, I would probably say excessive or abundant discharge.

RCW and all the other juicy people, please don't take what I'm saying as a personal attack. Honestly I don't really care how you describe your bodily functions. I'm just trying to explain my point of view, which may explain why others are reacting to "juicy" the way they are. We're all allowed to have differing opinions. (Imagine that!) Calling breasts "boobs" bothers some, describing genital discharge as "juicy" apparently bothers others. Live and let live.


I use the word boobs all the time (well, whenever I'm talking about them). To me, it's one of the most unoffensive terms for breasts. For the record, I don't really think juicy is offensive either.
She did mention the word "trailer-trashy". Think what you will of it.

So what? I didn't call anyone trailer trash. I don't namecall.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
No, just more of your hyperreactive, condescending BS.

(Oh, yeah, I'm not namecalling. )
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Boobs = ok, a little silly and childish, but ok

T!ts = trailer-trashy, offensive

IMHO
i dont think there is one nice, flattering word to describe breasts.

for me, breasts is too clinical and in a moment of passion i'd never say "kiss my breasts".
boobs is very immature and probably used by kids more than adults, like 'boobies' (makes me think of chris in family guy).

t!ts is very slangish and shows no respect for the woman who owns the breasts (think 'look at that pair of t!ts and ass').

baps is just HILARIOUS - i heard someone call them their baps once, and cracked up. similar to boobs.

now can anyone suggest a nice word for them?

also - juicy does make me feel a bit especially on CLINCAL NOTES as a NURSE?! surely just - excess fluid/moisture would do? or excess discharge? juicy to me is very sexual, like 'look at that juicy c*nt' - sexual in a horrible way. almost pornstarish.
"ooo baby you've made me all juicy"

yep now i've thought that over juicy is definately not my word of choice.

moist is also not a favourite.

discharge if its in relation to discharge will do. and 'wet' if its in relation to sexual fluid.

there, ive said all i can say.

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oh and by 'ass juice' dont you just mean 'sweat'?

as far as i'm aware my ass produces no discharge, juice, fluid of any sort similar to my....oh crap now i have to think up an appropriate word for vagina?!

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also - juicy does make me feel a bit especially on CLINCAL NOTES as a NURSE?! surely just - excess fluid/moisture would do? or excess discharge? juicy to me is very sexual, like 'look at that juicy c*nt' - sexual in a horrible way. almost pornstarish.
"ooo baby you've made me all juicy"

Medical people use the term juicy all the time...and not just about vaginas. Wounds can be juicy. Infection sites can be juicy. The term is especially used in surgery. There are people who are just generally juicier than others...those are the patients who really need post-op surgical drains. I am one of those juicy people. I have oily skin. I sweat freely. I never have sexual lubrication problems. I even have juicy innards and had to have surgical drains with my c-secs I'm just a juicy person...there's really no other word to describe it.
No, just more of your hyperreactive, condescending BS.
Trying a different tactic because you couldn't prove what you stated earlier? Just because you say something, doesn't make it true...I think we've all seen that...
I am one of those juicy people. I have oily skin. I sweat freely. I never have sexual lubrication problems. I even have juicy innards and had to have surgical drains with my c-secs I'm just a juicy person...there's really no other word to describe it.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
How about succulent?

Back in the 80's there used to be an R&B song called "Juicy."
Back in the 80's there used to be an R&B song called "Juicy."

I wouldn't know it...I missed the entire '80's decade of music because I was working multiple jobs. From what I hear, I didn't miss much.
Back in the 80's there used to be an R&B song called "Juicy."

I wouldn't know it...I missed the entire '80's decade of music because I was working multiple jobs. From what I hear, I didn't miss much.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
Bite your tongue, woman!
To me it's not the word, it's who says it and how/when it is used. When my husband says "I love your títs" it doesn't offend me(although I would not be OK with that being said in front of our kids obviously), but if anyone else said that I would be offended. He has also been known to call them sweater pets, which I find hilarious
To me it's not the word, it's who says it and how/when it is used. When my husband says "I love your títs" it doesn't offend me(although I would not be OK with that being said in front of our kids obviously), but if anyone else said that I would be offended. He has also been known to call them sweater pets, which I find hilarious
Originally Posted by internetchick
I have to completely agree...anything goes when it is done as "dirty talk" between me and my selected other. Anything.

The dirtier, the better...all those words that I can't stand in casual conversation have a special place in the dirty talk forum.
To me it's not the word, it's who says it and how/when it is used. When my husband says "I love your títs" it doesn't offend me(although I would not be OK with that being said in front of our kids obviously), but if anyone else said that I would be offended. He has also been known to call them sweater pets, which I find hilarious
Originally Posted by internetchick
I have to completely agree...anything goes when it is done as "dirty talk" between me and my selected other. Anything.

The dirtier, the better...all those words that I can't stand in casual conversation have a special place in the dirty talk forum.
Originally Posted by ~Ghost Poster~
I loves me some dirty talk
To me it's not the word, it's who says it and how/when it is used. When my husband says "I love your títs" it doesn't offend me(although I would not be OK with that being said in front of our kids obviously), but if anyone else said that I would be offended. He has also been known to call them sweater pets, which I find hilarious
Originally Posted by internetchick
I have to completely agree...anything goes when it is done as "dirty talk" between me and my selected other. Anything.

The dirtier, the better...all those words that I can't stand in casual conversation have a special place in the dirty talk forum.
Originally Posted by ~Ghost Poster~
I loves me some dirty talk
Originally Posted by internetchick
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