11/4/12

Mini Skirt Monday #130: Minis Among the Foliage (Part II)



Why another round of Miniskirts +  Nature? Because, dear reader, this is mankind's greatest creation  placed alongside God's creation - a most holy combination.

The world is indeed full of peril and in it there are many dark places. But still there is much that is fair. And though in all lands, love is now mingled with grief, the miniskirt still stands.  For where there is the miniskirt, there is hope.

Behold the Miniskirt - the light in the glade, the shimmering among the linden leaves, the moonbeam in the woven wood.  Behold and give thanks.

Amen.




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11 comments:

  1. Methinks I see a potential pancake or two lurking in there....

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  2. The girls in #17 seem to be standing in the part of the woods where the kids come to drink their beer and then throw the cans into a pile. The cans are rusting out. So no wonder that by the time we get to photo 56 one of the girls has climbed into a tree.
    #19 is a beautiful young woman but she needs to sue her legs for non-support.
    I have a slight preference for the black and white photos but I really don't know why. Perhaps a color mini vs. black and white mini contest is in order.

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  3. Todd "Toogles" McWhirterNovember 05, 2012

    Pix were nice, but jesus how many old high school yearbooks do you OWN!?!

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  4. #47 really has me wondering what's under the black rect. Surely his wiener wasn't sticking out there.

    #51 is the best reason I've seen for lowering the age of consent. Lordy. Frolic, sweet girl. Frolic.

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    1. #37...that's not a rectangle, it's a leaf on the tree branch in front of him.

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  5. Number 7...minis in the snow? Brrrr!!!! I don't know how these women didn't freeze!

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  6. I hated doing the "...hey! Pick her up and carry her..." picture for the yearbook. At the time, I weighed about 125lbs and, frequently, the girl weighed more than I did! Now that I'm 55 filled out to 230lbs and could possibly pick up a 130lb woman, I'm in surprisingly few yearbook pictures.

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  7. Some excellent color combos in this bunch. eg 3,9,57. I don't recall seeing those in real life; most of the '70s colors in real life were awful. (Mustard and muscatel.)

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  8. I think I just had a religious experience...
    Thank you God, and Amen.

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  9. Most excellent collection. #1,2,3,25,and 44 are from Campbell College, North Carolina.

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  10. #59 resembles a past girlfriend (she had nice gams, too)

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