4/19/15

Mini Skirt Monday #184: Steps, Stairs and Minis


Way back in 2012 (can you believe it's been that long?) we did a Miniskirts and Stairs theme.  Well, it's been three years and we're due for another.  Enjoy!




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12 - Hammer babe, Veronica Carlson
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26 - steps are really handy when you have height discrepancies
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12 comments:

  1. A lot of plaid in those photos!

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    1. Hey, you've given me a miniskirt monday theme. The 70s were absolutely awash in a sea of plaid.

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  2. Memories...

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    1. ....light the corners of my mind....

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  3. 13. What's balding beardy man doing to her to get that kind of reaction?

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    1. Yeesh. It looks like he's clawing at her kneecap. Kind of a pervy thing to do.

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  4. Oh yes, nice. Thank you.

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    1. You're quite welcome. It's a great way to start the week I think.

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  5. Number 47. She's trouble. And I like me some trouble.

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  6. Goldie Hawn; all day, every day. Photoshop that pose in front of a pinball machine and my goose is cooked. Thanks for coming back to the space, you were missed!

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  7. I had a pair blue and white plaid bell bottoms, and blue suede shoes to match. It was the early 70's and most the girls I knew had plaid slacks, definite turn-on. It's my opinion that no one wore the mini skirt better then Barbara Eden, as evident in your many posts of her... Nick

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  8. Ah, yes. The staircases at school – the true test of whether the skirt of your outfit was too full or too short. I found out many years too late (at the 10 year reunion) that most of mine were either too full, too short, or both. Oh well :)

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