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Jackie C.

Dunno, in keeping with the spirit of the thread, I think you should have to post a picture of your bike with you riding on it.

 

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Bri2020
1 hour ago, Jackie C. said:

Dunno, in keeping with the spirit of the thread, I think you should have to post a picture of your bike with you riding on it.

 

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Or at least what you wear when riding ;)

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Teri Anne

I have to agree with that ,pics on the bikes would be cute.

 

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Jackie C.
1 hour ago, Teri Anne said:

I have to agree with that ,pics on the bikes would be cute.

 

And I swear it has almost nothing to do with my biker girl fetish. Promise.

 

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I'll have to look for something.  

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Charlize

Bikes are lovely accessories.  
 

Hugs,

 

Charlize 

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Erica Gabriel

How ‘bout this biker girl? 

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5 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

Dunno, in keeping with the spirit of the thread, I think you should have to post a picture of your bike with you riding on it.

 

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I know, right?  But I didn't have a tripod.  Love seeing what folks have been wearing between their legs though.  Bike selfies will undoubtedly follow.  I had to get new riding gear because I just don't wear men's clothes anymore, and my new Kevlar lined jeggings have hip padding in just the right places...bonus!

Stay tuned...

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7 hours ago, Erica Gabriel said:

How ‘bout this biker girl? 

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@Erica GabrielNow this is my speed, too. Pedal on.

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Charlize
9 hours ago, Erica Gabriel said:

How ‘bout this biker girl? 

Love it!   Biking was a fashion of mine until a heart attack and alcoholism made riding dangerous.  

At one point lycra shorts with a tuck and shaved legs were as close as i could get to being out.

Hugs,

 

Charlize 

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Ok.   Pre-Transition guy at my daughter's place, getting ready to hit the road once again.

Bike is a bit beat up.  The dents in the tank are a souvenir of my encounter with that deer.  It was awhile before I could walk around.  But no permanent damage.

 

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Here's my ride— Hybrid City bike by Trek. Smooooooth . . .

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KymmieL

Well back to the regularly scheduled thread for now. Today for my trip to the VA for my second covid shot. I wore a button down utility dress and a pair of 2"heels. 

 

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no makeup again today... summer in the south

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Bri2020

You look comfy Shyla!

I went thrifting last night with my wife, looking for "summer evening wear" to wear out to music in the park and happy hour kinda of things. I found three dresses. 1 is a maxi with spaghetti straps and slit side. It barely fits my chest so once I get my BA it will have to go but it looks great now. I also got a bodycon maxi in almost sheer black with a racer back strap set up.  Last but not least is the pre-sewn sarong pictured below.  I absolutely love it and it will accommodate my BA just fine ( I think I will look fab in it at that point although I'm feeling pretty fabulous in it right now!)

 

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Jackie C.

Definitely @Bri2020, you'll really be filling that out.

 

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Teri Anne

I'll bet they all look great on you Bri.

 

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7 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

You look comfy Shyla!

I went thrifting last night with my wife, looking for "summer evening wear" to wear out to music in the park and happy hour kinda of things. I found three dresses. 1 is a maxi with spaghetti straps and slit side. It barely fits my chest so once I get my BA it will have to go but it looks great now. I also got a bodycon maxi in almost sheer black with a racer back strap set up.  Last but not least is the pre-sewn sarong pictured below.  I absolutely love it and it will accommodate my BA just fine ( I think I will look fab in it at that point although I'm feeling pretty fabulous in it right now!)

 

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omg loooove it

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actually this was yesterday, i was so busy with yard work i forgot to post. i have my revolver because i get timber rattlers and copperheads in my back yard all the time.

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Bri2020

Today I'm wearing one of the dresses I got 2 or 3 days ago.  It was a little brisk first thing but it's now warm enough to be comfortable.  I had a shrug for the drive in.

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Elizabeth Star

I’m back on the wagon trying to look respectable. Got this skirt at a thrift store a couple weeks ago and had forgotten about it. 
 

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Bri2020
1 hour ago, Elizabeth Star said:

I’m back on the wagon trying to look respectable. Got this skirt at a thrift store a couple weeks ago and had forgotten about it. 
 

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OMG! BLUE!!!!!!!!   lol

You look great BTW.

 

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Teri Anne
11 hours ago, shyla said:

actually this was yesterday, i was so busy with yard work i forgot to post. i have my revolver because i get timber rattlers and copperheads in my back yard all the time.

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I don't blame you for carrying protection out in the woods.

I was hit by a cottonmouth once and wish I had a way to have dispatched him.

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Bri2020

Day 3 of the new summer dresses from Goodwill.

This one barely fits my chest so no pretending the lack of "size" here. lol. I'm a bit sad I will be out of it by next summer so I'm gonna wear it a lot while I can.

 

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Teri Anne

Don't worry about filling it out now you will soon.

A good chance you will end up with more than you planned on.

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