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Have you been criticized by the graphics on your board?

post #1 of 11
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I've owned my Sims Fader Jenna & Brianna board for a few years.  Every time I go to the mountains, someone (a mom, priest, etc) gets offended by the graphics on my board.  I usually tell them there is nothing I can do because that's how it is when the board was purchased.

 

How would you respond to their criticism?

post #2 of 11

If you don't like the conversations, strategically placed stickers could mitigate them.

post #3 of 11

You should ask this question over at TGR forums. I think the answers may involve suggesting that the priest may prefer pictures of little...

 

Well, go over there and see what comes of the conversation.

 

Or just ignore them all and ride your board with pictures of nekkid chicks.

 

Personally, I'm much more of a fan of Praxis' approach to sexy topsheets. More subtle/suggestive than in-your-face:

 

praxis1.jpg

 

 

post #4 of 11

Your graphics talk?  Man I need to upgrade.  Mabye I could get them to give me instruction -

 

"You are too far back again you idiot!"  "You are not REALLY going to try going down that line are you?  I'll just call patrol now"

post #5 of 11

"I usually tell them there is nothing I can do because that's how it is when the board was purchased."

 

Did yo momma pick it out for you?

 

When I bought my boards there were several suitable models available that did not have offensive graphics.

post #6 of 11
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If I was an actual teenage adolescent, I don't think my parents would have approved it

 

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"I usually tell them there is nothing I can do because that's how it is when the board was purchased."

 

Did yo momma pick it out for you?



 

post #7 of 11
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Originally Posted by Seks View Post

I've owned my Sims Fader Jenna & Brianna board for a few years.  Every time I go to the mountains, someone (a mom, priest, etc) gets offended by the graphics on my board.  I usually tell them there is nothing I can do because that's how it is when the board was purchased.

 

How would you respond to their criticism?



I don't see the problem.  Show us some pics of your topsheets, so we will all know what you are talking about.

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post #9 of 11
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I've owned my Sims Fader Jenna & Brianna board for a few years.


You should be ashamed of yourself. Or proud. Gotta ask, how many priests do you actually run into on the hill?

 

post #10 of 11

Meh, that's nothing compared to the spreads Jenna and Brianna did in Club Magazine and others many years ago.  Just tell them they are your sisters and ask what the problem isdevil.gif

post #11 of 11

Seks -> Have you tried making a back and forth motion with a closed fist about waist high and telling them to talk to the hand?

 

 

Nice link no bueno - I had not seen that site before - cracked me up.

 

Funny - the only criticism of my Burton Custom Wide is "borrrrring!"

 

I'm all in favor of fine art (and that is some mighty fine artwork), but if you whip it out in public you're bound to find some art critics.

 

 

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