That was so much FUN!

Thursday, August 19, 2010

I've just come back from standing at a major intersection at rush hour, promoting a radio contest. That was awesome!!

I was a bit nervous whether I was going to get any negative comments, but nope - lots and lots of positive toots, waves, and smiles! I highly recommend it as a total self esteem booster!
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    Although, I was just sharing that I'd been published. It's kind of hard not to see the vote link as well, but this wasn't about getting votes - as that's not permitted at Spark! Just "Hey, I was in the papers, check me out!" :)
    2771 days ago
    emoticon WOW ! That takes SERIOUS GUTS !! I hope that tape didn't hurt when you had to take it off. Ouch !! I'm totally going to vote for you if I can too !!! As much as I'd love a boob lift, I don't think I'd have stood out in public flashing my gals. Guess I'm stuck waiting to see if I win the lottery. LOL !!

    Anarie is right. The US has some serious hang ups about sex and the naked body. Look at what happened when Janet Jackson flashed her boob at the Super Bowl half time show. We had "nipple-gate" for weeks ! CBS was fined over $700,000 for showing (OMG) nudity. People went nuts.

    Mind you, no one complained about the viagra and cialas commercials, but that too is a whole new thread.

    Anyway, that was totally AWESOME !! I'll vote for you !!!

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    2771 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/21/2010 1:01:13 PM
    OMG, just saw your link and photo! No wonder you were nervous! I don't think I could have stood out there fully dressed, much less have the guts to do what you did. (Of course, here we're so freaked out about the human body that you would have gotten arrested, but that's a separate topic.)

    I'm going to go see if I can vote for you from half a world away. You earned it!
    2771 days ago
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