I like it on the passenger seat of my car...

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  1. Anyone seen this going around on facebook? It of course sounds explicit, but apparently it is for breast cancer awareness this month.

    It is where you put your PURSE!!


    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504763_162-20018860-10391704.html

    Thought this was hilarous and the girls of TPF would get a kick out of it!!!
     
  2. interesting! thanks for sharing.
     
  3. They gave away the secret! lol
     
  4. i was wondering about that!
     
  5. I said

    i like it on the stairs, that way i cant get it whether i was going up or down, LOL

    i crack myself up, LOL
     
  6. ^^ LMAO Oh Peggle...you crack me up!!! :nuts::lol::lolots:
     
  7. LOL

    I was amazed at the number of people who said "I like it on the floor".
     

  8. LOL hilarious! LOL
     
  9. always next to me
     
  10. I know! Yuck!
     
  11. This is hilarious! :lol:
     
  12. #12 Oct 7, 2010
    Last edited: Oct 7, 2010
    Last night I posted to Facebook "I like it on the Love Seat" and quite a few friends immediately messaged me, with "what are we talking about here" So I posted the message I got about it so they could play too.

    Where do YOU like it?
     
  13. LOL@ Peggle!!!
     
  14. Thanks, I wasnt quite sure what the references were for!
     
  15. #15 Oct 7, 2010
    Last edited: Oct 7, 2010
    So, exactly how does this get people more aware of breast cancer? Is it that once they read the update of "I like it ____", they'll think sex and ask what is up with that, and you'll respond that it's for breast cancer awareness and then say that "it" is in reference to a purse, but people should think of sex at first when they think of "it". Then, they should be curious enough to ask what is up with the statement. And then, you're supposed to randomly say "Breast cancer awareness." And, then you suggest to them to put up a statement like that but fill the blank with something else preferably. And that someone should ask them about it... And, it should go on and on. Is it really is that random and short-lived? :confused1::dots::girlwhack: