Questions Du Jour

Eddie Pensier writes:

I spotted this on the shelf at a local bookstore. I’m putting the photos below a page break because I suppose they might be considered NSFW, even though the subject in question was out in the open at eye-level in a public bookstore in the “Health” (?!) section, clearly visible to any browsing moppet.



1) Are breasts now considered so boring that they need to be doodled upon to make them interesting?

2) Would any sane person react with delight, or worse, arousal, at the sight of his beloved’s chest so decorated, rather than shrieking with laughter or placing a discreet call to a mental health professional?

3) I’m famously non-pious, but I’m still wondering if  commemorating the birth of Christ by painting a red-nosed reindeer on a tit isn’t perhaps just a tad blasphemous?

4) When did this sort of art hobby practice become mainstream enough to have a large corporate entity like Random House decide it was worth publishing a book about?

5) Is “Rosy Sherry” the author’s real name?

6) “Boobadoodle”?

About Eddie Pensier

Television junkie, opera buff, connoisseur of unhealthy foods, fashion watcher, art lover and admirer of beautiful people of all sexes.
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3 Responses to Questions Du Jour

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  2. Will S. says:

    1. Hopefully not; if so, we need to see less of them, to make them more interesting again. That’s why I don’t like European-style topless beaches; let’s keep the breast interesting, and not so commonplace, thanks!
    2. No.
    3. It could be sacrilegious, I suppose, but then, I find the notion of Santa Claus (rather than the historical St. Nicholas) and Rudolph, etc. to themselves be kinda dubious, and already removed from the observation of Christ’s birthday, so maybe it’s not really a big deal; just asinine.
    4. A good question. Is there really money to be made off this? Or will it quickly end up in the remainders bin? I suspect the latter; in which case, whoever gave the go-ahead should be axed.
    5. Google says this is her only claim to ‘fame’; I find no other references to her other than this book. I suspect it’s a pseudonym, and this is the first book released under it.
    6. I guess it’s mean to sound funny and fun. Sounds childish to me, which I suppose corresponds to the maturity level of any adults into this kind of thing. But then, we live in an age of cosplay and furries, etc. Some people never grow up…

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