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Is that "pretty ball", or "pretty boy"? And what about the sign in the background reading "America's Largest"? Hmmm, there's more to this photograph than meets the eye, I think!

Jaime Blancartë Durán, Justin Case, T M have particularly liked this photo


8 comments - The latest ones
Doris Dave
Doris Dave
It almost looks like "pretty bod." And that's quite a moose knuckle.
2 years ago.
Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy
Miss Magnolia Thunde…
It must have been quite painful for the poor dear.
2 years ago.
Jack Bulldog
Jack Bulldog
I think it can be translated as "Oh My! - Pretty bad!" But it's not bad at all. Home Savings is now defunct and taken over by Washington Mutual which is now defunct and taken over by Chase Bank, which no doubt will soon be Bank of America. I can clearly see the subject of the photo is NOT America's largest, but acceptable.
2 years ago.
Studley
Studley
It looks like his mother put those shorts on the'boil wash' cycle and some shrinkage has occurred. His bod on the other hand shows no signs of shrinkage.
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy
Miss Magnolia Thunde…
Mr. Studley, I do hope you are not being salacious . . . remember, darling, that this is a respectable site, conforming to all French diktats of taste!

;-)
2 years ago.
John Kaygee
John Kaygee
I can't help but wonder about the make and model year of the station wagon. I can come no closer than mid-1960's, and perhaps a Ford.
2 years ago.
Jack Bulldog has replied to John Kaygee
I believe it is a 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 Country Sedan
2 years ago.
John Kaygee
John Kaygee
Excellent eye, Mr. Bulldog! After querying Google images I must concur!
2 years ago.