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You’re Searching For What, Bosoms?

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on March 26, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

Don’t imagine for a moment that I am too shy to look, anyone who knows me knows that my level of shyness is exceptionally low to non-existent, but what would you expect to find when you put this in a search engine?

a rather exquisite bosom

More, what sort of person enters such a question? I can almost imagine someone in their evening clothes, monocle-in-eye, cigar-in-hand and a dozen horses in the stalls behind the country mansion.

Google gave me images of a loaf of bread and a copy of Essays in Musical Analysis. Not exactly what I had expected. Flickr was a little more forthcoming:

Viktoria Michaelis: Bosoms, Breasts and Boobies

Photo Credit: J Mark Dodds [a shadow of my future self]Creative Commons

but, while the first glance certain inspires, it stops at that! I prefer real life to plastic creations, and that includes those who have gone along the enhancement road.

Perhaps he was just after news about Christina Applegate. She’s not the only one who has mourned a loss (or two), nor the only one to comment on their own attributes as being the best part of them (Jennifer Love Hewitt anyone?).

I guess the search query, which brought an anonymous person to this blog, will have to remain as one of the great mysteries of life.

Love & Kisses, Viki.

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1 Comment

  • My guess would be that this was a mis-remembered quote, and Anonymous was trying to find its origin – it does read like a line from one of those terrible fake-Victorian porn novels that were all the rage back in the 1980s. Then again, I once snagged a visitor searching for “World’s most beautiful anus”, so what do I know?

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