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Metro's A to Z of fetishes: G is for gerbils, glasses and grannies Since the dawn of time, we humans have found the sexy in everything: people get turned on by pretty much anything that moves and quite a lot of things that don't. Most fetishes are harmless fun. 's A to Z of fetishes: F is for furries, faces and [...]
The Case for Keeping Your Glasses on During Sex You go on a few dates (or just one, whatever makes you most comfortable) and decide it's time to get busy. When the lights dim low and you undress your partner, they remove their glasses revealing…a completely different face and vibe than what you [...]
Hitchcock's fetish for glasses and desire for 'total control', as revealed by his leading ladies Joan Fontaine Photo: Rex. The book, titled Alfred Hitchcock by Peter Ackroyd, touches on another of Hitchcock's obsessions: women wearing glasses. In Spellbound Ingrid Bergman wears glasses, as does Madeleine Carroll in The 39 Steps (1935), and Barbara [...]
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Not Just a Fetish: How Science and Slang Differ in Sex Talk When it comes to fetishes, the DSM lists the most common fetish items as women's undergarments and shoes. But academic studies have been conducted including (but not limited to): hairbrushes, roses, eyeglasses, and artificial limbs. As a fetish object [...]
Meganekko is a Japanese word which translates to "glasses girl". It is used in its most straightforward way to describe people where wearing glasses can be considered one of their characteristics. It is also often used in anime and manga fandom to refer to geek chic females who wear glasses, especially when it is considered their most attractive trait. However, it does not automatically mean that the female would not be considered attractive without the glasses. Their usage may or may not have anything to do with a character's eyesight, and they are often a "neutral" costume not as closely associated with more obvious fetishes such as meido or seifuku. They sometimes have the connotations of geekish or bookish behavior, but in a complimentary fashion. A stereotypical example would be...
@carmina_rakista I have an eyeglasses fetish. People who can barely see are marriage material to me
London Stone doesn’t look like much. It’s an irregular chunk of oolitic limestone hidden behind a grate on the footing of a 1960s building on Cannon Street. To actually see the stone, you had to go inside whatever business was occupying the storefront — at various times a Bank of China branch, a sporting goods store and most recently a WH Smith — and look into a knee-high glass case. The case wasn’t even visible when it was in a WH Smith because it was blocked by a magazine rack. It’s been said to be the stone from which Arthur drew the sword that made him king, a druidic altar, a piece of the palace of the Roman governor of Londinium, the plinth for the Palladium brought to the city by Brutus of Troy, legendary founder of...
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Why the fuck couldn’t designers make ties long enough to hold together a peignoir made for more curvaceous frames. Pieces of material the size of mailing labels might work for runway X-rays, but they abso did not work for real women. She took her irritation out on the male already cracking open her apartment door to make his getaway, and shot him her patented look from point-blank range. Randolph McNeer tapped his foot, waiting for her answer, the picture of impatience, one jaded eye already turned toward the elevator down the hall. Yet, sure enough, as the halves of her wrap gapped open again, his gaze dipped to her cleavage. Hers dipped to the erection straining the denim of his jeans. Still, this one usually managed to scratch her ever-present itch.
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Glasses Fetish: Man Steals $45K In Eyewear Because He 'Really Likes To Be Around Glasses" MILWAUKEE — An Illinois man was accused of stealing more than $45,000 worth of eyeglasses from suburban Milwaukee stores because he enjoys being around eyewear. Jerry Lowery, 38, was charged with three counts of armed robbery and one count of fleeing an ... [...]
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Look at that! Eyeglass fetish MILWAUKEE — A Chicago man is accused of stealing more than $45,000 worth of eyeglasses from suburban Milwaukee stores because he enjoys being around eyewear. Jerry Lowery, 38, is charged with three counts of armed robbery and one count of fleeing an officer. [...]
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Eyeglass thief with spectacle fetish Jerry Lowery, 38, of Illinois was charged with stealing more than 500 pairs of eyeglasses from suburban spectacle shops. Apparently he has a fetish. rom the Associated Press: Prosecutors said Lowery walked into three shops between April and July and said ... [...]
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Police searching for robber with eyeglasses fetish Police are searching for a man with an eyeglasses fetish who allegedly stole a man’s glasses Saturday at Neighbors nightclub on Capitol Hill. A witness told police and he saw the man push two people toward a photographer on the dance floor and grab the ... [...]
In game after game, comic book after comic book, manga after manga, there they are: characters with glasses. And Japan is totally gaga for them.Of course, glasses fetishism is not unique to Japan as it's widespread in the West as well. Universally, glasses represent intelligence as well as authority, giving rise to stock characters in popular culture like the brainy geek or the school teacher. Take Sarah Palin, who was able to elicit a certain degree of glasses fetishism during her...
American Music Awards</a> ceremony airs live on ABC this Sunday, and will feature performances by such heavy hitters as Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, Selena Gomez, Niall Horan, P!nk, and even Diana Ross. The AMAs are, of course, always wild and unpredictable … but will any of this year’s moments be as memorable as these shockers from the awards show’s history, listed chronologically below? We’ll soon find out." data-reactid="30">The 45th annual...
What the hell is wrong with the men of Vanderpump Rules, a party boat invaded by braindead pirates? I feel like we’re stuck in a Rube Goldberg machine of cheating where they do something stupid, lie about it, get found out, barely assuage the tears of their wronged partners, and then do it all over again so that everyone can pout, complain, wail, and drown their sorrows in a never-ending whirlpool of sadness and regret.First, we must continue to deal with Jax and his dalliance with Faith,...