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28-08-2017, 09:25 PM
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Trying to be gentlemanly

I called to visit a friend of mine whom I shall call Helen. Her young grandchildren had just left leaving the place in a state of happy disorder.

She was tidying up so I offered to help. Helen was wearing a low cut top and I soon realised (without any deliberate observation) that she wasn't wearing a bra.

I did my best to avert my eyes but must confess that I did sneak a couple of peaks and saw That Which I Should Not Have Seen.

Is this shameful behaviour for a gentleman - or am I just human?
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28-08-2017, 09:26 PM
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No you are a peeve .
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28-08-2017, 09:28 PM
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Just a natural instinct in men. I think we all take a sneaky peek when the opportunity avails itself. As long as it's just a sneaky peek and not an out and out gawp there's no harm done (IMO)
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28-08-2017, 09:37 PM
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It's normal human behaviour for a healthy heterosexual male. But it doesn't go unnoticed. Moving from eyes to cleavage and swiftly back again is usually picked up and ignored (but filed away for future reference)! Anyway, maybe she wasn't wearing a bra deliberately. Is this someone single?
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28-08-2017, 09:41 PM
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I'd have just said..

"Instead of teasing me, can I have a proper look!" .........
Gentlemanly like of course.......
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28-08-2017, 09:50 PM
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If Helen knew You were coming to visit perhaps She was just trying to titillate You? ...erm...wot's a peeve?
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28-08-2017, 09:53 PM
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If Helen knew You were coming to visit perhaps She was just trying to titillate You? ...erm...wot's a peeve?
It's that feeling you have when you didn't perve
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28-08-2017, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by venator View Post
I called to visit a friend of mine whom I shall call Helen. Her young grandchildren had just left leaving the place in a state of happy disorder.

She was tidying up so I offered to help. Helen was wearing a low cut top and I soon realised (without any deliberate observation) that she wasn't wearing a bra.

I did my best to avert my eyes but must confess that I did sneak a couple of peaks and saw That Which I Should Not Have Seen.

Is this shameful behaviour for a gentleman - or am I just human?
Ask Pug, he tried to not to be Human, before he cracked one off.
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28-08-2017, 10:05 PM
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It's that feeling you have when you didn't perve
I see....I must say a peever sounds much nicer than a perver dontcha think?
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29-08-2017, 12:12 AM
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I'd have just said..

"Instead of teasing me, can I have a proper look!" .........
Gentlemanly like of course.......
You are obviously a man after my own heart fender.
I have a thing about boobies, and in a gentlemanly way of course, they are the first thing I glance at when looking at a woman for the first time.
Particularly if they ain't wearing a bra!

With some men its eyes, or lips or legs or bums etc etc etc.
With me it's breasts.
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