Monday, December 17, 2007

Moebius stripper.

Note To Self: You know the little trick where you take your bra off without taking off your tee shirt? Don't do that again when you're wearing a long-sleeve tee over a short-sleeve tee or you'll wind up in a tangled mess of Escher-esque non-Euclidean geometry.

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lost that hand of strip poker, did ya? :-P

Prurient Interest

Anonymous said...

I'n curious how the long and short sleeves affect anything unless the bra was being worn between them.

Which would be eccentric.

Tam said...

"unless the bra was being worn between them."

It didn't start out that way, that's for sure.

Anonymous said...

Lemme guess; you tried this after drinking moonshine from a klein bottle.

Mark Alger

GeorgeH said...

I think I'm gonna need an instructional video on that one.

Who is..... Carteach0? said...

I am not often left confused by my own mental picture.....

Congratulations!

Zendo Deb said...

"I think I'm gonna need an instructional video on that one."

You can see the technique done in "Crocodile Dundee 2"

Breda said...

I have yet to meet a man who isn't totally baffled and amazed by this particular feat.

OA said...

"I have yet to meet a man who isn't totally baffled and amazed by this particular feat."

Indeed. Most of us aren't near as stupid as we act, but that trick nets the same result as pulling a quarter out of a two year old's ear.

Jeff said...

Being a guy, I'm all the time falling over while trying to get my underwear off without taking my pants off first! :-)

LabRat said...

Breda: I don't get it either- mine has much better spatial relations skills than I do, and he still seems mesmerized.

Normally, it takes *un*covered boobage to achieve similar results.

Weetabix said...

"Normally, it takes *un*covered boobage to achieve similar results."

What do you think we're imagining as we have that mesmerized & fascinated look?

Stingray said...

Thank you, Weetabix. No matter how many times or ways I explain this, she still remains baffled and amazed at my fascination. Maybe if someone else says it, the explanation will stick.

GeorgeH said...

I know how it's done with one shirt, and yes, like all men, I appreciate it. What I need an instructional video of is how it's NOT done when wearing 2 shirts.qyfdlfz

Squeaky Wheel said...

The only time I ever have trouble taking something off underneath something else is when I tried to remove a hoodie from under a tee shirt...like changing shirts without having to go hide somewhere (marching band nerd!). I've NEVER had trouble of the sort you're talking about. That takes talent, Tam. Congratulations. ;-)

Tam said...

GeorgeH,

If I knew how it happened I wouldn't have wound up with my head in the sleeve of one shirt and most of the bra hanging out the neck hole of the other.

Anonymous said...

My first thought on reading this post was "I'd like to have seen that..."

Will Brown said...

I think I ... well, not actually see sad to say, what happened here. You tried to do this operation all in one go, didn't you?

What you should have done is draw your arms back in from the outer shirt, then do the "bra pull" trick and only then, after making certain the undershirt was properly situated about your torso should you have put your arms back through the appropriate holes in the outer shirt again.

All clear now? If you want, I could come up there and guide you through the steps a few times 'till things are all straightened out?

So to speak.

Anonymous said...

You know over the years I've read a lot of stuff on the internet, but this one was a prize winner and a first. Not vulgar, Not obscene, and completely within the bounds of good tast, but what it did to the imagination is fascinating in a mildly purient sort of way. Thanks.

All The Best,
Frank W. James

Warthog said...

And the video of this is available where?

Gregg said...

"And the video of this is available where?"

Hey, that would be a bigger draw than the famous, or infamous, bikini picture....

kbarrett said...

Agreed. This post requires .gifs, at the very least.

Dion said...

"If I knew how it happened I wouldn't have wound up with my head in the sleeve of one shirt and most of the bra hanging out the neck hole of the other."
Sorry Tam, but if I am to beleive, I have to see photo's.

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Dustin said...

"...my head in the sleeve of one shirt and most of the bra hanging out the neck hole of the other."

Much as I'd like to believe otherwise, I'm pretty sure this whole epsiode was much less mesmerizing than the guys have been suggesting. Had to have been funny though.

OA said...

Damn, some of y'all sound lonely.

Lokidude said...

"Squeaky Wheel said...

The only time I ever have trouble taking something off underneath something else is when I tried to remove a hoodie from under a tee shirt...like changing shirts without having to go hide somewhere (marching band nerd!). I've NEVER had trouble of the sort you're talking about. That takes talent, Tam. Congratulations. ;-)"

See, we had a trick in my band. It involved putting the shirt on UNDER the hoodie. Not a modesty thing for me, bein a guy, more about not taking off my jacket when it's really cold outside.

Squeaky Wheel said...

Lokidude -

We had hoodies as part of our marching uniform for winter parades when I was a freshman. When we got back from the Christmas parade in our town, the temperature in the band room was sweltering compared to outside. I'd mastered taking off shirts from under the hoodie at that point, so all I had on was the hoodie itself after we got in the door, but it was still too hot, so I had to take one of the tee shirts I'd had on and change into it in a room full of people. The hood somehow got wrapped around the back of my bra. I'm still not sure how it happened. Needless to say, it wasn't quite the smooth operation I'd imagined it to be.

kbarrett said...

OA said...
Damn, some of y'all sound lonely.

I'm married. But this post still needs .gifs.

Windy Wilson said...

I had a GF who professed to not know the trick when I demonstrated it on her.

I think it's the disengenuous profession of ignnorance that contributed to the Ex-ness of the relationship.

Come to think of it, I had to show her how to use chopsticks, too, and she was a graduate student!