I have a nice ass. But it's not a bubble butt and I thought I'd buy some padded underwear for work to give me a fuller bottom.
I wear dress pants and a tucked in button up and the butt padding is really giving me a better appearance back there but the material is like spandex or something and my shirt keeps sliding out. You think it's cuz the slick fabric of the underwear that makes the shirt not stay put? Or is the ass too big?
I'm only wearing this at work to have a more professional look so it bothers me that it's causing the shirt to slide out. If it's just cuz the material is too slick then I can just wear a pair of cotton boxer briefs over them.
It's only an issue with work and tucking my shirt in because I won't be wearing this thing outside of this place. No false advertising.
A more professional appearance???
OP is a "Professional Ass", r1
You know, we really wanted to promote Fred to VP of sales, but his ass just isn't very professional
Tuck your shirt into the spandex, genius.
Where do you work and what do you do that a bubble butt is required for "a professional appearance"???
R4, that's gross.
I'm with R1 & R5 - where the hell do you work that butt padding is considered not only necessary but professional? Consider my flabber to be ghasted.
Maybe he works at Datalounge world headquarters?
A big ass will take you far in life.
OP, we will need to see at least one pic of these "butt pads" to make a fair assessment of the situation.
OP = Matt Bomer
Your shirt is rightfully ashamed of your fraudulent cakes and wants nothing to do with them.
This is my question, when you take off your pants for your new guy...how is he going to feel? A bit let down?
Forgive the ad, but great scene from Another Gay Movie.
[quote] This is my question, when you take off your pants for your new guy...how is he going to feel? A bit let down?
Re-read the OP.
Peggy, to the medical supply store. I need some new cheeks.
[quote]I'm with [R1] & [R5] - where the hell do you work that butt padding is considered not only necessary but professional? Consider my flabber to be ghasted.
I can't imagine how anyone is taking OP seriously. The Faux Naive Troll strikes again.
OP, I would've been happy to loan you my "Hubba-Hubba Heinie," which I purchased from the Frederick's of Hollywood catalog.
R17 No, I can actually visualize some of our members doing this and then coming in here, earnestly asking for advice.
[quote]I won't be wearing this thing outside of this place. No false advertising.
So are you going to take them off in the bathroom at the end of each day before you leave the office and carry them out in your briefcase? How about when you go down to the cafeteria for lunch, will you hide them in a hiding place in the men's room?
Sorry, but LMFAO
r22 Don't laugh it all off, or you'll need butt pads too.
"I have a nice ass."
What happens when you fart? Does it get trapped?
LOL @ R25.
This could happen during your interview. Sexy dancing, bouncing bubble butt.
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