The Ultimate Unified "Find Your Tips and Tangents Here" Thread

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Craig, as a suggestion, when using search functions, either here or on the internet generally, use the absolute minimum of significant terms, and never use plurals.

You can always refine your search later, but structuring a complex query is almost an art form.
I'll simply choose not to respond to this, as it assumes I am a moron, which I am not.
 
Gosh... sorry but that seems a little unnecessarily c@mel-toe-ish :rolleyes:
I have to admit I didn't even notice, but it is a statue near a public beach access. I can remove it if it makes people uncomfortable, there was no intent for anything here.

I wonder if people have the same reaction to classic Greek statues which are anatomically correct?
 
I have to admit I didn't even notice, but it is a statue near a public beach access. I can remove it if it makes people uncomfortable, there was no intent for anything here.

I wonder if people have the same reaction to classic Greek statues which are anatomically correct?
Greek statues (nudes) are perfectly fine because they are nudes. This is a dressed figure but most ladies on the beach do not 'show' like that.
It was only an observation on my part and from several other "Hmmmm" reactions, I guess others noticed it as well. In the name of 'art' anything goes.
It doesn't make me specifically uncomfortable - but it did rather jump out at me
 
I have to admit I didn't even notice, but it is a statue near a public beach access. I can remove it if it makes people uncomfortable, there was no intent for anything here.

I wonder if people have the same reaction to classic Greek statues which are anatomically correct?
I genuinely don't think there is any sensitivity to it. It's just an odd thing to see on a statue.

And yes, I've posted my share of pictures of Greek statues here, with everything out on display...
 
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