"[READING, Ohio] A busty mannequin used to promote a restaurant was back on
the job Thursday.
" 'Bar Be Q' was placed in front of K.T.'s Barbecue in Reading at about
11:30 a.m. Thursday by her owner, Kenny Tessel. The mannequin was dressed in
a more conservative top instead of the bikini that stirred up controversy
earlier in the week."
They actually have zoning laws prohibiting mannequins in bikinis?
Yeah, but a REAL woman in a bikini would be legal! Evidently.
But, I know what you mean. Several years ago I was driving down a
residential street where the garbage cans were set out on the curb for
pickup. Sticking out of one can were two legs from what turned out to be a
The first thought I had was "Someone has thrown away a perfectly good
I slowed to investigate and, sure enough, it was the better half of a fake
In the town of Cedar City, Utah, there is a mannequin on the main street of
town in front of a clothing store, firmly anchored permanently to the
concrete. Every day, the mannequin is stylishly dressed. I used the
opportunity to set up a tripod and take a shot from the back. With my hand
holding a handful of buttocks. The picture is in my pool room. Everyone
who sees it and knows where the mannequin is laughs. No faces are shown to
protect the innocent.
I would have named her "Barbie Cue". Putting a "face" on the
He missed his chance in January to christen her "The in-awe
girl, putting the rack in Ba-rack". Oh, well.
Poor thing looks pretty chilly at that zoning board meeting.
"I suspect you\'re an arrogant little pissant who grew up in the
Red Bull generation." - CJW
Couple of years ago there was a tanning parlor in downtown Gilbert AZ.
To attract attention, and customers, they used to have a young man
standing on a pedastal out front, wearing Speedos. After a few weeks
of that, somebody found a zoning law to shut him down.
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