Opponents share kiss after match...

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  1. @wright

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  2. SweetladyJoe

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    I'm sure most of you boys across the tennis world will appreciate a little feminine action from these two. LoL[/i]
     
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    I don't see anything??? What ???
     
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    Forgive the young boys, Ivy - their imaginations and hormones sometimes get a little out of whack at recess...
     
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    there was a kiss?
     
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    Women players often exchange a light kiss at the net after a match-i.e. no tongues. If you have EVER seen a WTA match, you would notice this. Why is this particular kiss a "Lesbian" one?
     
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    I think Alan was just kidding. Both women are Europeans, and it's very common in Europe for women to kiss each other on both cheeks when greeting one another. I have European female friends, and when I see them, they greet me that way.

    And as Phil said, you often see female players doing that at the net, even Clijsters and Henin-Hardenne. :D They don't do the barely-shake-hands-and-don't-look-at-each-other- thing that some female players do. I won't name names. :lol:
     
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    This will really rattle your whatevers, boys. It's also very common for European men & women to kiss each other on the cheek, in some countries not once, not twice, but sometimes THREE times, and it is also common to see men in India walking with their arms around each others shoulders. Do a bit of travelling, see the world.
     
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    @wright looks like you have a little bit of wishful thinking going on here...
     
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    Yeah Alan, they look REALLLY into it LOL. There should be a little thought bubble coming from their head reading......Ewwwwww!
     
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    I took a class in college where we learned to analyze photographs, so utilizing that knowledge comes in handy once in awhile. Do any of YOU guys have these kind of credentials? Yeah, that's what I thought.
     
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    No, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night.....
     
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    Well, that just goes to show ya that book learning aint' everything. My physics professor also said that according to the known laws of physics it was impossible for a bumblebee to fly.

    The real question here is if you took (if it even exists) such a course, making a "D" wouldn't exactly qualify one as an expert witness in a court of law now would it?

    :D
     
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    wow, what a disappointing thread.
     
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    Al Awright, b. 1989
    2000; passed Back-of-Matchbook University's 2-week photographic interpretation correspondence course leading toward full accreditation as licensed D-Level Photographic Analyst. (Note: Also awarded bonus "Mini Spy Camera Ring" for being top student in Course).
    2001-Present; Dreams of catching lesbians in the act.
    2003; Committed to State Mental Hospital, Delusional Ward.

    Hopefully, for your sake, you're putting us on. Otherwise, your comment is pretty pathetic.
     
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    Phil, I don't know if I'd call it "putting us on", it's pretty hard to slip anything past you guys, I'd call it more of an attempt to get a laugh out of someone with a similar sense of humor as me, and yes, people like that probably deserve to be committed to the psych ward. BTW, if you ever find anyone with the last name Awright, let me know, because I've never seen that one before, but nice try. What is a "mini-spy" and do they have the same sized camera rings as the rest of us? Nice post, I actually found it pretty funny.
     
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    @wright - You mean you didn't receive a Mini Spy Camera Ring?!? Lies, all lies, everything I've every believed...just...an illusion, sob, sob...Okay, I'll send you one of mine.
     
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    *sobbing* "it's the statue of liberty, you mean it was, nooo, it was Eaaaaaaaaaarth"
     
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    @wright, where did you get that degree?
     
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    Damn, that's woodie-inspiring...gives me an idea for a new postcard.
     
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