Friday, August 30, 2013

By Popular Demand

As I said yesterday, I absolutely hate my ankles in SecondLife, which is the reason I always wear socktops to cover them whenever I am wearing short trousers.

People asked me to show pictures of my fat and weird ankles in the same pose for comparative reasons, so here it is. Please note, that my private parts are covered by a grey sock so don't report this as porn.

P.S. Today (Saturday August 31, 2013) I received a message from Facebook that my photo had been reported for "nudity" or "pornography". I did not need the hassle so I deleted the picture from Facebook. Someone must really get off on socks!

7 comments :

  1. Oh My God... Now what's next, an auction for that tiny sock? Unwashed, of course. *Fans himself trying to go back to the main subject* It's the classic SL glitch BIL, pointy bits here and there and depending on the skin choices it look really terrible. You are not alone :-)

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    1. LOL The sock - unwashed of course - is alas not transferable. ;P

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  2. And that's why I have mesh feet...lol...I despise sl feet and ankles more than anything in the sl world...anything...shudders...Story Long

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  3. Bock that is what everyones feet and ankles look like if you dont have mesh feet. I bought mesh feet for some week ago just to look better down there when I am in a bikini or just bare foot. But I like the picture. Stupid Facebook and there stupid rules...hehe

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  4. You can bludgeon your wife to death and Facebook will leave photos of her bloody, mangled corpse that you posted for twelve hours, but show a little simulated skin and they are on you like sharks.

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    1. Well P D, although I am not a big fan of Facebook we must be fair. I actually deleted the picture on Facebook when I got the automated information that the picture had been reported and before Facebook had reviewed it.

      My friend Eddi Haskell, who is a seasoned veteran at being reported for "nudity" and "pornography", tells me that a review would most likely have lead to no action being taken by Facebook. Next time I will not act so hastily and will instead await the conclusions of Facebook's review.

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