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Bubbling: It’s Not What You Think It Is

Bubbling: It’s Not What You Think It Is
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lottie  

as a mormon lite, suddenly the mormon proclivity towards scrapbooking makes a helluva lot of sense!
growing up would have been so much more fun had i known of this sooner....

09/09/2010

Wow, that sure is creative...

09/09/2010
Bunnie  

I'm from Utah and a recovering Mormon. I haven't heard about the bubbling before. But, if you think that is fucked up...have you heard about "Floating" that those crazy ass Mormons do? Whoa! Now that is some fucked up shit right there. See Urban Dictionary definition #2 for floating. Apparently, they can do this prior to marriage and maintain virginity. Um, yeah.

09/09/2010
theTsaritsa  

That pose with the birthday cake and chicken is super hawt!

09/09/2010
pyromorph  

That first picture of you didn't cover everything. We can still see your pussy.

09/10/2010
Holly B  

Mormons cant look at porn? This explains SO MUCH about Glen Beck .

09/10/2010
A Vapid Blonde  

Jesus, were they zombie dogs? Because that would make some kind of sense at least. Also the first pick is totally a bubble.

09/10/2010
Dave B  

Is there a religion that requires women to wear towels on their heads, with cats sitting on top showing their butts? My "World Religions" class in college didn't get around to that one...

09/10/2010
rtcrita  

I think you should put numbers on the colored bubbles. That way the kids could learn about their colors and numbers, making it an educational tool, and the dads could get their "naughty" fix without the kids suspecting anything. Then, it could be a family thing, which would probably make it more acceptable for the Mormons. The mothers would probably just be checking out your hair and make-up for tips on how-to. A little "sumpin' sumpin' " for everyone!

09/11/2010
Absence of Alternatives  

This is awesome! This is like the visual equivalent of BLEEPing innocent things to make them sound naughty.

09/11/2010
Envy  

Lol it's so funny and so wrong at the same time.

Love the chicken on the shoulder. Was that shopped in, too?

09/12/2010
Patrick D.  

You're doing it all wrong and yes, the mind fills in the blanks (when done properly) quite nicely.

09/12/2010

Wow. That's just crazy. Bubbling and floating. Why not just switch religions?

~Katiedid

09/12/2010
wngdseraph  

My husband was raised mormon but has gotten through that whole "phase". He loves porn as much as the next guy. As much as I love you, I really dont get off on you covered in bubbles. Dont get me wrong, you are a babe and such.....but bubbles.....hmmmm....

09/12/2010
Glitzy  

OMFG..the CAT on your toweled head! I love that. That distracted me more than the stickers I think.

09/20/2010

i am a former mormon and now this moronic trend makes sense. that 's what no sex and masturbation does to you

06/26/2011

Great Bubbling work, it looks EXACTLY the same to me.

10/20/2011

Your awesome! Great bubbling work. Also when you are desperate your desperate lol poor mormons.

05/03/2012
JADE76  

I could never be a morman if that means no more porn! lol

06/12/2013

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