By Anonymous / Tuesday 27 March 2012 15:54 / Australia - Perth
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  Drigr  |  8

Apparently not, even though my first reaction was wondering what engineering class she was in instead of how hot she is or how big her tits are

  shannonreneee  |  11

125, there is no engineering school in WA. I have seen how male concentrated those courses are at every single university here. The novelty of "the choice of men" would wear off. Poor girl.

  Osito2011  |  9

I don't know! One of those guys might be in to that or curiosity might kick and and everyone might want to take a peek to see if the plumbing has change.

  xStaciexLynnx  |  15

129- I think the kind of guy who holds his shirt up in the mirror and takes a picture of his abs may have been part of creating the camera on phones and he's surely not an intelligent man.

  Vita_1  |  29

129: I'd say that you're even less intelligent if you think that cameras were built into phones just for the purpose of selfies and shirtless pics.

  Sidel  |  11

54: Well of course, if it benefits you. But it's quite annoying when you can't have a normal conversation with a guy without them staring even if you're wearing a big hoodie.

  dazean  |  9

1. Sometimes the climate is warm enough to warrant less coverage
2. Some women are just more comfortable with more showing
3. A lot of guys I've known in my life wouldn't wear shirts if they didn't have to. They're not considered man-whores. Double standards=lame.

  DocBastard  |  38

Redmont, a period followed by 4 question marks is glaringly incorrect, and your last phrase should have been "or at least to write." The comma is also extraneous.

Maybe you should learn some basic grammar before you criticise others.

  iliketofu  |  6

Why is this thumbed down. What I got from his comment is that the one guy, OP's friend, sees her for who she actually is. There was nothing about the rest of the classmates who stare at her boobs.

  Zomg_Okay  |  26

My apologies, 144. I wasn't aware that passing a comment about someone not going off the rails over a grammar mistake, as is so often the case here, qualified as "sucking up".

  MedKits  |  9

He didn't go off the rails anymore than anyone else. Most grammar corrections that I see thumbed down appear to be only the correction followed by an asterisks. Just by word count, those are the most tame corrections.

  desireev  |  17

39- I completely agree with you!
If a woman wants to be treated like a lady and not have guys staring at her boobs all the time, then she needs to dress like one.
A woman can't complain that men always stare at her boobs when her boobs are hanging out of her shirt!
Oh well! Hooray for Boobies!!! :D

  dazean  |  9

62- could not agree more. I myself am large chested, and I generally dress rather conservatively, and many males young and old, of all backgrounds stare. It does not matter if they are covered.

  miss_la_rue  |  6

'IF you're showing cleavage you can't blame them'??? Are you fucking kidding me? YES YOU BLOODY WELL CAN BLAME THEM. These guys are socially inept, but clearly it's the chick's fault for having breasts that you assume are uncovered? You people are a bunch of sexist pigs. The guys and their inability to control their dicks are to blame, NOT the girl that happens to be in a male-dominated field.