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  1. Drake1 Nightfire wrote: so then THIS would be the skin. Must be, you found it better than I did. :smileyhappy: I wonder if she got it?
  2. Innula Zenovka wrote: People make them and sell already, as a search of the marketplace will verify. Movie trivia of the day: one of Peter Sellers' roles in Dr Strangelove is the US President, Merkin Muffley. Thanks for the info about them being on Marketplace and the Merkin Muffley character, that made me lmao so thanks for that too. The writers must have had a field day with that one :matte-motes-big-grin-wink:
  3. Maggie Twine wrote: I've seen the skin recently again, but the avatar wearing it wasn't willing to tell me where the skin is from. I've seen the skin before, and I am guessing it was the same one. I'd describe it as a tall caucasian female, relatively muscular with well formed calves, bigger breasts with huge pink areoals, tan lines (although not sure if that was a part of the skin) and thick dark pubic hair, showing pink labia. I know, tall is not a question of skin but both females I've seen looked relatively tall, and the skin gave them sort of "mature and proud about it" look. I am guessing the naughty bits and the pubic hair was a part of that skin, as both avatars looked similar - unless she was an alt. Any hints appreciated. I've spent hours on Marketplace, eyes sore, but can't find it. Huge thanks and sweet kisses, Maggie https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Vitruvian-Shapes-Amazon-6183cm/2549391 Perhaps this is what you seek? Take note of the skin at the bottom of the listing ... " The skin used by the vendor model is "Bronze Bodybuilding" by ::: Coca & Wolf ::: "
  4. Dilbert Dilweg wrote: You're merkin me laugh lol :matte-motes-big-grin: Just wondering and waiting to see if anyone will build them inworld, after all Christmas is coming :matte-motes-evil-invert:
  5. Came across this interesting word while inworld and couldn't help but look it up. And who says the 18th century is boring =P Merkin as a definition ..... http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=merkin
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