Dirty Filthy Women

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by SlimeyToad, May 14, 2007.

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  1. I've just watched (not for the first time) 'The Descent' - by Neil Marshall, the same director as Dog Soldiers - a film featuring hottie Natalie Mendoza (Hotel Babylon) as one of a group of six lasses who go on a caving expedition that goes Pete Tong when they get attacked by a group of subterranean half human-half animal thingies (bit like Golem for all you LOTR experts).

    Now maybe I am a tad peculiar and in need of professional assistance but the sight of a woman in tight trackie bottoms and a wet, tight vest, battling it away with an ice pick, and getting covered in snot and blood in the process doesn't half develop a rumbling in my groin that can only be relieved by a visit to the wnak sock.

    http://www.thedescentthemovie.co.uk/wallpaper/index.html

    Is it just me or is this a healthy variation on the 'women with guns' theme?
     
  2. If you want a Dirty Filthy Women......plenty in Oxford......at the "clap clinic"......all suckers get a free ticket!!!!!
     
  3. They are experienced at going down
     
  4. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    To the hole!!!!! or Holes!!!! or HO'S!!!!!
     
  5. The only blood I want to see is the tide mark around the base of my John Thomas after a Menstrual fcuk!!!
     
  6. I think the morale of the story in Descent is that women should never do anything active without a man in the party. That's how I saw it anyway.
     
  7. What a man!...how about "inverted sex"......best done after limbo training!!!!
     
  8. That Oriental chick was well fit and I did get a hard-on but the claustrophobia of the scenes where they get trapped made it subside rather quickly lol
     
  9. I did put "women" in inverted commas...

    And yes, you are, dwtd :wink:
     
  10. DWTD, Will now self Flagellate... :wink:
     
  11. I thought this was an advert.

    Leaves now with deep sense of frustration.