Face the camera and give a broad smile.Take a good gander at me gals!
I am proud of mine :) Friend me and see why!
I would have a full blown panic attack
Y your just Like the rest of us and you may even be a sexy lady.
i would have a full-blown ****** on your nudes
I'd demand royalties.
depending on what website it was on, I could be turned on!
if it is good, I will press "Like"<br />
if not, I will hack Google
I would try to figure out how someone managed to take a photo like that, and I'd call the police.
I would be turned on
It would depend on who posted it and why. If it was done by a vengeful ex-BF/GF/SO with the intention to embarass, then a simple execution of the offender would suffice. ;-)<br />
If it was a photo that originated with and was initially posted on the Web by the person, KorMan's Law #11 applies: Never post something on the Internet that you don't want the world to know.<br />
A Web fact of life: the so-called anti-copying methods that "protect" images from being stolen and used/abused are worthless. If an image can be viewed on a computer monitor, it can be copied. It is impossible to prevent it.<br />
Keep that in mind when sending or allowing to be sent any nude image of oneself. Like the proverbial elephant, the Net never forgets.
Someone would have a hit out on them. Lmfao, jk. But yeah I wouldn't be a happy camper.
OMG!! I'd faint and call the police
How would you call the police being unconscious?
Someone else who'd soon figure out why I'd fainted look at the pic and call the police and the ambulance
if prompted i would deny it was me<br />
photoshopped...yup, i would blame <br />
it on photoshop.
wouldn't bother me at all i see them all the time...
Lol. Smile. I have a bunch and I mean bunch of pics and probably a dozen or so videos up on the net.
i will hunt that person BIG TIME! and slap that person 10 times with his/her balls or boobs in his/her face.
Been there done that, only it was the feds who showed it too me... Long story.<br />
Over all though I was a little surprised. Guess what they say is true.<br />
A moments foolishness can cause a lifetime of regret. My only hope is that my son never sees it when he gets older.
I would be asking myself, how in the word did they get a photo of me like that? Then I would deny it all the way.
Have a nice chat with the one's who have decided to post it.
Amazed that there was one. I wouldn't really care. I would be confused more than anything.
Damn damn damn!