Wednesday, August 20, 2014

A Little Person With A Hidden Camera

21 comments:

sandybrook said...

If someone tells me hes doing upskirts Ill watch otherwise nope.

sandybrook said...
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sandybrook said...

Dont need to see the Flushing live and frigging Queens.

Lady Heisenberg said...

This is nearly 7 minutes of voyeur heaven upskirting, sandyboo. You will love it!

MeanieRhysie said...

@LadyH, lololol! Is it really?!

MeanieRhysie said...

Psst...I know it's not. :D

auntliddy said...

The rude stupid shit people say NEVER ceases to amaze me.

sandybrook said...

You cant fool me I know there's no Sanity Clause!

Jessi said...

I watched this the other day. My "favorite" part was the guy asking for a photograph! Are you kidding me?! How freaking rude!

Lady Heisenberg said...

@aunt liddy: That's not a nice thing to say about our friend sandy!

J/K, J/K! (sorry, sandyboo, licky's set up was too perfect)

All Lace no Leather said...

I appreciated the video and it did make me think.

crila16 said...

I guess I never thought about it, because I see little people all the time. There's one on my ferry every morning.

I also see a lot of stupid people. I actually find that more shocking...that there are more stupid people on the planet than little people. Just ask the woman who cut me in line this morning for a cup of coffee. She was stupid.

auntliddy said...

Jessi-ikr?!! Like he's a freak or something but u know what? At least he asked, the people just took the photos without asking.

Sherry said...

Good film. I was always unclear on whether dwarf was a proper term.

auntliddy said...

Crila-so funny u should say that. Was just down by beach foodstand, where a gaggle of oldsters were gumming up the works. First they're walking in random circles, then guy gets in front of us on line. In front of us. We didnt say anything, but lady with him said, u cut the line. What? U cut the line? Huh? The line, u got in front of those people. They werent here when i came. Yes they were. He gets behind us. Look he says to male friend, there are two windows. One for ordering and one for pick up. No. 2 for ordering one for pick up. Huh? Then the two of them started randomly orbiting me like they were my planets moons. Then when ordered, and were all done, he said the dreaded sentence:"I have a coupon. Let me see where it is..." To which the others gave mixed commentary such as what? A coupon for what? Does he have it? Where he get the coupon? Really it cld hv been an snl skit!!

crila16 said...

@ auntliddy...LOL!!! Everyday in NYC is a comedy skit. My favorite is when people stand at the mouth of a subway entrance, looking around as people are trying to go down the stairs and are rushing to get to work. Slamming into them doesn't even affect them.

cornflowerbluezz said...

@Aunt Licky LMAO! You, my Darlin', can tell one helluva funny story! I could totally picture what happened.

Don't ever change, sweet lady. <3

@crila I feel your pain re tourists & subways. I try to be helpful & polite at the start of tourist season (Cherry Blossoms), but by mid-July in the searing heat...let's just say Mr. Bluezz has to check me for sharp objects before I leave the house. LOL

auntliddy said...

Corn and cril, thanks for kind words:)

LowKey said...

Best story ever, auntliddy!

Unknown said...

Sandybrook, normally I like your comments, but this time, NOPE. I'm with auntliddy on this one. Watch the video. If you have any shame, you'll go back and delete your comments. The video is intelligent and thought provoking. The last line resonates with me because it's applicable to anyone. the essence of it is: "What part of someone's day do you want to be?"

All Lace no Leather said...

@Unknown- I found that last line impactful.