Ben Hinman wrote: haha no lets not turn this into a contest generally when people do something they have a good reason for it. I saw your earlier post, which is why i wondered why this meant so much to you
Lorayne York wrote: I call my boobs: Tits/tiny mounds.
I call my crotch: Va-Gi-Na... making sure to make it the longest word possible.
I call the inside of my Vagina: the pink shit... for example "make sure my pink shit doesnt show"
and i call my nipples: Nips.
but... i kinda dont care about being politically correct.. i tend to be gassy on shoots and i fart a lot in the nude.. or belch.. but it makes me less bloated. soo yay!
At least the gaz keeps them "touchy" kinda shooters at arms length . . . I'm old as dirt, so I guess me callin' "tits", tits, and "asses", butts, and "vaginas", crotches is okay . . . if I'm shooting with llamas I've shot with a few times, or ones that are comfortable in their skin, it never seems to be an issue . . . no codes, jest angle yer tit THAT way, aim your ass towards the lens a little, so your butt crack shows jest a bit, close your legs some, so I can't see your tonsils . . . things seem to get pretty relaxed fairly quickly . . .
_Rei_ wrote: I refer to my various parts differently depending on the company I happen to be in at the time (for example, things get pretty un-repeatable if I'm hanging out with my friends). So, I don't have standard labels for my bits. Except perhaps for the generic term "bits".
I actually don't mind what labels photographers use in order to direct, so long as it's a term I'm familiar with, so I don't get confused and start wondering what a "monchichi" is and how I'm suppose to move it to the left. Say boobs, breasts, nipples, ladyparts, ladygarden, punani, snatch, butt, ass, whatever - just try not to stammer too much when you do.
The only rule I have is that if you're going to tell me I have great tits, I'd prefer you have a British accent. It just sounds better that way.
You have great tits luv . . . typed using a British accent . . .
Depends on who I am talking to and how well I know them. Usually "lady bits" or "girlie bits" or "pubic area." It sounds pretty and relatively non-offensive and most people are comfortable with those terms (at least from my experience).