Category Archives: Innuendo

26 filthy pictures–#SUNDAYPIXinnuendo so far

Bq1Ny1CIUAASJ-eYou dirty minded lot. It’s halfway through Sunday and we’ve already had twenty-six dodgy pics. Have you seen them all? Mind you, that @bilbobaggins2k is the worst. I mean look!

I did consider breaking them down into categories, but then where would you put Alex’s hairy purple thing?

Sausage fest @JustJimWillDo
Fondling a knob @NicolaCubes
A massive knob @bilbobaggins2k
Nice buns @bilbobaggins2k
A bare bottom @bilbobaggins2k
Balls @bilbobaggins2k
A massive erection @bilbobaggins2k
My pussy @louisehector
Massive cock @bilbobaggins2k
Fanny magnet @bilbobaggins2k
Balls @SMP1972
Pussy @sjcoltrane
Damp bell end @bilbobaggins2k
Mushroom knob @bilbobaggins2k
Westminster willies @bilbobaggins2k
Victorian boobies @bilbobaggins2k
Dirty seaman @bilbobaggins2k
A big wank @bilbobaggins2k
My salty canyon @ananizapta
My hairy pussy @basdriver
Jugs in hand @secretstef
Tasty sausage @gaiamojo
Cock @gaiamojo
A juicy hole @leontia2001
Hairy purple thing @alexbrightsmith
A cock in my bush @flylilypad
   
   
   

Innuendo (#SUNDAYPIX 16th Nov)

CockWho better than @captain_doodle, international man of mystery, to inspire this week’s theme? Your #SUNDAYPIX theme for 16th November, one that he suggested for our poll the other day, is

 

Innuendo

 

Take photographs of knobs, knockers, plums or any other thing who’s name might lend itself to double-meaning. Or you could A gravestone in Deadwood, SDpost a picture of an item simply because of its shape, or even suggest dodgy phrases such as ‘prick my sausage’, ‘a large organ’, or perhaps my favourite ‘muffin munching’. Post your pics to Twitter on Sunday (including the hashtag #sundaypixinnuendo in your tweet) and see how many people throw up their hands in horror. As ever, photographs must be yours (or your family’s or your secret lover’s) – nowt just nicked off the internet. Yes, you can post an old pic you’ve previously taken, or even one from your family history. Follow the hashtag (click on it in any tweet or add a column to your app) on Sunday to see what others have made of the theme. You are encouraged, nay ordered, to comment on other Sundaypickers’ tweets and snigger.

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