Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Field of Dreams

We here at S.A.F.Y.B.F. are obviously of the opinion that a little nudity between friends can be very therapeutic, but we've just heard from someone who doesn't feel this is a humans-only phenomenon. Judy Fontana of Scarsdale PA writes us to let us know that she's had some interesting results working with members of the bovine community.

"I'm an animal lover and a vegetarian, but I do own a few dairy cows, and it's always on my mind how to make the milking process as innocuous and as productive as possible. One morning it dawned on me what a vulnerable position we were putting our cows in day after day, and I thought, maybe if I showed them that I was willing to be vulnerable, too, it would help them relax and the whole process would be that much easier all around."

Judy also reports that since she instituted this procedure four and a half months ago, average milk yields are up 4.7%. It might not seem like much, but as she says, "For the amount of work I'm doing, it's phenomenal."

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Every Day is a Special Occasion

We here at S.A.F.Y.B.F. have not yet formally published our full mission statement. This is somewhat of a disappointment for us -- not that we have forgotten to publish it, it's just that the full statement runs to over 13 pages and wouldn't fit comfortably in the confines of this forum. It's a shame, too, because that is 13 pages of some of the finest prose it has been my privelege to read, and I just couldn't justify posting a truncated version.

I will, however, let you know that the gist of paragraph 37 is to remind us all that the benefit gained by the showing a friend your boobs is completely irrespective of the condition of those boobs. Old or young, big or small, au naturel or bluetooth enabled, the joy is found in sharing the journey, not the destination. Obviously, with that in mind, a little thing like the genders of the boob-shower and boob-showee shouldn't matter in the slightest.

In this case, Mitch Redfield of Three Oaks California is letting it all hang out with his friend Julia Sanderson, and you can tell by the looks on their faces that this is the most fun they'll have all day. Thanks, Mitch, for reminding us that the fairer sex need not have a monopoly on the power of positive flashing.