Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Yes, I'm Sure the Bells are Jingling

Well, the whole world is on a holiday schedule this week, and we here at S.A.F.Y.B.F. are no different. We're going to post an anonymous contribution this week, and we're going to trust you to attribute the grimaces to the frigid water, and believe that that these intrepid polar bear dippers are reaping all the usual benefits offered by friendly flashing.

Happy Holidays, folks. May all your frostbite be minor.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

We Just Like Saying Double Decker

Another international contribution today, this time from our friends in the UK:

Sarah Worthington of East London sends us this photo of herself, showing how she likes to start her morning by brightening the day of both decks of a double decker bus. We must admit, though, we debated long and hard over showing this picture, from a legality standpoint. We understand the impulse to show your boobs to as many people as possible, but it would be irresponsible of us to ignore the fact in her enthusiasm, Sarah is technically breaking a law here. We discussed it with our crack legal team, and they assured us we were in the clear, but from a moral standpoint, we couldn't in good conscience publish this picture and ignore the downside. Remember, folks, this is important -- when using a motor vehicle, always wear your safety belt.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

It's All About The Endorphins

Ordinarily, we at S.A.F.Y.B.F. tend to focus on the altruistic elements of the friendly flash, and the effects it has on the flashee. It surprises us, honestly, that we have spent so little time exploring the benefits of this exchange to the flasher.

Michael Stanton of Alpaca Kansas sends us this picture, and as you can see by the look on his face, it's hard to believe he's going to have more fun today than he is right now. "It was just a fantastic time," Michael says. "My friend Kaley is a graphic artist who writes on all sorts of different surfaces, and she was shopping for some new markers. However, when we got to the store there was a scratch pad to try them out, but she couldn't decide which brand was right for her when paper was the only thing to test the products on. Well, Kaley's just so talented, I knew I had to help her get what she needed, you know, for art's sake. I was a little nervous, you know, because Kaley and I aren't exactly in the same league looks-wise, but it was just awesome. I'd do it again in a minute."

Good to hear, Michael. We'll help spread the word.