Express: Strapless and Tasteless

Flashing a little thigh isn’t a crime, but cracking a hip bone to do it may be overkill.

That lady’s something special. That knee begs the question – can something right-angled be wrong? Let us know in the comments.

Thanks Alice. You can see the original on Express.

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  • greennotGreen

    I’m not sure that a PSD – more of a fashion and pose disaster. In order for that pose to work, her left foot would either have to be resting on a stool or step or her tip-toe. And the hideous dress is contributing to the appearance of joint dislocation.

    • RickRussellTX

      I agree, it looks to me like her left foot is on a box with her toes pointed out. That, combined with emaciation, makes her knee look like the suspension joint on a 1985 Jeep Wrangler.

      • Beverly Jenkins

        Haha! Too right.

  • Firenze

    The knee on our right is badly photoshopped. It must hurt to walk on this leg, now.

  • Clint Byrne

    This is a stretch but not a PSD I really get annoyed when you guys post plausible photos, as a photographer this is totally plausible.

  • Doob

    It does not “beg the question”. What it does is raise the question.

    “Begging the question” is a form of logical fallacy in which a statement or claim is assumed to be true without evidence other than the statement or claim itself. When one begs the question, the initial assumption of a statement is treated as already proven without any logic to show why the statement is true in the first place.

    A simple example would be “I think he is unattractive because he is ugly.” The adjective “ugly” does not explain why the subject is “unattractive” — they virtually amount to the same subjective meaning, and the proof is merely a restatement of the premise. The sentence has begged the question.

  • Dan Rezaiekhaligh

    Looks like a pose, you can sketch over her form and bone her out and its al in the right places. Lighting and dress just sem to sap and dof or perspective.