Colorado. Runner. Yogi. Fucking hilarious, like, 17% of the time.

You've seen it. I've seen it. We've all seen it and and we're all shocked by its origins, right? should-you-catcall-her

Playboy knocking it out of the park.

It's still objectifying. I could definitely live without the silhouettes at the top, for example, and some of the statements could have been worded differently. (For the 'banging booty' one, insert 'are there parts of her body that you find are of a shape that traditionally appeals to the male gaze ...' ok, yeah, not catchy). And for the sexually frustrated one, the answers give the two choices as 'no because am having sex' or 'yes am a harasser', when there is in fact a perfectly good third option which is no I am not currently having sex but I will still not be aiming my sex wants at strangers.

Small complaints.

My absolute favorite part, though, is the verging-on confusion that comes across in the answers in the respectful, appropriate path. In the 'is she dressed up real nice' box, the font implies a greasy guy saying 'reeeeeel nice' and possibly making hand gestures at the same time (to me at least), and the appropriate guy is like um I guess? She's probably got a meeting or something? Cracks me up.

Whoever's idea this was, love it. Still not going to the all new and improved (not a playboy link), but, you know, good job, guys. Language of the playboy reader, message of a woman walking down the street just trying to live her life.

well you are a misogynist at heart, so there's no way you would have bet on these girls

just when I thought I was out