Ray of GA sent me a photo of a nip slip that he took over the past weekend using his cell phone. I’m glad I opened it, given how much boobage there is support of her nipple. He said he was in the parking lot outside of the gym when he noticed her walking toward her car and he could see them bouncing enough to know she was not wearing a bra. Her hair was wet, and his best guess is that she was just going to drive home and only put on her tank top and carry her jacket with her gym bag. (After seeing the photo, I’m amazed he noticed what she was carrying!) Her top was loose and dangling, so Ray reached for his phone and got it camera ready.
Sure enough, he reports, as she was leaning over and fumbling for her keys, out came a nipple, and he got the photo from about 15 feet away. Since it was outside, the click of his taking the photo could not be heard. He said that she realized that she may have popped out, and then looked in his direction. By then, he already had taken the photo and when he saw her start to look up he brought the phone toward his ear as if answering a call. She then got into her car, having adjusted her tank top, and drove off.
Let’s analyze what Ray did so that others can learn from his experience, using my nearly 40 years of checking out babe after babe no matter where I’m at.
First, Ray gets a good grade from me for being “on alert” outside of the gym. Granted, because I travel a lot for my real job, I have a membership with a gym with multiple locations (and some reciprocal) around the country. Of course, when traveling I try to go to visit the gym location nearest to either a college campus or where the residential demographics are younger in hopes of more younger babes being there.
Briefly, I’ll comment that most babes are too covered while working out and/or wearing under garments. Thus, when scoping the scene near the various workout machinery, I usually don’t do much better than seeing some nipple pointing through the shirt because of being wet from sweating. Even the swimming pool doesn’t produce much, as I have noticed that since the babes are only in their swimsuits for a few minutes and it is for exercise, they tend to be very careful about preventing any slippage on top or the bottom.
Back to Ray. Because the inside of gym is not that productive, his noticing the hot babe leaving and not wearing a bra was a definite plus. Normally, I don’t approve of guys taking cell phone photos in that manner, because it could be used as evidence in case something goes wrong. In this instance, he was able to get away with doing that. But he never should have sent that to me (even though I appreciate it).
He showed great instinct to observe that she could come bouncing out, and to be watching her before she got to her car. And him seeing her nipple means he was rewarded for his effort. He could have not been paying attention and missed out, as many guys still do.
I can understand Ray taking that photo, but he (and you) need to understand the risks. Suppose she heard or saw him take that photo. She could have called security or authorities. All they had to do was ask him for the phone (camera), and once they see that photo of her nip slip, he is in trouble. However, if she saw him looking and there was no photo, he wasn’t doing anything wrong. Even if she knows he saw, she was outside and not intending to expose herself. Big difference there!
Another crucial element of Ray "getting away with this" is that it was a parking lot and not a crowded area. Even if there are only a few people around, you need to be aware of this. Keep in mind that in this situation, there could have been another female around who could have seen what Ray did and possibly told the babe or tried to confront Ray, likely before he could send the photo to his e-mail and delete it from his phone.
Yet, had guys been nearby, you still can't always take the chance. You just never know if one of those guys isn't a friend or brother of the babe who wouldn't take kindly to a nip slip photo. If you don't know any guys who are around and that they would be OK with it, keep this possibility in mind.
You have to let your best judgement be your guide instead of your instinct. Sure, I'd love to have photos like the one Ray sent me to better remember these babes and to share with friends. But it isn't worth the risk of being discovered having them.
OK, I'll admit that I have taken a few with my cell phone over the years, and not had any problem. Again, you have to know for sure that you can take it without getting caught. And when I have, I have e-mailed the photo to a "secret" e-mail account I have set up which is different from the ones I usually use. Once I send it, I know to immediately delete it from my phone (both the photos and from "sent"!!). By doing this, if by some chance I am "caught", there is no evidence on my phone nor in either of my primary e-mails (personal and business) for anyone to find. Yet, I still can look at the photos when no one is around, or show them to friends in person (I know not to send them) when the situation permits.
I don't know whether or not Ray did that with the photo he got of the babe's nip slip, so hopefully this advice helps him and others for the future.
But remember, it's not about getting the photo. It's about seeing, in Ray's instance, the nip slip.
Nice job, Ray, for seizing the opportunity!