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Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 12 months ago #100258

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cpbell0033944 wrote:
Agreed. She's also in my favourite stage of conditioning in that video - offseason but not too "soft" - defined muscles but still enough bodyfat to accentuate curves.

EDIT: F***, just heard her voice - oh dear!


I used to feel the same way after the first time I heard Drorit Kernes speak, unbelievably deep in tone. Then later on I heard Kim Chizevsky, and despite being a far more massive (watch her scene in "The Cell" - Hulk-like is the best description) individual she had a voice that was just the opposite in tone - uncanny so.

Since then I don't let such take away from my personal enjoyment and admiration of buffed chix, which, let's face it, this is just another branch of the FMG fantasy. Accept the reality that the usage of enhancement drugs to push the envelope of hypertrophic development is going to have this kind of effect on some women, on others not at all, or least not all that noticeable.

Next time, just turn the sound off and keep your illusions intact.
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Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 12 months ago #100259

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AlexG wrote:
cpbell0033944 wrote:
Agreed. She's also in my favourite stage of conditioning in that video - offseason but not too "soft" - defined muscles but still enough bodyfat to accentuate curves.

EDIT: F***, just heard her voice - oh dear!


I used to feel the same way after the first time I heard Drorit Kernes speak, unbelievably deep in tone. Then later on I heard Kim Chizevsky, and despite being a far more massive (watch her scene in "The Cell" - Hulk-like is the best description) individual she had a voice that was just the opposite in tone - uncanny so.

Since then I don't let such take away from my personal enjoyment and admiration of buffed chix, which, let's face it, this is just another branch of the FMG fantasy. Accept the reality that the usage of enhancement drugs to push the envelope of hypertrophic development is going to have this kind of effect on some women, on others not at all, or least not all that noticeable.

Next time, just turn the sound off and keep your illusions intact.


Of course, I agree that we all recognise that drugs are a large part of this lifestyle. I think I'll do as you suggest.
When I hear women expressing a fear of weight lifting, what I am really hearing is a fear of being powerful. The social ideal tells women to be hungry, manageable, childlike, not demanding space. -- Krista Scott-Dixon, aka Mistress Krista.

Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 12 months ago #100264

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unusual posing suit but what the heck
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Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 12 months ago #100273

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Her voice IS pretty deep,o cpbell0033944, but trust me I've heard far worst (I seem to recall the worst I ever heard was May Ellen Jerumbo at a contest way back in the early 90s -- voice like Barry White!).

Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 12 months ago #100281

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She did look great in Germany, sucks she lost to Helle, but Helle looked freaking incredible.

I dont think her voice is that deep. I mean I just think its a little deeper than a normal lady's but we couldn't expect a minnie mouse voice.
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Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 11 months ago #100398

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BlackKusanagi wrote:

I dont think her voice is that deep. I mean I just think its a little deeper than a normal lady's but we couldn't expect a minnie mouse voice.


I totally agree with BlackKusanagi on both points
Besides her voice isnt what you should be concerned about,..It's the father of her kids
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Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 11 months ago #100488

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jazztival wrote:
BlackKusanagi wrote:

I dont think her voice is that deep. I mean I just think its a little deeper than a normal lady's but we couldn't expect a minnie mouse voice.


I totally agree with BlackKusanagi on both points
Besides her voice isnt what you should be concerned about,..It's the father of her kids


ROFL!
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Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 11 months ago #100571

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jazztival wrote:
her voice isnt what you should be concerned about,..It's the father of her kids

maybe he isn't the jealous type...
As far as i'm concerned, i'm not: so, I'm not opposed to share her with someone else...

Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 10 months ago #101136

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Skadi's page @ AMG-Lite has been updated.

Link: www.amg-lite.com/skadi_frei-seifert/

Now there's something you don't see everyday. ~ Deep Rising (1998)

I like a good story well told.
That is the reason I am sometimes forced to tell them myself.
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Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 10 months ago #101294

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Now there's something you don't see everyday. ~ Deep Rising (1998)

I like a good story well told.
That is the reason I am sometimes forced to tell them myself.
Mark Twain / Samuel L. Clemens (1907)

Re:Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 9 months ago #101893

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AlexG wrote:
Skadi's page @ AMG-Lite has been updated.

Link: www.amg-lite.com/skadi_frei-seifert/



*THUD*
*Comes to with huge bulge in trousers*
When I hear women expressing a fear of weight lifting, what I am really hearing is a fear of being powerful. The social ideal tells women to be hungry, manageable, childlike, not demanding space. -- Krista Scott-Dixon, aka Mistress Krista.
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Re: Skadi Frei-Seifert 2 years, 9 months ago #102033

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The Blonde Barbizon of Uberbuffedness. . . The Mighty Skadi!

Link: www.musclesensuality.com/index_menu.html

Now there's something you don't see everyday. ~ Deep Rising (1998)

I like a good story well told.
That is the reason I am sometimes forced to tell them myself.
Mark Twain / Samuel L. Clemens (1907)
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