Monthly Archives: July 2012
I just love Buffy The Vampire slayer and the whole Whedonwerse so this one just gave me a big bloody orgasm watching, brilliant music and editing…
What a way to celebrate the start of the Olympics wouldn’t you agree…
Lucas was playing football on the beach when he was scouted in Brazil. Obviously muito macho, Lucas has that chiselled jawed, buff body beauty that never completely goes out of fashion. Currently preparing to go to Paris in September, Lucas isn’t afraid to show his softer side – when not strumming his guitar with friends, Lucas knows his way around a kitchen, and believes that all men should know how to make a good meal. But it’s not just cooking that makes a boy this good looking desirable – Lucas’ look is lucrative.
187 cm / 6’1.5″
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Montevideo Models Management
Let’s just say yay for moving pictures
If you like this girl, do look into her youtube and learn some japanese while watching her… Miss Hannah Minx
definitely had to reblog this one, go women…
I agree completely. Curves work on some girls. Not so much on others. Saying curvy girls are “real” women is just a way of making yourself feel better because you don’t look the way you want to look. Most girls look beautiful but don’t have any idea they do.
In fact, if I had three wishes, I would sacrifice my third wish for…well, if I had four wishes, my fourth wish would be to give every woman good self-esteem.
Easy to see why Leanna Decker was Voted Playboy Cybergirl of the year 2012. Hope you enjoy.
As we are getting closer and closer to the opening, even though the lovely ladies football has already started which I’m so happy about. Go Sweden 🙂 Anyhoo, why not have a look at what girls are in London for me to gawk at or stalk, so many ladies so little time. 😀 Hope you enjoy the gallery of gorgeous athletes.
Sally Sparrow- A new drawing by Krysztof Nemeth/ The Pin-Up Art of Krysztof Nemeth. See more of Krysztof’s art at: http://www.facebook.com/KrysztofPinUps
some thoughtfulness, I just love this story and made me think on who I would write to…
Do you ever have those moments where you feel like you are supposed to write a letter to someone? Maybe it’s a get well card for someone battling a nasty illness, a hello message for a friend I haven’t seen in ages, or a thank you card for a helpful neighbor. I get those feelings quite often, but 99% of the time I just ignore them. Maybe I can’t find the right kind of stationery, or if I could, I know I couldn’t find an address and a stamp. I make really good excuses, and those really good notes go unwritten.
About a week ago I again had that feeling after reading the editor’s note in Real Simple magazine. It was about thanking someone for a conversation that changed your life. I immediately had a person in mind, but I began rationalizing that I would never find a way to…
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