Posted by Elliot James on Dec 22, 2011 in Behind the Scenes, Deep Inside Scoreland, Interviews, Letters and comments, New at Scoreland, newcomers, Tits in Tight Tops
Making her official SCORE magazine debut with this Holiday ’11 pictorial and a video, “Living Doll,” that matches the pictorial, is Dolly Delight, a British life-sized doll who claims she used to be a geek, an assertion you might have a difficult time accepting.
Dolly’s also the covergirl of the issue. SCORE has a strong reader base in the UK, so this issue really broke it out for Dolly.
Dolly’s from Bristol. That figures, because “bristols” is Brit slang for tits.
“I was a geek at school, always studying and being a goody-two-shoes and doing the right thing,” explained Dolly, who was photographed in Jamaica. “I was like a geek. But I transformed myself. And now people can’t believe how much I’ve changed. It’s fun to be one thing when people expect something else, especially the people I grew up with. I mean, they see my boobs and my body and they can’t believe I’m the same person.”
I find it hard to believe that this babe was ever a geek. Not with that body and face and those gams. She really kills those tube and tank tops that she likes to wear.
“There sure are a lot of sexy babes coming out of Britain lately. Leanne Crow, Carly Holt and now, Dolly Delight. If this keeps up, I may have to move over to England soon!” messaged SCORELANDER Zach.
Dolly’s pictorial and video go live today at SCORELAND.
Maybe it’s my imagination, but the tube top, one of the most beloved garments among big-boob lovers, seems to be making another comeback.
Allie, one of the editors here, says it’s my imagination, that tube tops never went out of style. Okay, maybe she’s right. Cool and stylish I’m not. But I do spend a lot of time looking at tits, professionally and otherwise, and I’ve been noticing over the past few months (as the weather has warmed up in South Florida) that women are wearing a lot more tube tops. So I clicked on over to Wikipedia, the No. 1 research source of all desperate college students, and found out the following: “[The tube top] reached its highest level of popularity in the late 1970s. It vanished from the scene during the early- and mid-1990s, but later made a major reappearance in the wardrobes of American teenage girls and young American women, especially college-age women, after 2000, and various versions of the style have been popular ever since then.”
Okay, so maybe I’ve been missing something and tube tops have been in style for the past 11 years. But I don’t think so. I think when I notice a boob-related fashion trend, it’s a recent trend. Like I said, I look at tits a lot.
Just to avoid any misunderstanding, let’s define tube top. According to Wikipedia, “a tube top is is a shoulderless, sleeveless ‘tube’ that wraps the torso. Such a top is generally very tight over the breasts in order to prevent the garment from falling. This is usually achieved with elastic bands at the top and bottom of the garment.”A tube top should never be confused with a halter top, which has a strap that wraps around the neck, preventing any possibility of boob spillage, or a tube top one-piece bathing suit, which actually has a bottom that wraps around the crotch, also making boob spillage unlikely.
A proper tube top has no straps and no bottom. When you see a girl wearing a tube top, you have a reaction similar to when you see a suspension bridge: “What’s holding that thing up?” Basically, with a proper tube top, if you walked up to a girl and tugged on the bottom of the garment, her tits would pop out (and you’d get arrested, so don’t do that, although I recall a mainstream movie–I don’t remember which one–in which that happened).
One of the interesting aspects of the tube top is that even though the British call them boob tubes, they actually don’t accentuate the boobs. It’s a well-known fact to us boob lovers that tops with straps accentuate the breasts while tops without straps tend to flatten them.
So, obviously, that’s not why we love tube tops. I love tube tops because of 1.) Like I mentioned, if you tugged on the bottom, the girl’s tits would pop out, and the girl wearing one seems to be asking you to do just that; 2.) They seem so dangerous. I mean, yeah, I read what Wikipedia said, but what’s really keeping the whole thing together? What’s keeping a girl’s tits from popping out right there in public? Have I ever seen that happen? No. Do I continue to hold out hope that it will happen just once in my lifetime? What do you think?
Anyway, despite what Allie says, I think tube tops are back in fashion, and now that the weather is warming up, you’re going to start seeing a lot more of them.
One more thing since we’re discussing fashions from the 1970s: Remember when cameloe was fashionable and women were walking around with their pants halfway up their cunts? Please, oh, please, can we have that style back, too?
Posted by Dave on Feb 8, 2011 in Boob Watch, Cummin Soon, Deep Inside Scoreland, New at Scoreland, swimsuits
Morgan Leigh returns to SCORELAND on Thursday in a pictorial titled, “A Girl For All Seasons,” and I don’t think there’s ever been a more appropriate headline. Morgan, the 2006 SCORE Newcomer of the Year and one of my favorite models ever, is one of those girls who looks great no matter what she wears. You know, it’s one thing for a girl to have a super-slim waist (23 inches) and huge tits (J-cups), and there have been a few girls in SCORE history with waists as tiny and tits as big. But Morgan’s tits are kind of conical and capped with super-pointy nipples, and the combination makes for a rack that looks especially good in clothing.
So here’s my tribute to Morgan, a great bikini girl, a great sweater and tight tops girl. The fact that you just might be able to jack to these photos even though she isn’t showing any nipple might be the best tribute of all.