You’ll need a cold shower yourself when you see Venera’s shower pictorial at SCORELAND.
Venera gets wet in a cool bathroom and must undress and get out of her wet clothing. She must not catch a cold. This shoot is from the May ’13 SCORE, and like any Venera pictorial, her posing skills bring tears to the eyes, whether it’s a hanging shot or a super-flexible spread pose.
I guess the odds of Venera becoming an American citizen are long, but a TSG editor can daydream. Then we could photograph her once a month.
The blue bra Venera wears at the beginning of this photo shoot was the prize in September ’12 SCORE’s bra giveaway contest. We have a winner and he is subscriber Mr. B.D. of St. Cloud, Minnesota.
Upon notification of his winning this rare trophy, Mr. B.D wrote: “Are you kidding me? That is totally awesome. I never win anything! I am very thrilled. How do you frame a bra, by the way?”
Venera's rack is a miracle.
There’s a new product hitting the shelves of beauty stores. It’s called “Boob Glue By Dawn Jackson.”
You may be as puzzled by this as I am. From what I’ve read, the glue is applied between or around the underside of the breasts, which are then inserted into the bra to kind of bond them into position.
The CEO of the company claims the glue’s effect will eliminate sagging, jiggling and bulging, underarm bulge, the dreaded “Quadra boob” and other breasty issues that women have to deal with, sometimes with tape or special bra inserts.
She calls it a “Boob Job in a Bottle” and “Your Girl’s Breast Friend.”
I’ll be looking for a video demonstration of this product one of these days because I can’t visualize how it is applied.
Guys don’t have problems like this with their dicks. But if we did, someone might come up with a glue for it. That’s good, old American know-how.
Jacky O gets all sticky.
I have no idea what's holding up Ashley Sage Ellison's tits. She probably wouldn't dare wear this to the Oscars.
“Sleeves and Straps Are Barely There” read the New York Times headline about women’s fashion at the Oscars Sunday night. Wrote some blogger I’ve never heard of, “Starlets went strapless in all colors at last night’s Academy Awards. Jennifer Lawrence wore a white Dior haute couture dress” blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.
Most big-boob girls don't dare wear strapless dresses, but Alexa does.
What the New York Times didn’t tell you is why so many of these “starlets” went strapless and why they were able to go strapless without any fear of a wardrobe malfunction. I am sorry to say this, BUT BIG TITS HAVE BECOME NON-EXISTENT IN HOLLYWOOD.
The art director of SCORE, whose opinion I trust, tells me that TV stars still have big tits, but movie stars have “become so anorexic that their tits disappear.”
Listen, I never thought Jennifer Aniston was stacked, but I never knew she was as flat-chested as she looked Sunday night. When host Seth MacFarlane sang that “We Saw Your Boobs” song, I was looking around like, “Where?” I wasn’t seeing any boobs.
This is, indeed, a tragedy. Once upon a time, many actresses had big tits. These ladies wouldn’t have dared to go strapless in public for two reasons: 1.) the possible wardrobe malfunction; 2.) strapless dresses, shirts and bras minimize, and why would they want to minimize?
All I can say is that the Oscars telecast was totally depressing. Halle Berry doesn’t have huge tits, but she looked like a SCORE Girl compared to her peers. And, no, she didn’t go strapless. She needed something to hold up those puppies.
Love those whoppers. Anjii Ross (April '13 V-mag) is back.
My dirty mind could come up with a lot of different suggestions, but none of them are what so many SCORELAND Girls want to try that they have never tried before. It’s a question on the model’s bio sheet.
Anji Ross, who has a fresh pair (as in a photo set and matching video) now showing at SCORELAND, wants to try this.
So does Jazmine, Felicia Clover, Siri, Kristi Maxx, Catt Green and many more.
That thing is…skydiving. Yes, jumping out of an airplane at 12,000 feet and counting on 300 square feet of nylon to land safely.
What do you make of that? That many models are thrill-seekers in search of an adrenaline rush?
By the way, I was packing up Renee Ross’s bra to ship to Mr. D.S. of Norwood, Ohio, the winner of the November ’12 Voluptuous magazine giveaway, and I wondered if Renee’s 44DDD brassiere could be used as a parachute if I had to jump out of an airplane like Daniel Craig to escape a gang of rival men’s magazine editors. Look at this photo. That’s an 18-inch ruler next to it just to give you something to compare it to. I can’t even describe how big her bra is. I hope D.S. gives it the place of honor in his home that it deserves.
Could Renee's bra function as a parachute?