Get the digital version of SCORE’s 20th anniversary before the magazine hits stores. Happy birthday to us!
It’s SCORE magazine’s 20th birthday. The best big-tit magazine on Earth has published a 164-page June 2012 edition, and you can get the digital version direct from us right now before the print magazine hits stores on March 20.
The readers created this edition by voting for their 20 favorite SCORE Girls.
The “20 for 20” SCORE Girls they voted for are: Kerry Marie, Sharday, Chloe Vevrier, Minka, Leanne Crow, Merilyn Sakova, Karina Hart, Janet Jade, Lorna Morgan, Busty Dusty, Christy Marks, Danni Ashe, Nicole Peters, Venera, Linsey Dawn McKenzie, SaRenna Lee, Tiffany Towers, Tawny Peaks, Pandora Peaks and Ines Cudna.
Plus, there are 17 pages of the hottest big-tit hardcore scenes in the magazine’s history, and my “Boob Beat” column looks at 20 years of chasing the girls with the big bras.
We haven’t done a double issue in a long time. Click here to get this special digital pre-release today.
By the way, the print subscribers got this issue in their mailboxes before we got our office copies from the printers. That’s pretty good subscriber service, in my book. I usually get Esquire magazine late with a ripped cover.
Here’s a “Scorecard” letter from a “SCORE lifer” and a friend, D.J. in Texas:
“In 1992, I heard about the upcoming inaugural issue of SCORE magazine in a pack-in from the sales catalogs I was receiving way back then and eagerly awaited the first issue, which I was convinced would be a magazine perfect for my tastes. Indeed, it was. The magazine remains a favorite and a treat with every issue I buy, especially over the past couple of years with the advent of models like Merilyn Sakova, Miosotis, Kristina Milan, Beshine, and my new favorites, Hitomi and especially Venera. From the very beginning, I recognized that I was part of a family that appreciated a certain kind of woman, now known as the SCORE Girl, and remain a proud member of that family. I wish all the other members of the family the very best and look forward to the next 20 years of the best magazine ever.”