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These belong to the girl who placed No. 18 in our "20 for 20" voting. The action continues today at SCORELAND.
So the “20 for 20” celebration continues today at SCORELAND with the announcement of our 18th-best SCORE Girl of all-time as voted by SCORELAND members, and I can tell you a few things about this girl:
1. Initials N.F.
2. Tits get bigger every time we hook up with her, which is impressive since she’s 100% natural.
3. She’s the first of several girls who didn’t make it into the Top 20 named by magazine readers but did make it into the Top 20 as voted by website members. What does that mean? Hey, you tell me!
Also continuing today (and tomorrow, too) is the daily gift-pack trivia contest in which members have a chance to win a limited-edition 20th anniversary cap and shirt, among other goodies, and let me tell you something: I’m surprised. When Elliot and I first thought up the questions, we wondered, “Are they too easy?” Well, the answer is a big, gigantic NO!
The way it works is, each day, we present three SCORE-related trivia questions. Answer all three correctly and you get entered into a random drawing for one of 20 gift packs. Well, so far, I’d say about 10% of contest entrants have answered all three questions correctly.
On Day One, the answer that tripped up most people was, “How many times did the Boob Cruise sail?” The correct answer was five, but almost everybody answered six. Surprisingly, most people correctly answered the one about the real-life farmer’s daughter who grew up working on a hops farm. The answer is Kaytee Carter, and when Elliot devised that question, I said to him, “Nobody’s going to get that right.” But almost everybody did.
On Day Two, almost everybody knew that Lorna Morgan poured heavy cream over her body in Key Largo, Florida, but a lot of people thought Chloe Vevrier’s first SCORE shoot was in London, England (it was actually in Eleuthera, the Bahamas), and not a lot of people knew that Lisa Lipps had brought her own stud to a SCORE hardcore shoot.
Well, I’m glad the questions haven’t been too easy. That makes it more fun. I’m not sure which of today’s questions will stump readers. There’s one about whose first XXX scene was a threesome, then there’s one about Autumn-Jade’s growth spurt and another about Tawny Peaks.
All I can say is that those gift-packs are going to be well-earned, and if you happen to win one, wear that cap and shirt proudly. In my opinion, you’re the big-boob world equal of any Jeopardy champion.
The Day 2 winner was A.E.W. of Silver Spring, Maryland. Congratulations!
August '12 SCORE
Every year since 2007, the August edition of SCORE has gone swimsuit-happy. Whether the girls are wearing extreme bikinis or dental-floss monokinis, you can bet that this delicate beachwear is strained, stressed and stretched to the ripping point when worn on the stacked body of a SCORE Girl.
This year’s shapely swimsuit sirens are:
Michelle Bond and Leanne Crow side-by-side in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Get your copy now at your favorite store or visit eBoobStore. If you’ve gone digital for computers or tablets, the August ’12 SCORE in digital magazine format contains five embedded streaming videos.
Here’s a look back at the past five years of SCORE‘s swimsuit issues!
August '07 SCORE
August '08 SCORE
August '09 SCORE
August '10 SCORE
August '11 SCORE
In the ’90s, print distributors and retailers began inserting mens magazines into sealed, plastic polybags. They’re opaque and only transparent at the top where the title is printed and at the bottom for the bar code. This was started for a number of reasons.
They keep those rude and naughty covers discreetly concealed from irritating juvenile delinquents and old ladies with blue hair and the noses to match.
The bag also keeps the magazine clean. It can contain the DVD bonus without the printer having to bind the disc to the magazine. They also guarantee privacy for subscribers so that a mailman can’t read a magazine first before the reader does.
Those bags can also keep an adult mag rack section from becoming a public library. I’ve heard many an exasperated clerk tell a lingering browser to either buy a mag or put it back on the shelf. I’ve heard it myself a few times when I selfishly went overtime checking out the latest magazines. However, many adult stores crack open one copy of a title so the customers can check out the contents.
Some store employees don’t like polybagged magazines, whether they’re adult or not. Bagged magazines can be hard to scan. They’re difficult to stack on the racks. They’re more labor-intensive to return because the cover must be torn off before any unsold copies are returned to the distributors for credit.
Although the bags are an established fact of print magazine publishing now, TSG still believes that a cover should be created with the highest quality in mind, even though many readers will never see it until they get home. So we spend the time to do that, down to the colors, the cover girl and the cover shot.
I’ve posted 12 TSG magazine covers from the last four years.
What I want to know is, what is your favorite cover and why?
What attracted you to that cover the most? Was it the main girl? The smaller photos? A headline?
What makes a great cover?
What makes a weak cover?
Write your comments below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I think that covers it!
October ’10 Voluptuous
March ’11 SCORE
April ’09 Voluptuous
July ’08 SCORE
February ’10 Voluptuous
December ’11 SCORE
November ’08 SCORE
January ’11 SCORE
January ’09 Voluptuous
Holiday ’08 Voluptuous
January ’09 SCORE
July ’09 SCORE
July '12 Voluptuous magazine: get it in print or in digital.
Here is a pairing of two future legends in the new July ’12 issue of Voluptuous magazine.
I think of the great V-mag duos over the years such as:
Linsey and Chloe
Jessica Turner and Lorna Morgan
Kerry Marie and Cassandra
Cherry Brady and Brandy Talore
Autumn-Jade and Sierra
Annie Swanson and Lilith
Sammy Black and Jenny Hill
Kelly Kay and Bozena
This one-on-one of Natalie and Micky belongs in that league of all-stars.
And featured in this edition:
Ashley Sage Ellison
Get it in print or get it in digital. Just get it and have a blast.
Is that a boobtastic cover of Micky and Natalie or not?
Can’t find V-mag at your local newsstand? Let us know and we’ll check it out.
Glen S. sends us his artwork of three famed Voluptuous and SCORE Girls plus one model who only posed for three layouts–and only in photos, no videos–then became part of the passing parade of stacked girls.
Glen writes: “I’ve been meaning to give it in earlier, but I got sidetracked. These are a couple of images of some my favorite girls. I enjoy doing this artwork and I appreciate you showcasing other readers’ work as well. Always a pleasure to see. I like H.D.’s stuff from Germany. He’s got a nice, easy style.”
I didn’t think anyone remembered Tori well enough to create and send an illustration of her. No one has mentioned Tori in a decade. But she definitely made an impression on Glen over 10 years later.
Tori has great, pancake-sized areolae, and, at that time, a genuine girl-next-door look. She was living in Arizona in late 1998 when a SCORE Group contributing photographer met her.
I like the addition of the Union Jack in Nicole’s picture. Nicole’s a painter herself, and I think she’d appreciate Glen’s take.
Thank you, Glen!
Tori in April ’99 V-mag.
Natasha's back. And showing her back. Because she also has back besides boobs.
The other day, I read a news item about celebrities who had worked at McDonald’s at some point in their lives. Some of the names mentioned were singer Shania Twain, actress Sharon Stone and TV host Star Jones. I’m trying to visualize Sharon Stone in her famous scene from Basic Instinct as a McDonald’s drive-through girl. It would be a good comedy skit.
Whenever I see those famous golden arches, I don’t think of burgers. I see a pair of big breasts from a bird’s-eye point-of-view or a girl lying down, her boobs pointing at the ceiling.
Sadly, one of our own celebrities at SCORELAND was not mentioned in the article. Talk about neglect!
Natasha used to work at McDonald’s. But then an issue arose about those degrading paper hats they have the employees wear. As Natasha remembered it last year when she debuted at SCORELAND, she didn’t wear her hat at the job and the female manager “just told me to go home, and at that time, my car was in the shop so my parents had to drop me off at work. Well, that happened like 10 minutes after, so my mom got really mad, and then my dad ended up picking me up, and he cussed out the store manager, and then she fired me for it.”
So Natasha became an exotic dancer instead of climbing the corporate ladder to become an assistant manager. Then she tried modeling and liked it.
Their loss is SCORELAND‘s gain. There is a fairness in life sometimes.
I bring all this up because Natasha is back with a new XXX scene, “La Dulce Vida,” something I’ve been eagerly hoping and waiting over a year for. And I’m lovin’ it. You will, too.
The new SCORE Model of the Year winner!
This time, Natasha is decked out in old-school men’s magazine garb. The black stockings, the garters, the bra and panties…the works. The only accessory that’s missing is a sexy paper hat. Welcome back, Natasha.
Ya want fries with that?
Also at SCORELAND is this fresh pictorial of the new SCORE Model of the Year Kelly Christiansen. It’s a well-deserved win! Kelly never ceases to stagger everyone in her path. She has it all. The SCORE Man’s dream wife. Every SCORE Man should have one.
“I’m just very flattered,” Kelly said. “That’s the first thing that comes to mind. Flattered, surprised, shocked, wow! What else can I say? It’s great. Thank you so much!”
Being a SCORE Girl has helped Kelly’s self-confidence. “I think I said that was one of the reasons I got into this, that I wanted to boost my confidence. It worked! I’m definitely not as shy as I used to be. That’s definitely a good thing for me.”
Congratulations, Kelly! Hope to see you back again soon.
Now at your favorite rack
It’s here. 20 years in the making. The June 2012 SCORE is now hot off the printing press. Celebrating two decades of bringing big boobs to the world. Get your copy today at your favorite store, or get it direct from eBoobStore.com.
It’s also available in a digital version for reading on tablets.
I like new tech, but it’s only a means to an end, and that end is the love of big tits.
LA Bust was the covergirl of the first issue, June 1992
Veteran subscriber Delmo writes “Scorecard”:
“Twenty years already? Time flies when you’re having fun perusing the best big-boob mag on the market. I remember buying the second issue on the stands in 1992 and was hooked. Here was a newcomer to the big-boob scene that could compete with, and beat, Gent, D-Cup, Hustler’s Busty Beauties, etc.! Being a completist, I quickly tracked down the first issue, and, with the help of subscribing a number of years ago, I have the whole run of SCORE to date. I even have a handful of the short-lived UK version, TEASE. Congratulations on reaching this impressive milestone, and may you have 20 more years. I know I’ll still be buying.”
Where's the chick popping out of the cake? We deserve one!
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.”
A small amount of Boob Cruise 2K issues were just discovered.
The warehouse men were organizing some shelves when one of them found a dusty box tucked away in a forgotten corner high up on a shelf out of sight.
He opened it to find pristine, mint-condition copies of the long-sold out Holiday 2000 SCORE.
This was the Boob Cruise 2000 issue, the chronicle of the fifth and final SCORE sailing, this time on the Windjammer ship, The Legacy, in April, 2000. The ship sailed out of St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands and on to such islands as St. Croix, Jost Van Dyke and Sandy Cay.
What a group of passengers! Linsey Dawn McKenzie, Jessica Turner, Lorna Morgan, Maxi Mounds, Donita, Ariana, Adina, Jessica Justice, Windy Leigh, Melody Foxxe, Tanya Danielle, Dawn Stone, Casey James, Brittany Love and Minka all on one very cool sailing ship. Joining them was Alyssa Alps. Alyssa wrote the ship’s log for the magazine that year.
I was on that ship. My associate E. and I had the job of recording the daily activities on-board and on the islands we visited. He and I didn’t sleep much that week. But sleep could wait until our return to the States. Every day, we would photograph what the girls were up to, day and night, and write the logs, then beam it at night to the SCORE building in Miami.
We had a portable satellite dish that we’d set up on various parts of the ship depending on the time and weather conditions. It was an experiment in the unknown. We didn’t know if it would work, but it did. Every day, SCORELAND members would log in and see the latest pictures and read about what was going on that day. We couldn’t transmit video from the ship, but back then, posted videos on the Net were one-minute clips. Anyone reading this remember the early days of the Web?
That week is still archived at SCORELAND in the “Galleries” section.
Anyway, that 164-page Holiday 2000 SCORE was the most highly anticipated edition of 2000, and when it hit the stores, it had the biggest “sell-through” ever of any SCORE mag. It has full layouts of all of the girls, lots of candid pictures of all of the activities on deck and on the islands and, of course, there’s Alyssa’s daily log of life in the Caribbean with an army of naked SCORE Girls. Double-A was the longtime “On The Road” columnist at SCORE, and she was the perfect scribe for this job.
If you never owned this issue, get one now while we have them. I thought all the copies were long gone, cleaned-out.
I have a copy at home wrapped in plastic and untouched since 2000.
I’ve seen this issue selling at used-magazine websites for 22 bucks.
We’re selling it for $10 postpaid, an unbeatable price.
About to leave for the airport to St. Thomas, USVI.
The wild scene at Miami International Airport.
The contest issue is here
Now at your favorite store and at eBoobStore.com, the May ’12 edition of SCORE stars the winners of the four model contests as voted by readers and website members.
Get yours today.
Congratulations to all of the winners.
This erection year was a particularly hard one with stiff decisions to be made. Many voters found themselves rigid at the polls, but, as always, only one girl could be the winner in each contest.
Drum roll, please.
The winners are:
Kelly Christiansen: Model of the Year
Valory Irene: Newcomer of the Year
Angela White: Our first Hardcore Performer of the Year
Autumn-Jade: Big-Boob Hall of Fame
And pictorials of:
Karla James-1st Runner-up MOY
Miosotis-2nd Runner-up MOY
Eva Notty-3rd Runner-up MOY
Venera-1st Runner-up NOY
Leanne Crow-2nd Runner-up NOY
Beshine-3rd Runner-up NOY
Next month: SCORE's 20th Anniversary 164-page edition