Another year of sexy
My, how time flies. One minute you're packing up your Christmas decorations, the next thing you know there are supermodel breasts plastered all over the news which can only mean that the Victoria's Secret Fashion show has chalked up another year of sexy.
No matter what they tell you about appreciating the diversity of female bodies, Victoria's Secret lingerie is not for everyone and it IS your fault for having a realistic body type. Mexican singer Thalia shows us the ideal body shape for women wishing to walk into a Victoria's Secret boutique.
This show was special because it represents one of Tyra Banks' final appearances before she retires from the runway. What a way to bow out by hamming it up like a deranged flair-covered court jester. Not fierce, not fierce at all.
Karolina Kurkova displayed the fitted military look that has been so prevalent this season.
Heidi Klum chose to remind us with big flashing lights how Henry Gunther Ademola Dashtu Samuel entered this world.
Naomi Campbell decided to trumpet her own arrival, then proceed to bludgeon the nearest person to a bloody pulp with the said trumpet.
In addition to the usual extravagantly bejewelled bra, there were also inventive designs such as the pubic heart ribbon and the vagina cravat.
November is really shaping up to be a scantily clad month isn't it? In addition to Miss Playboy Latin America and the Warm Biz bra, there has also been this.
Sometimes you just need to lie back and let the accompanying news caption do all of the work:
A model parades in front of street children, some of whom are sniffing glue, in the drug-infested 'Barrio Triste' (Sad Neighborhood) in downtown Medellin in Colombia November 7, 2005. The event was organised to entertain the children by a member of a local charity that helps children in Barrio Triste by providing food, clothes and cleaning facilities.
I have nothing to add whatsoever.
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