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Is Lucy Pinder still doing that awful "advice" section in one of the lads mags she used to do? I havent read it for ages. I remember her and Michelle Marsh doing a topless shoot together about five years ago which was Marsh's "retirement" shoot. Was pretty decent but Pinder pissed all over Marsh in the fitness stakes in my opinion. The only other lads mag regular of recent years that I found vaguely alluring was Sophie.......shit forgot her surname (well I wasn't really focusing on her surname if I am honest).

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Is Lucy Pinder still doing that awful "advice" section in one of the lads mags she used to do? I havent read it for ages.
I wouldn't know as I don't really read those magazines, (wouldn't be able to buy them either) think I saw it on a website though xD It seems all the sexiest girls are called Lucy. 6eza3udu.jpg
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Sophie Howard was the girls name - I have just spent half an hour scouring Google Images of her. She isn't pretty as some of her contemporaries but she still has a great rack on her and if she tried really, really, really hard she could most definitely have me. The few files I have tried to upload are too large for the site so i will leave you all to search her out at your will - I am sure she won't disappoint.

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Yes that is her. I like her symmetrical breasts (fuck me that makes me sound old) or in laymans terms "I would"! That is assuming she doesn't dress like an over patriotic maniac in real life and keeps union jack clothing just for photoshoots. Or maybe she genuinely is a very proud member of the English Defence League?

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I don't mind big women but that picture is terrible. It just shouts amateur quick snapshot of someones girlfriend round the corner from a picnic area they happened to be walking by when all her clothes fell off. Talk about tits like torpedoes! Post some pro shots Parker.

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satan 59, deal, I have to see skinny girls all the time. MacabreEternal Sorry, I was in a hurry to find an example of the type of girls I like. Will post a pro pic when I can. BTW, the tits are like torpedoes because that's how I like them. As long as they're real there is no such thing as too big for me. Yes, even the droopy pendulous ones, I love them!

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satan 59' date= deal, I have to see skinny girls all the time. MacabreEternal Sorry, I was in a hurry to find an example of the type of girls I like. Will post a pro pic when I can. BTW, the tits are like torpedoes because that's how I like them. As long as they're real there is no such thing as too big for me. Yes, even the droopy pendulous ones, I love them!
Fair play to you then Parker - I think some bigger girls are really pretty, I wouldn't say I have a fetish for them I just don't think they should be excluded from being allowed to get their kits off. I don't get that feeder shit though - men feeding up their women to make them as big as possible because it turns them on. That's some motherfucking weird bullshit there that is.
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Parker, if thats what you like mate, go ahead don't listen to anyone else :) Although I'm sure almost everyone knows my favourite by now... 4a9uny8a.jpg
What is wrong with her face in that pic? She looks like she has just seen her cat get run over outside and come inside in a state of shock and got naked to mourn her loss, in the garage next to a building sack and some shelving with bits of hardware on? Fucking odd place to do a naked photo shoot - I can only assume in the next pic she is mixing cement or looking suggestive with a spade as she looks to make a proper show out of burying her beloved pet?
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What is wrong with her face in that pic? She looks like she has just seen her cat get run over outside and come inside in a state of shock and got naked to mourn her loss, in the garage next to a building sack and some shelving with bits of hardware on? Fucking odd place to do a naked photo shoot - I can only assume in the next pic she is mixing cement or looking suggestive with a spade as she looks to make a proper show out of burying her beloved pet?
I have to agree that it's a strange location, although I never really noticed as I wasn't looking at where she was ;) that was a very funny description of her facial expression! XD
I don't get that feeder shit though - men feeding up their women to make them as big as possible because it turns them on. That's some motherfucking weird bullshit there that is.
really there's a fetish for that?! What the fuck...
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