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Topless model makes spectacle?

October 6, 2010

FRANCE-FASHION/

Lamar! The fashion show is about to start, and one of the models is topless!

FRANCE-FASHION/Only the one, Boss? I don’t know what the others were thinking of. I’ll talk to them.

No, Lamar! They’re SUPPOSED to have tops! This isn’t HBO!

Run backstage right away where we keep those, you know, what-do-you-call-ems?

What are you talking about, Boss? You’re hysterical!

You know, those things! Two circles, connected. Please, hurry!

Okay Boss, I figured out what you meant. It’s all taken care of.

Bless you, Lamar. You complete me….

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A model presents a creation by French designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac as part of his Spring/Summer 2011 women’s ready-to-wear collection during Paris Fashion Week October 5, 2010. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

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Ahh well, no white bars here Dave…
Mr.Pilot, think this could be a reason to fly over the pond..;)

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

Nosmo impressed his boss, now the Dark Lord of Hades is gonna sponsor our OE bash! Woo hoo!

Seriously, that model does not look like she even needs those sunglasses to cover her up, or a white bar, or even a swan! I think this is another case of a dude with long hair wearing lipstick!

Posted by iflydaplanes | Report as abusive
 

She’s going to have the weirdest tan – a combo of a farmer’s tan and a sunglasses tan …

Posted by BethyB | Report as abusive
 

Wow Bethy, I haven’t heard the expression “farmer’s tan” for a long, long time.

Posted by rcbasler | Report as abusive
 

I should become a designer. I could make awesome shirts out of legos…

Posted by justK | Report as abusive
 

Her future’s so bright she has to wear shades. She must have a really, really bright future.

Posted by Logrus | Report as abusive
 

Finally a practical garment!
Every cheap knock-off sunglasses seller will be wearing one at the beach next year.
Of course, the hot-dog vendors will probably follow suit.

Posted by Nosmo_King | Report as abusive
 

Lol!! Well said, Spin.. ;)

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

@Shra, ummm not for anything but why would a model who is not aware of the existance of sunscreen be an incentive to cross the pond?

Posted by iflydaplanes | Report as abusive
 

Just this once, I gotta ask — Why?

Posted by AllThatJazz | Report as abusive
 

Well, BG, I’m trapped in the midwest. While Omaha is a reasonably large city, we’re still surrounded by corn fields. The lingo sticks.

Posted by BethyB | Report as abusive
 

It’s a dude..this time I am certain of that. Those sunglasses are see-thru enough to be able to tell and I can tell there is nothing jubbly there.

It’s a duuuuuuuuuuuuude.

Oh and don’t do the adams apple plea…some dudes don’t have ‘em either.

Posted by iflydaplanes | Report as abusive
 

:-|

They get weirder by the second.

Posted by fwd079 | Report as abusive
 

You know Mr.Pilot.. if you see just closely enough, you can see bumps at the right places… so, I think she could be female…
and Spin, you are abs right! Where is Unca, by the way?

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

I still don’t see and I don’t think I can look any closer cause my cow-irkers are giving me a look.

Posted by iflydaplanes | Report as abusive
 

I bet this thread perked up quite a few pairs of balls.

Eyeballs, people! Eyeballs!

Okay, for me maybe it was three balls, but you don’t want to hear about my problems.

Posted by DoctorDoll | Report as abusive
 

Surely Farmers’ Tan finishes lower down the arm?

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