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Friday T&A: Sister Act Edition

by | Mar 8, 2019 | fat girl jihad, Uncategorized | 1 comment

Last week’s Instathot was, without question, a serious contender for the automotive industry’s coveted and prestigious J. D. Powers “Best Airbags” award – along with the somewhat less well-known, but equally prestigious, Most Desperate for Attention award.

The thing is, though, that said Instathot actually has a younger sister, who evidently has opted not to be quite such a massive attention seeker, and as such is considerably nicer to look at, because she actually looks like a woman.

Yeah, I know – we guys actually like looking at real girls. What a concept.

Seeing as it’s International Women’s Day today, I figured we red-blooded men of the world should show our appreciation by pointing out what a really attractive girl looks like, so that all the fuglies and land whales out there can have something to aspire to – and be body-shamed against.

“Female empowerment” is no excuse for looking like a heffalump.

This girl is named Stefani Sommers, and quite unlike her sister, she appears to be pretty much all-natural. (Emphasis here on “appears“. I’ve been wrong about such things before.) And it must be said, she’s really quite cute.

Happy Friday, chaps. Time for a cold beer and, if you’re in a state with a sensible attitude toward guns (i.e. YOU CAN NEVER HAVE TOO MANY), then go put in some range time. I hasten to add that you should do this before drinking, not after, but that’s just for the anti-gun shitheads who crap their pants every time a little kid points a finger pistol their way.

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1 Comment

  1. Anonymous

    Meh. Kinda has a butterface.


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