Greetings, and welcome to Big Boob Friday. I am your host for today, as is my wont.
Your musical selection for the day as per usual will open in another window, here.
Bonus gif…get a haircut Hank!
Your model for the day was born in Ashland, Kentucky on August 31st, 1991. This of course puts her over the legal limit to grace these hollowed pages, but may raise the ire of a few of our more delicately constructed Hostages. Fear not, I have it on good authority that she is a good person, has a heart of gold, and all the proceeds from her tasteful naked pictures are donated to worthy causes.
She stands 5’4″ at 110 lbs, and measures in at 34DD-24-35. Please stop recording your promos and liners to give a warm welcome to Leanna Decker!
It’s time!!!! The knockers are locked and loaded, the ripple is on ice, and the Jergens is laid out next to the tissues. For today’s installment of Titipalooza we’ll be featuring a model from the far off country of Checkland. She has an award winning smile, a PhD in aeronautical engineering, and once saved a baby rhino from being mauled by a Ted Cruz (SYWIDT?). She also has big fat sweater puppies, but honestly, it was her education that pushed her to the top of the BBF Titty Formulator Machine™. We prize a great mind here, don’t we? Please welcum Connie Iforgerherlastnameov!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Todays’ musical interlude is presented without comment because this song speaks for itself, assface.
This is the ‘short limo’. I assume this is Biden’s.
The larger one is called the ‘Beast’ and has to be driven up the ramp at a 45 degree angle due to the long wheel base.
It’s time to push that down and load up on some extra special video.
I saw this commercial the other day…
…and I thought to myself, “Self, doesn’t that look awfully familiar?” Continue reading
My parents didn’t get to have the kind of fun that my generation is having with all of the new media. Instead of getting newspaper articles in the mail (for our kids to roll their eyes at, then throw away), we can instantly send them well-meaning articles and then pat ourselves on the back for having done our job. Our kids, of course, just delete those posts without reading them, but the important thing is WE TRIED.
It’s fun to see what great senses of humor our kids have – DD#3 sent me this the other day: