Coming to Get You

Awwww, yeah.

So excited to see Hostage and IB buddies. SOON.

The rest of this shitty post will consist of pleasant pictures. Because it’s gentle on the brain, and that is what we all need on Tuesday.

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That last pic came up randomly in the search for ‘plasant picture.’ I swear.

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Hello milk drinkers and tiara wearers, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

 

 

Your model for today was born October 24th, 1993 in Stillwater, Minnesota, Canada.  She measures 5’9″, 35-24-35.  Please stop lamenting long enough to welcome, Miss Alex Hanson!

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Hello organ grinders and mud slingers, welcome to Big Boob Friday

 

 

You model for today got her start when she was a student at Arizona, with a youtube channel of her hiding different things in her bra.  That action progressed to naked tumblr, naturally.  Born in California on January 30th, 1989.  Standing 5′ 3″ with a set of 34H’s, please put it back and welcome, Miss Winter Pierzina!

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BB&BF

Hello friends, and welcome to Big Boobs and Butt Friday.

 

 

Your subject for today was born in Kaliningrad, Russia on August 3rd, 1995.  She measures 5’9″, 37E-25-41(!).  Please stop oppressing short legged doggies and welcome, Miss Anastasiya Kvitko!

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Hello fellow humans, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

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Your model for today was born in St. Petersburg, Russia on April 7th, 1992.  She stands 5’9″, and measures 35D-25-34 and 115lbs.  Please stop counter-protesting long enough to welcome, Miss Helga Lovekaty!

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Reaping what we sowed since 2009

I’m not sure what she’s growing down there but the solution is in that can.

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Thursday Remembering

Throwing Muses was a band that was around in the 80’s-90’s era with talented musicians but no wide appeal beyond a local following. In other words, they were tailor made for a couple of rock club nerds like my younger brother and me. Somehow I caught wind of a concert they were playing at WPI which was less than 200 yards away from the apartment we were renting. We paid our $5 and entered the gym where they were playing which was filled with engineering students, most of whom had never heard their music. When the lights dimmed and they started playing we started cheering like maniacs, not caring what anyone thought of us. We spent a lot of similar nights in clubs in Boston, Cambridge and Worcester drinking cheap beer and listening to bands.

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