Sunday, June 24, 2007

Model with no navel

BellybuttonThis Brazilian model "lost" her belly button as the Playboy magazine editors were retouching her body curves. The mistake went unnoticed, and the magazine sold 605,000 copies that month... lots of readers got pissed off when they realized they were wasting money on fake pictures.


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9 comments:

Miss Cellania said...

"Lots of readers" have been living in a fantasy world if they think those pictures were ever "real".

Anonymous said...

I never realized how "sexy" a navel is until I saw her with none. Ewwww.

Charlene said...

miss cellania, it amazes me how ignorant and/or naive and/or just plain stupid these guys must be. There has never been a model in the history of Playboy who wasn't heavily airbrushed. Her tan line is Photoshopped in; her abs are likely Photoshopped in; her skin tone is Photoshopped to be even.

How dumb or naive do you have to be not to realize that EVERY model in the history of Playboy has been either airbrushed or Photoshopped into an unreal state?

Jon said...

I agree with you guys whol-heartedly. Those women aren't anywhere near real.
Give me a real woman any day. Tomorrow would be good! :)
Jonco

Anonymous said...

In college there were plenty of girls this and better looking, WITH NAVELS!!!

I don't know about playboy's history, but there are lots of beautiful women everywhere in real life. Playboy just makes it easier to see them nude.

Jon sounds like he needs a day away from the 'puter.

Jen said...

I think you can get a tummy tuck that removes the navel while you're at it now...

Anonymous said...

What amazes me most is how a person who peruses Playboy magazine can claim to be a "reader".

Mike said...

Anonymous: Playboy has a great many interesting and insightful articles.

I suppose if one is used to Hustler or D-Cup that those funny squiggles on the page are confusing, but a lot of readers really DO read the articles.

Unless my wife is lying to me about her subscription...

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