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Keeping Abreast of Victoria Secret

Gentlemen, say hello to Adriana. She's modelling Victoria Secret's Bombshell Fantasy Bra. I think it worked. I'm shell-shocked.

Victoria Secret does this every year. To draw attention to their holiday collection - and they've certainly got my attention - they unveil a multi-million dollar jewel-encrusted over-the-shoulder-boulder-holder.

Ladies, this can be yours for only a cool $2 million. That's a deal. These special puppy catchers have come down in price since Gisele Bundchen (Tom Brady's better half, although my wife thinks his better half is his butt in football pants) bounced on the scene in a Red Hot Fantasy Bra and Panties that went for a cool $15,000,000. Oh, I might just have a picture of that.

But now I wonder just how many women would buy this stuff? It's an awful lot of money to pay for something that's going to be worn under their clothes. Then again, it seems to work for Adriana doesn't it? She doesn't wear it under her clothes. Oh, did I show you her picture?

She's pretty, huh? Looking at her just gives me an uplifting kind of feeling.

And, hey, if any woman wants to wear that Bombshell Bra in public, they've got my support!


Now, come on, that gem crusted bra is just silly! It wou'd make a mess of my cashmere sweater. If I had one of those sets, I'd wear it on my head like a tiara. And I wouldn't care what anyone thought because if I could afford bejewelled knickers, I could afford to buy people's favourable opinion too! - G
00dozo said…
Whoa! Look at those 'Bouncing Betties! I guess if I had a pair of those, I'd probably dress 'em up too!

So, do they make stuff for men? You know, like an under-the-butt-nut-net? Jewel encrusted, of course.
Quirkyloon said…
Finally! Nomie does his Breast Cancer Awareness post.

That IS what this is, right?

nonamedufus said…
G; You'd wear it on your head? You're kinda kinky.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: hahaha. I'm at a loss for words.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks; Oh absolutely. That's exactly where I was going with this. I'm all for breast awareness. Oh, breast cancer awareness? Oh, yeah, that too..
Boom Boom Larew said…
So, is this what you're getting the Mrs. for Christmas this year? I'm sure she'll be thrilled!
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom: I'm afraid it's a tad out of my price range. Now if I could come up with a picture of Tom Brady's behind in football pants...
Don said…
I've got only eight words to say about this. "Holy crap!" I lost count after two...sorry but the testosterone kicked in again.
nonamedufus said…
Don: Sorry I posted that picture twice. Still, nice pair...of pictures, don't you think?
Linda Medrano said…
Her cups runneth over. too much of a good thing, Dufus.
nonamedufus said…
Linda: Sorry, you've kinda caught me "in my cups".
brookeamanda said…
I'll wear it if you but it for me;)
Nicky said…
Um, Dufe, I hate to break it to you, but they ain't real. They would never let her wear the real gems outside like that :-)
nonamedufus said…
Brookeamanda: Yeah, sure. But you may have to wait awhile before I win the lottery.
nonamedufus said…
Nicky: Oh, the gems you mean?
K A B L O O E Y said…
I have to brag: my breasts look like that too, when cantilevered up with support garments. It's the rest of me that keeps me from the modeling gigs.

Oh, and here's an early holiday present for Mrs. Dufus:

She's welcome!
Thank you, NoName. Just thank you.

P.S. -- Sorry I've been gone so long. Had a few problems to deal with, as you know. Things are looking up again, and I hope to be more regular.
nonamedufus said…
KABLOOEY: Thank you! She's certainly a happy camper this morning. But now I can't get her away from my computer screen and there's drool all over my keyboard. "Go to work, dear."
nonamedufus said…
Mike: You are a true lover of art. An admirer of figure and form. Oh, and I hear more fibre in your diet will assist with that "more regular" thing. Seriously, glad to hear things are looking up.
KaLynn ("MiMi") said…
thanks for the chuckle!!
nonamedufus said…
KaLynn: Hey, it's what I do. You're welcome. Thanks for stopping by.
Anonymous said…
Love the main page. Will it always be like this?
nonamedufus said…
Anon: Always be like what?

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