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I think there's more airbrush than photo in that photo.

Wow, thesandtrap.com members must have some of the most beautiful wives/girlfiends on the planet to be dissing this girl like that. I guarantee 99.99% of the people on here, including the ones posting

I think she looks great.  Granted she may not be the hottest woman in the world but shes still a very beautifull woman and Id be willing to bet that 99% of the people who posted in this thread would h

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Originally Posted by eedsmx691

http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1oyp8O/sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012_swimsuit/painting/

Body painted and all!

I'll save some of you the trouble of heading over there if you don't want to:

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Eh.

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Even with air brushing its not that impressive.  She doesn't have a freakishly rockin body like some of the gym rat girls I see.  I wish I could take pics, because it is just impressive.  They work hard at it for sure.

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Originally Posted by Phil McGleno

Always been partial to blondes (southern blondes especially) but anyone else find her face to be a bit man-ish? very angular or something. Maybe its not her body.



Agreed. Body is hot, face is not.

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Originally Posted by Phil McGleno

Always been partial to blondes (southern blondes especially) but anyone else find her face to be a bit man-ish? very angular or something. Maybe its not her body.



I agree I keep looking for an adams apple.  I don't get what the big deal is with her.  I can't get pass her face.  In that video she looked like she was 60 with all that fake spray on tan.

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Originally Posted by Fozcycle

If you check out the video of the shoot....you'll realize that the stills were airbrushed to eliminate the effects of the cold air.



Yep, lol!  Plus, the photo posted here is the absolute worst one that could have been picked as she looks super yummy in the video.

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Wow, thesandtrap.com members must have some of the most beautiful wives/girlfiends on the planet to be dissing this girl like that. I guarantee 99.99% of the people on here, including the ones posting in here would be at attention in a split second if she would get in that same outfit and said let's go... LOL at the response in this thread...

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