Susie Sparks‘ career was short and the fallout was gigantic! When she retired in mid 1990s, she left a void in the industry. Plate sized areolas weren’t that easy to find! Luckily the fall of the Iron Curtain freed those endless ressources of boobfulness from Eastern Europe.
Monique East from Hungary was amongst them. She worked from the early 1990s for roughly a decade in the industry and her body of work is quite remarkable❗️
Our very first themed thread was dedicated to Virginia Bell. Later on she was featured here with two other loops.
To me, she is still the measure of boobfulness and that means a lot more, than just having big boobs – it means to have a way of having big boobs❗️
Another gem from the 1970s. When there were predominantly slender models around, Karen achieved success in a niche that we call “BBW” nowadays.
Her trademarks: huge firm boobs with visible veins, a congenial booty and hairy as the 70s can be. Her tanlines testify that she used to be a sun worshipper 🌞
Most of these ladies you already know in one way or another from this blog.
Semantically talking is a mess most of the time, even if you’re speaking one and the same language.
As you see, Whitney knows the fundamental understanding – universally.
Some of those already have their own article, others defenitely are deserving one. From the USA and from Europe – it’s an occidental thing.
Don’t make no mistake. It’s interchangeable and the occasional distraction won’t last long.
between Giovanni Ribisi and Bob Dylan (as actors).
“Do you ever dream?”
“Yeah, I dream. My dream is, I’m walking through fire with intense heat … I don’t pay any attention in my dreams.”
The fall of the Iron Curtain set free endless ressources of boobfulness from Eastern Europe. In many cases the most amazing models literally disappeard off the face of the earth after a few shootings.
One of the most impressive manifestations of boobfulness we’ve ever seen is co-starring in one single movie from 1996.
Exploring the functional system of boobage, there is no way to overlook Susie Sparks (*1961) and of course she’s prominently mentioned here in another article about the areolas phenomenon already.
I’ve deeply studied boobology but yet I still don’t know what it is exactly with wide areolas. It’s a thing. Biologically the nipple is indispensable, not the areolas. Anyway it’s the areolas that catches most attention from a boobastic point of view.