I’ve used that gif before, without finding the clip. That’s changing now. Here’s the clip. Not that good news is, that it’s not the best quality you can find.
Anyways it is good enough to give you an idea, what’s going on. In fact, you cannot miss Gretchen’s assets at all 😎
We’ve mentioned her briefly, when talking about “The miraculous danish boobfulness of an era”. And she definetly derserves her own blog entry here.
She and her man (it’s always the same in those loops) were ahead of their time and did – as a couple – the stuff you can find these days in the p2p erotic webcam 💻 market.
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 🌞
Mary Waters (*1953), from Seattle, Washington, is one of the most distinctive models of the 1970s. Veiny, long boobs with wide areolas captivating the whole frame.
After doing several part-time jobs, she discovered that there is way to make a few bucks with that kind of highly developed boobfulness. And yes, it is!
Thinking of the 1970s from different functional perspectives different important people come to mind. Political system: Richard Nixon; Economy: John Connally; Science: Konrad Lorenz; Art: Bob Dylan … and when it comes to the functional system of boobage: Roberta Pedon (1954-1982)* of course.
They say she’s of Latvian origin, which at least makes sense to me, knowing they grow some healthy boobage alongside the Baltic Sea. In this short sequence from “Delinquent School Girls” (1975) she’s practising what could pass for a Latvian accent on the essential information (natural 40 D-Cup?):
Next sequence she’s entering the swimming hall in all her glory (you just can’t miss her):
Last scene from that same movie she’s doing some jumping jacks for good health:
That’s the only “B movie” she’s know to participate in as an actor. And like I always say, no plot is better than a bad plot, I believe her works as a model are even more meritorious.
Quod est demonstrandum …