Famous models gather on yachts, get bootylicious

If humanity is ever enslaved and placed in zoos by a superior alien race, the more humane of our captors will allow us to roam free in a natural habitat. For supermodels their cages will consist of yachts, balconies and swanky bullshit events.

“Sexy models Candice Swanepoel, Doutzen Kroes and Joan Smalls party in bikinis aboard a yacht in Mykonos together!”

Some examples:

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Full gallery here

I called them supermodels above, but I’m not sure whether these are supermodels or regular-grade models. When I was a young’un we didn’t have superstars or supermodels or even super-soakers. He had garden hoses to soak one another, and we got wet enough, dammit. Mantle, Mays and Musial were stars. Lauren Hutton and Suzy Parker were models. The only “super” thing we knew of was Superman, and we would never confuse him with a supermodel.

Except for that one time when Luthor exposed Supes to pink kryptonite, and the less said of that, the better.

4 thoughts on “Famous models gather on yachts, get bootylicious

  1. Not to hijack the thread, but anyway…

    I’m not a huge baseball fan, but I like numbers, and I see there is some discussion (as I think there should be) on this new playoff format helping the lower seeded teams. I see the debate is structured around ‘rust vs rest’ but I think this leaves out the advantage for the lower seeded team itself:

    I’ve noticed that baseball seems to be a game of momentum, that teams get on rolls. Although there are very few series in the regular season where a team will sweep, it also seems to be rarely the case that a team will win a game, then lose a game, then win a game, then lose a game. In the wildcard round, all the winning teams swept 2-0 thereby putting them on a roll/giving them momentum going into the next round. I don’t think it should be a surprise that this, and not just the five day layoff, helped Arizona sweep Los Angeles and Texas sweep Baltimore.

    1. When I was a junior in high school, without warning my buds, I teed off on our first hole with a superball shaped to look like a golf ball. Pretty fun, but my friends wouldn’t let me keep the drive.

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