Are we still doing this?

May 12, 2009 | beach | editor | 0 Comments

It seems impossible that we’re still talking about this, but apparently we are because today there are shocking new pictures of Miss California who, other than that top she’s wearing, is COMPLETELY TOPLESS!!!

These pics were taken just last year.  This time, Carrie dropped her top for a professional photo shoot … another partially nude gig that she forgot to tell the Miss California officials about.  Donald Trump will decide today whether or not he’ll give Carrie the heave ho.

TMZ has 15 pictures, and in 4 of those they had to censor what might be one nipple. The one up top on the left is by far the worst. At least TMZ has the decency to call it (*) “partially nude”.  Perez Hilton says:

Carrie Prejean and her publicists have repeatedly sworn up and down that she only ever posed topless once.
Well, they’re fucking liars!  What does Jesus say about liars????
She’s not modeling lingerie in these pics! This is a full-on tittie shoot!

I don’t mean to nit-pick by pointing out what words mean, but either Miss California is a zebra or those gray things on the side of her torso are a “top”.  That is not “full-on” or “topless” or a “tittie shoot”, at least not based on any rational definition of those terms.

And … umm, at one point I saved two pictures of Diora Baird of “Star Trek”, one early naked modeling picture and one from Playboy (here and here) because I had some amazing point to make that involved tits but then I stared at her tits for 20 minutes and now I can’t remember what that was. But I’m sure it was brilliant. So if you could make up your own brilliant point and then write it on the screen as if I said it that would really help me out.

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