This South African chick is about to be airbrushed up to and including the wazoo in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. I felt it was my duty as Student Body President to share a look at her tits not technologically re-imagined. Someday, they won’t even hire girls to model anymore, they’ll just digitally produce them for total ease and manipulation of male viewers. I hope that day is soon and the controller contains a ‘say my name’ button.
It’s January which means the gnomes in the art department at Sports Illustrated are working double shifts to airbrush the shit out of the thousands of photos the former sports journal took of spray tanned models over the past six months. In just a few weeks time we’ll be able to see tons of homogenized looking nipple-less female forms of non-distinct ethnic backgrounds. I’m going to continue to pleasure myself to my mint in wrapper Cheryl Tiegs 1983 as a form of ongoing protest that me and Jennifer Lawrence and Melissa McCarthy fatty fans have about Photoshopping models. With a little eye shadow and moderate starvation, women are fine just the way they are.
Women must buy a shit ton of underwear because there are about a thousand different nameplates outside the sweatshops in Mynamar. By my count, there are three different options for men’s undergarments. If you’re in a store with a ton of underwear options for guys, think before you Facebook your location. It’s probably time to tell your parents you’re gay.
Genevieve Morton is pretty damn hot. She’s South African so her odds of being murdered in a home invasion robbery are 3:2. Enjoy her now in her vintage porn socks.
It’s an undisputed fact that short girls are better than tall girls and girls with big tits are better than everything, but Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Genevieve Morton is just as hot as Kate Upton, has even bigger tits, AND is South African meaning she has that sexy accent, yet somehow isn’t hugely famous.
It’s the weirdest thing and I don’t understand it all. It would be like living in a world where Superman was real, and no one had ever head of him.
(image source of genevieve in new york = inf, of genevieve with kate bock and emily didonato last night in vegas = wenn, getty)