The suit, filed on Wednesday by attorney Matthew Blit, targets VH1 operator Viacom, Firelight Entertainment and Lighthearted Entertainment. For as long as critics have been throwing around this declaration — every decade since the ’60s has been a golden age!Because I knew I had to prove that I was confident enough to let world see my blurred-out vagina.And everyone was like "You are so brave," and I was like, "Do you want some perfume? I was wondering the same thing when we started, but amazingly, only one of us got hookworm. Right now it's like I have my choice of anything, like I can either promote Kiwi Strawberry Arizona or Hpnotiq.He’s a tattooed Long Island dude who worries about getting “a little excited” when he sees the girls.If the going rate for a crotch shot is million, I know a few ladies over at the Mons Venus who may soon be leaving behind poles an plastic heels for Rolls-Royces and Louboutins.These days we’re supposed to be more “connected” than ever, but it’s actually harder than ever to truly connect.Online dates, blind dates, and the latest in ridiculous dating apps all make it hard to see people for who they really are.
At the end, the original pair of daters stand in front of the other four potential mates (they are all naked, by the way) and choose who they want to spend the rest of their lives (read: the rest of the day) with. In the first episode, which aired last night, we meet our antihero, Joe.
But there's so much more than what meets and possibly traumatizes the eye. I was at Big Ball Hal's and this one guy was trying to kick me out for showing everybody the WSU tattoo I use to hide the scar from my c-section.
We had a chance to sit down with our favorite cast member, Jaidyn Cayden, to answer all of our burning questions, like what it's like not having any sort of boundary between your vagina and a dining room chair. But then this other guy came up to me and was like, "You are meant to be on this TV show."It sounds like it was fate. So I went to the audition, and everyone else there was wearing something that said "foxy" or else had a picture of a bedazzled winking cat on it, but I showed up totally naked.
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