In a recent interview with AskMen these lovely ladies laid out what their ideal date would be.
Take notes boys.
You had butt one job to do, you depraved simeon: somehow lucky enough to apply supple amounts of sunscreen to women with the kind of curves and bodacious bosoms that surely sent a lot of the audience's blood rushing to funny places, this thirsty bro couldn't control himself.
This is what it looks like when you let too much of the wrong head do all the thinking. Let's just say he got what was coming to him.
Alexis Ren, Instagram model and full-time babe, has been going no-holds-barred on Twitter these last couple days.
Alexis and her ex-bf Jay Alvarez got famous on Instagram and Youtube after their video of a wild California vacation went viral in 2015 basically just because Alexis is really really ridiculously good looking. From there they coasted on into internet stardom. The two broke up sometime around the end of last year and that seemed to be the end of their PG-13 porn fueled relationship
Well, apparently none of it has been sitting well with Alexis because now she's on the warpath and is even going after the man's manhood.
Nevertheless, I'm sure posting all this publicly on social media is a healthy way of dealing with things.
If you don't care about that and just clicked because you saw 'Instagram Model' then welcome to you as well.
People want to look good. Nay, people must look good.
But in his age of Instagram and Snapchat, looking good isn't enough. You must risk your life for beauty, whether that be a selfie while driving or a quick mirror shot of you holding the pin to a hand grenade.
One model said, the best way to get a good Instagram shot is to dangle off a 1,000-foot-tall building in Dubai. The model in question, Odintsova held an assistant's hand as she threw caution to the wind and leaned into 2013's tallest building. I would trust any assistant over a safety harness any day. Do it for the likes.
This seems worth it:
Allegedly natural, am I right fellas? Either way, Samantha Lily of Russia identified a market with endlessly thirsty customers, and she's capitalizing on it like a shameless self-objectifying champ. I think.