Friday, July 31, 2009

Best Asian 4ss Sayaka Ando

Sayaka Ando 安藤沙耶香 is one of those models who can look sexy in just about anything. No wonder Ansaya アンサヤ continues to be one of Japan’s top gravure idols.

Name: Ando Sayaka (安藤沙耶香)
Nickname: Ansaya (アンサヤ)
Birthdate: May 24th, 1981
Birthplace: Miyagi
Blood type: A
Height: 167cm
Bust: 84cm
Waist: 55cm
Hips: 84cm
Hobbies: Watching movies, listening to music
Ability: Dancing
Qualifications: Driver’s license, junior high and high school teaching license, 3rd class official secretary approval

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Beautiful Texas 4SS

Nichole Jackson has modeling interests in promotional work, as well as Event host.
She’s also a swimwear model and has a new interest in acting. You’d be interested
to know she holds a master degree as a professional shopper. Nicole Jackson was
born and raised in Dallas Texas, she wants to give a huge shout out to "the boys"
(Cowboys that is ) Nichole Jackson is a huge sports fan, loves the Dallas Cowboys,
Miami Heat, LA Clippers, & the Miami Dolphins. Her 2nd obsession is fast cars.
She can be a real speed demon when you put her behind
the wheel of a 69' Camero, with a little nitrous or a Z06 Corvette 6 shift!!! Nichole Jackson
is seriously considering a move to Sunny California. Loves to travel to new places,
boating & scuba diving. I thank her for taking time to shoot with me and making this a
great feature.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Beautiful Big 4SS

I was born on August 20th 1985, Leos RAWK!! I was raised in Brazil and have been in the US for 10 years. My family means the world to me. My dream is to have a little girl one day!! I want to dress her all in pink :) :) My life is simply amazing. Each and everyday is a blessing. I love the night life, reading great books, makeup is my passion, music is my therapy, I loooooove house/lounge music at ALL times!! I'm a loner pretty much but I do love the very few friends that i have. I'm family/goal oriented, smart, beautiful, genuine, driven, ambitious, loving and caring.... There are more positive things but I couldnt fit them all in here :) I can count on my fingers how many great people I have met in my life. I try not to let my history interfere with my destiny and although I always analyze my actions, I still make mistakes, but I try my best to learn from them. I'm a girly girl, I looove fashion and my favorite color is pink. I have a good heart, I'm a thankful person and I don't settle for anything less than I deserve. I love to learn... To me knowledge and beauty are power. I'm learning to give people a second chance cause no one is perfect. Loving all that I can, smiling away my days and dreaming away my nights... I'm always looking for ways to improve, ways to succeed and to not let nothing or nobody get in the way of my goals and dreams...

As I'm maturing, I'm learning that no matter what your problem is, someone out there is and always will be fighting a harder battle... So I'm always thankful for EVERYTHING! I try to count my blessings instead of troubles... Being aware of the person who has nothing to lose... see through the problem and finding a solution. Those who gossip to you, will gossip about you! Don't believe everything that you hear because some day the story will be about you! I'd never waste an opportunity to tell someone I love them. I'm not afraid to fall in love... After all, what's the purpose in life anyway? **Having faith and hope make things possible...**

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Find Her in Bali Beach

Just returned from our fabulous bali vacation. It was perfect in every way. We stayed at the Pavilions and the accomodations were firstrate. The Singapore airlines flight to Denpasar was good too. They treat travelers much better than on domestic airlines, with good food, served frequently and lots of courtesy and respect. The Balinese are very friendly and happy to see tourists. They are very poor and are still feeling the effects of the Kuta bombing. Everywhere we went, folks wanted to know where we were from and again and again said how much they loved Americans. We never ran into any anti-american sentiment. We never would of gone to Bali if we had not found this package thru Our travel agent in Bali was very concerned for our comfort and called several times to make sure all was going well. I cannot recommend Bali enough. We'll definately go back.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Find best Travel Place to see these

The economy is in meltdown, consumer spending is dwindling and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is seriously considering priming the monetary system with change he found inside his sofa. That just means you need a vacation more than ever — and the good news about the bad news is that the financial crisis has made some typically pricey destinations suddenly affordable.

Thank the 98-lb. weakling — the U.S. dollar — which, over the past several years, has made foreign travel outrageously expensive for Americans. Today, given the financial crisis, investors see the U.S. as safer than other markets — even though the downturn is largely the responsibility of Americans — and are flocking to the dollar. (Apparently there's no financial penalty for irony.)

For Americans, that means many foreign destinations have effectively become 25%, 30% even 50% cheaper than they were just a few months ago. You may feel a bit like a financial vulture visiting these countries but, hey, this may be the dawn of Depression 2.0. No one's turning down cash these days — not even from ugly Americans.

Drop in currency value since a year ago: 51%
No developed country has suffered as much from the credit crunch as Iceland, which has seen its banking system and its currency, the kronur, all but collapse. The silver lining in an Arctic cloud: what was once one of the most expensive, if memorable, destinations in Europe has suddenly gone budget. Icelandair flights from New York City start at $500 round-trip, and decent hotels in the hip capital of Reykjavik — like the Centerhotel Thingholt — are as low as $60 a night. Sure, if you go in the late fall or winter you'll get only about five hours of sunlight a day — but Icelanders know how to make those hours count. Move fast — tourist agencies are reporting a huge spike in visitors to Iceland.

Drop in currency value since a year ago: 21%
If Canadians didn't want us to make fun of their traditionally weak currency, why did they call it the loonie? A year ago, the joke was on us — a Canadian dollar was actually worth more than its American counterpart. Fortunately, economic catastrophe has reasserted the natural order of U.S.-Canadian relations. From the cosmopolitan charm of Montreal to the amazing skiing of Whistler (and, in between, Saskatchewan), America's neighbor to the north is a great place to spend strengthening greenbacks. Bonus: Global warming will make those biting Canadian winters just a little bit more endurable.

Drop in currency value since a year ago: 28%
The Aussies' unoriginally named currency almost managed parity with the American dollar in recent years. Not anymore. The Down Under dollar now gets you only about 66 cents. But that opens the Land of Thunder's many delights to the American budget traveler — once, of course, you mortgage your devalued home for a plane ticket. Round-trip tickets from New York City to Sydney are going for about $1,400. On the upside, when it's winter in the North, it's summer over there. (Except financially — then it's winter everywhere.)

Drop in currency value since a year ago: 23%
Admittedly, it's difficult to put England on any kind of budget-travel list, given that a brief, one-way trip on the 145-year-old London Underground will still run you more than $6. But compared with a year ago, when you needed more than $2 to buy a single coin with the Queen of England's face on it, Britain has gotten considerably cheaper — relatively. Book a spin on a "champagne flight" on the London Eye — the giant Ferris wheel (and millennial white elephant) on the banks of the Thames — for a mere $692. Or don't. (See 10 things to do in London.)

Drop in currency value since a year ago: 30%
For South Koreans, the current economic meltdown has a sickening familiarity. During the 1997 Asian financial crisis, the South Korean won lost 52% of its value against the dollar. Things haven't gotten that bad yet in 2008, but there are still plenty of sudden bargains in the Land of Morning Calm, long an unjustly ignored travel destination. Bewildering Seoul boasts dramatic mountains, spicy street food and gorgeous royal palaces. Beyond the capital — where almost half the country lives — South Korea has arty port cities like Busan and cultural centers like Gwangju. And anywhere in the country you can get soju — the potent rice wine that will enable you to forget the recession, along with everything else. (See 10 things to do in Seoul.)

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Shanina Shaik is the next Miranda Kerr

Make Me a Supermodel runner-up Shanina Shaik is set to become a Victoria's Secret model just like fellow Victorian Miranda Kerr.

:: Miranda vs Shanina Fashion Face Off
:: See photos of Miranda Kerr
:: Victoria's Secret Show 2008

The 18-year-old from Werribee in Victoria moved to New York in January to chase her dream of becoming a supermodel.

The move has paid off, having been booked for an impressive 10 shows in her first season.

Shaik is now set to become a Victoria's Secret model after impressing agents at a recent casting.

Becoming a Victoria's Secret model would be "the ultimate dream job", Shaik told ninemsn.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Labancz Lilla is a Sexy Football Babe

Labancz Lilla (Budapest, 1986. március 27. - ) magyar színésznő, modell, műsorvezető.

Iskolák [szerkesztés]

* Gór Nagy Mária Színitanodája

Filmszerepei [szerkesztés]

* Á (film, 2009)... Regina (főszereplő)
* Barátok közt (sorozat) ... Léna (2008)
* Zsaruvér és csigavér 3: A szerencse fia (TV-film, 2008) ... Zsarulány
* Tűzvonalban (sorozat) ... Vanda (2007-2008)
* Majdnem szűz (film, 2008) ... Olga, örömlány
* Sobri (sorozat) ... Ilonka, szolgáló (2002)
* Capitaly (sorozat) (2002 (1 epizód))
* Kisváros (sorozat) (2001 (1 epizód))

Színház [szerkesztés]

Azzal a színtársulattal járja az országot, aminek tagja Csala Zsuzsa is.

* Bubus (a sárospataki Művelődés Háza bemutatója)[1] ... Klárika

Érdekesség [szerkesztés]

* Felvételizett a Színház- és Filmművészeti Egyetemre, de "gyerekes" arca miatt nem vették fel
* A Kisváros című sorozat stábja 13 éves korában egy uszodában fedezte fel
* 2006 szeptemberében levetkőzött az FHM magazinnak, amely a 2006. év "100 Legjobb bombázója" közé választotta
* a Bravo TV műsorvezetője is volt

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