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culiacansin14 hace 4 meses
Black Market Booty: Trans Woman Boosts Butt With 100 Illegal Injections
Voluptuous Tatiana Williams has spent £60,000 on hundreds of black-market injections - to double the size of her butt. The 42-year-old bombshell, whose booty measures 60in, says she has spent the last 20 years drastically enhancing her body. The Miami-based entertainer, who was born a male, even claims to have paved the way for curvy stars Kim Kardashian and Nicki Minaj. But despite achieving her quest to become the Body Goddess there has been plenty of tragedy along the way. Many of her friends have been maimed and paralysed and some have even died following risky procedures. Over the last 20 years Tatiana, who was born Corey Williams, has had hundreds of silicone injections in her face, breasts, buttocks and hips as well as two nose jobs, fillers in her cheeks, laser surgery and hormone therapy.
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fungitron hace 1 año
DUKE DUMONT - FOR CLUB PLAY ONLY VOL. 1 Video directed by Ozzie Pullin Turbo Recordings presents the first in a series of club-conquering EPs from Duke Dumont. Available now on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/for-club-play-only-pt.-1-single/id524317217?uo=4 From his excellent Fabric mix to a pretty untouchable remixography that has seen him take on tracks by artists as diverse as Bat for Lashes, Mystery Jets and ZZT, Duke Dumont is the sort of artist embraced by people who know their shit. People like us. Pathfinders. Truthtellers. Heroes. This is the first in a series of "For Club Play Only" EPs, designed to harness Dumonts versatile stylistic mastery and let it explode in the faces of party people everywhere. "Street Walker" takes the intensity of paying for sex and spills it all over the dancefloor with a distorted vocal hook and alien warehouse vibes. Meanwhile, "Thunder Clap" answers the question, "What is the sound of one man jacking?" Weve also included an Alternative Mix of "Street Walker," because its great and because we want to give you the chance to sneer at people and say, "No, this is the alternative mix." In the Age of 2012, producers who favor quality over quantity often get overshadowed by shameless goons who manage to spam their way into the discussion. Our fondest wish is to correct this, taking things to the point where someone like D-Du cant leave the house without being cherished.
goldenprice hace 2 años
Buy it now off iTunes! http://itunes.apple.com/au/album/get-stoopid-single/id541029707?ls=1 Sibling partyboys, Bombs Away, are teaming up with one of Australias most recognisable voices, Seany B! Get Stoopid brings together 2 of the countrys most sought-after artists, resulting in what can only be described as a bad idea for anyone on the receiving end! Get Stoopid is exactly what it describes, a cheeky, bouncy club track with a killer film clip! Like what you hear? Subscribe! http://www.facebook.com/bombsawaymusic http://www.facebook.com/SeanyB.official For more great music, make sure you like us on facebook, follow us on twitter or simply check out our homepage: http://www.facebook.com/CentralStationAU http://www.twitter.com/CentralStnAus http://www.centralstation.com.au
chinetes hace 2 años
The Guanches were the ancient dwellers of the island of Tenerife, since way before the Spanish conquest. Due to the extension of the islands the other inhabitants of the Canary Islands are also named so. The Guanches are described as tall men and women with heights between 1m 75 cm. and 1m 82 cm., well developed, with huge, thick bones, which indicates that they were very strong, many of them had blue eyes and blond hair. The first descriptions of the ancient dwellers of Tenerife appear in the charts of Niccolosso da Recco (1341). The name Guanche comes from a Spanish deformation of the language spoken on the island by the ancient people, which was an archaic phase of the modern day Berber. The islands natives referred to themselves with the words " Wa n Chinet" which meant "the man of Chinet ", Chinet being the name of the island in their tongue. Today that language is called Guanche and is also applied to the dwellers of the island of Tenerife. The Guanches were of Berber origin and they arrived between the V century B.C. and the beginning of the Christian Era. Due to the fact that there are no archaeological findings of the existence of some kind of sea craft, nor any knowledge of navigational skills, it is supposed that they were brought in successive waves by Phoenician sailors with commercial aims and later abandoned on the island until the XV century. Their origin seems to be from more than one Berber tribe, they brought with them their domestic animals such as goats, sheep, pigs and dogs, as well as wheat, peas and barley, each one adding to the group of dwellers that, with a common origin, gave way to different cultural layers.
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