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Monday, April 12, 2010

Tahitian Venuses: from 1966

Waiting for a big boat full of Frenchmen?


We haven't had any Polynesian lovelies for a while so here is a small selection of girls from Tahiti dating back to Playboy's December 1966 pictorial The Girls of Tahiti. There is very little, if anything, to suggest that these pictures were taken nearly forty-five years ago. Timeless!


She looks just like one of Gauguin's girls!






The flower behind the right ear means she's looking for a mate. Behind the left ear means she's taken (on the basis that the heart is more to the left side).


Prototypical Tahitian girl in excelsis





We wonder what's tired her out?


A smile from the islands

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