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8/12/13 9:51 P

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I don't know, but there was one in particular, that was not by any means a waif, and I think her name was Kelly? She was soooo cute and vivacious, and well-proportioned - I thought she was beautiful! Not so much about the scale, as about how you feel about yourself!

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1/21/13 8:45 A

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I am certainly going to have to try and look up some of the models specific measurements.
Still I think it is more about the over all proportion of curves than the actual measurement.

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9/5/12 2:26 P

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If this has been discussed before I apologise. But back in the 1920's - 50's, what was the ideal size of a pin-up, what size are the girls in the old images? Their weight, waist and such?

"Stressed spelled backwards is desserts. Coincidence? I think not!"


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