The bare-bottomed Texan had no clothes on while taking pictures of each room but forgot bathroom was full of mirrors. It is always difficult selling your home but it probably doesn't help if your online brochure includes naked pictures of yourself in the bathroom. This homeowner in Texas was desperate to sell his apartment and went to great lengths photographing each room in all its glory.
You should get down on your knees every day and thank whichever god you believe in for bringing the iPhone into your hands. Never before has remote foreplay been so easy, making the sexy selfie a standard in hormone-fueled texting. However, not unlike celebrated photographers in the field, mediocrity should not be tolerated.
May 30, pm Updated May 31, pm. Pretty little thing. Model Paula Sophia posed in a PrettyLittleThing outfit while sitting on the side of the sink, giving her followers a glimpse of her bum.
A glamorous Instagram couple has caused outrage with fans after sharing an "offensive" naked selfie. Hawaiian-born model Jay Alvarrez shared an X-rated photo of himself posing naked with his Italian model girlfriend Valentina Fradegrada in a bathroom mirror. The pair are completely nude, with Fradegrada using her spare arm to cover her nipples, as Alvarrez's arm protects her crotch area as he cuddles her from behind, news.
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The year-old flashed her ample cleavage and left little to the imagination in a plunging lace bra. She put on a provocative pose with her hand in the waistband of her lounge trousers as she posed in front of her bathroom mirror. Her hair looked rather dishevelled in the snap which came after her millions of followers got a shock on Sunday evening when a user named 'Chikri95' posted a Snapchat code on her profile along with the caption: "add for kylie jenner's nudes!!
T here was a time when the bathroom was the ultimate private space — but that was before people stood in front of the mirror, phones held aloft, and captured images of their shirtless pecs and duckfaces. Bathroom selfies are divisive. Historically, the bathroom selfie used to be perceived as fairly cringeworthy. If you had to take a picture of yourself in the bathroom mirror, camera flash obscuring half your face, it implied you had no friends to do it for you.
Are selfies the art of our generation? Self-portraits for everyone? I certainly hope not, but it seems like everybody is celebrating everything with selfies these days.