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Rule 5 Sunday: White Lies

Posted on | October 2, 2011 | 13 Comments

– compiled by Wombat-socho


We begin this week by welcoming the Rio Norte Line back, especially because he has a nice collection of Nicole Scherzinger pics. Also, Huda Naccache, angering imams everywhere. Killing Time brings us a Guinness commercial that never hit the airwaves, while Randy’s Roundtable takes a midweek break with Rosie Jones and Debora Campos. The eye of Polyphemus this week gets back to his normal turf by examining the real reason people watched Lost. (Hint: it wasn’t the plot.) A View From The Beach wishes a happy 77th to legendary French sex kitten Brigitte Bardot, and also notes Carla Bruni, the sad state of Swaziland’s Queen Nothando Dube, and a riveting explanation of Rugby rules. Speaking of sports, Fishersville Mike salutes the undefeated Buffalo Bills, or, more accurately, their cheerleaders the Jills. Teresamerica chips in a Miranda Lambert portfolio this week including a music video.


Soylent Green kicks off the week with Michelle & Michelle, continues with the unshaven Nicole Van Croft, Jill DeVries, Belen Rodriguez, Corset Friday (with extra ginger), and an extra helping of corset.


El Opinador Compulsivo begins this week with a Kate Upton video, an illustration of why ladies should take advantage of supermarkets’ carryout services, a pair of close-up shots, Sharon Stone in 1983, Wasted Youth, the Gisele Bundchen ad that’s kicking up such a fuss in Brazil, and Holly Madison.


Proof Positive’s Vintage Babe this week is Edwige Fenech, who starred in a number of Italian giallo flicks. Also, Jayde Nicole, some chicks worshiping the God of Hamburgers, and the ad Brazilian feminazis don’t want you to see.


This week at the Camp of the Saints, it’s Lisa Snowden, the Rule 5 News, and Roberta Missoni; Dustbury picks up the torch of Romanian babes by posting Inna, some vintage Angie Dickinson, and – believe it or not – Lady Gaga in a Little Black Dress.


The DaleyGator begins his week of Rule 5 by saluting Bob Belvedere for posting Mayrin Villanueva. Later, Mei-Ling Lam, Amy Lynn Grover, Chantel Jackson, Michelle Waterson, more Mayrin, and finally Melissa Riso.


Thanks to everyone who sent in their links! Special thanks to everyone for getting them in on time! To be included in next week’s Rule 5 roundup, send your links by October 8 to Rule 5 Wombat.

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  • Anonymous

    Lovely pictures of Huda. But her posing in a bikini is not as outré as we might think as she is an Arab Christian Israeli.

  • http://proof-proofpositive.blogspot.com/ Proof

    White lies? Is that more a “Honey you don’t look fat in that dress”, or “Of course I’ll respect you in the morning” kind of lie?

    Wombat-Socho: Living large linking luscious lovely ladies…

  • http://thecampofthesaints.org Bob Belvedere

    White lies?!?

    Raaaaacist!

  • http://thecampofthesaints.org Bob Belvedere

    -Mei-Ling Lam…I wouldn’t mind ordering that off the menu.

    -Thanks, WS.

  • Anonymous

    Oops. Having once attended a Maronite Catholic Church in Minneapolis, you’d think I’d know better than to make the Arab = Moslem assumption.

  • Anonymous

    I see I should have provided a YouTube link for this one, too.

  • Anonymous

    No persons of color were harmed in the making of this blog post.

  • http://proof-proofpositive.blogspot.com/ Proof

    Wombat: By now you should know that I need all the help I can get!

    Though, I confess I’ve never heard of “cowpunk” before!

  • Anonymous

    Anyone who doesn’t like Jason and the Scorchers is some kind of Godless Commie Pinko Deviate who hates music and America.

  • http://proof-proofpositive.blogspot.com/ Proof

    Didn’t say I didn’t like ‘em. Just said I never heard of ‘em. (I lead a sheltered life!)

  • Anonymous
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