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Rule 5 Sunday: Come Dancing

Posted on | December 30, 2012 | 11 Comments

– compiled by Wombat-socho


Don’t open the links where you shouldn’t.


Laughing Conservative leads off this week with Emily Ratajkowski “in a suitably festive setting”. Indeed. :) Elsewhere, Reaganite Republican presents the 2012 Wardrobe Malfunction Awards, and Fishersville Mike bemoans the loss of this year’s Winter Classic to the lockout. Animal Magnetism is back with this week’s Rule 5 Friday and the Saturday Gingermageddon, and Brian Noggle brings us a grandmother’s take on Slave Leia. Randy’s Roundtable checks in with a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, and First Street Journal continues saluting women in uniform in the combat zones.


EBL offers Second Amendment Rule 5 and Vintage Hollywood New Years Rule 5.


El Opinador Compulsivo brings links to Francoise Boufhal, Twelve Girls of Christmas, the 2013 PABO calendar, and assorted tasty Christmas eye candy.


A View from the Beach offers some cheesecake to go with our eggnog, and also some Charisma. In other news, Putin blocks babies (not babes), Chicks With Guns, Climate Change and Human Evolution (with cave girls), Swazi King Bans Miniskirts, Merry Merry Christmas, and last but not least, Christmas Pinups Year 3.


Soylent Green’s Monday Motivationer was Malena, then came a Soylent Christmas Eve, last minute Christmas items, a Random Russkie Humpday Hawt, Overnighty Adrienne, Falconsword Fursday, Corsetcare for Richard Windsor, Overnighty Iveta Vale, and something about architecture and views.


Proof Positive’s Friday Night Babe was Stephanie Cayo; his vintage babe was Barbara Parkins, and Victoria’s Secret provided the Sex in Advertising. Also, the obligatory 49ers cheerleader. At Dustbury, it’s Beth Behrs and Bebe Neuwirth.


Thanks to everyone for their linkagery! Deadline to submit links to the Rule 5 Wombat mailbox for 2013′s first Rule 5 Sunday is Saturday, January 5.

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