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Rule 5 Sunday: In Like A Lioness

Posted on | February 26, 2017 | 3 Comments

— compiled by Wombat-socho

Well, unfortunately, all the visual search results for “hot lion babes” were more than a little pornographic, so this week we’ll go in a slightly different direction and serve up Atsuko Natsume, the heroine of the anime All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (trailer here for your edification*), which was my first introduction to catgirls in anime. Atsuko, unlike most other catgirls, is actually a cyborg with a cat’s brain in a humanoid robotic body, which leads to occasional moments of distraction when she sees mice. Anyway, here we see our heroine in the obligatory beach episode of the original series.
As usual, many of the following links are to pics generally considered NSFW. The management is not responsible for any negative outcomes (including, but not limited to: hairballs, spraying, shedding, destruction of property, ill-timed naps, attacks by giant mecha or demented robots, or persecution by heavily armed Office Ladies) resulting from your failure to exercise discretion in your clicking.

Despite having the (literal) brain of a cat, Nuku Nuku seems to be enjoying the beach.

We kick off this week with Ninety Miles From Tyranny, who brings us Hot Pick of the Late Night, Morning Mistress, and Girls With Guns. Goodstuff chips in with the original First Lady of Rock n’ Roll, Priscilla Presley, and Animal Magnetism contributes Rule Five Balkanization Friday as well as the Saturday Gingermageddon.

EBL’s herd this week includes Leslie Mann, Women Eating Cannoli, Women of CPAC, Heather Thomas, Heather Locklear, and Heather Graham, as well as Deborah Kerr.

A View From The Beach presents A Hunger for a Hungarian – Barbara PalvinMaryland DNR Planning for RaysMean Dykes Drive Out Lady NetterRetailer Predicts Good Year for Bay Crabs“Old Love”Do the Jellyfish!Heads Explode as Senate Confirms Pruit to Head EPAChilly in Chile, and “Lost Me”

Proof Positive’s Friday Night Babe is Florence Faivre, his Vintage Babe is Jinx Falkenburg, and Sex in Advertising is covered by Calvin Klein. At Dustbury, it’s FKA twigs and Joan Blondell.

Thanks to everyone for their linkagery!

*Featuring the opening song, sung by the incomparable Megumi Hayashibara.

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