aldo-vallon - February 28, 2018
For all the feelings that Heather’s hotness stirred up inside my hormonal teenage self, I am happy to see that she has retained it to a stunning degree. I do not know where she is headed, but she sure is doing it in style. Most people these days will leave the house wearing sweats, tops and bottoms, to go run errands. I am not talking about the cool sweats either, like what rappers wear. I am talking about the generic, ill-fitting, make-every-woman-look-flat-chested-and-make-every-man-have-a-weird-penis-bulge-at-all-times sweats. There are barely any standards left anymore. Hell, we are even able to wear t-shirts to work now, and some of us do not even need to go into work.
T-shirts were never even meant to be visible. They were just what you would wear under your good shirt so that the sweat wouldn’t be as visible, and your nips wouldn’t chafe. The only people now that know what a chafed nipple feels like are marathon runners and people into BDSM, and those two things are not mutually exclusive. It is for these reasons that I will forever cherish Heather trying to bring some class to the streets with her clothing, when she chooses to wear it that is.
Photo Credit: Splash News / Backgrid USA
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