aldo-vallon - January 1, 2019
Sammi Hanratty is exhibiting a great anti-consumption mindset in these photos. So many Insta-babes seem to think bikinis have an expiration date after a single flattering picture has been taken, I worry their closets are stuffed like Patrick Bateman’s.
Sammi, much to my own surprise, proves that isn’t necessary. I know my own brain needs constant stimulation in order to maintain interest, but clearly that stimulation does not need to come from a swimsuit. It could come from something as simple as the changing of an expression.
In the long run I do not know which strategy is going to end up costing more, though. Changing bikinis does require a higher upfront cost, assuming they aren’t getting them for free, but because their expression can remain as emotionless as a 19th century photograph then they will save money on restorative surgery later. Sammi might not be so lucky.
The toll those expressions could take on her face could end up aging her faster than a hardcore meth addiction, I think. I don’t know what a face job goes for these days, but it is probably worth at least ten bikinis.
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