are those that would argue our neighbors to the north (that's Canada
for the geographically challenged) are more civilized than we
Americans are. Then again, there are those that would argue that
Britney Spears is a talentless piece of ass prancing around in belly
shirts and painted on jeans (to which I would answer
"So?"--but I digress).
this update YourMVP presents a compelling argument that the
former argumentative types just might be right . Instead of all of
the pomp and circumstance of the recently held Miss America Pageant,
Canadians have devised a plan to cut directly to the chase: Miss
read that correctly, dear readers. Miss Nude Canada. For over 26
years, Canadians have asked "Who needs the bathing suit and
evening gown competitions, eh?" Instead they give you a pageant
that your buddies won't harass you for watching. With categories like
"Fanciest Fanny" and "Most Beautiful Breasts,"
why would they? You know they'd be on the edge of their seats to see
who takes "Most Original Costume" and "Most Talented
Performance." Of course, the girl everyone would want to meet,
though, is "Miss Congeniality."
has to wonder if this is a category Barbie "Doll" Benson
won en-route to becoming Miss Nude Canada a few years back. This
update's "cover girl," Benson is so sweet that, for a
nominal fee, she'll give you the panties right off her . . . well,
you get the picture. (If not, see a few in our feature
article!). Benson and her partners--characters by the name of
The Panty Master (I love that!) and Gypsy--run PantyAuction.com, a
site that is exactly what it sounds like.
not online hawking her unmentionables, she's whipping up feasts fit
for a king on her nude cooking show. Man, no wonder those Canadians
are so civilized. With women like Barbie showing you the ins and outs
of the kitchen, what man wouldn't be willing to be just a little
domesticated--and a lot more civilized (or, as they say, "civilised")?
think, Canada gives us women like Barbie Benson--and what do we give
them in return? Acid rain. Oh, well, who said life's fair? At least
they're getting one incredibly cool thing from the U.S.--YourMVP
Magazine, of course--so I guess we can call it even.