SUNshine Girl Valerie is 28 years old and feels she was born in the wrong era. She says she would have fit in better in the ’40s and ’50s. We think she is just fine right now! After all, if she were around in the ’40s, she would be waaaay too old to be a SUNshine Girl. (Jack Boland/QMI Agency)
SUNshine Girl Stephanie is 22 years old and hopes to have a career in broadcasting or reporting. We’re not sure how she could be a reporter, she has nowhere put the tape recorder. Stephanie was once caught staring at Rob Lowe on a set. Loved him in Youngblood! “You can learn to punch in the barn, but you gotta learn to survive on the ice.” Classic. (Jack Boland/QMI Agency)
I think the Sun's write-up is unintentionally hilarious today. If she were born in the 40's or 50's, and if then she would be too old to be an SSG, then are they acknowledging that their SSG standards have dropped? :biggrin2:
Also I don't think a girl born in the 40/50's would be very acceptable with all those tattoos. Still she's got a fantastic body, and I like her face. After deducting for the overabundance of tattoos, she's still worth an 87%! :good:
Well, she's a bit of a big-boned girl today, isn't she? Cute face. I normally wouldn't have a problem with that but judging by some of her poses (e.g. the last pic), she sometimes poses like a man. Also for some reason, she reminds me of a younger version of Doris Roberts, who used to play the mother/grandmother in Everybody Loves Ray (see below). All of these sort of served to ruin my appetite, so I can only give a "needs improvement" rating, 77%.
Robintheboywonder said:One day some hottie is going to bite your ass!:LMAO: