We don’t have everyone’s bra sizes, just the ones we could scrape from BraSizeHunter.com, your Interwebz source for celebrity bra sizes.
Let’s start with the site’s writeup of Brazilian-born Victoria’s Secret supermodel Adriana Lima (photo, above):
…Adriana Lima bra size is obviously one of the most important measures for a model of this type. Adrianna Lima bra size is a perfect 32D, however, there are many speculations if the size is natural. Based on the photos of multiple shoots during her career, the change was quite evident in Adriana Lima bra size, however, the super model claims that her bust is completely natural. Adriana Lima enjoys continuous attention from her fans and keeps receiving massive paychecks for the work that she does.
THE LAST KNOWN ADRIANA LIMA BRA SIZE IS: 32B
The Book of Life opens today in theaters nationwide. This lush and hilarious Day of the Dead-inspired movie is by my friend Jorge Gutierrez and film giant Guillermo del Toro.
I was fortunate enough to be invited to the flick’s “red carpet” premiere Sunday, and I had the time of my life. It was a “bucket list” experience, and I want to share some of the images and sounds from that morning of movie madness.
Highlights included photobombing the stars, taking a selfie with Diego Luna, and making Ice Cube snarl. [Mas…]
With everybody and her tio dressing up for Halloween and Dia de los Muertos, it’s important to stand out from the crowd with a bold fashion-forward statement. For some stylish chipsters, that means a calavera-themed fez.
Lucky for us, that’s exactly what our ‘chuco suave model, Pablo from the Internets, is wearing! Pablo’s embroidered velvet chapeau is a new Fall style from San Diego’s Fez-o-rama.com. You don’t just wear a fez, pochos. A fez wears you. [Mas…]
There’s lots to see in Placitas, a small New Mexico community north of Albuquerque between the Sandia and Santa Ana Pueblos. If you take a stroll through the foothills, chances are you’ll spot ancient petroglyphs amid the hoof prints of wild horses.
And that’s what I found on a jog Sunday near my home.
On top of a hill I spotted petroglyphs of animals, insects, and other images lost to history. They were most likely created by the indigenous people of the region hundreds of years ago. Hopi journalist Patty Talahongva says they are headlines from the past.
Next to them, unfortunately, were a few scratches (defacing) likely made by area residents in recent years. [Mas…]
At the Trenton Crossing Shopping Center in McAllen, TX, they espeak Spanglish.
As POCHO amigo Gustavo Arellano pointed out in his book Taco USA, America loves tacos.
How much does America love tacos, you ask? Taco imagery is everywhere — jewelry (necklace, above), toys, drinks, desserts, babies, kitties, doggies, purses, rear-view mirrors. And how could we make a listicle without the pink taco? [The pink taco final photograph may be NSFW depending on your work. We don't think it is, but you never know, tu sabes?] [Mas…]
We first met West Hollywood artist Ramiro Gomez when he began placing his hand-painted cardboard figures of immigrant laborers in prominent public spaces in Bel Air, Beverly Hills and Hollywood.
Even as his audience has expanded via out-of-town art exhibits and a documentary film, he still plants cutout cardboard workers in places where their real-life counterparts have been before. Gomez’ aim? To make workers who are normally INVISIBLE become visible to passersby who look away or look but never see.
This gardener with a hose popped up Wednesday just before sunset in Beverly Hills near that famous hotel. Like all Gomez’ creations, he has a name. Meet Sergio. [Mas…]