I don’t know what the heck this Campari stuff is that Jessica Alba is drinking, but if it makes all girls look that hot, then someone needs to start loading these into vending machines.  And water fountains!  Did’t she just have a baby recently?!?  Damn!

And for the record, I know her chest wasn’t that big before.  At least, er…. that’s what I’ve heard.  :)   So do we have the drink to thank for that, too?

-Dave Q.

8 Responses to “Jessica Alba: Calendar Girl”

  • I don’t get the fascination with her. I think Roselyn Sanchez and Eva Mendez blow her out of the water. The pics are highly photoshopped, but what isn’t today?

  • Babs:

    liquor in vending machines? GENIUS

  • Dave Q.:

    @ Dimplz… I agree with you to an extent. Rosalyn Sanchez, yes! Beautiful girl! Eva Mendes is hot as well. But I would give Jessica Alba the “au naturale” edge, because no way Eva Mendes’ are real. Not that there is anything wrong with that.

  • You have a point there. That said though, love the pics of her in the white bathing suit.

  • Even without all of that photo shopping, she would look great. That girl doesn’t take a bad pic.

    As for the larger chest…I’m sorry to be the one to tell you that it’s temporary. Saving money isn’t the only perk of breastfeeding!

  • Kim:

    I think she’s attractive, but I also agree that she isn’t the most beautiful person in the celeb world.

    But even without the photoshopping she still would be awesome.

    And the chest won’t last long, enjoy while you can. hehe..

  • ahhh, if only it were that simple!! I would drown myself in it!

    …She is gorgeous

  • Mike:

    I don’t think words are necessary here. :)

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