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Do you remember boudoir photography from the 1980s?

They were often hung proudly over mantles in suburban homes. The same homes that had Pampas Grass on the front lawn. Key swappers, what? Mostly everything on show (imagination -pah) with only a smudge of Nivea to blur lines and protect any remaining modesty. Often times the human subjects were sprawled on sheepskins sporting a seductive pout and wearing nothing more than a spray of Koty? Bosoms heaving and chest hair waxed according, of course, to gender. Well Beamer fancied doing one of those flattering photo sets - and who are we to disappoint him. Bless his fluffy wee feet...


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