Photographer

David M Russell

Posts: 1185

New York, New York, US

Is it me, or are there a ridiculous amount of great looking llamas from The Great White North?

What are they putting in the water up there?

Feb 01 13 06:18 am Link

Photographer

G-G Photography

Posts: 1

Pembroke, Ontario, Canada

We do have a great look to our models..I think it is due to the cold weather

Feb 01 13 06:24 am Link

Photographer

Michael Broughton

Posts: 2260

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

the less attractive ones don't get cuddled enough over the winter and freeze to death.

Feb 01 13 02:46 pm Link

Photographer

Christopher Hartman

Posts: 54153

Buena Park, California, US

Michael Broughton wrote:
the less attractive ones don't get cuddled enough over the winter and freeze to death.

/thread

big_smile

Feb 01 13 02:47 pm Link

Photographer

DAN CRUIKSHANK

Posts: 1786

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Michael Broughton wrote:
the less attractive ones don't get cuddled enough over the winter and freeze to death.

It's survival of the cutest up here smile

Feb 01 13 02:57 pm Link

Retoucher

MM020

Posts: 1046

Braşov, Braşov, Romania

Christopher Hartman wrote:

/thread

big_smile

+1 lol

Feb 01 13 03:05 pm Link

Model

Laura UnBound

Posts: 27573

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

I have a difficult time finding less than average looking people in Toronto.

I have to put in WORK to find hot people in many american cities, even NYC where supposedly you cant swing a cat without hitting a european fashion model (maybe Im not swinging big enough cats or something)

I have theories but no facts as to why.

Feb 01 13 05:32 pm Link

Model

Jordan Bunniie

Posts: 1728

Los Angeles, California, US

Michael Broughton wrote:
the less attractive ones don't get cuddled enough over the winter and freeze to death.

lol

Feb 01 13 05:34 pm Link

Photographer

Lawrence Guy

Posts: 17703

Spring Valley, California, US

Laura UnBound wrote:
I have a difficult time finding less than average looking people in Toronto.

I have to put in WORK to find hot people in many american cities, even NYC where supposedly you cant swing a cat without hitting a european fashion model (maybe Im not swinging big enough cats or something)

I have theories but no facts as to why.

Americans are known for putting huge amounts of thought into health and diet, and then ignoring those thoughts.

Feb 01 13 05:35 pm Link

Photographer

Michael Broughton

Posts: 2260

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Laura UnBound wrote:
I have a difficult time finding less than average looking people in Toronto.

I have to put in WORK to find hot people in many american cities, even NYC where supposedly you cant swing a cat without hitting a european fashion model (maybe Im not swinging big enough cats or something)

I have theories but no facts as to why.

those european fashion models are all a foot or more taller than you. maybe you need a periscope? wink

Feb 01 13 07:55 pm Link

Photographer

GER Photography

Posts: 8436

Imperial, California, US

I hate to say it, but I think allot of the reason is the French influence. So very lovely, yet so very far away!:-)

Feb 01 13 08:08 pm Link

Photographer

Brendan Lally Photo

Posts: 50

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Its very simple, keep them cold and damp during the winter, supply ample healthy food and activity, avoid over exposure to the sun and TV, and a weekly dose of maple syrup and poutine. wink

Feb 01 13 08:23 pm Link

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Photos by DeanR

Posts: 603

Langley, British Columbia, Canada

One theory I heard about Vancouver women is all the rain keeps their skin soft and supple.

With about a dozen Playmates, it seems to be working!  smile

Feb 01 13 10:15 pm Link