Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Indian Nina Davuluri wins MISS AMERICA 2014



A serious question for guys - who do you find to be more attractive?



11 comments:

  1. "Making history - as Asian Americans - so we're really proud"

    Says it all really.

    The presenter was more attractive.

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  2. I got Desi fever (or is it curry fever?), so I like the Indian more, but an Indian can be like a 4 and get 2 or three more points in my book.

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  3. My cock tells me it wants to bang the blonde and my stomach wants me to order a curry from the other one.

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  4. We need to find the names of the people that did this and add them to our Ceaucescu list.

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  5. Call Center not Casino, haha....
    That made my day.

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  6. Her first goal as Ms America I hope will be to help teach her "Asian American" friends better English in effort to better service our calls at various customer support centers throughout the third world.

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  7. I like Ms 2012's gullet, just goes to show that no matter how hot they can be one day, they can be repulsive the next. I've seen girls at dive bars that look better than Ms 2012, hell, I would sleep with the equal opportunity Indian before her...

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  8. The Indian-American is way hotter than the European. The European has a look that's much too common. You can walk into Walmart finding girls that look like that. Nina- now that's one fine specimen of the female species.

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  9. The 'panel' was leftists. But how did she get [or her folks] to USA? How did she get to be Miss Muslim, Oops, I mean Miss Michigan? Immigration.

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  10. Agreed, the presenter was 'better'. I did get thru 30 seconds of the last movie clip....
    it was a 'die versity' contest.
    In die versity contests, Whites always lose.
    It is designed that way.

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  11. Symphony of Six Million is a 1932 film directed by Gregory La Cava and starring Ricardo Cortez, Irene Dunne and Gregory Ratoff. Based on the story Night Bell by Fannie Hurst,[1] the movie concerns the rise of a Jewish physician from humble roots to the top of his profession and the social costs of losing his connection with his community, his family and with the craft of healing.
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