Mandy Pearl walks through the forest in her high heels and is prevented by a metal gate. This babe looks so hawt in her constricted, orange mini-dress. She walks back the way she came, her costume down to her waist, her palms juggling her bigger than average mambos. Mandy ditches her costume and receives down to panties and heels.
Mandy’s ally who recommended us to her was a boy ally, not a boyfriend-boyfriend, but this babe trusted his judgment and followed his suggestion. The dunky yet stacked black brown had not ever viewed SCORE or Voluptuous magazines, even though they’re sold all over the England, nor had this babe seen SCORELAND. Mandy was in the ravisher business back home and was very familiar with the modeling business. The fully dressed modeling business, that is.
After baring her body for SCORE, Mandy continued to glamour model and got a spot on a courting brandish on ITV called Take Me Out. In this tribute to male degradation, a petticoat chaser looking for a date tries his luck on a row of gorgeous models. They signal their disinterest by switching off a light at their podiums. That gave the host (Sir Paddy McGuinness) the chance to say his patented phrase, “No likey, no lighty.” The bachelor eventually took his pick of the girls who haven’t switched off their lights. Sounds love enjoyment. Not as much joy as watching Mandy play with her big knockers but still fun.