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Miss Bumbum 2014 Contestants

Post by Mr S » August 24th, 2014, 6:39 pm

Click on the link to see the pics, also if you leave a comment state which chick you think is the one who should win by listing her photo number...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/1 ... ps=gravity

Official Website: http://missbumbumbrasil.com.br/

After looking at this, it just goes to prove how friggin Retarded America is and all its Sister Western Feminist countries are nowadays, Western men still have little idea of the realities of what women are like outside of the Angloshere of influence.

Miss Bumbum 2014 Contestants Hope To Have Brazil's Best Butt

Most pageants may judge a woman’s beauty at face value, but not this one.

In Brazil, the “Miss Bumbumâ€￾ contest is a nationwide annual undertaking to find the best derriere. This year's 27 contestants, who represent the country’s different states, were announced last week.

“Miss Bumbum 2014â€￾ will start in São Paulo on August 11. Brazilians have until November to vote online and determine the 15 finalists for the finale. This year the pageant will have a historic first after twins Rafaella and Graziella Fornazieri, representing Alagoas and Ã￾cre respectively, entered the contest.

Dai Macedo, a 25-year-old model with a 42-inch bottom, was crowned “Miss Bumbum 2013.â€￾

"It's a lot of work, a lot of devotion," Macedo told Agence France-Presse by way of an interpreter after winning the title. "I denied myself a lot of things. No nightclubs. No sweets. I went to the gym Saturdays and Sundays."

The winner of the pageant receives 50,000 reais (approx. $22,000) in endorsement deals and instant celebrity in Brazil.

Take a look at 2014’s contestants below.
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Post by Jester » August 27th, 2014, 8:36 am

Well three cheers for journalism. It seems that the Huffington Post is hot on the tail of a good story.

Or did I get that backwards?

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Post by Jester » August 27th, 2014, 8:38 am

BTW +1 for a post that, though a trifle earthy, is actually relevant, interesting, and encouraging to men going abroad.
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Post by Cornfed » August 27th, 2014, 9:14 am

Their asses are OK but don't look particularly great. From what I've seen, the average Brazilian female under the age of 35 has an ass as good or better than most of them.

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Post by droid » August 28th, 2014, 5:14 am

I worship *ss, but these look too thick and some seem to have grotesque silicone. Not refined at all.
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