She woke up like this… No, but seriously, she woke up like this!
Crystal (Harris) Hefner shared a pic with her Instagram friends on Thursday, of herself in a bikini, looking au naturel!
No wonder Hugh Hefner wanted to put a ring on it!
The 27-year-old playmate posed in her closet, wearing just a two-piece, and said:
“Good morning #nomakeup #nofilter #imtired”
Tired?! We could hardly tell! She looks as fresh-faced as ever!
It’s kinda weird that she woke up in a bikini, but we imagine when you live at the Playboy mansion, you wake up wearing all kinds of things!
[Image via Crystal Hefner/Instagram.]
We don't know if we should be impressed or disgusted by this!
Impressed just because it's a HUGE number, and we had no idea the human body could hold up to the stress of having over a thousand different sexual partners — or disgusted because that's soooooooo many vaginas (and possibly butts and mouths), and who could possibly know where they've all been before Hugh! LOLz!
The nice thing is now, regardless of his active past, Hef says that married life is the breath of fresh air he's always needed!!
Here's what he said:
Do you have Valentine's Day plans??
If not, why not make some while doing some good in the world!
That's the idea behind Charitybuzz launching Share The Love, which is its 5th annual Valentine's Day auction — and this year they have more the 50 fab prizes to bid on that will result in some one-on-one action with some of your FAVE celebz!!
Here are some of the things you can win:
Most people that party at the Playboy Mansion are struck with hot tub fever, however, an unlucky few literally got a fever one of the mansion's hot tubs.
Back in February, 170 people reportedly fell ill with symptoms of Pontiac fever, a milder version of Legionnaire's disease, after attending a fundraiser at the Playboy Mansion.
While there was speculation that the outbreak originated at Hugh Hefner's estate, Los Angeles County health officials say the bacteria that causes the disease was, in fact, found in a hot tub at the Playboy Mansion.
The legionella bacteria found causes an acute respiratory infection with symptoms including fever and headache.
Let's hope Heff called in the
pool boys CDC to take care of that bacteria, while those affected should rest assured they only caught a fever instead of something they couldn't throw back.
[Image via WENN.]
The Playboy mansion is home to Hugh Hefner, beautiful women, and disease!
Los Angeles County health officials have confirmed that 170 people have fallen ill to Pontiac fever after the Domainfest Global Conference in Santa Monica.
Symptoms of Pontiac fever include fever, chills, general discomfort (malaise) and some cough.
The Center for Disease Control released a statement:
"Public Health has no information suggesting that this suspected outbreak extends beyond those individuals associated with this conference."
We always knew that the Playboy mansion was dirty, we just didn’t know it was this kind of dirty!
[Image via WENN.]