Ethel Granger - Smallest Waist

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A photo of Ethel Granger, who had the smallest waist size in recent history measuring in at 36-13-39.

She first put on a corset to please her husband, astronomer William Arnold Granger. And then he bought smaller and smaller corsets, asking her to wear them 24 hours a day - she complied. Her beginning waist size was 23 inches.

She made the Guinness Book of Records and was the record holder until 1998, when they changed the category to "Woman alive with the smallest waist".
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Apr 12, 1905 - c. May 1982 1905 - 1982
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Ancient Faces
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13 inch waist and lots of piercings - she was born in 1905 and this 1950s photo with all the piercings show elements of "then and now".
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Mae Martin
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Feeling fat!
Nov 17, 2015 · Reply
Daniel Pinna
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I still get shocked every time I see this photo.
Jan 22, 2016 · Reply
Thilo von Bogen
Huh...she died to please her husband?
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
AncientFaces
Well, it didn't kill her at a young age . . .
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Thilo von Bogen
AncientFaces I think you MEANT her waist & piercings were to please her husband. As written it implies she died to please him.😏
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Jan Burrell
Thilo von Bogen 🙄
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Lucy Sharkey
Thilo von Bogen no.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
AncientFaces
Thilo von Bogen Yes, you're right - I did. And I changed it. Pleading brain fog because of all the smoke here! :)
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Thilo von Bogen
AncientFaces brain fog is ok, it's the brain farts that do me in😂
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Jean Redlich
Owww.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Sharon Durfee
would love to see HIS picture
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Teressa Siler Asbury
Sharon Durfee
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Teressa Siler Asbury
Igor
Oct 28, 2019 ·
AncientFaces
Sharon Durfee - this was the best pic I could find: William A. Granger They had one daughter
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Patrick Fitzgerald
Teressa Siler Asbury no, it's eye-gor!
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Jo Lawrence
Ugly bugly
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Taya Jane
Maybe she did it for him or whatever. Did she die happy?
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Heather Ramirez
Yea.... if she did it for herself..., it’s not my thing but whatever. But if you have to change yourself to make someone else love you, then is it really YOU they love?
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Debra Mandich
After he died she stopped for a time but started corseting again if a few inches looser for herself.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Caroline Gaston
Debra Mandich At that point, I imagine she needed the corset since she would have absolutely destroyed her midsection. Her organs would be all messed up and she’d have gone years without needing to use her abdominal muscles.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Heather Ramirez
Debra Mandich I imagine she needed the corset for support at that point.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Molly Flannery
Ew!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Judi Stewart
Wow..
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Jeanne Walsh Heyworth
abuse
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Teri Lynn
🤦‍♀️ smh
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Leslie Winchester-Martinez
I wouldn’t wear a corset for no one! Painful!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Jill Stanford
That is grotesque
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Cleo Castelda
Jill Stanford yuk
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Carol Piquard Compton Weir
That's actually possible!?!?
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Kathy Peebles Finney
Carol Piquard Compton Weir . May have removed a few ribs.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Jo Ann Galley Swartz
Carol Piquard Compton Weir ugh
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Carol Piquard Compton Weir
Kathy Peebles Finney yes, I believe you are right.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Muskan Parashar
Rib removal wasn't really a thing until very recently. Also, it's pointless. The ribs effected by corsets are floating ribs, and can move. They move when you take breaths.
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Lisa Simmons-Kalachi
I've seen this picture before. I find it very disturbing.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Suzanne Berglund-Edwards
Lisa Simmons-Kalachi same here
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Beverly A Lozano
I cringed looking at her waist! Yikes!!
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Mary Hirsch
Looks like a lot of paim.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Helen Hennessy Davidson
Lisa Vicki agree also..form of abuse from husband ?
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Sara Pardo
That had to have squished her guts, yuk
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Lucy Sharkey
Sara Pardo nope. Despite the drawings of ladies with displaced organs, according to modern medicine, tightlacing causes no more organ displacement than pregnancy. Don’t forget that she’ll have been pretty dainty to begin with.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Suzanne Berglund-Edwards
Lucy Sharkey Hmmmm...after pregnancy your organs go back to where they should be! This case...not a chance, not ever.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Sara Pardo
Lucy Sharkey here's what surgeons said

Women were often laced so tightly their breathing was restricted leading to faintness. Compressing the abdominal organs could cause poor digestion and over time the back muscles could atrophy. In fact, long term tight lacing led to the rib cage becoming deformed.

Feb 17, 2017
Royal College of Surgeons
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Diane Dickinson
Poor woman!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Susan McDermott Knight
Once you realize there's a spine and intestines and kidneys being smashed in that corset, there is also passing in that tiny space a massive blood vessel, the vena cava which is connected to her lower organs and legs.... One wonders how she survived.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Linda Virtue
Susan McDermott Knight the kidneys are more under the ribs. The intestines are pushed way out of place.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Sam Stanley Alden
Susan McDermott Knight - the vena cava returns deoxygenated blood from the lower extremities to the heart. The aorta (largest blood vessel of the body) carries oxygenated blood from the heart to the arterial system and comes down through the abdomen before dividing into multiple branches. Your knowledge of human anatomy is a bit off.
Oct 31, 2019 ·
Carol Newton
Wander what he did for her to make her happy? Now thats the question...
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Suzanne Berglund-Edwards
Carol Newton Curiosity will not kill this cat!
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Linda Virtue
I wonder
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Britt Marie
That waist looks horrible. That is not attractive.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Geleta Froehlich
I’m surprised she lived so long!!,
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Melissa Ann Miller
Omg no wayyy. That waist is so creepy looking
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Shynoor Zindagy Shynoor
I wish she alive .prriti lady
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Suzanne Berglund-Edwards
Unholy 💩! My husband could have taken the slow boat to China! Let his waist be that little wearing torture devices himself!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Kathy Peebles Finney
No man would be worth that.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Jenny Kirby
Those days !
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Robert Hockman Sr.
Yeow
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Jennifer Hunter
Disgusting
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Donna Faul
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Her husband wanted her to get her waist smaller- hmm I would of told him to kiss my a... and he could leave
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Linda Sherwood Brundage
I was told my step-great grandmother was so proud because her husband could touch fingers around her waist it was so small. Of course then she died in child-birth having her 1st child and I have often wondered if the small waist had anything to do with it.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Vallerie Fletcher
I do not think that is what caused her to die in childbirth. The standard of beauty at that time was the ideal that the husband could put his hands around a lady's waist and it was not uncommon. Women were tiny back then.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Caroline Gaston
Vallerie Fletcher Are there stats that back that up, or do we just not see a lot of pictures of fat ladies of the past?
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Charlotte Hall
Small women had small waists and hips. Childbearing wasn't always easy back then anyway.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Ash Sneddon
Caroline Gaston there must be more than a few. I own their previous dresses lol a lot of them as well - I’m 5ft 11 and 38-32-38 measurements, never had to have any tailored.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Elysa Mintz
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Linda Sherwood Brundage she was 77 years oldat the time of her death .
Could have been an other women.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Ree Young
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Caroline Gaston In Victoria times, being skinny was taken as an indication of being poor and not in good health. The wealthier people had no shortage of food, and a lot of it was lacking in nutrition and full of animal fat. Vegetables were available in the upper middle classes and higher, but they were generally cooked with lots of butter and/or heavy cream sauces. Pie crusts were made with lard and filled with thick gravies or lots of sugary fillings. Being able to afford white bread flour (which was not fortified as it is now) and using a lot of sugar, which was a status symbol , though was bad for the health. Many had heart problems, diabetes, and "the rich man's disease"...gout.

As far as women being tiny...the average man and woman were shorter than they are now. A good deal of that was due to poor nutrition during childhood. My maternal grandmother (born in 1874) was only 4 feet 8 inches tall. When she got married, she was the same size that I was when I was 12! I know this because that was how old I was the last time her wedding blouse would fit me! Amd my own mother was only 5 feet 2 inches tall.

My paternal grandmother was just at 5 feet tall and my grandfather was 5 feet 3 inches. My dad made it to 5 feet 5 inches, which was close to average for a man back then (he was born in 1902). I grew to be taller than either of my parents!

Being that much shorter meant a woman's bone structure was smaller than it is now...smaller waists, shoulders, overall smaller frame. And a very slender waist was considered beautiful and sexy, so even women with normal waists wore tight corsets to look even smaller. All in the name of beauty and attracting a man!
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Linda Virtue
Vallerie Fletcher idea*
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Jennifer Drake
Linda Sherwood Brundage totally
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Sarah Elizabeth Flood
Vallerie Fletcher if you look at photos, that's really not all that common. It might have been an ideal, but it was an ideal seldom achieved. Most women were fairly normally proportioned if smaller in stature than they are now. Tight lacing was only done by a very few women who didnt need to breathe deeply, i.e. the wealthy who were also fairly thin.
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Shanuhh Rhcc
Marilyn Rose Simpson
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Suzanne Berglund-Edwards
Did she have children of her own? Just wondering...
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
AncientFaces
She and her husband had one daughter. Their daughter was found 3 weeks after she died (at age 71) in her home. I read that she was a hoarder and a recluse. The mortuary crew had to wear Hazmat gear. :(
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Jennifer Drake
AncientFaces how sad
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Patricia Moen Paine Ryan
AncientFaces Hazmat gear? Her orders or was she contagious with something?
Dec 07, 2019 ·
Dorothy Irene Sheridan
It was the style to have a tiny waist
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Sarah Elizabeth Flood
Dorothy Irene Sheridan that shape was absolutely not in style even for a minute during this woman's adulthood.

In the 1860s, sure, kinda, but it was mostly seen in drawings (which were always idealized and stylized) and virtually never aspired for in real life.
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Patricia Moen Paine Ryan
Dorothy Irene Sheridan Yes, watch movies from the 30s and 40s. Tiny tiny waists. A lot of synching going on!
Dec 07, 2019 ·
Charlotte Brown
How does that even happen. What happens to her organs? And how does she not flop forward 🤔
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Diana Melissa Herrera
F*** that.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Safi Augustine
I’m so used to seeing piercings and tats that the waist bothers me a lot more. Gross.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Natasha Guerrero
Jeff Clark
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Brenda Anderson
She must have had all those piercings to take the pain away from being squeezed by that 13” corset.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Susan Jacobsen
Brenda Anderson or being married to her husband...🥴
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Muskan Parashar
Corsets don't cause pain
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Lisa Valladares
Muskan Parashar they do if they are cinched to tightly.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Linda Virtue
Muskan Parashar all her internal organs are pushed out of place. There's nothing there but spinal column and a little muscle. You can't seriously think that isn't painful.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Muskan Parashar
I wear corsets. They literally feel like a hug. Reductions like this happen slowly over the course of years or decades. Organs are meant to move around. What do you think happens during pregnancy?
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Anna Petersen
As a pregnant lady, I can tell you my organs slowly shifting is not pleasant. I definitely get pains. Can't imagine how painful out would be to have them move on the scale in this picture. Not natural at all
Dec 07, 2019 ·
Alina Badia de Lacour
Piercings are fine, but the waist. Forget it.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Cindy Morse Peer
Dumb
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Ken Barfield
Where is the yuck button when you need it?
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Lara Stetler
Ken Barfield 🤢🤮
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Patricia Adams
Not an attractive look.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Jon Bon
What a waist! 😉
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Barbara Ann Pinkerton
Nope
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Katty Bat
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Trudie Cruey
good grief
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Ellie Passalacqua
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Ellie Passalacqua
No thanks for sharing
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Ginny French
Her shape is literally like an hour glass.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Tracy Thurman
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When my Mom married my Dad her waist was 18" ;)
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Lara Stetler
Tracy J. Thurman 🤮
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Sherri Volz
If a man truly loved a woman, he wouldn't ask her to wear that corset. Very disturbing.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Sharon Exendine Swon
Where has her stomach been shoved?
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Patricia Hardy Mcallister
Very disturbing!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Deborah Doucet
Just so ugly. And still is.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Melissa Mills
I admire her efforts, but one cannot be very comfty with that waist.. wow.. yuck.. no offense
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Pat Braun Campbell
Oh my!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Dolores Drury
Her waist is an illusion.. the white and black coloring in the photo makes her waist look so small.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Jodi Rae Griffing
Dolores Drury its real, another woman is in the Guinness records for a waste the size of a music cd. No illusions made them
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Ree Young
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Nope, no illusion. The current Guinness World Record holder for the living woman with the smallest waist is Cathie Jung...15 inch waist. She's worn corsets and waist trainers for many decades. She lives here in NC...and she is now 81 years old.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Diane Wollenberg
Dolores Drur [external link] y
Oct 30, 2019 ·
Nancy Rogers Engler
Diane Wollenberg he certainly was into torture.
Nov 01, 2019 ·
David Phelps
OO Hell No Not my Lady I don't have..LOL
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Vesuvia Vulcania Nox
Wearing a corset is NOT a "torture device".
I wear one on a daily basis; that being said, I don't tight lace to this extreme.
The first thing in wearing a corset to consider is that if you are in pain, or cannot breathe, then there is something VERY WRONG.
Most people don't go to this extreme of tight lacing.
What I wonder about is the multitude of piercings "to please her husband"... the corset I can understand, though 13 inches is too much, in my opinion.
For the record, no, I don't wear my corsets for any man.
I wear them for myself, in the same manner I wear lipstick, style my hair, and do my nails: I have self respect, both for myself, and for those around me.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Ember Elle
Vesuvia Vulcania Nox corsets are cool but her waist size not!
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Ember Elle
Vesuvia Vulcania Nox lets not get ridiculous
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Vesuvia Vulcania Nox
Ember Elle I agree with you.
I heard of 13" waist size several years ago.
Just out of curiosity, I decided to see how small that was, with my tape measure.
Suffice it to say, when I put the end on the 13" mark, I nearly threw up.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Brenda Anderson
Vesuvia Vulcania Nox looks like torture to me and so does all that heavy jewelry hanging down. If a person really had a nice waist why wear a corset.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Hana Lee
some people wear corsets because they like the extra support and to keep a nice waist. i've worn corsets for certain outfits.
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Lara Stetler
Vesuvia Vulcania Nox , you sound healthy to me. I’m not sure about anyone who would go to the extreme. And it looks so unhealthy and unattractive. It reminds me of someone who is anorexic. They see fat no matter how skinny. It’s an illness.
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Sarah Elizabeth Flood
Cinching someone in past the point of normal human anatomy is absolutely torture.
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Ember Elle
Ewww
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Dale Mulkey
how did she love with everything in her chest squeezed togeather like that
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Bob Gaines
Seems abusive to me!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Deborah Johnson
To hell with himmm..no way
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Ioana Christenson
Yuck
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Sheila Rodgers
Must have had her ribs removed
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Pat Hatley
I worked with a lady that after four kids, and no waist clincher of any kind, had a 16” waist. She was about 5’8” and just had a small bone structure. She looked great.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Carolyn Lewis
Theres no man worth putting yrself through something so unnatural as this waste binding why didnt it crush her organ? That poor woman
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Antonella Salerno
🌺💞
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Rose Sansone
Yikes
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Bettejane Wesson
Was she in a circus sideshow , maybe?
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Paula Robare
What was she thinking? Not exactly attractive!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
David Woodward
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Nelly Diaz
Sicko
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Maureen Freeson
I have read that some women had ribs removed to get like that, How awful, gives one the creeps..Stupid woman to please her husband !!!What a reason.Maureen.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Larry Klosowski
13 inch waist, wow
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Deborah Hailey
No no.her husband made her do this,, she did it for him , nothing wrong with any of this but it was not her decision, manipulated by her husband
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Sonja Fields
Crazy Husband
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Beatriz Misenta
If this is true and she tortured herself and her body this way to please somebody she has extremely serious issues, is a masochist no doubt and her husband a sadist.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Brenda T. Davis
She should have got a new husband. This is awful
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Pamela Richardson
Gross
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Elizabeth Davis
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Love me, love my tummy ♥️ or do without me!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Tami Pino
She must have had terrible gas. I
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Fauller Freitas
Creston Filho
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Carla Medley
Are piercings considered fashion?
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Kathy Dudley
My Body aches just looking at the poor woman! So thankful I did not live an an era of corsets! I can’t even handle spanx!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Carolyn Bodley
Now they have their ribs removed.
Oct 28, 2019 ·
Victoria Matheus
Carolyn Bodley I was thinking this woman might have done that 😱
Oct 30, 2019 ·
Danby Regnfay
That's as bad as Chinese women having abnormally small feet crammed into tiny shoes years ago. Abnormal!
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Ingrid Grumm Gorenflo
Yikes gross
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Anna Baird-Hensley
Disturbing...would a loving husband want his wife to be in that kind of contortion?
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Jennifer Quilter
Her waist can not possibly be that small.
Oct 28, 2019 · Reply
Michèle Debruges
Piercings après un séjour en inde peut-être.....
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Tracy M Reid
Her eyes look so sad x
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Marilynn Heath
Ouch!
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Betty Burton
I'm 82 n don't remember that kind of piercing back then.may b I wasn't looking ,very ugly ,wonder how her hubby looked.
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Jenny Nana
...and complied.
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Jenny Nana
he had a fetish and she complied...
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Lara Stetler
Jenny Nana 🤢🤢🤢🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮
Oct 29, 2019 ·
Jenny Nana
The darling kinky couple...
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Paula Rodrigues
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That waist looks awful!
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Moody Trudy
Super Freak, But if they were happy - Freak out!
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Lara Stetler
Reminds me of someone who is anorexic. They see fat no matter how skinny. It’s an illness. This woman and her husband have a very unhealthy view of how she should look. Just my opinion. Even worse, it has to be bad for the body.
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Susan Whittaker
This is truly disturbing!
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Joanne Keith Syme
The piercings very unattractive
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Raymond Laper
I hate my Corset
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Beverly J OMara
Unbelievable
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Hazel Curry
I remember reading about her in the 1960s. The article said she died due to causes of a too tight corset.
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Dorothy Irene Sheridan
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Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Doris Krueger Buchmann
Mental illness is a terrible thing...
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Dorothy Irene Sheridan
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Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
Marie Hutchison
I hope he was worth it lol
Oct 29, 2019 · Reply
SadaChada Sada Chada
Her waist is smaller than her neck!
Oct 30, 2019 · Reply
Margaret Anne Serpe
Oct 30, 2019 · Reply
Arnette Petschel
???????????????????
Oct 30, 2019 · Reply
Melanie Sands
🤮
Oct 30, 2019 · Reply
Joyce Barnett Russell
Ridiculous... AND... all to please a Man... :( Stupid!!
Oct 30, 2019 · Reply
Ann Pope
So ugly.
Dec 07, 2019 · Reply
Summer Oleniuk
Fake. You can see its photoshopped.
Dec 07, 2019 · Reply
Jesse Dixson
Dec 08, 2019 · Reply
Maureen Mestas
Where did she put all her internal organs??!!
Oct 28, 2020 · Reply
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