Skip to comments.Miss Bikini World is crowned (OF COURSE there are pictures :-))
Posted on 05/30/2010 10:11:57 PM PDT by Stoat
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Look at the pictures, laff at the words)
And now we know why it’s NOT a beauty contest. She’s got a great body, though.
Here is a 60+ image slideshow of the Miss Bikini Word "National Dress Costume" competition.....be advised that the images will vary considerably in terms of photo quality and the sexiness quotient. Also, it appears that there was no contestant from the USA or Great Britain, although Canada and Australia were represented at the pageant Some examples:
Russia - Siberia
China 2010 Video Winner Romania DIANA BOANCA of 35th Miss Bikini International in Sanya InfoFashion Platinum Ag are 2 reprez Romania Diana Boanca
Miss Bikini International 2010 Overall winner - Romania (Diana Irina Boanca)
1st Spring Lady - Australia
2nd Spring Lady - Greece
3rd Spring Lady - Thailand
1st Summer Lady - Venezuela
2nd Summer Lady - Kenya
3rd Summer Lady - Malaysia
1st Autumn Lady - China
2nd Autumn Lady - Bulgaria
3rd Autumn Lady - Spain
1st Winter Lady - Latvia
2nd Winter Lady - Russia
3rd Winter Lady - Kazakhstan
Below are the remain in top 26 :-
Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Canada, England, Ethiopia, Moldova, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Uruguay
The Subtitles are :-
Miss Charity - China
Miss Health - Netherlands, 1st runner - Japan, 2nd runner - Latvia
Miss Talent - India, 1st runner - Czech rep, 2nd runner - Turkmenistan
Best Figure - Thailand, 1st runner - Kenya, 2nd runner - Tartarstan
Miss Charm - Philippines, 1st runner - Ukraine, 2nd runner - Malaysia
Miss Photogenic - Bosnia, 1st runner - Albania, 2nd runner - France
Miss Disco - Bulgaria, 1st runner - Belarus, 2nd runner - Estonia
Best National Costume - Ecuador, 1st runner - Brazil, 2nd runner - Ethiopia
Miss Friendship - Spain
Miss Internet Popularity - Venezuela
Romania- Diana Irina Boanca WINNER of 35th Miss Bikini International In Sanya 2010
Data nasterii: 27.09.1988
Inaltime: 1.78 m
Greutate: 57 kg
yes - i agree FM!
Why does the 23rd Psalm come to mind when I admire the winner: “My cup runneth over”? In any case, I’m pleased to see the winners.
I’m delighted that you’ve enjoyed the thread. Thank you for posting :-)
You're quite welcome, and thank you very much for pinging your list :-)
ping for when wife goes to bed too tired and or a headache tonight.
Pretty bad when I can honestly say I’ve dated hotter girls than the winner. Some of the losers though...why didn’t they win?
Agreed, me too.
Some of the losers though...why didnt they win?
There are some spectacular stunners among the losers aren't there? When algore, Jimmuh Carter, Zero and Arafat can all win a Nobel Peace prize; when Michael Moore can assemble a pack of lies and obvious distortions into a movie and then win an Academy Award for "Best Documentary" with it, and when a woman connected to Hezbollah terrorists can win Miss USA, I confess that I hold little if any hope for any honor, fair play and agenda-neutral truth in the judging process at the Miss Bikini World competition.
I post threads like this whenever I can, not so much because I agree with who won but as a break from the continuous grind of politics as well as a celebration of femininity which, in my view, should be applauded, cheered and encouraged wherever and whenever possible. A world full of women who look like Rosie O'Donnell is not a world that I want to live in, and young ladies deserve to have feminine role models to aspire toward in their own lives....not only in terms of appearance but in manner, demeanor and accomplishments as well, although the 'accomplishments' are mainly a factor in the Miss America pageant, as I understand.
As I mentioned in post #36, I consider these pageants to be an essential Western cultural touchstone as well as a very important element in the War On Terror. Honoring a woman's beauty is one way of demonstrating to the Islamofascists that we are better people than they are, and I don't believe that this point is lost among a small but growing number of girls and young ladies in muslim countries.
Some of those costumes are cute. Others remind me of Sandra Bullock in "Miss Congeniality".