Rebecca Romijn-Stamos

I promised a while back to scan and upload some of the pictures by James White out of American Photo. Here is the first a picture of Rebecca Romijn-Stamos. My scan wasn’t so great and the color seems seriously wrong. Also the picture just looked better on the page. I healing brushed out the text that was around her.

I love the metal fingernails. I actually wonder if they are really metal or just silver polish? You know if you made them of metal and sharpened them, they’d be a lethal weapon. Doesn’t seem they’d be any harder to attach as metal than the normal fake acrylic nails many women wear. Of course if they were razor sharpened metal we wouldn’t want her doing what she’s doing in the picture. “There’s a shortage of perfect breasts in this world. It would be a pity to damage yours.” (movie quote).

Don’t know much about Stamos. She was in X-men, but covered in blue paint and feathers. Actually she got to look like herself in the second one. I haven’t seen anything else she’s been in.

I did find a whole bunch of pictures of her on the Absolute Pictures web site. She is definitely one beautiful woman.

UPDATE: The picture now links to a letterbox desktop picture. Here is the really big version of the picture at the left

Written while listening to “Adrienne”
album Camino Palmero
by The Calling
Written while listening to “Another Brick In The Wall”
by Pink Floyd

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  1. She did a surprisingly good cover version of Darling Nikki for the Prince tribute album "Party O’ The Times" (which was generally a pretty crappy album).

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