Misha is definitely one of the best newcomers I’ve seen in the past few weeks. I love her tan lines. She has that cute bulbous nose. Her pussy has a sexy amount of fuzz. And I love anklets for some reason. Plus, her breasts are a fantastic size.
For whatever reason, I don’t see MCN stuff taken out of context (pirated/shared) as often as I do other sites, so there’s really not many places to see her other than MC-Nudes itsef- which is probably a good thing.
Anyway, there is something so relatable about her. She’s a hot girl from the supermarket, naked. There’s a maturity about her face, too- she reminds me of a young soccer mom, with a strong sexual edge- whatever that means. What I hope that means, is that she’ll look just as good twenty years from now, not for personal reasons, of course. I mean, I’ll probably never meet her. Not the point. I suspect that young women with beautiful mature aspects retain them longer than women who look younger than they are- and then change dramatically as they age. There are a few sets of Misha available through. I hope they keep coming- or she shows up on another site. I definitely want to see her do more with her legs.
For the past few weeks I’ve been watching wrestling documentaries. As it turns out, the WWE pretty much owns all of wrestling now. What’s so fascinating to me is how the sport evolved from numerous, competitng, regional promotions. There is one thing, though, that rustles my jimmies a bit. In the narraration and interviews, the wrestlers and commentators refer to previous incarnations of the WWE as just that: the WWE. They are in essence retconning, or rewriting history, in a typical prisoner of the moment fashion. So, for instance, Hulk Hogan might say, “So, when I joined the WWE in 1983…” and so on. Wait a minute. You didn’t join the WWE- it was called the WWF. What the fuck are you talking about? It would be like in history documentary, a historian saying Julius Caesar was the Emperor of Italy- or the Italian Empire. That’s just inaccurate and wrong.
The Roman Empire has about as much to do with modern Italy as Genghis Khan has to do with modern day Mongolia, or Native American tribes have to do with the United States of America. Maybe even less so in the case of Native Americans since they actually existed at the same time as the current U.S. government. Andre the Giant never had anything to do with the WWE in its current form, though Vince McMahon would have you believe so.
For the sake of argument though, the wrestling promotion in the north east territory was originally called the WWWF (World Wide Wrestling Federation) which is stupid in itself because “Wide” is inncorrectly used in this instance. That’s neither here nor there, though. Point is: okay, you’re not going to say John Cena is a part of the WWWF just because that’s the company’s original name. It’s simple though, and if there’s confusion, so be it. You refer to the company as it was referred to when you were a part of it. You don’t say the WWE competed with Jim Crockett productions for Washington D.C. promotions. You say the WWF or WWWF did, or whatever the case may be, as it was at the time. The WWE didn’t change the landscape of wrestling per se- it was the WWF.