Yo_Blue

September 28th, 2017 at 7:32 AM ^

I remember growing up they had just come out with Playboy Playmate puzzles. They came in cans that you had to open with a can opener.  There was a plastic lid to use after you opened the can, but under the plastic was a foldout of what the puzzle looked like.  Well, as kids, of course we raided that section of Hudson's at Westland Mall and stole dozens of the foldouts.  At home I hollowed out the inside of a kids book and kept my stash in there.  Years later, my Mom decided to help out our local elementary school by donating some of my kid books to their library.  I still remember the night she took a call from the school principle informing her that she had donated porn to the school.  It wasn't until years later that I found out that both of them were laughing hysterically during the call.

Mocha Cub

September 27th, 2017 at 11:51 PM ^

That's too bad. I'm glad he won't go to the grave thinking that Johnny "Drama" Chase aka the Monkey Boy was the one that set those chimps loose. RIP Hef may your dick work again without a pill, in heaven.

 

Esterhaus

September 27th, 2017 at 11:51 PM ^

You ignorant slut ...

An acquaintance purchased the former Playboy Mansion/Chicago and converted it into a residence. I never did see the final tab for disinfectants but I bet you could live off that amount very well in, say, Bolivia ...

TheTurtle

September 28th, 2017 at 12:35 AM ^

If you take into account that Playboy started in 1953, that means that the original models were born in 1935 at the latest. If the girls in the original edition had children at 18, then those children had children at 18, we could theoretically see the great-granddaughter of an original Playboy model, or even the great-great-granddaughter if the progenitor of the line were about a decade older, closer to 28 than 18, in a Playboy. That's four or five generations of girls from one direct line that we could have potentially seen at this point over the years.

That's not accounting for the 9 months, give or take, required for birthing, nor the unlikelihood of them all getting pregnant at 18, or the reverse situation that many of the Playboy models were probably knocked up at 13, or the possibility of a daughter in the line being too ugly to be a Playboy model, but I digress. You get the point.

Esterhaus

September 28th, 2017 at 1:01 AM ^

We're talking Playboy Mag and despite what men said at the time, no, it wasn't about the articles. Thankfully few paid attention to the text there, otherwise most would have serious psych problems because a "normal" man depicted in the articles had an eighteen-inch schlong. Fortunately those of us with merely 17.5-inch long weiners learned we could please a woman with even less, say, 16.4-inch stuff and that only a very few men were gifted less (sad for them).

Although the cartoons were pretty funny, too. But there were no math questions!

LongLiveBo

September 28th, 2017 at 12:10 AM ^

Thanks for providing so much knowledge, Hugh. It takes a special man to inspire so many young men to aimlessly wander through the woods in search of images that were once only imagined and dreampt about. For those too young to remember a time before the internet, when young men had to use their imagination and or flip pages of a magazine to realize their dreams, people used to have to hide their collections of magazines, like Hugh's publication, in the woods to avoid the wrath of a mother or the anger of a wife. This encouraged many a young man to hit the woods at the end of the cul-de-sac on a hormone filled mission in the ever worthwhile pursuit of knowledge.

God bless you, Hugh Hefner.

Sam1863

September 28th, 2017 at 5:47 AM ^

Mine were under the carpet in my bedroom closet, under a mountain of piled-up shoes and other crap. Good camouflage.

Hef's got his arms around Patti McGuire, PMOY who married Jimmy Connors, and Sondra Theodore, his main squeeze for a time.

I was an avid "reader." If I'd studied Shakespeare like I studied those old issues, I'd have a Ph.D in English Lit.