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Do Drink, Do Smoke, What Don’t You Do? June 15, 2015

Wanton British harlots, unabashedly modeling 1928's latest swimsuits, powdering their noses, and smoking

Wanton British harlots, unabashedly modeling 1928’s latest swimsuits, powdering their noses, and smoking

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15 Responses to “Do Drink, Do Smoke, What Don’t You Do?”

  1. Brett Says:

    They really started to let loose in the ’20s. Sort of wonder where things would have evolved to but for the Depression.

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  2. Only one of them seems to be “working” for the camera. 😉

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  3. markbialczak Says:

    These women are all smoke-stacked, Kerbey, indeed.

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  4. Dave Says:

    Whenever I’m looking at pics like this, I have an “aha” moment like I recognize someone, and then I realize that in black-and-white photos, and with flappers all dressing the same, it’s almost impossible to tell them apart. I think the best place to hide would be as a flapper in a 1920’s or 30’s photo. No one would ever find you!

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  5. Paul Says:

    I think that I’d steer clear of that crew. Just bit too aware of how they look to others. I guess the right word would be affected. Yet is is wonderful photo Kerbey. Whenever I see anything like that I think of Gatsby.

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  6. Benson Says:

    Wanton harlots. Would they have a higher opinion of un-wanton harlots?

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  7. Subtle innuendos follow. Mr. Ant would have felt at home with the ladies.

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  8. Mustang.Koji Says:

    One of them could pass for Jenner when he was younger. 🙂 But that’s how life was, wasn’t it?

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  9. Adrian B Says:

    Nice picture Kerbey. Shic hats.

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