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Chrissy Teigen: Would You?

I try to save myself from dipping into the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit pool except for those special occasions.  With most of the models passionate about action sports, it’s just too easy to pluck some of the hottest women in the world from the pages of the hottest annual magazine issue and ask the question that nearly everyone would answer yes to.  (Insert Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model): Would You?  Yes.  This week however, I couldn’t resist.  After hearing that she used to work at a surf shop, into the SI Swimsuit collection I went.  This week’s Would You? is voluptuous supermodel Chrissy Teigen.

Teigen is a supermodel who is of Thai and Norwegian mix.  Exotic to say the least.  In addition to modeling for Sports Illustrated and other major publications, Teigen has also modeled for Billabong.  Teigen used to work at a surf shop in Huntington Beach, where she was discovered by a talent agent.  Since then she has gone on to become one of the most successful supermodels in the world.

Pros:  Just look at that body.  Damn near perfection.  Imagine those luscious sweater puppies bouncing around.  She’s also engaged to musician John Legend, so clearly she is more into personality than looks.  Plus she isn’t a good swimmer, so she can sit on the beach and take photos of you while you’re surfing.

Cons: She used to work at a surf shop yet doesn’t surf.  Poseur alert.  Plus she’s been with Legend for five years, so unless you’re a talented musician or have a buttload of money, you’re chances of nailing here are not great.

Chrissy Teigen: Would You?

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