I had no idea she is a Jewess. I have no idea if that word is offensive.
I'm gay to the core, or so I thought, and r6's photo got me rock hard. Shit, she was hot, and love the sexy pubic hair. I want to fuck her. Do I need to turn in my gay card?
I remember her doing a tv ad in the 1970s for the Playboy Club. They ran that ad endlessly on Channel 5 in NYC for weeks and weeks.
Yes, R8, turn in your card and get the fuck out.
Her father was one of the first to import Kiwi's and the family made their fortune.
[quote]WHET Barbie Benton
R12, WHET is classic DL. It's been around here a lot longer than you, obviously, so..... since you don't understand, kindly shut the fuck up.
Oh, dear, you're an ass
Last I saw Barbi (no 'e' please), she was showcasing her tacky multi-million dollar Aspen home on HGTV's "Million Dollar Rooms" -- proving once and for all that money can't buy you taste.
You can watch a clip of it at the site below.
Those D cups went south and her waist line also went south and spread out around Brazil.
I am not sure that I could live in her house BUT she certainly has a point of view. You can't say that it is boring or predictable. It pays attention to every minute detail, which I appreciate. It is clearly a house designed for her with no fucks given to anyone else's opinion. Everything is high quality, even if it is not my taste. Those chairs in the movie room were not only made well but designed to their very last stitch. I would take her house over any of those designer driven showcases. It shows intelligence and personality.
Speaking of Brazil R17, do you think she still sports a full bush? Just curious, no big deal if no one knows.
Yay for R13!
R15/R16 it's not cool to misread.
Get outta here.
R12, no. Her father was named Dr. Marvin Klein, and he lived in Carmichael, California, where she was raised. He helped establish one of the local hospitals, back when doctors did those things.
I'm sure they were quite wealthy. But no on the kiwis.
Barbie and Joan (B)Lunden are childhood friends.
R21, you're hopelessly stupid.
If you don't know "WHET" you're pretty new to datalounge.
[quote]no. Her father was named Dr. Marvin Klein, and he lived in Carmichael, California, where she was raised. He helped establish one of the local hospitals, back when doctors did those things. I'm sure they were quite wealthy. But no on the kiwis.
THERE WERE KIWIS...
In 1969, Dr. Marvin Klein, an obstetrician from Carmichael, purchased the Keene house, along with 250 open acres, in order to fulfill his late wife Helen’s dream of farming kiwis (she called them her “babies") and to share it with his two children, one of whom is Barbi Benton. (Barbara Klein’s stage name was chosen from a list of “suitable” options given her by an agent in 1970, when she appeared in the German movie How Did a Nice Girl Like You Get in This Business?)
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