Su Coco, not to be confused with Coco, cocoa, cocaine, coca cola or chocolate. She’s better than all of those put together and just as addictive.
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Danielle Yu was recommended to me by Travis. Not to be confused with Danielle Yu has been featured here before, way back in ’05, who may or may not be the same Danielle Yu who has some acting credits to her name. Did anyone notice?!? Whew!
Unlike Melanie and Feya, the other two Asian ladies who’ve auditioned for “the program with nothing to hide” and have been previously featured here, Shannon (above, breezing through her audition from a few years back) speaks perfect, unaccented English. In fact, she even sounds sultry while she delivers the “In Focus” look at Brooke Burke and afterwards during her brief (but clothed) interview. Despite that, she also wasn’t chosen to be a nude anchorwoman for Toronto-based Naked News. Go figure.
Kitana Cross is another girl from Travis’s list, which seems to grow longer faster than we can feature them, which is a wonderful problem to have…
It is a great day my friends. A great day. A day that will live in infamy. A day of magnificence and unbelivability. Because I finally get to feature Noriko Kijima (木嶋のりこ). And you know what that means! It means run on sentences and abuse of the grammar. Lots and lots of it.
OH10Kuma recommended beautiful Cosplay girl Iiniku Ushijima, and I’m sure glad he did…
Rosie Tran was oddly enough suggested by Rosie Tran fan, who has a thing for hot, funny Asians. Thanks for the tip…
With all the “Godzilla-mania” going on due to the recently released CGI remake of the 1954 Japanese horror classic, Godzilla (sometimes written as “Gojira” after the Japanese pronunciation), it’s fitting that someone pay homage to the original that spawned the giant monster movies. However, that’s not what this site’s about, so instead, I’m just paying homage here to the film’s lead actress, Momoko Kōchi.
Miss Kōchi played Emiko Yamane, the daughter of the archeologist who finds conclusive evidence of Godzilla and wants to study the creature, rather than destroy it. In the above scene, Emiko decides she must break her promise to keep silent about an Oxygen Destroyer created by her scientist fiancé, whom she doesn’t love or want to marry, and tells what she knows to the salvage ship captain she does love and wants to marry. She reveals what she knows because she realizes, despite her promise and the damage the device can cause, the Oxygen Destroyer is the only thing that can stop Godzilla.