Big O beats lovin’, say Brit blokes
BUSTY blonde Sophie Reade is eyeing up a DESIGNER VAGINA, she has sensationally revealed. The gorgeous former Big Brother star – and today’s Midweek Sport cover girl – reckons she wants surgery to achieve the perfect love-tunnel.
The top-heavy 24-year-old babe revealed: “I embrace cosmetic surgery. Bring it on!
“I want my lips doing a bit at the top. And bit of botox. And I could get a designer vagina.
“Maybe even a pink and fluffy one! That wouldd be fun.”
A fanny-tinkering procedure usually sees a lady’s chuff becoming much tighter and smaller as a result of surgery – something which makes sex a more satisfying experience.
And Sophie, from Manchester, has already had two lots of surgery on her eye-popping boobs. She first improved her all-natural 30EEs back in 2008, when she shot up to a double-F cup.
Sophie, who won Channel 4’s BB back in 2009, went under the knife again in 2011 to take her palmstretching pair to a colossal 30H.
And the chesty pin-up says she is always ogling other girls’ shirt pillows too.
She added: “I love looking at all the babes with beautiful bodies.
“They don’t need massive boobs – they just need to be pert and beautiful.
“I love boobs so much. I’m always on the internet looking at girls’ boobies!” A QUARTER of Brit blokes rate regular orgasms more important than being in love.
And one in six would leave his partner if she failed to satisfy him bed.
But despite sex being crucial to relationships, fewer than half of men and women admit being “very happy” about how often they orgasm.
Research reveals 60% were “very happy” about relationships in general, but the figure fell by 17% for guys and six per cent for women when it came to sex.
Tiredness was the most common cause for not reaching orgasms for both men and women.
Booze was second among fellas, followed by job worries, and self-esteem was the runner-up with women, ahead of “lack of desire.”
A quarter of 3,800 people quizzed felt under pressure to reach orgasm every time they have sex.
As a result 27 per cent of men and 69 per cent of women have faked coming, says sex toy firm bondara.co.uk.