Big O beats lovin’, say Brit blokes

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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 bon­

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