Men's Polaroid Tee

$35.00

Keep the Suicidegirls close to you all day long with the one of a kind Men's Polaroid Tee Shirt! Featuring actual photos taken during the Burlesque tour, this shirt puts you front row and center to all action! Made from 100% cotton, this tee is almost as comfortable as it is stylish and you'll be the life of any party! Because really, what's cooler than a shirt with a bunch of half naked girls on the front? Yeah, we can't think of anything either.

Today I had the BEST SG SUNDIES EVER @rambo @lyxzen @missy! I got together with the super beautiful and heavily tattooed @lexirae who shot her new hopeful set today, the artistic mega babe @dk and the uber pretty and talented Hopeful Photographer @merryboudoir .

I met all these beautiful women through SG and couldn't be more thankful for having them in my life! I love...
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louisthescoot:
wow
dch:
I'm like.... 3..no..4...no..1..no 2...fuck it...cuddles.

I've chose this topic because I want to share with my favourite songs. Thank you @MISSY and@RAMBO for these homeworks! (:

This song is like travelling into the past... When I played tibia...



I used to use this song to do sport! (:



This song was the first song that I heard by Rob Zombie, I could hear again and agan and again... Hahaha

I...
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zailan:
I can agree when I first heard of White Zombie, I think it was Thunder Kiss '65. I think Soilwork did a couple of videos like light the torch.
freakme:
Great list! Hard to believe Flyleaf is a Christian band! Light The Torch is a fucking awesome vid!

This weeks @bloghomework is so random and cute, I love it! @missy @rambo and @lyxzen ask us to post our favorite memes/gifs/etc!

This gave me a chance to play around on the internet and look up some funny and adorable photos. Who doesn't love that?! So here you have it, a small collection of some photos, memes and gifs that bring a...
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sharlyn:
@jacinto2 in France, a Big mac is called a Big mac, but a Quarter Pounder is called a Royal Cheese.
aniston:
Omg pumpkin spikes latte I can't 😂😂❤️

Well, this is my cat, I found and rescue near my school three years ago, when she was only born one week with my care and love could see it grow, because without my help she would die. Today this huge and watch it grow is a pleasure for me.

I wanted to show how smart she is. YES! She can open the doors of...
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crowneff:
@ivylina yeees is my bae and i love her too much !! <3 @aniston had the luck that day to record it on video!! >< its amazing! 
kevinmaxwell:
It's the same with Stuart, he is also very smart...but he thinks he's a dog. :)

#Playlist homework

Blog Post By missy

Can't wait to hear all of your sexy time mixes! Been so much fun hearing all of your get ready mixes.

Here is my playlist homework for this week.

#SuicideGirls sexy time

The xx - Chained

FKA Twigs - Two Weeks

Beyonce - Rocket

Anya Marina - Whatever You Like

The Weeknd - Wicked Game

p.s honorable mentions

Dej Loaf - Me Hennessy & u

HVOB - Ghost

Sonic Youth - Bull...
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lollitaa:
Fka Twigs is a godessssss
ivylina:
This is the best playlist for watching sets! Oh my, I just can't stop listening to those songs over and over again

Since I've been a little away from the site cause I've been with a lot of things in my work and my life.. I want to commit to participate in the Blog Homework and so become more active.

@missy and @rambo ask about the video games currently playing, and I adored this question. I am very new at video games.. well, I was...
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ivylina:
I started plaing Never Alone a few weeks ago, it's very beautiful and sweet game, but I got bored after some time :( Does it get more exciting to the end?
flarilicious:
It's very sad to hear that @ivylina.. I have played very little and paused it cause I want to try it with my boyfriend being the artic fox.. I just did the first chapter alone.. I will tell you if ot gets more exciting ;)

Hello,
I'm aware that this homework was due for 4/3 but I couldn't do it back then but I'm writing it now so you all can know me a little better :) Thank you! @MISSY @RAMBO @LYXZEN
1. I live with four dogs, a cat and a rat :) I love animals!
2. I don't fancy short hair because when I was
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stelara:
@ALIOSHA77 : that's great! I'm glad you've been able to control migraines, I take medication for 3 or 4 years ago and I'm much better :)
aliosha77:
@stelara and I'm glad that now you are much better, too!:-)

@bloghomework So... @missy and @rambo wanted to know about who inspires our fashion sense. I am going to be straight with this, in my case it really is a contradiction. There are two figures I adore to death: Frida Kahlo and Coco Chanel (I have still a long way to go in order to be as classy as her but I want to think I
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Hypermobility

Blog Post By _raye

Thank you @suicidegirls for featuring me on the official Facebook page last night! Through reading the comments on that post it was brought to my attention that apparently me being double jointed is a lot more unnattractive than I realized to a lot of people. I've tried to be conscious of the way my limbs bend out in my modeling, but honestly not too
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kevinmaxwell:
Incredible
skyylar:
Umm who could say anything negative about that photo?! The comments I've seen on social media are really discouraging.

Thankyou to @missy @rambo and @lyxzen for setting @bloghomework this as i know exactly what tickled me the most yet made my heart melt so this is EASY!!! :D

Im sorry it's a screenshot but i saw this a few weeks ago 6am in bed and oh goodness had to try soooo hard to laugh quietly!

Ahhhh just look at his little face!!! Zoom
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suispud1:
Made my day. 
ivylina:
ahahahahahhaha that cat is amazing!! And boys stealing girls' glasses and trying them on is such a universal thing!! ahahahahha

Hi lovelys!! Recently I discovered that fantastic thread and I want tell you something about me, so i will begin with 10 facts about me! @lyxzen @rambo @missy

1> My passion are videogames. Since i was little, i was interested on videogames. My first game was Pokemon "Pikachu Special Edition" Im very freak and I usually spend my free time playing. A few ago, i
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shoki8:
I have a Triforce inside my palm.  Zelda.  Electro has changed my life.
meridith:
Wow!! Im going to tattoo Majoras Mask this month! :) @shoki8

MLB GAME DAY 2015

Group Thread in baseball
yceberg324

“The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings.” – A. Bartlett Giamatti

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Melissa Mayeux loves Derek Jeter, is a badass

By Louis Bien

@louisbien on Jul 2, 2015, 10:48a +

Melissa Mayeux became so many things overnight -- a global symbol for women's sports, an ambassador for European baseball -- that it's easy to forget that, deep down, she's just a teenager.

Melissa Mayeux entered American consciousness suddenly on a Monday when MLB.com's Lindsay Berra reported that the French teen had become the first woman ever added to the MLB international registration list, making her eligible to be signed by an MLB team. Mayeux was caught off-guard, too -- not by the news, necessarily, but by the reaction.

She told France 24 that she expected maybe "an article would be written about it for the French baseball federation's website." Instead, it became a major news story, particularly in United States. Mayeux was overwhelmed by the response -- she saw SB Nation's roundtable on the importance of her eligibility -- and although she admits that she never set out to be a symbol for women, she's happy about the attention.

Baseball is still a niche sport in France and throughout Europe. Mayeux was fortunate to grow up in Montigny-le-Bretonneux, a Paris satellite that has one of the nicest baseball diamonds on the continent, thanks to an ambitious former mayor who knew little about the sport, except that it symbolized "the idea of the American dream."

That silly vanity project may have a greater influence than anyone could have predicted if Mayeux goes on to advance the narrative of women competing in men's sports and help grow baseball's foothold in Europe. Emphasis on if, because even Mayeux -- especially Mayeux -- is quick to note that she has long way to go before she should even entertain the thought of playing professional baseball with the boys.

But there's no question she's off to a great start. After taking part in an MLB-sponsored hitting camp in Germany, she'll represent France as a member of the under-18 national team at the European baseball championship in the Czech Republic. From there, she'll play on the senior French women's team at the European softball championship, then take part as one of just four French players at MLB's European Elite Camp in the Netherlands in August.

Mayeux is enjoying the ride. For now, she doesn't mind towing the large bandwagon behind her.

Mayeux found time to answer questions from SB Nation over email while she was in Germany. She discusses following MLB from afar, her love for Mo'ne Davis, her favorite player (Ouai Jeets!), the disgrace of the designated hitter and how she's managing the sudden expectations of millions of onlookers. Responses translated from French.

How did you become interested in baseball? Through your family? How did your family pick up baseball?

I became interested in baseball because my older brother, Dylan, became passionate about the sport when he was five while passing by a field where a game was being played. I went to his practices with the club team for the city of Montigny-Le-Bretonneux (initials MLB!) and, at the age of three-and-a-half, fought with my mother to let me out of the stroller and let me practice with him. The game teaches great values, and my family quickly became passionate about it.

Do you also play typically "French" sports? Why baseball over those?

I don't know if there is a typically "French" sport. Cycling? Maybe thèque, a distant ancestor to baseball. There is pretty much every sport imaginable in this country. But to have fun or at school, I don't really play other sports other than baseball and softball. I manage pretty well at soccer, but baseball opened my eyes from the beginning. I didn't really give much thought to other possibilities.

Is baseball viewed as a "boys" sports like it is in the United States?

In France, the rules are that between ages 12 and 15 girls must be steered towards softball. I think that separation goes back a long time, without any explanation or justification. I was lucky that the president of the Fédération Française de Baseball et Softball and my coaches noticed my potential, which gave me an exemption to play with the boys. Some were deeply opposed to those who just trying to let me pursue my dream. Little by little, the rules were eased back within our national federation, then at the European level. That said, baseball remains, essentially, a male sport.

Was it ever weird to be playing with boys, or has it always felt normal?

I have always liked and found it absolutely normal to play with and against boys. On the field, I'm no longer Melissa Mayeux: I become a baseball player like anyone else. Baseball runs in my veins. It's the only thing that matters to me.

A lot of people here have already written how cool it is what you're doing. Is the reaction similar in France? Are you aware that you're generating attention overseas?

In France, baseball is still under-developed compared to football, rugby, judo, handball or cycling. Even reading newspapers, some still say, "Wait, we also play baseball in France?", without knowing that the federation was created during the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris and even practiced in Paris since the end of the 19th century. That surprises many on this side of the Atlantic.

I know that it has generated a lot of debate in the United States, but I admit that it seems a little abstract. All I can say is that to be on the eligibility list is a step in the right direction. All the better if it can help this great sport and encourage people to play or help the federation or academy find sponsors for youth programs.

Do you think about being a symbol for women at all?

I'm hesitant to perceive myself as a symbol of anything. Not because of ego, but because I'm just a 16-year-old girl who is still going to high school and who is practicing a sport out of passion. I can easily understand some of the messages one might want to associate with my actions. I'm going forward because of my passion, and if I can help those who would like to take the same route, that would make me happy. I am aware that this could help change attitudes. And why not? I find that a lot of women are true warriors on the field, with minds of steel. Some women, like Eri Yoshida [the first female drafted by a Japanese professional team], who I met in Japan, or Justine Siegal [first woman to throw MLB batting practice and coach a men's pro baseball team], who held a conference in Paris two years ago, are clearly symbols for me.

What are you goals? Simply play at a high level? Play in the World Baseball Classic?

Ultimately, my goal was that someone lets me play baseball for as long as possible. Today, when I achieve one goal, I create a new one. That's how I function. I work hard each day at the baseball academy in Toulouse. I do the most that I can to keep getting better. It's not easy to balance this daily discipline with my school work, especially while boarding very far from my parents. Fortunately, I have very attentive coaches and great friends. Baseball here is like a big family. To wear the colors of Team France during the next World Baseball Classic qualifier with Eric Gagné as manager, to play in MLB, to join a minor league team, all that seems so far ... but it still makes me smile to think about it. If I could earn a scholarship at an American college or university after I finish high school, that would be awesome. When I stop playing, I would like it to be my personal decision and not because someone told me no.

Have you given thought to playing softball, or is it important to you to stick with baseball?

I am playing on the French softball team at the same time, and I enjoy that too. We have a lot of fun. But all the same, I prefer the little ball.

You're actually the second female baseball player to cause a lot of attention in the United States recently. Have you heard of Mo'ne Davis?

I heard about Mo'ne Davis' performances through the news, and obviously I loved her story. I was really impressed, having been on the mound for so long. During that time, a lot of my friends told me "Look, you're not alone!" and that idea was comforting. I can't imagine one day getting that much media attention. I simply hope that a day will come that we no longer look at girls like extra-terrestrials.

Who is your favorite player? Favorite shortstop, past and present?

My favorite player is Derek Jeter. Well, it was. I'm having trouble with this answer since he retired. But if he has a little time now, I would love if he comes to France one day, to the Toulouse academy, to give us some advice. (Please, Captain!)

Who would you like to style your game after?

I'm not looking to imitate anyone. Each plays according to his style and his ability. I think the most important thing, is to be one's self. What matters to me is to be confident on the diamond.

Do you follow MLB? How?

I follow a lot of the news on social networks and the site of MLB. When I was younger, I could pass hours on the Internet watching and breaking down videos on hitting and game techniques. I also watch TV when games are being retransmitted. It's a real treat but it's difficult with the time difference, especially when there is only one channel that broadcasts in France.

How do you feel about the designated hitter in the AL?

I have been a pitcher and I would never let someone hit in my place. I think that answers the question.

How do you feel about players who like to have fun on the field, like Yasiel Puig, against how many people think baseball should "traditionally" be played?

I've had the chance to meet and play with or against players from a lot of different places, to be trained by a lot of different coaches, and to go experience baseball in Japan or Cuba. I sincerely think there isn't one right way to play baseball. Some make it a little more of a spectacle, add a little spice. Each culture appropriates the sport in its manner. For now, we are sharing the influences of Americans, Canadians (a lot of Quebecois come to play in France), the Japanese (under the influence of Yoshio Yoshida [manager of the French national team from 1989-1995]) and Latin Americans. It's not simple but I'm convinced that if baseball continues to grow in France, we would be capable of developing our proper style of game, like we have, for example, with rugby.

mmch9:
^ longest comment ever on SG