Archive for April 20th, 2015

Peter Pan’s A Little Light In The Loafers

Monday, April 20th, 2015

You MUST see: PeterPanPixie’s Fashion Collection:

Once In Love With Amy

Monday, April 20th, 2015

Amy, Before & After amy-mu images4

 Amy Fisher, the “Long Island Lolita”, went to Albion Correctional Facility in a rather dramatic fashion and left in an even more stunning way.

In 1992, Amy, then 17, drove to the home of her boyfriend, Joey Buttafuoco, to tell Mrs. Buttafuoco about her husband’s new romance – Amy. Mrs. B didn’t like the idea very much so the two started discussing the matter. Probably beginning to lose the argument, young Amy whipped out a gun and shot Joey’s wife in the face. End of discussion.

Amy was charged with attempted murder but a plea deal gave her 5-15 years in Albion prison. Like virtually all prisoners, Ms. Fisher did not like her new digs. Unlike most cons, she devised a scheme to check out of the joint.

Amy knew NYS Correctional Officers may not have sexual relations with convicts because they’re wards of the state – even if the prisoners say ‘yes’. Unfortunately, sex acts are not uncommon but are difficult to prove.

And then along came Amy who said ‘yes’ quite a few times and saved the memory of her romances in her panties. On Visitor’s Day, the very clever Ms. Fisher managed to transfer her soiled souvenir to her Mother (“Here, Mom.”) who brought it to a lab for DNA testing. The dumb guard was fired and Ms. Fisher was released from Albion because she was “raped”.  She left the joint in a long, white limousine.

A few years ago,  Ms. Fisher released her first adult video, “Deep Inside Amy Fisher”.  You may see excerpts of the tape by going to Google on the link below.  Amy’s not hard to find – she’s spread out all over the place.

Amy Fisher:

Marilyn Chambers said it best:

Monday, April 20th, 2015

“You can stab a breast in an American film, but you can’t kiss one.”

April 22, 1952 – April 12, 2009

Yes, Marilyn was the woman behind the Ivory Snow box before she was Behind the Green Door.

My best friend, Amy, met the legend at a poster convention.

Two beautiful women.

Marylin Chambers: