Now THAT is a hottie. Damn.
i love her. not her grand daughter tho.. gadia or whatever who cooks every day italian on the food channel
Giada is her granddaughter??? That woman looks like a bobblehead.
Sophia just oozes class to me.
My mom looks like her. True story.
yea, you cant see it in her, but you can on the episodes where her mom comes on (young sofia loren)
according to wikipedia, my mom is a liar. i need to do more research on this.
i’m definitely gay ’cause all i got from that cover of life magazine is that it cost only 35 cents.
James, smoke some weed and then look again. I want to be Sophia when I grow up. Hotness.
April, your killing me today. My mom told me if I ate peanut butter from the jar, I would turn into a peanut and everyone would try and eat me.
The moral of the story, moms are LIARS!
we should start a club.
the My Mom’s a Fuckin’ Liar Club.
First order of business? watermelon seeds.
Can swallowing gum be second order
positively. Also: will my face really freeze like that? and Do the children in China want half of my brussel sprouts?
What about eating cookie dough? I reccomend it’s 3. Oh, and gypsy’s, anybody else’s mother threaten to sell them to the gypsy’s? Anyone?
i don’t think anyone can beat april for the mom horror stories.
…and how in god’s name did they get away with a cover that revealing back in the day?
You probably had to buy it in a paper bag.
i just got this chill or terror, what if my mom reads this and thinks im serious.
mind you, why would my mom read this? i dont think she can use the internet.
i agreee juju cookiedough should be #3
My mom can barely check her email. She totally screwed up her pay pal. I wash my hands of helping her figure it out. I should have threatened to sell her to the gypsy’s, or, gypsies? I don’t feel like googling.
What’s 4? I say we talk about the boogedy man or if your mom preferred, boogey man.
I loved the juxtaposition on the cover… A practically pornographic picture for 1966… and “Assassination in South Africa”…
Uuuhhhh… I became a teenager in the 60’s. It was not as repressed a time as people would like to think (or your parents would like you to believe). Actually, for all our blatent display of the body nowadays, there is less “sex appeal” than there was back then. Artful nudity was actually quite acceptable in many circles, and there was a considered difference between “art” and pornography. Sophisticated people knew the difference. This photo was from a famous photographer’s collection and would have been considered “art”.
None of today’s skinny-assed celebutards in their bikinis can hold a candle to the sheer confidence, sexual power and knowledge Loren expresses in this picture, and never will.