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God...I'm going back into dial up based memories.

I think "Terra Fantacland" - was that it? I'm probably butchering it. She had a Geocities site?
 

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Apologies for digging up an older thread, I just stumbled upon it.
Before I even knew what the Internet was, I remember seeing AnnMarie (and AJ) on a talk show hosted by Gordon Elliott. I wanna say around 1994? It's literally the day I became comfortable with my preference. I was going to college in the south then, it was my senior yr. After that I moved to NYC in '95 and went to a few Goddess' dances. Had some great encounters and dated several BBW I met there. Even met Camryn Manheim there one night, she asked why a young guy like me was there? I was 22 and felt like a kid in a candy store, those are cherished memories.
As for the first Internet BBW personality I remember, well, as a print Dimensions subscriber by then, it was probably a website listed in the magazine for one of the cover models. I really can't recall, but I remember how awesome the wannabees section of the dims website was back then.
Hard to believe that was 17 years ago.
 

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Apologies for digging up an older thread, I just stumbled upon it.
Before I even knew what the Internet was, I remember seeing AnnMarie (and AJ) on a talk show hosted by Gordon Elliott. I wanna say around 1994? It's literally the day I became comfortable with my preference. I was going to college in the south then, it was my senior yr. After that I moved to NYC in '95 and went to a few Goddess' dances. Had some great encounters and dated several BBW I met there. Even met Camryn Manheim there one night, she asked why a young guy like me was there? I was 22 and felt like a kid in a candy store, those are cherished memories.
As for the first Internet BBW personality I remember, well, as a print Dimensions subscriber by then, it was probably a website listed in the magazine for one of the cover models. I really can't recall, but I remember how awesome the wannabees section of the dims website was back then.
Hard to believe that was 17 years ago.
I love that story as much as the first time you told it to me! :)
 

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As far as people that I met I would have to say Belinda with the old Atlanta "Hipsters" crowd. She was a total knockout and had a very warm personality. That creepy rude ass of and on again/off again boyfriend was nothing but a drag on her. I hope she finally rid herself of that man!

As far as fantasy women I would probably put Susie Sparks at the top of my list. After her I would say Roberta Smallwood.
 

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Saw this thread today, and thought if anything deserved a kick back up it was this...

I'm pretty old so go back to the pre-web days and the first BBW that got me interested was probably the famous Bridget in the puzzles and books at Spencer gifts at the mall in the early '70s, but I then went BBW-less for several years until tripping across the delicious Karen Brown (boy I'd love to see her now, I'd guess we are roughly the same age) and Peg Moore in the men's mags. Later, Roberta Smallwood gave me some big wood, and by that time I stumbled online. There I discovered the beautiful Cat, Brie and especially Sugar's Place, where a woman named Elaine was simply stupendous.

Most of these ladies are just pleasant memories now, though I'd love to recent pics of any of them, but the paysite ladies now are equally gorgeous and I tend to favor the more mature ones like Rubie G, Suzie Q and the definition of visual Viagra, Ms. Charlotte!:smitten:
 

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(snip) There I discovered the beautiful Cat, Brie and especially Sugar's Place, where a woman named Elaine was simply stupendous.

Most of these ladies are just pleasant memories now,(snip):
A Monty Python quote seems appropriate right now...

I'm not quite dead yet!

:)
 

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A Monty Python quote seems appropriate right now...

I'm not quite dead yet!

:)
Cat, I know you're not dead so can I move you from pleasant memories to pleasant, well, uh, (sounds like memories)?:rolleyes:
 

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Most of these ladies are just pleasant memories now, though I'd love to recent pics of any of them, but the paysite ladies now are equally gorgeous and I tend to favor the more mature ones like Rubie G, Suzie Q and the definition of visual Viagra, Ms. Charlotte!:smitten:
I've never been compared to visual viagra before! I'm ever so flattered...I think. :p :rolleyes: Hugs and kisses sweetie!
 

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First saw her in a BUF magazine article in the 80s. I know it is not internet but BUF did have an internet site.
 

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Hipsters was an Atlanta based BBW group that hosted parties/dances and, I think, bashes.
 

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^But were they actual hipsters? Or more just kind of making fun of the idea of themselves being taken as such?
 

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^But were they actual hipsters? Or more just kind of making fun of the idea of themselves being taken as such?
Neither. Their logo was a very hippy (wide in the hips) woman in a bikini, I believe. Just a play on the term "hipster".
 
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