Farrah Fawcett's Sexy Swimsuit Donated to Smithsonian: Here Are 5 More Sexy Artifacts
The sexy red swimsuit that college students in the '70s dreamed about is now an official part of the historical record. Farrah Fawcett's iconic red swimming garb, immortalized on posters that hung in dorm rooms everywhere, was donated to the Smithsonian by her longtime boyfriend Ryan O'Neal yesterday. The poster sold 8 million copies in its heyday and was the masturbatory fodder of millions of people everywhere. The swimsuit joins a Kermit the frog puppet, Julia Child's kitchen, and Dorothy's red slippers in the popular entertainment collection. What sexy objects of today are sure to end up in the Smithsonian?
The Kim Kardashian and Ray J Sex Tape Sometimes we forget why the most famous Kardashian is even famous at all. Then we pop in our old copy of this tape and it only takes a second to remember why. It's the butt people, check it out.
The video has been watched more than 340,604,011 times (and counting!) which has to make it one of the most widely viewed pieces of film EVER. The singer who never wears pants or anything normal actually looked pretty sexy in this red outfit. Props to Gaga, this one belongs in the collection for sure.
Britney Spears' Purple Teletubby Before K-fed and any head shaving, Britney Spears was smoking hot and barely legal. This cover of Rolling Stone was something of a debate but is unarguably hot. Her Teletubby is the stuff of legend.
Katy Perry's Whipped Cream Shooting Bra Katy Perry wore this special undergarment in her "California Gurls" music video and people have been buzzing about it ever since. A bra that shoots whipped cream? Sexy statement maker for sure.
Sarah Palin's Glasses No matter what you think of her policies, you've got to admit she has a pretty hot pair of specs. When she first entered the political spectrum comparisons to Tina Fey were aplenty. Everyone wanted to talk about the "Caribou Barbie" on the scene. Tracy Morgan certainly thinks she's good looking.
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