The “Bondage” continues with the lovely Miss Olga Kurylenko…
I missed “Talk Like a Pirate Day” so I’ll catch up – “Arrrrrrrghhh, be waaarrrnd’. Thar be nakedness below, maties!”
Oh, yeah – and “Arrrrrrrghhh!”
We are firing a Rule 5 salvo a little earlier this week because:
- I am working on a post about the economy and Olga is far more attractive than the economy – Hell’s bells – Helen Thomas is more attractive than the Obama economy…
- I may have to go to Brazil next week to meet with Shell and BP about my plan to take over the world… posting could be light later this week and all of next.
- See #1
Paraphrasing slightly her IMDB bio:
Olga Kurylenko, a Ukrainian-born actress and model who grew up in poverty sharing a Soviet flat with her aunt, uncle, grandparents and cousin, starred Camille, the co-protagonist and Bond girl opposite Daniel Craig in the latest Bond film, Quantum of Solace. She has also starred opposite Timothy Oliphant in Hitman and Mark Walhberg in Max Payne. She was born Olga Konstantinovna Kurylenko on November 14, 1979, in Berdyansk, Ukraine, Soviet Union.
Olga issues what is quite possibly one of my favorite quotes of all time:
“I’ve never had a problem with nudity. If they want me to strip for Bond, that’s fine!”
I can’t argue with that.
Well, I guess there is one product of the old USSR that I like and here she is: