The FOY 2004 is still going strong, yet undoubtedly slow. I apologize for this, but you guys (and guyzettes) really need to keep them suggestions coming. Nominate your gal today! Be sure to check out the nomination rules in advance. No biggie.
Jessica Alba is a Californian gal, born in 1981, and you can get all her specs over at JessicaAlba.net! How did she get nominated? Derek McGrupp send me an e-mail imploring me to get her on the list of girls, but he didn’t get much of a description of why, besides: "she’s hot!"
I paid no attention to it at first, since the nomination must follow the agreed procedures, but after a while there I thought why the hell not? and checked her out. Jessica Alba, ladies and gents, is really hot. In addition, she’s a PADI-certified scuba diver. Can’t hurt.
So, that was February, people. We’ve got 10 more to go.
Oh, oh, oh. Don’t forget to drop by this photogallery provided by the Jessica Alba fansite. Great.
I’ve received up to ten nominations for the January girl, and I’m quite happy to announce that I finally ended up with someone not only suitable (see: Princess Leia in last year’s contest) but also around my age. She’s not Norwegian, though, but Canadian. We’re talking about Elisha Cuthbert. Here’s what Pauly wrote in order to get her into the contest:
Elisha Cuthbert… I get weak when I look at her eyes. She has these supple lips that I want to kiss whenever I see them. Her blonde hair entices me… as a Canadian citizen, I think she represents North America. Elisha is the type of girl that your family would love and the kind of girl that all your friends think is cool. She lets you hang out with your mates. Her smiles is infectious. She smells like the morning dew.
Elisha Cuthbert, a.k.a Heesh, was born the 30th of November in 1982, which makes her just about 2 years older than me. She was borned in Canada, and her favourite dishes are seafood pasta. She got the Gemini Awards in 2001 for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series ("Lucky Girl") in addition to being ranked as #57 in Stuff’s 102 Sexiest Women (2002), and #84 in Maxim’s 100 Sexiest Women (2002). But, we’re concerned with Sigg3 dot net’s Female of the Year 2004 and its requirements, aren’t we? Well, I’m happy to say that this gal has been playing in films and TV-series from 1997, including movies like Lucky Girl and The Girl next door. See more at IMDB’s page on Elisha Cuthbert.
If you like more arousing pictures check out a few of the photos I liked the best, the kind of gal I wouldn’t mind buying a cup of coffe. Heh, I even found her autograph on the ‘net:)
That’s January, folks, there are 11 months to go, so keep those suggestions coming. Still, I would like to remind you of the rules, because the nominations not following them are completely ignored by yours truly. Click here to read the rules.
Friends, the nomination of this year’s participants for Female Of the Year has begun. I’ve already received two submissions, good ones too, but they have both ignored the forth rule of this year’s contest: All suggestions and requests to nominees MUST contain a 50-word explanation of why just this woman should be part of the contest.
50 words isn’t much. Damn, this post is more than that.
But don’t miss the 5th rule: The nominee does not have to be a worldstar, but it must be possible to track down at least 1 – one – product the person has produced or participated in producing.
Why am I so demanding? It’s simple! In order to have the best Female of the year contest on the web! I am going to present all the selected nominees in ordnung, do a little researh on them to really get under their skin. Something I learned from last year’s contest.. our winner has nudepix on the net, and I didn’t see them until after the election. So I’ve decided to learn more about the femmes suggested, so that I honestly can say that they’re worthy of having their face (and/or body) on my frontpage for the entire coming year!
But don’t pull back! This is still a feature for and by the user!
So keep them suggestions a-flowing!
One could say that we’re lagging three months behind. We’re coming into April soon and I still haven’t presented you with the first nominee. What can I say? We’re building up pressure here to keep you excited just until the last moment.. kind of like an orgasm, wouldn’t you agree? Stay tuned for soon-to-come January Female.
As of today, right now, I declare that the Female of the Year contest of 2004 is officially opened. For those of you who haven’t been following last year’s competition, you could do a little catching up by reading the female 2003 category, or at least check out this post: A new feature (August 24th,03).
There are a couple of rules applied that you all should be aware about:
- None of last year’s nominees can be nominated this year. The same applies to last year’s winner. (Check the list here)
- There can only be 12 women in the final contest, one for each month.
- All the nominees must be women. If in doubt, I’ll ignore the suggested person.
All suggestions and requests to nominees MUST contain a 50-word explanation of why just this woman should be part of the contest.
- The nominee does not have to be a worldstar, but it must be possible to track down at least 1 – one – product the person has produced or participated in producing.
- When the final voting begins it is I who decide when it is finished, but a date (which can be changed!) will be presented in advance.
- The rules may be changed as we go along as a results of any complications that could occour.
- The votes passed using my dedicated poll-system are the only ones that counts. DO NOT E-MAIL ME YOUR VOTE
- Have fun!
Without further ado, I urge you to get buissy! Suggest a female!
EDIT: Rule Number 3 has been removed from the competition.