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The glitterati

“Lady” Sandra Bates

Lady Sandra BatesThis voluptuous art dealer and public relations consultant goes by the name “Lady Sandra” and claims to have been “born in The Playboy Club”. She auditioned for Big Brother 2009 and drinks champagne for breakfast. Of life, this rather eccentric sort states: “I’m a very, very happy lady”. How terribly swell.

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6 comments on ““Lady” Sandra Bates”

  1. I recall my days trading in Zambia. An African woman with droopy hanging tits similar to Lady Sandra was desperately seeking a bra to fit her. After searching for months and finding her bra size. The African woman could not contain her excitement. She looked the bra over and threw it back on the counter, stating she did not want it. I was very confused and asked her why not. She stated ” look made in Britain. “So what I replied” She replied ” I will rather hang with Kenneth Kaunda than swing with Harold Wilson.
    Hanging tits and all, she was a lady with firm principles.

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