Mayfair Volume 08

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For some reason the colours and contrasts of this cover page of Mayfair remind me of a chocolate manufacturer but that's a law suit waiting to happen so I'll leave that thought there. Celeste Le Grande, the first girl in this months issue is wearing one of those bras that completely see through and has no wires. I've never been a fan of those, apart from of course when I was at school and use to wait avidly for my mum's latest edition of her Littlewoods catalogue. The car article covers Morgan but focuses on the 3 wheeler versions. When I was a kid I could never see the point... But now! That new Morgan Aero is mega. Now if you use to get your kicks with Pans People, and Ruth was my favourite then this month Mayfair have Nadja. She's not in Pans People but she's wearing a pair of tight white hot pants and white under the knee boots and that is so Top Of The Pops. Finally, you'll never believe this but Carrie that luscious cartoon girl has only tripped over on a patch of ice and all her blue see through knickers are showing.
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This months issue back then was priced at 30p which was the same price as a pack of 20 Piccadilly fags; I use to smoke them back then and I remember. Surprisingly the audited circulation for Mayfair was 271,042 so that's 271,042 multiplied by 0.30p plus the advertising which comes to approximately... I don't give a fuck, pour me another vodka and tonic and send out for another load of birds. Oh Fuck! Susan on page 45 has got a pair of olive green platform knee boots on and if you're my age you'll remember these the top of the boot sort of kissed the top of the knee. Susan's got these on and on the first shot she's put one leg on top of the other and you can see that knicker gap. I fucking lived for that shot. I started this month off with Piccadilly fags at 30p and as this month closes I notice at the back of the mag that Slim Kings where 26 and half a pence for 20... did that really make much difference. How much did you get paid when this mag was brand new?
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I know its a cliche but today I can sell you this magazine on one article. The Steam Train Scrapyard. I've seen this place on television, its in Barry in Wales and back then the guy bought all the old steam trains as they became redundant and scrapped them and here in Mayfair this month is an article about his business. I've always thought that judo suits were always loose fitting and to end this months mag, Carrie proves it but unfortunately she's not wearing any knickers underneath when it comes off.
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I was a bit lost on this months issue in my attempt to entice you down memory lane until right at the end of the mag I came across the Carrie cartoon, which threw me over the edge. St Trinians begins to describe it but St Trinians with the best pantie shots that they never did does it more justice. God that's horny.
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If you've ever wondered why it takes me so long to update what's inside the magazines well here's a perfect example of what happens. This is Mayfair Volume 8 number 5 and as I flip through the pages, I eventually arrive at page 13 and see an ad for Lee Cooper jeans. Now I've got to start searching on Google to find out about Lee Cooper and wonder why they don't exist anymore. Then I end up on YouTube playing 1970's classic tunes going way back when... However all that shite is forgotten by the time I flick over to page 26 and look at the knockers on 42 inch Barbara Jane in a polka dot jump suit with this huge pair of massive big (are you getting it yet) heavy; fuck it - tits. Forget them! You'll never guess what's on page 60... A pen and ink drawing of a Lotus Europa.
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Can do better. No wonder I've got 6 copies in stock. Even Carrie is below par.
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Flip the front page and on the inside cover is an advert for an MGB. The plate is an 'L', so go on bearing in mind that BL are likely to be putting their latest car on the pages of Mayfair what year would you put this edition of Mayfair to be? The car costs £1393.06 but number plates and seat belts are extra, its got a max speed of 109mph and it does zero to 50 in 8 seconds. Mind you the bird advertising it has got a yellow t-shirt on denim jacket and jeans and no bra so her nipples are sticking out bigger than the MG's wheel nuts. Clive McLean has a cracking start to a photo set in this issue with Clare who's an air hostess. On the first shot she's just stepping off a bus with one leg perched high showing lots of thigh missing that vital upskirt shot. On the second shot she's bending down checking her bag but the camera is to far away to seal that knicker shot. When you turn the page the uniform is gone and the set becomes bland. Bad show. Carrie's on a lilo again a bit bland and to assist our overseas readers if the MGB car is carrying an L plate then that means that the car is a 1973/1974 model.
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Cataloguing the editions of Mayfair is made easier for me as I'm working from the original office copies of Mayfair which I purchased from the company when they stop trading. The magazines, my working copies are in bound volumes so as I finish one issue I move on to the next cover and so on. As I've moved in this case from Vol 8 No 7 to number 8 I notice on the back page of Vol 8 number 7 an advert for Wrangler jeans. So for this write up my trivia question is why are Wrangler jeans favoured by people who ride horses? This months cover girl is Nanette Dundek now apart from her name not being English I can tell that this cover shot was not taken in the British Isles. The reason why I can be so certain is because its NOT PISSING DOWN with rain. Now, on page 45 we have Stephanie Mclean whose an absolute peach of a girl and in this shoot she's photographed by her husband Clive. The question is who so she run away with and marry??? Forgetting the question you need to buy this magazine just to look up her skirt as she sits on a set of steps; its absolutely a perfect shot of what you could have seen as you walked by and saw a girl just like her sat there. And to close it up starting with Wrangler. Wrangler jeans had no seams on the inside of the leg so they didn't rub when sat on your horse. Steph went on to live with the motorcycle ace Barry Sheene who was taken from us in his 50's (such a young age) and he's a person I remember watching on the race track when life was just no problems and fucking great.
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I'm not happy with this issue there's not much that excites me to write much. The Don Lawrence versions of Carrie don't help I can see he's trying and it may be the law that stops him getting their but he just can't get the upskirt or bent over panty view right. If it works for you then buy it but for me; no.
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Its October and the price of Mayfair rises from 30p to 35p but to ease the pain you could have a drink of Cossack vodka. I'm not sure if I've got this right but wasn't Cossack a hairspray for men? On page 51 Clive has photographed Linda and you can actually see how leg warmers (the 80's) are going to come into fashion because Linda has got a pair of knitted white socks on that are more or less the same thing. Okay, now. Take a look at the Carrie set from this issue and look at the last sketch. Carrie is sat on the London Tube on a guys knee with two guys looking up her skirt. You can see it starting to gel here there's no panties but you can see that something in the way of a sexy shot is starting to brew.
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Well its all much of a sameness but on page 90 Gordon's Gin run an ad with a lady ice skater going to grab a bottle of their gin and in one shot as she's floating through the air its a perfect upskirt. Her thighs are nice and wide with plenty of shape, she's got a tan line and the panties are pulled perfectly tight with the skirt just at the right level to make it naughty. Plus; Carrie starts to get it right as the hockey match goes a little wrong and the bums go up in the air with the knickers in clear view.
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It doesn't take long for people to catch on. In Vol 8 No 3 of Mayfair I talked about the grave yard for old steam trains and in the final issue from 1973 Mayfair write an article on those wonderful people who got together to save the fabulous steam age from dying and went back to Barry in Wales to buy some of the old engines and bring them back to life. That's a good and worthwhile read; especially if you wear an anorak. I do apologise if some of my jokes don't hit home with my overseas visitors but I've no doubt that the Brits who read these write ups will chuckle, or as it happens cry and wonder why it all had to change. To apologise once again but guys the last girl in this issue is from Crackajack!!! If that was your bag then Suzette will work for you.
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