We’re not celebrities so we don’t tweet topless pics of ourselves or worse — risk having them leaked. But still, if you take a topless photo of yourself, famous or not, you should consider the possibility that someday, somehow, it may surface for the entire world to see. Why not make the best of it? If you’re going to bother taking your clothes off for a sexy photo session, you might as well make sure it’s a good one.
“The Newsroom”‘s Allison Pill learned a hard lesson yesterday when she accidentally tweeted a topless photo of herself. After blasting her naked tatas to 13,000+ followers, Pill tweeted an apology: “Yep. That picture happened. Ugh. My tech issues have now reached new heights, apparently. How a deletion turned int a tweet … apologies.” The only thing she should be apologizing for is her pose. Let this be a lesson to us all. When taking topless photos DON’T lay on your back. Why? It flattens you out.
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Whoopsies! “The Newsroom”‘s Allison Pill accidentally tweeted a topless photo of herself with glasses. After blasting her tatas to her 13,000+ followers, Allison Pill tweeted an apology: “Yep. That picture happened. Ugh. My tech issues have now reached new heights, apparently. How a deletion turned int a tweet … apologies.” No need to apologize, Allison! We all rather quite enjoy it. But a friendly hint from me to you: laying on your back is not the best way to take a topless photo. Just sayin’. (See the NSFW version after the jump!) [Gawker]
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