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Monday, 18 October 2010

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Kim says she is still angry at Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for making Miles Austin break up with her.

HOLLYWOOD - Kim Kardashian recently posed in the nude in W Magazine. The famous member of the Kardashian sisters says that she wanted to get her 'nude posing' out before her 30th birthday, (Oct. 21, 2010).

Kim said that she feels self-conscious, especially when she realizes that it is taking longer and longer to get certain parts of her body airbrushed.

When reminded that nearly every woman who poses in the nude gets airbrushed, Kim giggled and said that she knows, but that there are just too many individuals out there who would see her and say things like, 'hey I know there is some cellulite on her thighs,' or 'hmmm her knockers aren't quite as nubile or as pert as they are in the photo,' or 'okay, now where did the butt sagging go?'

Kim, who until recently was dating Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin, says that she really misses Miles. She is quick to add that Austin had to break up with her due to a written directive from Dallas owner Jerry Jones.

SIDENOTE: Kim Kardashian has said that although she will no longer be posing in the nude she will still continue to pose wearing extremely provocative lingerie and hopes that men from 18 to 98 will still look at her as the sexy, sensuous, erotically sexy goddess that she is.

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