November 11, 2008 "If anyone young is reading this, go, right this minute, put on a bikini and don't take it off until you're 34."
She has published three books—The bikini Book , American Style , and In the Spirit of the Hamptons .
But one of the most fun times making this movie was when we were judging the bikini contest.
The whole point of being a pageant queen is to trot around in your bikini to be ogled at while feigning sexual naiveté.
In one picture Kate is pulling down her bikini bottoms and William appears to be rubbing sun cream into her lower back.
bikini in 1946 was the scene of the first peacetime tests of atomic weapons.
In 1946, Morrison obtained plover in nuptial plumage at bikini on May 3.
None of the rather fantastic things you predict followed Hiroshima, Nagasaki or bikini.
The first of these surveys was conducted near Eniwetok and bikini.
Morrison obtained a series of birds at bikini in April and May, 1946.
"low-waisted two-piece women's bathing suit," 1948, from French coinage, 1947, named for U.S. A-bomb test of June 1946 on Bikini, Marshall Islands atoll, locally Pikinni and said to derive from pik "surface" and ni "coconut," but this is uncertain. Various explanations for the swimsuit name have been suggested, none convincingly, the best being an analogy of the explosive force of the bomb and the impact of the bathing suit style on men's libidos (cf. c.1900 British slang assassin "an ornamental bow worn on the female breast," so called because it was very "killing").
Bikini, ce mot cinglant comme l'explosion même ... correspondant au niveau du vêtement de plage à on anéantissement de la surface vêtue; à une minimisation extrême de la pudeur. [Le Monde, 1947]As a style of scanty briefs, from 1960. Variant trikini (1967), with separate bra cups held on by Velcro, falsely presumes a compound in bi-.