Who Framed Jessica Rabbit?

Bianca Beauchamp plays Jessica Rabbit in “Who Framed Jessica Rabbit?”

Loading Jessica Rabbit was Framed

There’s a new wabbit who has been drawn to Toontown and she framed Yessica Wabbit (aka Jessica Rabbit) to platex in her latex.

Do 4-pound(1) man-made mammaries bounce better than animated mammaries?

Loading Did you know? Leonardo da Vinci may have metaphorically prophesied of animated cartoons…

It shall seem to men that they see new destructions in the sky, and the
flames descending there from shall seem to have taken night and to flee away
in terror; they shall hear creatures of every kind speaking human language;
they shall run in a moment, in person, to divers parts of the world without
movement; amidst the darkness they shall see the most radiant splendours.
O marvel of mankind! What frenzy has thus impelled you! You shall hold
converse with animals of every species, and they with you in human language.
You shall behold yourselves falling from great heights without suffering any
injury; the torrents will bear you with them as they mingle in their rapid course.

Leonardo da Vinci, “Of Dreaming” from Codex Atlanticus.

Did Leonardo dream of Bugs Bunny and Roger Rabbit 448 years before Max Fleischer? (4)

Transforming Jessica Rabbit into Real Life Angelina Jolie

For Music Monday, Jessica Rabbit Shakes Her Booty to “It’s your Duty”

Footnotes:

(1) Bianca Beauchamp is well known for her fetish and erotic latex modeling.

According to her biography, Bianca has inflated her Chest Cushions as follows:

32C (Natural) to 34B (Natural) to 32C (Silicone Cupcakes) to 32DD (32E-nhanced)

32in. band E size cup = 5 cups ~ 2 cups natural plus 3 cups fake

2 cups x 180 cc/cup = 360 cc x .9g/cc (natural Adipose tissue) = 324 g. x 0.0022046 lbs/gram = .714 lbs + 600cc implant x 1 gram/cc (Silicone) = 600 grams x 0.0022046 lbs/gram = 1.323 lbs = 2.037 lbs per breast or 4.07 lbs per pair.

According to Boobpedia, Bianca recently increased her man-made mounds to 32FF (32G-orgeous) increasing the weight of each Boob to 3.36 lbs or 6.7 lbs per pair.

(2) After fixating on the sexy cartoon, Annette Edwards from Worcester, England fell down the Rabbit hole and spent $16,000 on cosmetic surgery to look like Jessica Rabbit…

(3) Apparently, supermodel Heidi Klum also framed Jessica Rabbit for Maxim. Click Here to view Heidi Rabbit.

(4) From the time when Leonardo started his writings and drawings in 1478 as preserved by sculptor Pompeo Leoni in the Codex Atlanticus to the sound release of My Old Kentucky Home on April 13, 1926.

My Old Kentucky Home, released on April 13, 1926, may have been the first cartoon to use animated dialogue. Animator Max Fleischer and Animator Film Director David Fleischer used an animated dog to ‘speak,’ “Follow the ball, and join in, everybody.”

Steamboat Willie, released on November 18, 1928, has been erroneously credited as the first cartoon to feature synchronized sound, sound that is lip-synched to the animated images.

(5) Fair Use Notice: This post may contain copyrighted material. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, Photos of Bianca Beauchamp and Jessica Rabbit were modified and/or used for the Fair Use of comical commentary. Such material is made available for comical commentary and/or educational purposes only. We believe this constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 of the US Copyright Law.

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Contrarian Comedienne who creates Photoshop Political Satire and comedy.

Posted on June 6, 2011, in Humor, Music Monday, spoof, Titillating Tuesday and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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