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X marks the spot

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What do you guys think of this pic from my latest shoot with Digital Fabrik? I LOVE it! So fun and sexy. Sometimes candids are the best. 🙂

Leaving for Hedo with Young Swingers Week on Saturday! I wrote a few Flex Appeals and some NITS. We have a ton of other great segments planned for you guys. Can’t wait!

If you can’t make the trip out to Jamaica, don’t worry. You can enjoy vicariously through me if you’re following me on:

  1. Twitter for UNCENSORED pics
  2. Facebook just because
  3. Instagram for censored pics WITH filters! yay!

 


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39 Responses to “X marks the spot”
  1. Rodd says:

    Before you go, why don’t you post your uncensored bootylicious … ass ?

  2. Dean says:

    Hi Eila,
    Yes, we notice the results of your training for the fitness contest. Your abs have more resolution and your waist line has shrunk. Keep up the good work and we hope you win!

    Dean, Las Vegas NV

  3. Christian says:

    Hi Eila,
    I subscribed already several times to the Naked News Web Site over the past months. I saw that yourself and most other anchors have their pubic hair completely shaven. It is required to remove the pubic hair to do the shows or is it a personal preference ? I looked back in the archived section and I didn’t saw a single show of yourself with some pubic hair ? Do you plan do grow it back for future shows ?
    Thanks for answering in advance.

    Regards,
    Christian

    • Eila Adams says:

      personal preference Christian! I don’t ever plan on growing it back 🙂

      • Christian says:

        Hi Eila, thanks for answering my question about your shaven pubic hair. When we went last August to the naturist resort of Cad d’Agde in South of France, we observed at the nude beach by walking along the seaside that a majority of the women had shaven pubic hair, mostly completely, some had a strip on the pubic mound but natural was rarely to be seen. Did you star shaving a long time ago ?

        Regards,
        Christian

  4. Andy says:

    Today was day 1, Karate class. Hope for the best!

    I suppose there could be exceptions – but so far…
    If the photo has you in it, it looks great!

  5. Andrew says:

    Another sexy photo Eila, I love you

  6. Andrew says:

    Why must there be X’s covering your Nipples? They are as beautiful as your Breasts

  7. Gabriel says:

    Lovely!

    I agree with you. Candid pictures can be better than posed ones (is that correct in english?)! Just because the model is so natural.

    And with a model like you, the photographer is sure to do very, very great and hot pictures.

    You are one of the rare girls as beautiful on photo as on video.

    Just because you are perfect.

    And when you are laughing, it is like heaven on earth.

  8. Tim says:

    loooove it xxx

    soo sexy . and fun

    and i can’t think of anything better than being in sunny jamaica with you..

    unfortunately i’m in cold not so sunny manchester, uk 🙁

    atleast ive got the naked news archives to brighten things up xx

  9. Jerome says:

    Hi eila I’m a big fan and I love all of you anchors. Hey do you think I can get all of you and the other anchors emails so i can keep in touch with all of you.
    Love and in social nudism
    Jerome

  10. Gabriel says:

    I am sad today.

    I just learn that Peyton has left Naked News!

    But I had to tell you how great you were on your Naked Bulletin in St Patrick’s day. I like when you take off your knickers first.

    Even if your little pussy is shaved (sorry Christian but if you really love Eila, you have to love her without pubic hair:).

    For me, that’s the way I like you.Innocent, funny, sexy and smart. And so beautiful.

    Please don’t leave Naked News like Peyton just do. It would be to hard for your fans.

    • Eila Adams says:

      I miss peyton! and don’t worry Gabriel, I don’t plan to leave for at least a couple of years 😉 xo

      • Andy says:

        I suppose I can’t miss Peyton too much if I can’t log in but – she’s been a favorite for me since joining; and I definitely will miss her in future. I have to give Whitney props too for finishing education, it’s really important – but I totally will miss her too when that vocation takes her away.

      • Gabriel says:

        Good to know that I will see you again on Naked News. And on your site.

  11. Andy says:

    As a child my family and I would attend a church which, for the latter part of that time would mean a cross-town trek each week. One family I could generally count on seeing there would sometimes double as transport. I left that town for college, but I returned some years later. I don’t keep track of when these events happened, so it could be in a different order. When the wife had given birth to her second, a son, I was surprised to see her begin suckling the boy while we were traveling. I realize now there is a bit of an argument on that subject, but I had never seen this at that time. I see now that I am very attracted to lactation, after watching very carefully on that day.
    One of these visits, I sat in the same pew with this family, and I kept getting tickled on the butt. This began to annoy me so I turned to look for who was there, and initially I saw nobody. After a bit more looking, I saw their boy had been standing on the pew and patting me from behind. He was still too young at that time to understand anything I said, so I just stood there and tried to ignore him.
    As we left church on one particular day, I sat in the back seat on the passenger side of their car. Their first-born was a girl, and she sat in the front seat. At one point, I adjusted the positions of my feet, which were beneath that front seat. The girl instantly said, ‘What was that?’
    She went on to say what a weird feeling had startled her. She did not say, but I think my foot hit her vagina. I agree, that would have to be weird.

  12. Andy says:

    I’ve been through the show The West Wing so many times, I sometimes get the impression I have it memorized. That would quickly be disproven once I pick them up again, but just now I’m thinking about the bit where President Bartlett is planning for his reelection ceremony. A good section of the episode is dedicated to choosing a Bible. It surprised me how famous these have become. One he mentioned was the Gutenberg Bible. For my part, I’m doing well to remember the name, and as I look at it I’m not sure if I spelled it right. So, questions of its fame, and of others comparably valued are entirely lost on me.
    I bought the show Commander in Chief, which begins with Geena Davis playing a US Vice President named Mackenzie Allen. The President dies during the first episode and when he knew he was dying he asked the Vice President to resign. The governments and the religions of the world are not ready for a woman as President; and this Vice President does not have the same view of the US and its position in world politics that the dying President has.
    A moment of clarity comes from Donald Sutherland as his character currently serves as the Speaker of the House. It is suggested that a religious group would lash out at the result of a female President by executing a woman for her inability ‘to keep her legs shut.’ On hearing that phrase, we see the decision the Vice President makes; and I suppose this is a fair assessment of the conditions likely to yield a female President.
    Next we see the acceptance of the Oath of Office, and we suddenly need a Bible. It happens that the Speaker of the House had been planning on becoming President, and he brought a Bible with him. At this point, I think back to The West Wing. After all the talk of which Bible to use, the President says they can use any Bible they choose; and a bit later, in the rush to find a Bible, the young man tasked with this responsibility borrowed a Gideon Bible from a hotel room.
    I really love these shows about the President. It’s such good drama!

    • Andy says:

      I just remembered .. at one point on The West Wing, John Spencer says the Oath of Office could be sworn over the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue if they wanted. What he did not say is that people would know about that and it would not play well.

  13. Andy says:

    A turtle is taking a walk in Central Park (New York). He gets mugged by a gang of snails.
    The investigating officer says, ‘What do you remember about the incident?’
    The turtle says, ‘I don’t know. It happened so fast!’

    From Blue Bloods (television show)

  14. Andy says:

    I’ve been going through more of Blue Bloods. The one I just finished was all about a drug cartel hit at the beginning. The assassin was leader of the cartel, and it seems to be public, unverified knowledge that all who would testify against this cartel end up dead or missing. The beginning of this was setting him up to be a serious hitter. However, if that were the case, there is no way the very dedicated policeman who witnessed that initial assassination would be able to finish in time for the show to end. Actually, to ensure it makes sense, I would say this would cover at least a season of the show. This serious hitter had people who can’t take any more torture than I could – and by the way, I can’t. So, I suppose I could not be trusted with the location of a kingpin’s hangouts. Give them a good punch and out comes the address.
    What they did right, even counting they had little time, was recognizing this guy who would kill, hide or maim all his opposition, do sometimes find the person who cannot be intimidated, regardless of harm to oneself or loved ones. That part is right on, and in a short time.

  15. Andy says:

    I started today on Season 2 of Netflix’ Daredevil series. My reaction seems to be spoiler-ridden, so I’ll warn ahead this time.

    SPOILERS SPOILERS on Daredevil

    We see early on the crime spree that typifies the work of The Punisher. This is not Thomas Jane and John Travolta, but the Murdock Law Firm goes after defending Frank Castle after he is caught. In the struggle between the vengeful Punisher and Daredevil’s refusal to kill, we see their respective internal struggles happening. At one point during this exchange, Castle (Punisher) says to Murdock (Daredevil) that the difference between the two of them is much less than he (Daredevil) imagines; and the day may come soon that they operate from the same set of rules. This conclusion does not seem to sit well with Daredevil. However, in quick succession we see Murdock completely neglecting his law firm in favor of his vigilante protection of the city. Moreover, he begins to distance himself from friends so to operate solo. Despite turning away the help and advice of his own mentor, a blind man who had taught Murdock to take greater advantage of those senses which remain after his sight had been disabled, and the companionship, aid and sexual contact with Elektra, both of whom have admitted a preference toward killing their enemies, Murdock would seem to prefer especially to do his work without their influence, or interference as the case may be.
    What particularly gains my interest is these people whose influence he now turns away, to keep them from harm or to remain pure in his work, seems to make that prophecy from Castle partially, or even entirely, come true.

  16. Andy says:

    I love to watch magic shows. Sometimes, I’ll go back to Penn & Teller’s Fool Us, partly to remind myself how much I simply don’t know, or to just laugh, or maybe a sort of a reminder there is something I don’t yet know to do.
    I’m full of contradictions, lots of them, and a lot of that troubles me. I see in the guests of Penn & Teller those same struggles, and I wonder if possibly magic would be good for me. Understand, I have done nothing in this area at all.
    I suppose there should be a mini-testing ground to find a receptive audience. What you think, Eila?

  17. Andy says:

    I went to intel.com looking for driver updates, and the first thing I saw is the words, ‘We will miss you, Andy.’ Hmm, that’s not my face there.

  18. Andy says:

    I just started an episode of Numbers, and in this one, the central math whiz has the impression he’s on to a serial killer whose pattern has successfully eluded all profilers, until now. At this point, we do not know if the burgeoning profile has an accurate set of assumptions. Nay-sayers tell him all these crimes cannot be one person doing all this. Since this is a television show, it makes sense Charlie would turn out right. Either way, …
    On some rare occasions, when I have been hit by some real strikes from inspiration and insight, the reaction of many around me have been similar; and it does not particularly matter that some say it’s crazy, or even if I do turn out to have been in error. What matters at those times is that my insight is followed to its natural conclusion, and even if I’m off, it stands for what it is.

  19. Andy says:

    Yesterday I found a television show on hulu. This is one I had not heard of before. It’s a bit confusing, as I see on imdb that it is a series from 2011 and although we are into 2016 it may have ended but imdb does not know it.
    At any rate, the plot is all about a man whose life is all about his excellent chess-playing, until his fiancee was murdered. So, we see him suffering from a crippling fear of going outside of his hotel. It seems as if (so far) each episode sees our chess master dealing with crimes, mostly to take the fees and pay his hotel bills, which are substantial and always in negative numbers. Many (not all) seem like they are partially responding to or resolving his own issues. This plot reminds me of the plot of John Doe, where Dominic Purcell is discovered naked in a remote area, and knowing a great deal of very specialized things that should have taken entire lifetimes to learn. In John Doe, we see several episodes attempting to fill in bits of his otherwise blanked memory. John Doe’s insights into nearly everything seems eerie and possibly either drug-induced or otherwise similarly outlandish. In Endgame, it seems that since Chess is itself a perspective on war; and it is often implied that mastery in Chess easily crosses over into other modes of service.

  20. Mark says:

    Hi Eila,

    Welcome back, love the pic. You have a great tan from your trip that perfectly accentuates how absolutely fabulous you look in your work and preparation for your bikini fitness competition coming up here soon. I hope you don’t mind me telling you that your body looks smoking. You would have my vote to win. I also wanted to ask you if it is possible to get an autographed picture of you nude of your pumps. You know how much I adore you that way, especially now with how amazing you look. I would love one to frame and add to my collection that I proudly would hang on my wall. Nothing I love more than you nude in your pumps Eila! Thank you, you’re the best!

    Mark

    • Eila Adams says:

      that you mark! the competition was on Saturday, I’m so glad it’s over now. I’ll be making a blog post about it today, stay tuned 🙂 xoxoxo

  21. Andy says:

    One of my old favorite games is named Axis & Allies. I never see it anymore, but every now and again I go looking for a computerized version of it that might be updated for recent versions of Windows. I do have a board game version of it, or actually it’s two of them put together, and a CD version of the game that is made for a version of Windows, but if I remember right that was for Windows 98 and really troublesome to get going, if it ever works.
    If you see this, or maybe Kat, maybe you could send me a note?

  22. Andy says:

    The commercial I’m seeing lately called Eye in the Sky, reports that somebody gave him four stars. I don’t know if it’s four out of five but I think maybe five is max in that system. I imagine their rating system would make better sense to anyone who gauges movie viewing on such a report, if we know four, five or ten stars is max. My guess is the number of stars will grow. Can you see a 100-star rating system in the future?

  23. Andy says:

    A girl walks into a tattoo parlor. She tells the artist she has no money, but she would like to look for alternative payment methods.
    The artist says, ‘A little tit for tat?’

    Makes me wish I were working there.

  24. Andy says:

    A bowl of sour and a sandwich walk into a bar, and the bartender says, ‘Sorry, we don’t serve lunch here.’
    From Endgame, the Hulu television show.

  25. Andy says:

    A five-year-old girl comes to her mom, and she says, ‘Mommy, what were you doing bouncing up and down on daddy last night?’
    Mom blushes and says, ‘Well, I was just trying to help your father lose some weight by bouncing all the air out of him.’
    The little girl says, ‘Well, that’s not going to work, Mom. Once a week, the pretty lady from across the street comes over and blows him right back up!’
    (from the same show, same episode: Mr. Black)

  26. Andy says:

    I thought of performing an experiment. Karen got a small water fountain. It plugs into the wall to keep the water running, but the bowl that forms its base has a low edge. Zoe likes to jump on the table we keep this fountain on, and she drinks from this water rather than from her water dish.
    If I put a live fish in that water, would it be Zoe-food, or do we need to buy fish food?

  27. Rodd says:

    Andy is a tireless chatterer …

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