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Meghan McCain Gets Sexy and Scandalous

By |   October - 15 - 2009
Meghan McCain

Meghan McCain

Meghan McCain has created quite a stir by simply posting a picture of herself in a tank top on Twitter. But it didn’t stop there, rather than simply remove the image and apologize when the uproar began she instead fired back responses full of blue language.

It seems that Meghan McCain not only wanted people to see her as sexy but to show that she had a bit of a naughty mouth as well. She threatened to close her blog, McCainBlogette,  (who really cares) but has apparently decided, after sleeping on it, to keep the site open.

The thing is, if you’ve got your boobs hanging out all over the place you look trashy. That’s all there is to it. A nice supportive bra that hides your nipples is a good idea, or a well fitting top that doesn’t make it look like you’re about to pop out of it is a good start.

And of course was trying to look sexy and push the boundaries is exactly what she was trying to do. She’s an attractive woman who has gotten a huge amount of attention since her father, Senator John McCain’s, run for president. If you read the Twitter posts, she was probably a bit bored and lonely and thought she’d see what sort of reaction her revealing outfit got.

It’s a bit pathetic, but something that many young celebrities (and non-celebrities) have been guilty of in the past years as they don’t seem to realize the real repercussions of advertising their sexuality on the internet.

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