Coming like a red-hot comet from the frozen wasteland of the Great White North, Mia Kirshner melted hearts and filled gonads with her darkly seductive good looks. It was 1990 when she made goth boys smear their lipstick because their hands were so shaky watching the boob sucker on the TV show Dracula: The Series. But it was her arty Canadian motion pictures that delivered on the promise of Mia's terrific titty talents. In Love & Human Remains (1993), Mr. Skin loved the human remains of Mia's snapped-open lacy black bra. In the following year's Exotica (1994), Mia strutted about in a schoolgirl uniform that must have earned her an F for buttoning and an A for skin. Besides the bushel of bosom, she bent over for an upskirt shot of her peachy butt. Mia lost her appetite for exposure in Anna Karenina (1997), The Grass Harp (1995), and Not Another Teen Movie (2001) but rediscovered her true calling in Century Hotel (2001), with its ample lobby and penthouse views. What a house party! In early 2004 Mia followed up on her relatively tame girl-on-girl grapple with Dominique Swain in New Best Friend (2002) by lesboliciously exploding all over the Sapphic Showtime series The L Word. In the opening episode, Mia bared her puffy nerps and provided more than a mouthful for her munch-happy bedmate, Karina Lombard, thereby bringing to mind a whole bevy of "L words"—lick, luscious, lovelies, lap, lapping, licking luscious lovelies lapping laps. . . .
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