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So while Hef is now gone...

Playboy Bunnies were seen everywhere, in the clubs, on Playboy's late night show, "Playboy

After Dark" and were often imitated by other TV celebs, like Penny Marshall and Carrie Fisher...

We all know Hugh Hefner as the founder of Playboy magazine and the promoter of its free

sex life style...

his free love philosophy shaped the second half of the twentieth century...

The Playboy Mansion (also known as the Playboy Mansion West) was the home of late Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner. Located in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, California, near Beverly Hills, the mansion became famous during the 1970s through media reports of Hefner's lavish parties.


The 21,987-square-foot (2,042.7 m2) house is described as in the "Gothic-Tudor" style by Forbes magazine, and sits on 5.3 acres (2.1 ha). It was designed by Arthur R. Kelly in 1927 for Arthur Letts, Jr., son of the Broadwaydepartment store founder Arthur Letts and acquired by Playboy from Louis D. Statham (1908–1983), an engineer, inventor and chess aficionado, in 1971 for $1.1 million.[1] In early 2011, it was valued at $54 million

           October  17, 2017

One of the most popular items on Jokes From Shaf, those small, clever GIF files.
And we have a million of them. So here is today's entry on the GIF page...


​The Playboy Bunnies were waitresses who served drinks at Playboy Clubs. There were different types of Bunnies, including the Door Bunny, Cigarette Bunny, Floor Bunny, Playmate Bunny and the Jet Bunnies (specially selected Bunnies that were trained as flight attendants. They served on the Playboy "Big Bunny" Jet). To become a Bunny, women were first carefully chosen and selected from auditions. Then they underwent thorough and strict training before officially becoming a Bunny. Bunnies were required to be able to identify 143 brands of liquor and know how to garnish 20 cocktail variations. Most dating or mingling with customers was forbidden. Customers were also not allowed to touch the Bunnies, and demerits were given if a Bunny's appearance was not properly organized.


The Playboy Bunny outfit was the first service uniform registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (U.S. trademark registration number 0762884). The costume was made from rayon-satin constructed on a strapless merry widow corset teddy. Satin bunny ears, cotton tails, collars with bow ties, cuffs with cuff links, black sheer to waist pantyhose and matching high-heeled shoes completed the outfit. A name tag on a satin rosette was pinned over the right hip bone.

The uniforms were custom made for each Bunny at the club they worked in. Whenever the club was open there was a full-time seamstress on duty. The costumes were stocked in two pieces, the front part being pre-sewn in different bra cup sizes such as B or C cup. The seamstress would match the Bunnies' figure to the correct fitting front and back pieces. Then the two pieces were sewn together to fit each person perfectly.

When Playboy was at its height, they opened a number of Playboy Clubs, starting with the 
Chicago Playboy Club in 1960. By 1991, all the Playboy Clubs had closed. The centerpiece of

the Playboy Clubs was the Playboy Bunny...