Alison Brie Wants You To Know She’s Not As Wholesome As You Think She Is

Alison Brie Wants You To Know She’s Not As Wholesome As You Think She Is

Alison Brie is one of our many, many dream girls over here at CoreBoobs. The 33-year-old  Community and Mad Men actress appears in the New York Post ‘s Alexa Magazine this month. In addition to a couple of sexy pics (you can watch those in the video above by the NY post), Brie wanted to let you know that the biggest misconception about her is that she’s wholesome. Annie be naughty!

“The biggest misconception about me is that I’m very wholesome,” says Brie. “After playing Trudy and Annie back to back, people would say, ‘Oh, you’re like Miss Priss,’ and I’m really not. I had a very wild 20s.” In fact, of all the characters in “How To Be Single,” Brie related most to Rebel Wilson’s crazy Robin.

“There was a period in my life where I was like, ‘The super fun girl!’ If I was going out with you, it was going to be a crazy night,” she says. “Now I’m a lot more mellow.” You can see that assurance in her red-carpet style, which she calls clean and classic, with just a dash of bombshell. “I’m leaning a lot toward form-fitting, structured clothes, because I have boobs,” says the actress, who is a buxom 5-foot-4.

Of course, anyone who has followed Brie’s career knows this. Back in 2010 Brie provided an excerpt from a book to where she waxed poetically about her experimentation in college. Just read her opening ‘graph:

I went to art school. Now art school is not like regular college. Tai chi was a required course, we had a circus class taught by a bearded lady, and clothing was optional everywhere but the cafeteria. Similarly, the students there are of a different grain. They’re very deep and introspective, really open to experimentation of any kind, and they have weird haircuts. In my case, the first year there was fraught with exploration. I learned a lot about the inner workings of me. I learned how to become “a clean sheet of paper”; I learned how to breathe through my coccyx; I learned that pretty much anyone would have sex with me. This at first I thought was because I was “so talented” or “so creative.” Later, of course, I realized I was just easy. So I capitalized on it.

Exploring my newfound sexuality, there was, of course, the girl-on-girl action, the crazy threesome with the afros and whips, and the surreal ‘shrooms experience where I thought the tree was fondling me but it turned out to be my creepy male roommate with calluses on his hands… gross. You get the picture. I developed this (possibly misplaced) sexual pride, based solely on the quantity of penetrations of my vagina… and not necessarily the quality of the acts therein.

Brie is engaged to David Franco, who is one lucky, lucky dude.

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