Pamela Horton is a model probably best known for being Playboy's Playmate of the Month for October 2012. Her measurements are 32C-22-35.
Pamela Horton said, “I’m not your typical Playmate…I’m not materialistic or I don’t dress up all fancy and I don’t know any designer names or anything like that. If you give me $300, I’m going to go to GameStop.” She added, “I was a gamer before I was ever a pretty girl.”
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Pamela got into video games after her dad showed her how to play The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past when she was five years old. “He had me do that first sequence where you save the princess in the castle…I learned how to do that before I learned how to tie my own shoes.”
Pamela Horton still plays today. “I like to go back to games that keep me drawn in and League of Legends and World of Warcraft have done that. I always thought that first person shooters were more of a manly game…I’ve never been one to brag about how many kills I got in a first person shooter.”
Her ambitions are to work "for a well-known video game company as a character designer. Acting wouldn’t be bad.”
Pamela Horton got into her career by starting off as a nude model. “There are very few nude models in Kansas because it’s such a conservative place. But I think the human body is God’s greatest artistic creation, so I have always been totally comfortable posing nude. I see myself and everyone else as a piece of art.”
She attended Wichita State University for two years with the idea of becoming a child’s art therapist. “I loved school…but for now, my head is reeling from the opportunity before me.”
Her turn-ons are a “man or woman with a strong physique who isn’t afraid to hit the gym with me!” Her turn-offs are “guys who can’t appreciate a person for who they are on the inside. Thanks for thinking I’m pretty, but this girl is looking for a real connection.”
She confessed, “I am obsessed with MMOs! I love being known as every gamer guy's dream. It makes me feel sexy!”
Pamlea Horton splits her time between Wichita, Kansas and Los Angeles, California.