Alison Waite Is A Blue Jean Babe
Curious about what Miss May 2006, Alison Waite has been up to since her Centerfold made her famous? We have answers!
YOU DO WHAT?
“Everyone always wants to know what I’m doing with my gerontology degree. Well, first they want to know how to pronounce it and what exactly it is; for the record, it’s the study of the social and psychological implications of aging. After that, though, they want to know how I’m going to use it. I have my master’s degree, but I need to live a few more years of my own life before I can go around telling older people how to live theirs. Because right now, they can teach me more than I can teach them.”
THE PERFECT AGE
“It’s interesting being 31 years old. I’m at that in-between age where I should know better but I can still get away with things by calling them ‘youthful indiscretions.’”
ROUND AND ROUND SHE GOES
“After becoming a Playmate, I lived down the street from the Mansion at the Bunny House for about 18 months. My room had Hef’s famous round rotating bed in it, which I slept in every night. It still rotated, but the vibrating feature didn’t work anymore. It didn’t matter to me; I thought it was super cool. I mean, it had black satin sheets. Then again, you can’t have a round rotating bed without black satin sheets.”
LADY IN BLUE
“I do like the finer things in life—especially when it comes to shoes. But I’m mainly interested in finding the perfect pair of jeans. For me, jeans work for almost any occasion: You can dress them up or you can dress them down; they’re cool, classic and easygoing. I have too many pairs to count in my closet. I will, however, buy any new pair that elongates my legs and makes my butt look amazing.”
A SING AND A MISS
“I wish I were musically inclined, but I’m actually the exact opposite. When I was eight years old, I tried out for The Mickey Mouse Club with Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake and the whole gang. I sang ‘Bare Necessities’ from The Jungle Book. The producers told my mom, ‘Boy, she’s cute, but you’ve got to get her some singing lessons.’”