Such is the day-to-day life of the Playboy bunnies



      It was 1953 when the late Hugh Hefner founded Playboy magazine. His image dressed in silk dressing gown accompanied by a group of bunnies quickly became famous all over the world as well as some of his most iconic phrases such as "life is too short to live someone else's dreams." But how is the life of Playboy bunnies? Has it changed in any way over the past 60 years? At first, they were young women working as waitresses in Playboy clubs and some intermittent casino in England and The Bahamas. Over time, the denomination was expanded to other women. Even Hugh Hefner's girlfriends who lived with him in his famous mansion were called playboy bunnies. One of them is Holly Madison, who at the age of 21 became Hefner's first girlfriend, an experience she took to publish a book last year narrating her experience. Titled "Down the rabbit hole" (which could be translated as "Bunny Hole"), she tells how her fairy tale dream turned into a nightmare through curious adventures and details of the strict routine she had to fulfill as well as presence of drugs, abuse and parties Playboy magazine returns to the nude after their failed experiment So it's a day in the life of Playboy bunnies: Photo gallery So it's a day in the life of Playboyver bunnies the 18 photos

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