Cyber Monday was created by The National Retail Foundation to help boost online sales the week after Black Friday, the most insane holiday shopping day of the year. Seriously, I don't even leave the house on Black Friday. People were legit brawling over a $2 waffle maker, ignoring dead guys on the ground, and pepper spraying an entire Wal-Mart to get an X-box. F that noise. I'll purchase my 'ish online. If you need a break from the merch madness, we’ve compiled photo galleries of every single Playboy.com Cyber Girl of the Month from 2005 on. Check out the gifts that keep on giving after the jump.
Playboy announced Thursday that Bethanie Badertscher is the 2011 Cyber Girl of the Year! She was originally Playboy's Cyber Girl of the Month for June 2010 and now it looks like Bethanie is on to much bigger and better things! While we're all very proud of her achievement, it wouldn't be fair not to acknowledge all of the Cyber Girl of the Year winners throughout the years since it's inception in 2005 (that's 5 years of sexy right there). All of us at COED would like congratulate Bethanie on this prestigious accolade and to celebrate, hit the jump to see all the previous winners for yourself!
Cyber Monday was created about five years ago by The National Retail Foundation to help boost online sales the week after Black Friday, the biggest holiday shopping day of the year. In previous years, we offered you The Complete Guide To Online Christmas Shopping and The Greatest Online Gift Guide, but this year we’ve compiled photo galleries of every single Playboy.com Cyber Girl of the Month from the past five years. It’ s the gift that keeps on giving, so subscribe to Playboy.com’s Cyber Club to cure those Monday blues!
Carlie Christine, a cheerleading coach at Casa Robles High School, was outed as a Playboy and internet porn pinup. Christine, it turns out, used her real name in posing for Playboy, which made it a cinch for awful parents to leaked the online photos to shocked school officials.