A Maxim-ized Thank You

A Maxim-ized Thank You

By Meghan Jenkins and Mark Aldrich
The most important thing to say is thank you: Thank you to the hundreds or thousands of people who voted for me in the two recent Maxim magazine cover model contests!

Neither contest resulted in what everyone at MeghaZine thinks would have been the correct outcome: me on a future cover of Maxim. After all, the team here, which is comprised of Panda, MeghaZine sports editor Mark Aldrich, many friends, and especially Panda, helped create and publish a website about me and my interests, and they put a photo of me on the virtual cover several times a month. But Panda and Mark were not the only two … um, creatures … who voted, since Maxim only allowed one vote per day, and in both contests, I finished so close that it made sense to cross my fingers about it.

A lot of people that I’ve never met or heard of voted for me, and that means a lot.

In the first contest, I came in third, and this month, Maxim Australia reported that I came in the top one-percent and was so close to the semi-finals round. It was also an honor to represent a great organization, K2 Adventures Foundation, in the most recent contest.

If I am invited to participate in a Maxim magazine cover model contest again, or almost any other one, count me in. If they keep inviting me and I keep coming in thiiiiiiis close, the worst-case scenario is I’ll be the Susan Lucci of Maxim cover model contests.

It’s a little frustrating to not win, but it warms my heart when I think of how many people voted for me online each day. ❤
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PandaWeen

PandaWeen

By Panda

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[Editor’s Note: Meghan’s friend Panda, whom viewers of their live improv comedy show The The Ding Wrong Show (available on YouTube) now know quite well, declared at the start of this month that Halloween is her favorite human holiday. She likes to dress up three-hundred-sixty-five days a year, but she really does not get why the rest of us only do so on one special day a year. That’s one reason she and Meghan get along so well: neither of them understand why most humans don’t dress up and play all the time, since we wear costumes and pretend and call it “work” every day.

Atop this article—

“What’s that word?”

“Which word?”
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Meghan Reviews: ‘PN & Friends’

Meghan Reviews: ‘PN & Friends’

By Meghan Jenkins
Todd Montesi (of Brooklyn, NY) has been underrated, overlooked, not seen, and passed over countless times. I find that completely insane. This is about to change, though.

PN & Friends, created by and starring Montesi, is without a doubt, hands down the most uniquely deep, innovative, brilliant piece of art I have seen since I was a kid. Watch the entire series to know what I am talking about.

On the surface it’s a fun, original comedy with a great and memorable cast of characters. But, like Todd, this show definitely is not all surface. Not even close. Todd Montesi is a pure, unadulterated genius, and PN & Friends is an actual, pure, unadulterated genius work of art.
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On to the Maxim Semifinals for Meghan Jenkins

On to the Maxim Semifinals for Meghan Jenkins

By Mark Aldrich
A note from the editor: Click here to vote for Meghan Jenkins to appear on a future cover of Maxim Australia magazine! She has made it this far thanks to your help; please vote each day.

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Two more rounds remain in the online vote for a model to appear on a future cover of Maxim Australia, and Meghan Jenkins, the star of this website, will make the semifinals on October 15 with your continued support. The winner of the contest will be announced after the final round at the end of October.

After consultations with her team of advisors—comprised of Panda, MeghaZine sports editor Mark Aldrich, her many friends, and especially Panda—Meghan embraced the idea that perhaps victory with a magazine like Maxim can be hers with some photographs that could be considered more Maxim-like. Hence the photo at top and others of her in a bikini. The D.I.Y. aesthetic remains: these are photos of Ms. Jenkins in her own clothes, styled by herself (and Panda) and taken with Ms. Jenkins’ own camera, in a non-professional location, in a set designed, built, and lighted by her.

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