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The ManCave Presents Alyssa Arce

July 5, 2016



Alyssa Arce is a stunning brunette model from North Myrtle Beach South Carolina, that garnered early notoriety in high fashion with Wilhelmina Models, before being recently named Playboy Playmate Miss July 2013! At 5’8″ with an incredible all natural 34D-24-34 figure, and riveting hazel eyes it is no small wonder that Alyssa was noticed by the Hef and Playboy!

In our interview Alyssa discusses working with Playboy vs modeling agencies, the details of her appearance in Nick Hisson’s latest music video

Who are you?

Alyssa Maria Arce. I am Hispanic (Honduran), Irish, English, and a bit of Indian. North Myrtle Beach, SC. I currently live out of a suit case…but plan on moving to LA :)

Which 5 words best describe you?

Bubbly, vivacious, outgoing, playful, and sensual

Where and what did you study in school? 

I went to North Myrtle Beach High School, and graduated in 2010.  From there, I started modeling.

When and how did you get into modeling?

I started modeling when I was 17. I went to an open call that Wilhelmina had and they signed me on the spot.

You recently shot with Terry Richardson. What was he like? Was it any different than working with other photographers like myself? 

Terry was an amazing photographer to shoot with. Terry has his own unique style but so do other photographers. He is such a legend and I’m blessed to have worked with him.

What are the differences between modeling for Ford and Wilhelmina compared to Playboy?

When you pose for Playboy, the photos reflect more of your sensual personality. When you work with a modeling agency, they book you on jobs that may have no resemblance to you

How did you land a spot in Nick Hissom’s music video for If I Die Young? What is the video about? Can we expect to see more cameos from you? 

Nick’s manager asked me to be a part of the video. The video is about two young people at a party that see each other and crush and adventure into the beach and desert. It will be an amazing video!


As a huge soccer fan, do you have plans to head down to Brazil for the World Cup?

Yes, I hope to attend the World Cup!

If you took me out for a day in North Myrtle Beach what would we do? Where would we eat? Where would we grab a drink?

If I showed you around North Myrtle Beach, I would first show you our amazing beach. One of my favorite restaurants is Collectors Cafe in Myrtle Beach, and for drinks…well, there are so many good places! Depends on what atmosphere you prefer.

What has been your favourite personal accomplishment so far?

It would have to be all the accomplishments that this past year has blessed me with. From living in Capetown to becoming a Playboy Playmate!

If you could hook up with any 3 famous people, who would they be? 

Brad Pitt because of what an amazing man he is; Ryan Gosling because he always gets my attention in movies and I love his music; David Beckham because he is a legend soccer player and I love his tattoos.

What kind of things do you do to keep your stunning figure?

Healthy eating as much as possible and a bedroom workout. :)

What is one question no one has asked you in an interview that you wish they had? 

Now that I have done Playboy, I think I’ve been asked everything!

If we pressed play on your playlist what would we hear?

You would hear Indie music…but I listen to ALL kinds of music

If you could have starred in any movie, which one would it be?

I would say Transformers. The whole set would have been amazing to be on and Michael Bay is a killer director.

What 3 things annoy you the most? 

Having to repeat myself so many times, superficial people, and egotism

Is there anything that people are surprised to find out about you?

Yes, that I actually am a down to earth and easy going girl. Not just another model.


What was the last thing you laughed out loud at?

My very goofy dog…just looking at him makes you want to laugh!

What would the title of your autobiography be?

“She Said She’ll Do It, So She Did.”

What do you have planned for the future?

To love, live and travel the world.

Any memorable quote or final words for your fans and the readers of The Man Cave ?

In life, you can do whatever you put your mind to. Don’t listen to what people say if it’s something to bring you down



Shes a 9 and wants to bang other dudes?

June 22, 2016

Open relationships sound just like a complete cluster f*ck to me. Let’s just say for an example you are dating a 9/10 babe. She wants to bang you and other dudes, but the twist is you are her “boyfriend” who buys the dinners, pays some bills, and gets to sleep in the same bed with her.


These other dudes are just smashing the girl you have feelings for and that is cool?? 9/10 do you stay in that sh*t? At what level do you bail?



This guy had the bright idea to start being “open like this” but fell deep in love with a girl named Jessica. She went back for some dude with a bigger weeny and now we are left with this dudes heartbreak…



And the final shot in the pants…

I tried for about 45 minutes to find where this story originated from to give proper credit. I also screenshot just the girls pic, her ass pic, and BJ pic to make sure it wasn’t just a porn video and some photoshop 101.


blog post

June 22, 2016

That’s it, everyone can go home now. Ariel Winter wins the Internet for today. There’s no use even competing because this girl gets the prize; she wins and there’s just no debating it. I’ve seen a lot of awesome outfits and looks in my time writing for this website, but I’ve never seen a dress quite like this. Then again, not just anyone could pull off a dress like this. You need to have certain, uhm, assets if you want to wear it.

Ariel Winter certainly has those assets, and knows how to show them off. Keep in mind, she’s wearing this dress to her high school graduation party. When I was in high school I was still playing with wrestling action figures and watching Arthur before school, meanwhile kids today are like THIS?! I was born in the wrong era…


our weak gun-safety laws allow guns remove common-sense

June 21, 2016

I'm privileged and lucky enough to have a job that's rewarding and adaptive to my family life, it wasn't out of the ordinary for me to bring him to work with me. What was out of the ordinary was what happened that day at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. A young man walked into an elementary school and shot 20 children and six adults in just minutes.





I knew I wouldn't be able to keep the news away from my son forever, but I didn't want him to hear it accidentallyI wanted to explain it and not scare him. But how was I going to tell my young son that children were massacred in their classrooms? How could I explain that level of atrocity? So I kept the radio off in the car!


And then we got home. and asked, " Did a bunch of little kids get shot today?"


At that moment, it felt ridiculous to me, and irresponsible as a parent and as a citizen, that I was not doing something to prevent gun violence. Simply keeping the news away from my child was putting my head in the sand. I wasn't helping him, or anyone else, by doing that. So I decided to learn more. This is what I learned.


An average of 91 people a day are killed by gun violence. That includes children killed by random bullets, mass shootings at workplaces and universities, intimate-partner homicides, and suicides. Women in the United States are 11 times more likely to be murdered with a gun than women in any other developed nation. More than half are killed by a boyfriend, husband, or someone else


As these instances have become daily occurrences in American women's lives, we feel outraged, unsafe, and helpless. Then, just as we call for more regulation, we are drowned out by voices saying that we would all be safer if the "good guys" were armed.


it is not a good-guy-versus-bad-guy argument. It should not be a partisan argument. It should not be a pro-gun-versus-anti-gun argument. It is not an argument about our Constitution. The Second Amendment protects the right of a United States citizen to bear arms. But a gun is a machine. And if you choose to bear arms, you have a responsibility to bear them safely.


And most gun owners agree: A majority of them approve of common-sense gun-safety measures. Around 90 percent of them support universal background checks. A large majority of American citizens believe we need to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous individuals like stalkers and terrorists. Most gun owners keep guns away from children and store them locked and unloaded in their homes. Most gun owners believe in tighter regulations for gun dealers.


A majority of us are on the same side, so why does our country have a gun murder rate 25 times that of other developed countries?


Because our weak gun-safety laws allow guns to end up in the hands of dangerous people. Roughly 40 percent of firearms in the United States are acquired without a background check, so criminals can obtain weapons they shouldn't have. For example, there is a huge loophole in the federal background-check law that allows stalkers to buy a gun.

It doesn't have to be this way. I believe that gun-safety laws can reduce gun violence, even if they don't eradicate it, because of the example set by the automobile industry. A car is also a machine. In order to drive it, we require licenses and training. We have added safety features like seatbelts, airbags, collapsible steering columns, and safety glass. We have made car manufacturers beholden to these measures. We have enacted speed limits and criminalized drunk driving. In the process we have reduced the auto fatality rate by nearly 40 percent in just the past 20 years.


Congress is currently deadlocked on the issue of gun-safety rules. So much so that President Obama recently enacted an executive action to reduce gun violence. But while gun-safety laws have really made a difference has been at the state level. Currently, 18 states and the District of Columbia have closed the background-check loophole and require a background check on every gun sold.


In those 18 states, there are half the number of mass shootings, 46 percent fewer intimate-partner gun homicides, 48 percent fewer police gun homicides, and 48 percent fewer firearm suicides. That leaves 32 states that have NOT closed the loophole, and the next logical step is to go to work on changing that. In November, both Nevada and Maine have ballot initiatives while voters will be able to expand background checks and help save lives.


22 Year old Noelle Foley is one Hot Lady

March 19, 2016