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Hugh Hefner alive and well on Snapchat

Recently, we caught Hugh Hefner alive and well on his wife’s Snapchat.

Crystal Hefner, Hugh’s third wife, uploaded a Snapchat video of them. You wouldn’t believe what he was wearing. Yes, a robe, but not the infamous red robe that we’ve all grown to love, but a navy blue one. In addition, he was sporting some dog ears and tongue off of Snapchat’s dog filter.

Crystal uploaded the dog-filtered Snap while having dinner at the Playboy Mansion. Hef, seemed to be in disbelief as he chucked back a laugh. He also had to be reminded that he wasn’t the only one in the Snap. Could it be due to his old age or just the advancement of today’s technology?

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From what I remember, Hugh hasn’t been seen since early last year in May, so this is some good news for the founder of the beloved Playboy. Hopefully we can see more of him in the future. Crystal def needs to snap some more. I think it brings a morale boost to all his fans, as well as, boost sales of Playboy magazines. Also, for all you fans, Playboy magazine is bringing back naked models, one year after its pledge to ban nudity.

PS: to get more exclusive snaps and vids from Crystal and Hugh, add: CrystalHefner.

Top 5 Snap Checks of our dear friend Hugh that most probably have missed:

Snap 1 – Through his father’s line, Hugh states that he is the direct descendant of Plymouth governor William Bradford.

Snap 2 – During World War II, Hugh was a writer for the military newspaper in the US Army (1944-1946)

Snap 3 – Graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign with a bachelor of arts in psychology and a double minor in creative writing and art.

Snap 4 – He became a copywriter for Esquire but left in January 1952 after being denied a $5 raise.  Consequently, he raised $8,000 from 45 investors including his mother, and launched Playboy. Could you believe his initial idea was to call it Stag Party?

Snap 5 – First issue of Playboy was published in December 1953. This is the issue that featured the famous Marilyn Monroe from her 1949 nude calendar shoot.

The rest is history. SnapchatAway!

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