September 2006 PLAYBOY PLAYMATE
Janine Habeck DATA SHEET
BIRTHPLACE: Berlin, Germany
BUST: 36 C
HEIGHT: 5′ – 6"
WEIGHT: 110 lbs
AMBITIONS: I want to be married in 3-4 years and want children.
TURN-ONS: Chocolate, champagne and coca-cola.
TURN-OFFS: People who smoke and do bad things.
BEST BEER IN THE WORLD: It’s a German beer- Beck’s.
ALL ABOUT MY DOG: His name is Bambi. He is my baby and I love him so much!
WHY WE SHOULD VISIT GERMANY: You can eat well and learn about the country and because I’m from there!
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Janine Habeck BIO
Strolling the beach in Santa Monica with Berlin native Janine Habeck, we immediately think that this fine fräulein represents a well-articulated argument for the value of immigration. Although she was named Germany’s Playmate of the Year 2005, Miss Habeck has long dreamed of becoming an American Playmate. “This is only the second time a German Playmate has immigrated to American Playboy,” she says proudly.
Born in West Berlin to a German father and an Italian mother, Janine Habeck remembers seeing the fall of the Berlin Wall. “I felt like I was a part of history,” she says. And even then she was thinking about America. Suffice it to say that when she finally got here, she arrived in style. “I’m living at the Mansion and love Hef and his girlfriends,” Miss September says. “We’re all really close.”
As for her love life, “At the moment, I don’t have a boyfriend, but I am looking,” she says. “A guy has to come to me, though, because I’m a princess.” Janine likes to travel to exotic places for romantic vacations. “I used to date a soccer player- and we went to Ibiza. It rained the whole time. We stayed in bed nude and ate lots of ice cream. Now that’s what I call a romantic weekend.”
What lies ahead for Janine Habeck? As she gazes at the Pacific she confesses her love for California and the possibility of her relocating here. “I am my own management,” she laughs, suggesting she could offer young models guidance she never had. “In the immediate future I want to learn more English. I like the people here, so maybe I can stay and become a citizen.”