Army of Mom

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10.19.2004

The Breck Girl VP

Any guy that takes more time to fix his hair than I do is in danger of having his man card revoked.

5 Comments:

  • At 9:56 PM, October 19, 2004, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    If that doesn't become a Bush campaign add, Bush doesn't want to win.

    Oh, and I'm swiping it.

     
  • At 7:24 AM, October 20, 2004, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    That pussy is the best the Donks could do for VP!? Stacked next to his faithful, um, leader I weep for that party. Darn it, two strong parties with the nation's best interest at heart make us a stronger country.

    Army of Dad

     
  • At 8:17 AM, October 20, 2004, Blogger Army of Mom said…

    I've heard that it is the Bush campaign that started calling him the Breck Girl. Cracked me up. Our younger counterparts probably don't get it either *shaking my head*.

     
  • At 1:03 PM, October 20, 2004, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    OK, So what is it?

    Army of Dad

     
  • At 7:25 PM, October 20, 2004, Blogger Army of Mom said…

    According to Fortune Magazine: Breck was America's first shampoo -- created by John Breck in 1930 as a gentle alternative to bar soap, which he blamed for his hair loss. Supermodels like Brooke Shields and Christie Brinkley got their start as Breck girls, and for decades the brand -- a salon staple -- was synonymous with glamour. Breck even has its own exhibit in the Smithsonian. Breck girls have/had this luxurious hair. Typically long and thick, it was what every young girl dreamed of having when we grew up ... look at Edwards thick locks and you do think of the Breck girls.

     

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