Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.

9.30.2006

Books, songs and frizz, oh my

More bizarre outfits and how they inspire me.

This reminds me of something from a Dr. Seuss book.

Would you, could on a catwalk?
I would not, could not on a catwalk.
I would not, could not on a boat dock.
I would not, could not wear yellow bows.
I would not, could not look like a frilly ho.
I do not like all the yellow bows.
I do not like them anorexic, I am.

This one inspires a Bon Jovi song.

Shot to the heart and you're to blame, you give fashion a bad name.

This one, another children's story.

I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your bow down. Although I'm guessing there are some guys who are hungry for pork products right about now. Plus, can you imagine this design (minus the stupid print fabric and ridiculous bow in her hair) on a regular person? Our hips would look four feet wide.

And, lastly, this one inspires me for a hair product commercial:

They look like they've either:
A) just got laid and have that mussy hair from getting into it
B) just woke up after a bender the night before
C) have some seriously dry hair

4 Comments:

  • At 5:01 PM, October 01, 2006, Blogger Teena said…

    You and I look better than these chicks! Did we miss our calling?

     
  • At 12:49 AM, March 18, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    what is this site???? your talk about faith - implying your all religious would jesus go out and take photos of skinny women - your a messed up child. Whats with the 'writing for money' book??

    why share this information?

     
  • At 9:31 AM, March 18, 2007, Blogger Army of Mom said…

    Anon - apparently you've never surfed the net and checked out blogs. The idea is to simply write about whatever you want. Those who want to read can, those who don't like the content can simply move on to the next site.

    These pictures are from some fashion show and I thought they were really bizarre. Number one, I think it is sad that these poor girls have to be so skinny to be models. Second, the outfits these designers put them in (and the way they do their hair and makeup) is just so bizarre that it is worth making fun. I don't see anyone in the world buying these outfits or thinking this is high fashion. I could be wrong, but I'm willing to go out on a limb with this one.

    As far as the "writing for money" the last I checked, it is calle the American way. You work at what you can do and people (hopefully) pay you for it.

    I do have faith, but that doesn't mean I'm "all religious." I believe that you can have faith without being a Bible thumper. I make so claims to being a role model.

    And, why share this information? Why not? If you don't like it, don't let the door hit your backside on the way out. A better question may be "why did you feel compelled to waste your time to comment?"

     
  • At 7:02 PM, June 28, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I was just browsing through the web and I came across your blog. I felt it a pity not to comment. I don't blog myself, I think it's a bit of a waste of time, but I do appreciate good blogs... and this is one of them.
    Regards, Liz

     

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