Tuesday, September 29, 2009

How To Look Like A Slut

Something I have always wanted to know. And now there is a video.
So at first I thought someone's brother posted this of his sister and that this was what she actually looked like. But I was wrong. This chick is my new hero, because I laughed so hard at this that I nearly pissed myself. (Literally, not the gay British term meaning to have someone on.)
Basically, she is now my new hero. Enjoy!!!

2 comments:

Monsieur Muckety Muck Muck said...

That was so funny. Especially the makeup line. It looks so trashy when chicks have that line around their face.

David said...

Reading about Medea for a sequel to my book on Authonomy, Beyond The Gaze...

Once upon a time, a glamour was a spell used by witches to deceive the eyes; it therefore came to have its modern meaning of altering the true appearance through cosmetics. In the last four hundred years, glamour has gone from being something that people do, to an aura that they have.
In seventeenth century England there was a bitter debate over women’s use of cosmetics, called not makeup (a term that only became current towards the end of the nineteenth century) but paint. In the more puritanical treatises, face-painting was aligned with witchcraft and general lack of godliness; it led to prostitution, which was the cause of all of England’s ills, including the plague.
In the late eighteenth century the English parliament passed a law that:
All women, of whatever age, rank, profession or degree, whether virgins, maids, or widows, that shall from and after this act impose upon, seduce or betray into matrimony any of His Majesty’s subjects by the use of scents, paints, cosmetics, washes, artificial teeth, false hair, Spanish wool, iron stays, hoops, high-heeled shoes, or bolstered hips, shall incur the penalty of the law now in force against witchcraft and like misdemeanours, and that the marriage, upon conviction, shall stand null and void.