Ah, for the good old days. You know, a simpler, gentler time when pulling your best friend’s hair at the dinner party was considered rude, and your mother always reminded you to stand up straight.
I came of age during the Leave it to Beaver era. I never wore pearls or high heels while housecleaning. What I did do, was try to be polite to other people and manage not to deck they during a dinner party. I still remind myself to straighten my posture. I rarely have to remind myself not to hit my best friend.
I am not a big fan of “bad girls” nor “Big haired girls from New Jersey.” In fact, I am so much not a fan that I have no idea what the correct names of those shows are, but I’m talking about bad housewives too here. I lean more toward crime shows, Law & Order and it’s varients. Where the enemy is some ‘unsub.’ It’s certainly not gentler but you know the enemy and he has not usually been your best friend for twenty years.
I do not understand what America’s fascination is with watching obnoxious people berate their friends, fight at parties and be generally obnoxious. Does it make all of us feel better that we would never treat our friends like that? Or maybe just remind us how lucky we are that we have had friends for thirty years with whom we have never had an angry word, so we have to watch trainwrecks to see what that is like.
And, while we are on it, I would like to know just exactly what is it with the way these women stand? These photos were courtesy of the television station’s website, which I looked up days ago and now don’t remember.
Okay, I get that short tight skirts are sexy. Off topic, I will never understand what the attraction is with these shoes though. I really do think they are just really butt ugly. I cannot see one thing sexy about them. They make you look like your feet are bandaged.
Several of the girls are standing in a manner that makes it look like they have to run to the bathroom. Otherwise, this picture doesn’t show the ultimate “Bad Girl” stance. The object of which is::::::::::
In my day, you stuffed your bra with kleenex if you wanted to enhance your boobs and no one that I knew wanted to make their butt’s look bigger, so that was not an issue. Nothing explains these shoes. Bondage maybe????
I see one commercial for one of these shows, in which the girl sort of does the above stance and then another move and throws her boobs one way and her butt another and I’m thinking there is a whole generation of women whose backs will be so damaged by striking this pose that, by the time she is 50, she won’t be able to walk at all.
Is there really any man who finds this sexy??? I suppose there is something for everyone, so there is, but I would love to know if there is actually a man who thinks these shoes are sexy; pose or no pose.