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February 6, 2008

raccoon-140.jpgMemo to fashion show staff: I’m sorry, but times are hard. We need to cut costs any way we can.

We’re hiring a raccoon who studied as a make-up artist. Now, don’t be so negative! It’s only make-up, how hard can it be? Plus, when she’s not working, she can wash food in the cafeteria. We’re also getting a monkey to do hair. He only knows one style, but we can live with that.

If this works we’ll save a fortune, and I have other good ideas, as well. Two words for you to think about: haute couture and chimpanzees!

Related: Models in witness protection and You’ve never done makeup?

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Models present creations for Monique Lhuillier’s 2008/2009 Fall/Winter collection during New York Fashion Week February 5, 2008. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

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Posted by Charlene | Report as abusive
 

When good models go bad….

Or as my 9 year old just put it… goth and goth-er.

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Oh drat. This is why my blonde teenaged daughter is going heavy on the eye makeup. Next thing you know they’ll be tattoo-ing their eyelids! Civilization as we know it is going bye bye…

 

Those darn kids and their ‘rock and roll’ and their pompadour hairstyles and leather jackets and tight dungarees…why, I oughta…

Posted by Charlene | Report as abusive
 

Beauty is only skin deep. Or, applied directly to the skin. Um.

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