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Suddenly she recoiled in horror…

July 3, 2008

slinky-2-140.jpg slinky-crop-160.jpgMemo to fashion design staff: Okay, I take full blame for this. When I asked you to design “a slinky dress” for the fashion show, see, I didn’t mean to use a real Slinky.

I think we have a real safety issue here. Do you know how much effort this poor model is exerting to fully extend the Slinky and stand upright? Do you know what’s going to happen when she snaps backward? It is NOT going to be a pretty sight!

You guys take a big net, and be prepared to run after her when she starts going boing boing boing down the runway – if she bounces out the door, we’ll NEVER catch her!

Related: No! Haven’t you ever seen velvet art?

slinky-300.jpgA model presents a creation by French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier as part of his Autumn/Winter 2008-2009 Haute Couture fashion show in Paris July 2, 2008. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

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Don’t get too close to the fan! Oh no!

Impractical and ugly. I’m bored lets create the largest slinky hat. Did anyone even notice the dress?

Posted by Rev. Matthew | Report as abusive
 

[In a fake french accent] The symbolism is encroyable! It’s a woman who has escaped from her CAGE! She is still joined with the head – her mind is still in prison. This is Art! Mon dieu!

 

“Does this headdress make me look fat?”

Posted by Charlene | Report as abusive
 

Oh! Does this mean we’ve finally developed the ability to communicate with fish?!

http://jrichardstevens.com/aquaman/Aquam an11.jpg

 

This particular article on fashion might be of some interest to you.

http://intheorbit.blogspot.com/2008/07/f ashion-anomalies.html

 

Looks like she’s got a spring in her step.

 

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