News, but not the serious kind
How much do you tip a lingerie model?
Blog Guy, am I missing something? It’s the middle of February, and you haven’t posted any new Victoria’s Secret photos. Just warmed-over stuff from 2009. What’s up?
That’s what I’m trying to find out, stranger. I have some shots from a recent New York City event, but they are confusing and vaguely disturbing.
Really? In what way?
Well, you can see a couple of their models holding signs saying “CALLING ALL BOMBSHELLS,” and there seems to be some kind of Victoria’s Secret vehicle there, but I don’t see any windows. Are they enticing gorgeous women into the vehicle and taking them away somewhere, like a Pied Piper sort of deal?
I mean, if I drove around New York City with a sinister vehicle full of captive supermodels, I’d be arrested in two or three days. A week, tops! I know guys who have tried it.
But here’s the other weird thing. Out of curiosity I enlarged the section just inside the door of the vehicle, and there’s a sign that says TIPS.
Does this mean Victoria’s Secret models are now accepting tips? For what?
How much are you supposed to leave them? I’m confused, and I need answers, answers, answers!
I guess I may need tip money, too.
Victoria’s Secret Bombshells Erin Heatherton (L) and Candice Swanepoel pose together as they arrive for an appearance at Victoria’s Secret store in New York, February 9, 2010.
Swanepoel poses during the appearance.
REUTERS photos by Brendan McDermid