Oddly Enough Blog
News, but not the serious kind
Bob, it’s me. Your boss. Remember we discussed increasing traffic to your blog? Huh?
Sure, Boss. I’m supposed to blog on Saturdays and Sundays too, 365 days a year, and never take a day off because “days off are for losers,” right?
Yes, but we also discussed targeting content to your key audience. Our demographic research shows your readers are very interested in two things: sexy chicks and cheese.
Blog Guy, I need some travel advice. I’m going to New York City this week, and I want to make sure I see the city’s famous magical Christmas window displays. I know about Bloomingale’s, Macy’s, Tiffany, but I don’t want to miss anything. What’s the very best holiday window display?
You must see the one at Fifth Avenue and 38th Street, where models are stripping down to their underwear and lounging around in a store window with lots of skin showing, attracting huge holiday crowds.
Quick quiz: The photo above shows… a popular Village People tribute group a Las Vegas City Council meeting an actual Hubble Telescope photograph of heaven a cheap, desperate, pathetic attempt to boost blog traffic by running a vulgar commercial event into the ground
Come back tomorrow for photos of a Las Vegas School Board meeting!
Above: Models wave after presenting creations at the 2009 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York, November 19, 2009.
Well, I thought maybe if you used a few more gratuitous photos from the big Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York it might artificially pump up your weekend numbers. I know it’s a cheap trick, but times are hard.
We are told in a bunch of captions that this is a $3 million bra, but we are given no clue as to why it costs at least two and a half million dollars more than a regular bra.
Here are some possible reasons for that price tag, but these are only wild guesses…
Anyway, an artist in Brussels has just opened the Musee du Slip, featuring framed underwear donated by mostly Belgian artists, singers and politicians.
Blog Guy, I could use some travel advice. I’m going to Israel tomorrow, and I need to know what clothes to pack. I want to blend in, and not take a lot of stuff I won’t wear.
Four words for you. Fruit of the Loom.
I checked the last few photos we have showing people in Israel, and it seems all they wear this time of year is underwear.
It’s time again for Fashion Mailbag, where we solve readers’ unusual wardrobe dilemmas.
Every so often an idea comes along that is so awful it makes me wonder why there isn’t a “Bad Idea Hall of Fame” or maybe a “Bad Idea Olympics.”
Meet the “marriage hunting” bra, unveiled today in Tokyo.
It features a digital marriage countdown clock and, being a bra, it is worn around the midriff. I’m not making this up.