Oddly Enough Blog
News, but not the serious kind
Blog Guy, I mainly come here for your coverage of really bad fashion. You do show us ALL the worst creations, right?
Wait a second, Blog Guy. Nobody asked you to protect us.
We can take it, no matter how bad it is. We DEMAND to see the worst runway designs this year, and we want to see them now!
But I don’t think…
Don’t make me go to your boss, Blog Guy.
Okay, you asked for it.
Up at the top we have Hulga, sporting a bighorn sheep hairstyle, made possible by 4,260 rubber bands. She hasn’t blinked in a week.
Blog Guy, I have a complaint.
Like many of your readers, I mostly come here for news about fashion on the planet Neptune, but you haven’t had any since last February. Back then, you said fashion photos from the Hubble Telescope showed krunkwads were getting longer for the next season.
Now, what news on the Rialto?
Wait a minute, Ace. That Rialto thing is just a line from “The Merchant of Venice.”
Here we go again, Lamar. We’ve got a major fashion show coming up, and the cost of paying good models would bankrupt us. Have you found a source for bargain-priced chicks, like you usually do?
Blog Guy, I need some of your famous fashion advice.
I’ve seen nothing, I’ve heard nothing.
Good, I guess you’re smarter than you look in your photo.
So anyway, I like to look fashionable, just like anybody on the run. Where can someone like me go for low-profile high fashion?
Lamar, we’ve got another big fashion show today, and money is still very tight.
I sure did, boss. I’d introduce you but they’re tied up right now.
Well, I’d sure like to see them, Lamar. Are they really that busy?
No, not busy, just tied up, like I said.
I figured if I tied up some women and bought ‘em in for the show, then our only cost is 50 yards of clothesline. That’s it.
Quick quiz: The bewildered and confused young women seen here…
a) just can’t understand why they had to get up at noon on a Friday.
b) have just been asked if World War I was fought before or after World War II.
c) have been told they’ve won a dinner date with somebody named Lamar, and they are wary.
d) are actually fashion models, getting “instructions” about the complicated process of walking down a runway, turning around and walking back.
Johnson, get your butt into my office! You call yourself a news photographer? You’ve covered the fashion show all week, and not a single shot of a model falling down!
Well thankfully it’s been a pretty safe show, Boss…
Thankfully? You think readers wanna see skinny chicks standing upright in boring outfits? They want pratfalls! Accidents!
Okay Lamar, business hasn’t picked up at all, so I hope you REALLY saved money on today’s fashion show. We’re just about broke.
Don’t worry, Boss, this one is practically a freebie.
For starters, the dress we’re showing was made entirely with 40 starched linen napkins and some super-glue. The model was a really good sport.