Thursday, November 23, 2006

Thankful for the Elemental...

(O, the, er, humanity! Suicide Girls model Marie, from a recent pictorial. Today I am thankful for the small, ink-slathered things...)

Enjoy your holiday. Me, I'm eyeing the tofurkey.



Protecting Terrorists said...

That chick is disgusting.

ommyth said...

Ha! Well, proximity to the elemental tends to rouse either disgust or desire. You've shown your cards, and I've revealed mine. I find her very appealing.

A mea culpa: I chose the least normative photo from Marie's "Dance with Snakes" series to reproduce here. It gave me pause, too.

Thanks for sharing your disquiet, ProTerror. Much obliged.



Protecting Terrorists said...

Cards? Shown. Oh dear. But then, Wild Is The Wind is utterly enthralling. On most levels anyway.

Ta for the invocation. Nonetheless.

Tom, I know you've had some rough times. Hope you're well. My self-serving anonymity aside.

Reggie Queequeg said...

I don't think she's attractive, but I still like her style. Kind of like how I think dykes with beards and big metal frame glasses are cool...

Reggie Queequeg said...

Oh yeah, and there always is the old saying "The more piercings she has, the more places shell let you put it."

The source? Maxim magazine's 100 Things You Should Know About Women!

I got that from a message board posting, but maybe I should start subscribing, it had lots of other useful things to know such as:
"A girl would prefer to get a $100 gift from Tiffany & Co. than a $500 gift from Fortunoff. Why? Because her friends will ask where she got it."

If I had known that in the past, I'd probably be married right now...

Protecting Terrorists said...

That rings true Queequeg, that multiple orifices thang.

I suppose the fact that Ms. Snake has garnered 6 comments says something about her relative value as a potentially 3-dim conversation piece, at least on par with the E channel's Branjelina, no? And much more accessible to boot.

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