Sunday, November 11, 2007

Pink Platform Shoes


Some days things just seem to drop in your lap. Like today, there I am minding my own business, my partner and I quietly enjoying the surf sound from the front room of his beach house, when low and behold what do I see? That’s right... you guessed it... PINK PLATFORM SHOES hovering right outside the window. Now, normally I would just shake my head, admire my own good taste in shoes and mumble about all the good shoe designers now in Second Life while quietly going on about my business. But not today. This girl obviously needs help. I mean, she’s clearly wearing expensive skin, she can afford better! Perhaps she just doesn’t know. No... no that can’t be right. After further inspection, it’s evident she thinks this ensemble... and I use that term loosely, is stylish. These aren't just pink platform shoes but glaringly, BLINGY pink platform shoes. Now come on, everyone who’s anyone now knows ... bling is dead... it’s evil and it needs a stake through the heart. But not this girl. The offense gets worse. She goes on to complement this outfit with some pink "cling wrap" which enhances the knowledge that, yes, she does know how to use the breast size slider. And obviously she thought these puppies were best showed using her very expensive skin. But wait! There’s more! Check out the watch this girl is wearing... now... granted she is blonde, but a timepiece only needs to be so large. I could tell the time of day from the comfort of my chair inside my partner's house. Not only by the size of the dial ,but the luminescence of the bling incorporated with this piece of, dare I call it this, jewelry. Sigh... short skirt, pink cling wrap, blingy pink platform shoes and a watch that only the Jolly Green Giant should be seen in. This is what "fashion" is all about.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG... /me uses eye bleach to rid herself of the image.

Cherie Parker said...

/me nods... I needed a brain scrubby myself after that incident.

Anonymous said...

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Seems a bit harsh doesnt it?

Cherie Parker said...

I agree beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and in this beholders eye, it's not beautiful. Sorry if you think this is harsh. But as the name of this blog indicates... it's Blunt Fashion Sense.

X said...

Wow. If I hadn't seen it with my own two eyes, I wouldn't believe it. Please pass both the brain scrubby AND the eye wash. Make mine extra strength.

iskandra said...

Uargh. I'm blind now.... :)

Alyx Sands

Vincent Nacon said...

"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Seems a bit harsh doesnt it?"

Idiotic in the mind of the beholder sounds much better this way.

Why? Because it's just a sign of ego, the lack of social adaptation. If one can't appear to be "beautiful" to others... then that person is self-centered, retarded, stubborn, or even in state of denial.

Am I being harsh? Unfortunately, the person whom I'm talking about is being harsh by dragging herself down in her own social world.

She need to catch up.