Remember the group the Spice Girls?
Well, I am not talking about them in this post. I am referring to the women today that don’t realize that inner beauty trumps tramp.
I like to eat but I like the natural taste of foods. I never want steak sauce for my steak. Why? Then I wouldn’t know if I was eating a shoe or a piece of accurately cook beef.
I know a couple of ladies that like to “season” everything and I think it is endemic of our society. There is too much seasoning going on and the natural is lost. Everything taste better with a pinch of salt but you can leave the other flavor enhancing stuff in the bottle.
I think the same thing goes for appearance. Tattoos are ugly 98% of the time on 100% of the women that get them. I did fall for line that “I was the first to see your butterfly tattoo” you have in your bikini area. I admit it but I didn’t bring you home to mama either though did I?
The woolly caterpillars that have become eyelashes are a bit much. The shiny black hair that must come from somewhere itchy can go too. I can see the familiar pat, pat, pat, in the car ahead of me as you try to scratch the itchy scalp without injury. Cute shouldn’t be painful. I assume it is though because the stilettos make you look like a streetwalker. With all the fashion taking its cues from the ladies and men of the night, I wonder what they wear now that looks outrageous, over the top and inviting to get your attention while walking the strip in search of losers, when little girls are wearing tight jeans with the words “Juicy” or “Pink” emblazoned on their bumpers.
It’s not just the young unfortunately. There are too many mature women trying to look like their daughters and have colored their hair to match Ronald McDonald instead of letting it gray naturally. Orange is funny not sexy but no one hears me.
Skinny jeans belong on skinny people and that is it. I am sure I am being insensitive to fashionistas but maybe not.
What do you think?
Rev. Kenn Blanchard, internet radio broadcaster, online advertiser, veteran, concealed carry activist and harley davidson motorcycle enthusiast shares whats on the minds of hunters and concealed carry permit holders. http://blackmanwithagun.com