Thursday, May 14, 2009

Yeah Carrie Prejean ...

... you should do what Shanna Moakler did. Pose for racy pictures* AFTER you do your stint as Miss Cali**.
"I want to be a role model for young [women] with high hopes of pageantry, but now feel it more important to be a role model for my children."
Yah, because allowing Playboy to objectify you for millions of men is really setting a sterling example for young girls across the country. Oh please. Besides, what a senseless bit of stupid drama***, but that's what you get when anything involves Perez Hilton. Drama. Does anyone even really care about the Miss America pageant anyways? Anyone? Anyone? Oh, and Donald, you don't count.



* According to WIKI, she was December 2001's Playmate of the Month.

** SARCASM for the humor impaired.

*** The question Perez Hilton asked was a valid one, and Carrie Prejean should have responded in a much better fashion, but the resultant outcry from people like Perez Hilton and Shanna Moakler, milking it for all that it was worth for their 16th minute of fame, was pathetic.

2 comments:

laurel said...

I can't believe how many news agencies picked up this drama and reported it as though it were actually news.

"I want to be a role model for young [women] with high hopes of pageantry" what an odd goal. how are any of the pageant ladies are role models?

Thomas Joseph said...

I have no idea. I always thought it was the mothers who had high hopes of pageantry for their daughters. Daughters who just happened to get sucked into the whole mess (so their mothers could live vicariously) starting around the age of three.

The whole thing scares me. I know there is a Mister Universe, though that is a body building competition. Is there is a Mister America? Other than the comic book character that is?