Tuesday, June 12, 2012

FACEBOOK "CUT-AND-PASTE" POSTER IS WRONG

If you have read this and the old blog, you know I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook. There are things about Facebook that are great and then there are things that are bad. One of those are "cut-and-paste" posters that are so prominent on Facebook. Some are okay because they are uplifting or actually funny. Many seem to be some sort of right-wing propaganda or made by some mean spirited person with an axe to grind (I hate anything featuring the word "FAIL" in big red letters). After seeing these so-called "funny" posters slam deceased entertainers and welfare recipients, I found one above today that is slamming sorority girls. What was funny is the fact that the sorority girls in the photo are smarter than the person who made this poster.

You see I was alive in the 80s. I was also your typical horny heterosexual teenager chasing anything female (Okay, okay, I'll admit, I set my standards higher than most guy, which explains why I'm still single). I looked at every girl that came into my sight and I remember the way they dressed. GIRLS IN THE 80s DID DRESS LIKE THE SORORITY GIRLS IN THIS PHOTO!

Some of you may remember that the first month of this blog I discussed the best thing about women's clothes in the 80s was the blinding bright colors. I also had several follow up post of photos from women's fashion magazines (Originally it was going to be just one big post, but there was a glitch with Blogger's image loader). Here is the second one, the third one, and the final post on the subject. If you want further proof that this poster is historically inaccurate, go look at the entries in the Awkward Family Photos 80s photo contest.

Now, my guess is this may have been made by a guy, because us guys did wear clothing like the characters in The Breakfast Club photo. Sadly, I dressed like Anthony Michael Hall's character, although I thought I was more like Judd Nelson's character. I am guessing the guy who made this poster was EXACTLY like Emilio Estevez's character. There were guys that dressed like that in the 80s. They beat me up every time they caught me talking to a girl that was dressed like the sorority girls in the bottom photo.

As much as I hate it, this poster needs a big red "FAIL" on it. Of course, my opinions are why I'm considered the Super-Villain of the Ozarks!!! Mwu-HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!  

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