Miss(ed) Manners

October 23, 2008


Filed under: Humor — missedmanners @ 12:28 am

I’ve actually been doing research for a blog entry. I stopped buying books for college after my freshman year, never did a lick of homework, scammed my way through all my core classes and I’m doing research for a blog entry.

I just find that funny.

After having kicked around Monday’s post with some friends via the Interbutts and various other, more antiquated forms of communication, it’s been decided that a thorough accounting of the various naturally occurring forms of sluttiness is needed in this great day and age.

A Monster’s Manual of Ho’s, so to speak. Who do you think would have more HD: Samantha or Farrah Fawcett?

I slept through a final during my sophomore year and now I’m citing wikipedia sources regarding female promiscuity.

Priorities were never my strong suit.

Should have it done in a few days. 😀


  1. Farrah was more of a sex symbol back in the day rather than a ho.
    Just saying, but boy, did she love trees in Cannonball Run.;)

    Comment by Keith — October 23, 2008 @ 9:40 am | Reply

  2. True, BUT, in the traditional three woman group dynamic (which was the group dynamic of the seventies and eighties) there was always the tough chick, the smart chick and the bimbo, or slut. This dynamic was called “The Charlie’s Angels” group, as it was based on the show.

    Bear in mind that a slut from the 70’s would be very different from a slut of today.

    Comment by missedmanners — October 23, 2008 @ 10:40 am | Reply

  3. Thank you.

    I reccomend throwing in the use of the word ‘Frog’ liberally. It’s a Victorian slur for prostitute and just darn fun to say.

    Looking forward to your new entry.


    Comment by Ally — October 23, 2008 @ 9:57 pm | Reply

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