You may have heard about a new walk of shame kit that comes in a can. It contains a very small dress, flip flops, backpack, sunglasses, a pre-pasted toothbrush, wipes, and call/don’t call note cards to leave behind.
It seems ridiculous to me, but whatever floats the little man in the boat.
Here’s a novel idea-bring the guy over to your house or apartment and let him worry about getting home in last nights sexy outfit and makeup.
“Shame, like beauty, is often in the eye of the beholder.” Julie Burchill
The Walk of Shame
I know what you’re thinking: I love, I love, I love my calender girl. Yeah, sweet calender girl. I love, I love, I love my calender girl, each and every day of the year.
But some people in Poland disagree.
A Polish casket company has pictured twelve different models with coffins for their 2014 calendar.
Speaking about the calendar with the scantily-clad models striking poses with coffins, a Lindner spokesman said that it was an attempt to portray “perfect harmony between Lindner coffins and natural wood (natural wood?), blue sea, red flowers, green fields and the beauty of the female body.”
However, Catholics in Poland have expressed anger over the steamy marketing strategy, and insisted that they should be stopped because they blur the line between sex and death.
Yeah well, photography, art, sex and death are interpreted differently by different people. I think the lines between sex and death are blurred very nicely here.
I wonder what aperture they shot at?
Lindner Coffins Calendar