Saturday, January 30, 2010

Fast, Loose and Lovely

Here at Infomaniac you know them as Felix In Hollywood and kabuki zero


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But around town, all the men know them as …

27 comments:

  1. How many switchblades in each bouffant?
    I don't want to find out.

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  2. The wigs look very heavy.

    Bless.

    Oh hai XL

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  3. ...they could be my backing singers...
    Sx

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  4. I am not worth of their fabulousness.

    *sigh*

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  5. How many Nuns had to be shaved to create those fabulous crowning glories?

    Several Convents one might suspect.

    Love the shoes, love the outfits and love the handbag.

    Is one of them "with child" and out shopping for nursery furnishings ?
    I spy a baby carriage attmpting to be hidden in the background....

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  6. Ha! XL, I was thinking the same thing!

    Don't worry, ladies. Just do your Kegels and you'll be right and tight, ready to walk those streets again!

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  7. Black pekingese dogs seem to be eating those poor girls heads and they're too stoned to notice

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  8. XL: Me love you long time.

    So you speak their language?

    BOXER: *sigh*
    jealous


    Aren’t we all?

    MR. PEENEE: So glamorous. So deadly.

    Licensed to thrill.

    JASON: How many switchblades in each bouffant?
    I don't want to find out.


    I think we’re agreed that despite the danger, these two are bouffant-abulous.

    CYBERPOOF: The wigs look very heavy.
    Bless.


    You’re speaking from experience, of course.

    SCARLET: ...they could be my backing singers...

    I bet you didn’t know that I Wanna Be An Ikette.

    ROSES: I am not worth of their fabulousness.

    You’re in good company.

    MAGO: ... the Queen's Guard?

    But which Queens?

    PRINCESS: How many Nuns had to be shaved to create those fabulous crowning glories?
    Several Convents one might suspect.
    Love the shoes, love the outfits and love the handbag.
    Is one of them "with child" and out shopping for nursery furnishings ?
    I spy a baby carriage attmpting to be hidden in the background....


    See Eros’ comment, below.

    EROS: Ha! XL, I was thinking the same thing!
    Don't worry, ladies. Just do your Kegels and you'll be right and tight, ready to walk those streets again!


    I misread “Kegels” as ”Kugels” and worked up an appetite.

    LULU: Black pekingese dogs seem to be eating those poor girls heads and they're too stoned to notice

    Being that this is the morning after the night before, I’m sure they’re too stoned to notice I’ve posted this too!

    NORMADESMOND: we love you long time.

    Well you’d better speed it up because the metre’s running!

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  9. I need a wig like that. Just until I can grow my own hair long enough to Ultra-Bouff it.

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  10. To clarify, I'm fast - Felix is loose, and we are both lovely. Thank you for noticing. ANd yes, that is our real hair.

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  11. The pram in the background contained our boombox that was providing 'mood' music for this photo shoot.

    I must also mention the horrible typographical error on the lower left corner of the book. It was meant to be Kabuki's famous quote (which was always the secret to our success), "Let Lovers Come First, Last and Always".

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  12. CYBERPOOF: Of course darrrrrrrling!

    Not surprised.

    IVD: I need a wig like that. Just until I can grow my own hair long enough to Ultra-Bouff it.

    Ultra-Bouffit rhymes with “Ultra-Pouffit”.

    Isn’t that your drag name?

    KABUKI: To clarify, I'm fast - Felix is loose, and we are both lovely. Thank you for noticing. ANd yes, that is our real hair.

    So YOU’RE responsible for the hole in the ozone layer!

    FELIX: The pram in the background contained our boombox that was providing 'mood' music for this photo shoot.
    I must also mention the horrible typographical error on the lower left corner of the book. It was meant to be Kabuki's famous quote (which was always the secret to our success), "Let Lovers Come First, Last and Always".


    And what’s in your handbag?

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  13. How long does it take to do your hair?

    I don't know, I'm never there


    Like Dolly Parton.

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  14. For the answer to the mysteries of the handbag, dear Mistress, you will have to ask Kabuki. You see it was actually his bag. Being the very definition of sisterly kindness that he is, he tossed it to me just before the picture was snapped, so that I could hide an unsightly bruise on my shin that I had received the night before from a client who was a dwarf.

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  15. 'Chonga' before chonga was cool.

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  16. *has sudden urge to buy AquaNet and carry a sharpened rattail comb*

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  17. CYBERPOOF: How long does it take to do your hair?
    I don't know, I'm never there
    Like Dolly Parton.


    Do you buy your wigs from the Dolly Parton Collection?

    FELIX: For the answer to the mysteries of the handbag, dear Mistress, you will have to ask Kabuki. You see it was actually his bag. Being the very definition of sisterly kindness that he is, he tossed it to me just before the picture was snapped, so that I could hide an unsightly bruise on my shin that I had received the night before from a client who was a dwarf.

    Well, kabuki?

    I’m guessing Poppers and condoms and a change of panties.

    But then again it could be a dog-eared copy of James Joyce's Ulysses.

    NATIONS: 'Chonga' before chonga was cool.
    *has sudden urge to buy AquaNet and carry a sharpened rattail comb*


    If this is your way of trying to get your hands on my “autographed by John Waters” can of AquaNet hairspray, you can forget it.

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  18. That is my working purse. I fart into the purse and stash my money in my 'other bag'. If the purse is stolen I can recover it later from the dead body. Chinese food disagrees with kabuki - ironic isn't it?

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  19. KABUKI: That is my working purse. I fart into the purse and stash my money in my 'other bag'. If the purse is stolen I can recover it later from the dead body. Chinese food disagrees with kabuki - ironic isn't it?

    Your farts, then, are lethal weapons.

    *stands well back*

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