And now, a word about women, beauty, and wrestling. And even if you disagree, you get photos of hotchix in these links you can enjoy.
I don’t go to WWF video game forums looking for intellectual enrichment, but glargh. Here’s what I read there, and here’s how I replied…
This Guy’s Message: (insert picture of Stacey Keibler here) what a cutie and a hottie!!!!!!!!!!!!!! this chick is sooooooooooo cute
Time for me to get flamed and/or called gay, but…
I can’t tell Stacey Keibler or Torrie Wilson apart. They’re both generic anorexic breast implant heaving midriff showing long straight orange-blonde hair wearing orange-blond skin-coated freaks of the VH1 and/or “Friends” school of fashion design and beauty, and I’d really like to see both of them off my TV screen as soon as possible, preferably via a high velocity projectile cannon.
THEN we can make room for women with more personality, variety, and attitude like Lita, Molly, Jacky, Ivory and (dare I say it) Nidia. You know, ones that don’t look like they were stamped out of the same cloning machine that supplies Baywatch with the kind of blondes you can make light bulb jokes about.
Although I draw the line at Mae Young and Fabulous Moolah. (shiver)
Anyway, this is something Jen and I talk a lot about. I just do not see the appeal in generic stick figure blondes. Hell, I don’t even see the appeal in T&A in general. Sexy and beauty to me is more in the person itself… who you are, what you do, how you act, and costuming is a part but you can be damn sexy and still be fully clothed. Sometimes that’s even better than running around in bikinis and stupidly large high heels, because it gives you PERSONALITY instead of ‘just another person in swimswear’.
I shake my head and wonder sometimes about my fellow representatives of the Y chromosome, I tell you.