Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Concepts Illustrated

21 comments:

Jun Okumura said...

Who dat girl? Not Mr. Cheney, the one at the top, the one who looks like someone lifted out of an '80s sit-com.

Peteykins said...

That's That Girl.

Wow, that was fun to say.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Eww.

Anonymous said...

Marlo Thomas!

Matty Boy said...

Modern hairdressing aesthetics have made the "no hair out of place" look, so wonderfully represented by Marlo Thomas for women and Bobby Goldsboro for men, old fashioned and quaint. Moreover, highlighting technology has advanced faster than anything this side of the microprocessor.

That said, Peteykin's artistic eye has captured the essence of Sarah Palin's look with uncanny accuracy.

Madduane said...

Proof! Thanks for this!

Lulu Maude said...

Best math lesson I've had in a decade.

Fran said...

I know you hate gushing but I love you for this.

g said...

God, Sarah's bumpit is even higher than Marlos.

susan s. said...

I think that's just her brain blowing up, g.

Karen Zipdrive said...

HAHAHAHAHAHA!!

Cynica said...

Genius.

TexasYankee said...

Sarah's hair looks raggedy. Must have something to do with being churned through an equal sign...

sleepyinsaudi said...

This is better than John Stuart.HAHAHAHAHA

Karen Zipdrive said...

Her hairdo is so retro it made me want to enter the Pillsbury Bakeoff, then put on my pearls and house dress and go to the market.
I'm craving a big bowl of moose stew.

samael7 said...

Matty Boy, m'boy, couldn't have said it better. Peteykins eye has it right on the nose, or in this case, snarl.

okojo said...

That was brilliant!!! good job Princess Sparkle Pony..

dguzman said...

Math has never been so scary.

samael7 said...

Free To Be You And Me, Unless Your A Ter'rist Then It's Off To Gitmo With You, You Betcha

Karen Zipdrive said...

I read somewhere that Palin's new 'do is a mass of extensions.
Who knew you could buy extensions with split ends?!

mollyrogers said...

We need the full Palin Hairdo Alert System, please