Monday, February 13, 2006

I Think I May Need to Change My Pants

Words cannot express the thoughts that raced through my head when I first glimpsed this picture of Condi:

Uh... whoah... that's a really awesome look. I honestly thought, just for a second, that we were witnessing the first ever Severe Hairdo Alert. Alas, it was all a trick o' the lens:

Standing in front of a Hungarian flag with the symbol of the Soviet Union cut out of its center, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice smiles while addressing guests at a reception commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Hungarian revolution at the State Department in Washington, February 13, 2006
OMG, don't do that to me! I nearly had a heart attack over here!


UPDATE 2, from Pony Pal™ Modified Dangler:


Karen Zipdrive said...

I think she deserves an honorary severe hairdo alert.

Montserrat Nicolás said...

Miss Pony, can we please go to the Dada together? Prettyplease...?


choff said...


Civic Center said...

Condi in front of the Black Soviet Union hacked out of the Hungarian flag IS Dada. I almost had to change my pants too. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Tres beaux, eh?
Oh my lovely wet pony, might someone add a lovely fake seal coat with acrylic lamb collar. Looks like Condi fled from different damnation than we did after leaving high-school. I expect the best.
There is so much in the feedbag that I'm sure sugar cubes like Dick Cheney can not distract the velvety nose of our wonder pony sparkling.

the Alpha John said...
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Karen Zipdrive said...

I love the photo with the yellow pick. Gives her street cred.
Happy Valentine's Day to you, Miss Pony.

Anonymous said...

Have you seen this pic of condi lecturing a paper doll?
Anyhow, it was on the front of boingboing today. I dunno

Anonymous said...

Oh my GOD, don't DO that to me! Thank God I had my Depends on. Of course, people in the offices near me think I have lost my mind. Thanks, SP!

Unknown said...

I love them all..hard to pick a favorite.

Sarah Letnes said...

OMG. For a second there, I thought I was having a stroke.