Here, each hole starts on Wednesdays and this is what fell through this past week, in more than one way or day:
On Wednesday, September 25, Dior organized its Parisian Fashion Week run in the Rodin museum, and TPV missed it.
On Thursday, September 26, the Annual Razzie Awards took place and disappointingly, TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN PART 2 which went into the 33rd race with a near-record 11 nominations (more nods than there were categories) only managed to “win” seven spray-painted statuettes, including Worst Picture, Worst Actress (Kristen Stewart) Worst Supporting Actor (Taylor Lautner), Worst Screen Couple (Lautner and 12 year-old Mackenzie Foy) and Worst Screen Ensemble. This much fun to have your vote matter for only a $40 annual membership to the Razzie community, TPV is joining in.
On Friday, September 27, the world UN patriarchy voted for peace at the UN headquarters, making feministas all over the world inquire what the hell they stand for if not for peace?
On Saturday and Sunday, the non-orthodox world teased all religious orthodoxies by choosing Miss Philippines, the new scantily dressed Miss World.[youtube id= zlQWBtW5oqA width= 470 height=315] Some covered-up girls found the moment too galling and put on a Venetian Carnival attire to protest.
Or, as Cyndi Lauper would say, girls just wanna have fun! [youtube id= PIb6AZdTr-A width= 470 height=315]
On Monday, September 30, President Obama missed our call congratulating him for finally assuming the US presidency and refusing to start war with Syria just to prove something to his rather old and bad-looking harem: the Clintons, the Rices, the Palosis, and the Powers.
On Tuesday, October 1, Michele Obama wrote to Charlene of Monaco apologizing for almost missing to invite Charlene to a first wives lunch while in New York. In her defense Michele of the United States said,
Charlene, you waited so quietly for so many decades, that we, the other wives thought you dead.
Indeed Charlene stood by Alfred for decades in charge of Alfred’s many one-night stands, some more real than Charlene’s own marriage to Alfred, that TPV calls Charlene of Monaco: That’s a woman’s woman… and no girl should emulate that strength of character!