Manspiration Scheduling Update

I know there are a couple people from outside YLF who are mainly checking in on the blog to see the Superhero outfits... Due to wardrobe and dress code restrictions, I'm going to go ahead and implement a schedule change. I will now have:

- Fantasy Fridays
- Superhero Saturdays

Easier to do well, and increased alliteration!

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7 Comments

  • Inge replied 9 years ago

    The alliteration makes it even better:-)
    I'm loving this series, and all your outfits, Rae!

  • Kari replied 9 years ago

    If you're short on ideas (and, I guess, if you've seen the show), GOB from Arrested Development could be VERY fun to pose for, and would give you another opportunity to do a suit and untucked/half-tucked shirt. And throw some scarves and pennies around while holding a knife in your mouth.
    (Tobias Funke is more distinctive, but going topless with short cutoffs would probably break the dress code!)

  • Aida replied 9 years ago

    YES! The guy in the $3000 dollar suit, COME ON!

    (I wonder if Rae could get some Diamond Butter for Tobias? That or be very blue ;) )

  • Kari replied 9 years ago

    Has anyone in this family ever SEEN a chicken?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9TXVMkQ29g

  • Aida replied 9 years ago

    OMG someone made a full video of the chicken dances? Thank you Kari, that was 2.5 minutes of brilliance!! The group dance at the end is one of my favorite AD scenes ever. Ahhhhh I love that show so much :D

  • rae replied 9 years ago

    I'm embarrassed to admit that I don't know the show! It has been on my list forever and I haven't gotten around to it. :(

  • Kari replied 9 years ago

    Oh, Rae, I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I think you'd like it based on what I've seen of your sense of humor. I think the full series is on Netflix online as well as Hulu (or Hulu Plus.) It's utter silliness, but the writing is so tight - sometimes I only notice the punch line of a joke the second time through an episode because it's in advance of the setup of the joke.

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