Saturday, February 14, 2009

Pearl Harbor

As my Valentine's Day present to you, here it is. The motherlode.



Remember when the Japanese navy sank virtually the entire American fleet without a declaration of war? Thousands were killed and more were wounded, before they even knew they had an enemy to face. Pain and death rained from the sky, unforeseen and undeserved. The nation was outraged; we swore the date would live in infamy. I just didn't think we would commemorate it like this.

What MONSTER would name a nail polish after this maelstrom of hate? The brand name is Sinful Colors? You're not kidding me! Who thinks that Pearl Harbor is a charming color to put on her nails? Eva Braun?

I just hope they come out with some other colors for this brand. Spring Fling is coming up and I think some sparkly September 11th would really set off my dress.

5 comments:

  1. That's hilarious and frightening!

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  2. Clearly "Raven Red" is supposed not to be the hue of a raven's feathers, but of that ever-popular magical and alchemical ingredient of raven's blood. Nothing should appeal to the crowd of castle-creeping teenaged girls more magnetically than a reference to the needless dissection of fowl.

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  3. OMG UR SUCH A LLOOSSEERRRRRER.
    you can't even afford nail polishes and you're bagging on the TOP nail polish companies that probably make a billion times more in an hour than you do your whole life. you need to stop being so bitter about something as stupid as nail polish names. it's not like you can come up with better ones. if you're gonna talk about nail polish, do it BETTERRRRRRRR.

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  4. Pearl Harbor is a PLACE. It's still there, despite having been attacked by the Japanese over half a century ago. Relax. It's just fingernail polish. And it's a pearly color.

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  5. Pearl Harbor is a PLACE. It's still there, despite having been attacked by the Japanese over half a century ago. Relax. It's just fingernail polish. And it's a pearly color

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