Tuesday, June 13, 2006


How Come Some Women Can't put on Make-up?


Okay, I know this is complete double standard as the vast majority of men don't wear make-up, but why does this become an unlearnable skill for some women? Those that have foundation caked on, or eye shadow that completely clashes with everything, or like this lady just gets her make up everywhere. I know that this is an area that I have very little expertise, but I think I am at least proficient enough in basic guy skills to expect that grown women should also be at least equally poficient in expected women skills. Let's go ladies! Get it together. Don't be like this lady, put your make-up on straight. Don't get it all over you face. It makes you look foolish and slovenly.

9 comments:

Gyuss Baaltar said...

Dagromm may prefer his women to paint themselves like harlots, but in the cave of Gyuss Baaltar, we like our women au-naturel.

And by that I mean: no makeup, hair in a ponytail, and in the kitchen making me a sandwich.

Q said...

Hmmm, GB that is interesting. In the Q's corner we just prefer them subservient, asian and covered in blood much like the photo that Dags has on his post. Eff me that is hot.

cyberman said...

...

Gyuss Baaltar said...

I can only think of one thing that should have that kind of spray pattern on a woman's face...

....


....

....


....

....

.....

......ketchup from a bottle she slapped too hard while making me my sandwich!

Q said...

I don't care who you are that right there was funny!

*Gently eases revolver up to temple

Gyuss Baaltar said...

Q, you are a sick man. I am shocked at your depravity.

We will need to visit Caligula's so that I can make further observations.

Dagromm said...

Caligula was mysteriously burned down years ago after it was found to be connected to bribing city council members to keep the cops away. Damn, I miss that place.

Gyuss Baaltar said...

Dagromm,

You have your research assignment: what is our Caligula replacement?

err...I mean I'm coming to town to play Heroclix if the wife is reading this.

Dagromm said...

The Penthouse Key Club is a great expo for local talent, but I'm willing to check out other places as well. My wife doesn't know this blog exists at this time, but I wouldn't hide going from her either.