Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Happy Hump Day (The Beginning of a Currier and Ives-Type Petunia Face Family Tradition)

Call it what you will. Laziness. Boredom. A slight penchant for the perverse among us. Quite possibly d.) all of the above. But from here on out I hereby proclaim Wednesday to be a day of Happy Humps, i.e. a day when I fall back on an image I have saved or a funny video, a bizarre product floating in the hinterlands of the www. Somethinganythingeverything that is not about me.

And because I am a woman of pomp and certain circumstance, I hereby declare these two the Petunia Face Prom King and Queen of Happy Hump Day!I do believe this gent possesses a certain je ne sais quoi worthy of title, non? If nothing else, he appears equipped to give you the time should you ask.

And this little lady--well, if hips are a sign of feminine wiles then this little lady is a camel of womanhood, storing wiles in those two impressive lumps should she come across a desert expanse of dry tumbleweed testosterone. I like to imagine the King and Queen living in this Castle of the Bizarre, the two of them carrying on like two bad actors in an "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" commercial, touching each other's wrist just so.

And if that doesn't illustrate just how very random this Happy Hump Day thing will be, then nothing will.

From my castle to yours.
xo,
S

p.s. I feel compelled to point out how much I loathe the word hump, the term "hump day," the picture that comes to mind. Which makes this all the more absurd.

16 comments:

miss. chief said...

i find myself wondering if that woman's hips are natural or if she had them augmented in some way because DAYYYYYYYYYYYYAMMMMMMM

SGM said...

I have to echo miss.chief on that.
It looks like she has two giant turkey legs attached to her hips.

cathi said...

Yikes....!! What happened to those thighs...!

Oonafey said...

That lady is Weird.
Is the castle place for real? Or is it Photoshopped?

arollerskatingjam said...

I saw the 1st photo of that handsome gent yesterday and the first thing that popped into my mind was "Susannah!"

thanks for the laughs!

Sharon, The Queen Blogger said...

The King: Where is he, JC Penney? Get a load of the backdrop. I wonder if they toyed with the Autumn Leaves background and then decided "Na, let's go with the gray. Its my classy"

The Queen: Speaking of Camels ... did you get a load of her toes?

krista said...

is it my imagination or is she pushing her asscheeks apart to showcase the um, well, humpage?
and, yes, he does look equipped. to tell you the time, that is.
maybe it's to showcase that he's never late for the ladies. or the men. or for a hair show.

Sarah - La Jeune Marie said...

That womans body is ridiculous. That is INSANE. If she is surgically enhanced... what ethical doctor would do such a thing? Weirdness.

As usual, Happy Wednesday!

Cindy said...

King - looks eerily like my ex husband when we were dating in 1985

Queen - I have a touch of the saddle bag, but DAMN, GIRL!!!

xo

Petunia Face said...

I was wondering if she wasn't helping herself to an inch or two of spreading her hips myself, but I prefer to think it is all au natural.

As for the house--it's real! Check out more insane houses here:

http://supertremendous.com/Galleries/Amazing/The-25-Most-Amazingly-Bizarre-Houses-In-The-World/amazing-and-dangerous-houses1-256.html#joomimg

Brandi at Duel Living said...

If I had thighs like that...I would DEFINATELY wear a skin tight jumpsuit. FOR SURE! And the king's hair is as cool as his thong....business in the front...party in the back. I think I'm gonna like your new "Hump Day" posts. I like the weird stuff...especially the unicornanus lady!!!

Simply Mel said...

I'm a bit confused as to who should carry the title of King and Queen? The pendulum can swing both ways, don't ya think?

Richie Designs said...

"camel of womanhood" possibly the best line ever written on the web

Kamryn said...

I would love to know how you consistently stumble upon awesomely absurd photos. That's the second best part about your blog (the first being everything else on here...)

Hump makes me think about middle school and how pre-teen boys tossed the word out as if it was a test of each other's masculinity.

anotherfishinthesea said...

This made me laugh so hard, its awesome!

Maggie May said...

miss chief made me snort laugh!