The last several weeks have only consisted of getting home, watching reruns, having dinner, going to sleep.
Nothing to eventful until now.
It takes me a while to grasp onto a new show. I'm the audience member that focus group handlers revere because I won't give a show a second go unless their focal points are sex, alcohol, and tomfoolery.
You would almost think I was born with a penis.
No penis, just straight vajay jay.
Anywho, last night I turned to FOX to watch the new show "More to Love".
**side eyed intensified**
All I can say, if the purpose of the show was to show big people can find true love regardless of their size, producers sadly missed their mark.
This show almost made "thickums" a joke.
What I saw was some overweight/obese, whiny, insecure women biding for the man of their dreams.
It was essentially the bachelor on cheesecake.
No joke. I swear I shed a tear for the embarrassment some of these women probably feel after watching this show air.
I'm curious to know what executive at FOX said, "I got an idea..."
"Fat women fighting for a semi-attractive man will revolutionize reality t.v."
Oh television, when will you learn. This $hit ain't gonna fly.
Not even a woman who's overweight, an average size 14, would want to watch this show.
The humor came when the cattiness began.
"OMG, I can't believe she jumped in the pool. I can't stand women who try to go the extra mile to get attention."
NEWSFLASH honey, you're on t.v. looking for true love. How extra could that be????
I'm just waiting for anti-discriminating leagues of obese chicks to send a letter of some disagreement of the stereotypical images brought to by your favorite network of racism.
I'd say FOX gets an A for effort but gets an F for execution.
Some days I feel like writing others I just don't want to jot down ish that has annoyed me.
I don't think I've been that pissed off in while to post anything worth writing.
But today calls for one of those long posts that'll just end up being a PSA of some type.
Yeah she cut off her "hair", I put hair in quotations bc nowadays that's a bit questionable. How long was hair to begin with???
What celebrity have you seen rocking their natural hair????
Even kim kardashian laces that ish up, and she's Armenian!!! That tells you this is is global!!! LOL!
I can't count one, can you???
Some peoples claim to fame is just what they can do with their do. A$$IE What crazy design they can shave into their scalp. LA LA What punk rock Mohawk they can rock with their ill fitting clothes. Rihanna
OKAY, we get it.
I however, as of late, cut my lush locs short and their was much reason behind the end result.
To each is their own. Ya kno, and to each person they have their own reasons for a hairdo. Whether it's because it's the newest fad or because it's time to restart again.
We all have our own selfish reasons for styling ourselves which ever way that we do.
But the reason for the mid week break, seeing that I post like every other week is in regards to ignorance begetting ignorance.
Today would be the second time in 2009 when the blogsphere have missed the mark. (The first was with the Rihanna incident. See my other post for that one.)
Matter of fact, not the blogs but the comments that have been given.
It cuts real deep when women of African descent refer to Solange's new do as a field nigger effect.
Comments that insult natural beauty outside of weaves, fronts, and wigs.
This comes from a one time relaxer, twice a natural sister, neva rocking a weave working woman type gal, if you get my drift.
I have and will continue to pose the notion that African American women will always be a slave to their hair.
Will neva let their hair breathe without chemically altering it. Or find themselves looking in the mirror to look at the natural beauty without the lush extention they bought at Hair Stop on Washington St.
I'm assuming that most women who do weave up the hair is because their natural hair is to short to be considered beautiful, in their eyes as well as others.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but the excuse you have for my previous statement is probably that, nah, my hair is long enough, it's just that I like to add a bit of thickness to my already "long" straggly hair.
Okay, now that we've established that your in denial, lets move on to the next excuse you conjured up.
It's easier to manage and it's more office appropriate.
Okay, much like the movie Bolier Room, I got a load of rebuttals for the wack a$$ excuses that you can give me.
I did not say you must come to work rocking a fro and an afro pick with tribal paint slathered on your face.
It does not make you look uncivilized or non-American. And as much as you like to continue to lie to your self, trust me your co-workers and human resource could care less. Those heffas are trying to keep their job and you're certainly not on their radar.
Well Miss X, you seem to have all the answers, we can't be as brave as you and machete our hair off.
Okay I didn't ask you to!!! All I want to get through that thick weave cap, is that YOU don't have the right or privileg to comment/ critique on a woman following the route less traveled.
I applaud anybody who goes a drift simply bc they've had enough with what society says we should be.
Don't you see it folks.
We're a country of money hungry consumers and where pumped with we aren't beautiful enough without long straight hair.
While we're chasing straight hair other countries chase curly texturized hair.
Nobody is perfect and we all have our own perception of perfection.
Just 'cause you're drinking the koolaid don't hate because I'm drink running water from a well.