Talk About Bum Cakes My Girl’s Got ‘Em
As you all probably know, American Apparel is currently searching for “The Best Bottom in the World!” Commentary on this contest is moot considering it does all the talking for itself.
I’ve combed through over 1200 butts to find you my favorites. Thoughts?
(P.S.- If you get a chance, please check out my post at Alternative Apparel today and let me know your thoughts)
Ginger was surprised at how much the tree tasted like snozberries.
Finally fed up with not being able to get her shirt on, Suzy left the house and was quickly mounted by a neighborhood kid who mistook her for a pony.
Seeing a large American Apparel billboard while walking down Sunset Boulevard, Lindsey had an epiphany. “Is that what I look like?!” she shouted into the air. She promptly turned around and threw up in the nearest trash can.
Steve refused to look out the window and see a world where Geraldo Rivera impersonators are not accepted.
Dana’s lifelong dream of becoming a My Little Pony was finally taking shape.
The ideology of butt contests made Jason go into a deep and unforgiving despair.
Julie was afraid that if she stopped running, gravity would soon catch up to her ass and therefore no longer make her relevant.
“Honey, I think there is something on my back, can you see what it is?”
“Daddy, can I put my shirt back on? It’s cold.”