Open Post: Hosted By The Trifecta Of Pure Elegance 

September 26, 2017 / Posted by:

If you were at MoMA in NYC recently, then you definitely already saw that picture above, because it has replaced Monet’s Reflections of Clouds on the Water-Lily Pond. Monet tried it, but that portrait above does a much better job of displaying natural beauty and floral delicateness.

It’s actually amazing that the sun is a thing that still exists today. Because any acclaimed scientist will tell you that the sun should immediately melt when hit by the powerful rays of perfection shooting off of the trio of brilliant human spotlights that is Angelique “Frenchy” Morgan, Phoebe Price and Shauna Sand. The modern day Iris (Frenchy), the modern day Athena (PP) and the modern day Aphrodite (Shauna) joined supremely gorgeous forces in the name of art.

In case you couldn’t already tell by the sight of every pop trick in the game applying for a job at Forever 21 since their careers are over, Frenchy has a new pop song out called Stripperland, which will definitely go triple used condom. And Frenchy asked her partners in beauty, Chicken Cutlets and the Empress of Lucite, to take her video to the upper echelons of hotness by being it. The song sounds like it’s “sung” by a slutty French toddler robot on fast-acting Ambien, and in the video, the three dance like slutty wind dancers on red wine and painkillers. What I’m saying is that it is perfect. If Charlie was the owner of a truck stop strip club, these would be his Angels.

Your eyes probably burned so much that they stopped, dropped (out of your head) and rolled to the nearest body of water. And no, you bitch, they weren’t burning from suddenly developing a case of genital warts. They burned from the sheer fire of it all.



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