|Source: Johnny Carson- Joan & Johnny-|
Now that's it, I'm tired of being serious and if I go down that road too much longer, I'm going to fall asleep at the computer, but I just wanted to get that off my chest. As far as skinny women vs. curvy women. For you football fans out there, that would be like asking me which team would I rather have, the 17-0 1972 Miami Dolphins, or the 0-14 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Do you want to win, or lose, you want a women with a body or someone who gets knocked to the ground every time there's a light breeze in the air.
As far as bimbos. I believe bimbos actually serve as a useful purpose. Not that I would want a whole football team of bimbos. Not even the cheerleading squad, because you would still need cheerleaders who are smart enough to do the cheers. Cheerleading is not just sexy curvy women swinging their legs in the air. It requires some degree of intelligence like being able to follow instructions. But what bimbos do, is give smart people, people to make fun of. And parents to tell their kids, "hey Sally, that is not what you want to be in life. Get your education and everything else".
As far as guys checking out women. There's a way to do it like a man and the way to do it like you've been locked up solitary confinement for twenty-years straight and never saw a women in person, or on TV, or heard one on the radio, or saw one in the magazine, no females came to visit you in the joint, even your mother. All of the prison staff are men and they are all straight by the way. The guy just getting out of long-term isolation drops the quarter in front of the sexy women to get her to lean over and pick it up. The man enjoys the view and what it in front of him and doesn't do anything obvious at least before they exchange eye-contact and then they take it from there.
Joan Rivers was great on Johnny Carson and one thing I loved about her routine, was that she was real and didn't do anything that wasn't Joan. She knew who she was and where she came from and was damn proud of that and the fact that she also had a great sense of humor and the ability to communicate in a hysterical way about what she saw in life and learned from it and express the weakness's of others in a humorous constructive way, just makes her that much better. She wasn't a bitch, but some who critiqued in a way that could make people better and teach others.