Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Vom City, U.S.A.

So fucking disgusting. I don't know why I NEVER thought of it before. I was performing the dreaded task of cleaning my make up brushes and suddenly I wondered where the hair from my "natural" brushes orignated from. I immediately halted the thought because I knew I didn't want to know the answer. 

Street dogs? Baby foxes? 

Ugh, WORSE. Horses and GOATS. I'm smearing HORSE AND GOAT HAIR ALL OVER MY FACE EVERYDAY. 

9 comments:

  1. where else would it come from? they said it was natural... and it is. Doubt you'd rather apply makeup with anything else...

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  2. street dogs!

    ummm, i don't know, mang. it's creepy. i think i'm going to transition to synthetics... or just put it out of my mind.

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  3. I realize I'm a weirdo, but truly I tell you, horses are cleaner than you average Joe. Even goats, to a degree. Unless they are billy goats; they just stink. What I want to know is how in the world they acquire it. I suppose PETA knows. How do you feel about PETA, huh?

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  4. I want my horse to read what blind irish pirate said, cause she must be the exception to the rule. ;)

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  5. Borellana... fair enough. Is she gray? I'm just thinking, hey, better than a cow, whose shit is consistent with a really runny mud. And dung balls. Dung balls clinging to their fur, fur that ends up on brushes that go near your eyes. Can we at least agree that a horse smells sweet and fresh? And, for the most part, can avoid dung balls?

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  6. is it that it's kinda dirty (animal hair on your face), or that it's sad (used to be a horsey)?

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  7. blindirishpirate,

    Ha, no! She's a black and white overo and her white spots are like giant poo/mud magnets. But yes as compared to cows MUCH MUCH cleaner. :)

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  8. yeah, i invested in synthetic a bit ago and they are softer and better than the animaly ones.

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  9. eww, I didn't know that either! Poor horseys :(

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