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October 17, 2006

Lenin, Trotsky and Lockhart

I was all set to rant and rave about Days of Our Lives and how EJ called Sami a tramp (she's not a tramp! If anything, she is a serial monogamist!) in the presence of a real life whore and then that dovetailed into a rant on how a significant portion of Salem residents have a history of prostitution (Kate, Billie, "Willow", Kimberly Brady, Eve Donovan) and then THAT turned into a question about why Chelsea would turn to faux prostitution in order to get the attention of her parents, which led me to wonder why she even cares about Bo and Billie being married since, for the majority of the time she has been alive after dying in a swamp, she didn't live with them and honestly, who fakes being a call girl, whatever happened to cutting class and drinking too much?

But all of that was eclipsed by the look Mimi has been sporting.

I give up. It's so wrong. And not so wrong that it's right, it's so wrong that I wonder if Farah Fath is secretly a serial killer or maybe she gave the entire wardrobe department the flu or organized bumfights or SOMETHING, because SERIOUSLY.

I've wondered about her hair before, thinking that the razored platinum helmet was the worst it could get. It's so not. Why is someone wearing a Joan Jett mullet in 2006?

She's also dressing like a communist. Chairman Meems, perhaps? Is this how she deals with the fallout of losing Shawn, by reevaluating her ideologies and principles? I'm actually stunned speechless.

Screencaps courtesy of Days of Our Lives 2

-Promising Ingénue


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