(sorry about the poor picture quality. it was taken with my covert, cell phone, as I was driving by Miss Lady Liberty)
There are a few things that this pee-pee dancing character, that perplex me:
- Do these dorky, live, advertisements really work? I mean really!?!?! There has never been a time when I have seen the Little Cesar's add, a home sales add, or even Miss Lady Liberty add, convince me to buy their product or have my taxes done by these various people!
- Is dorky dancing a requirement when applying for this type of career? Should I make note of it on my resume? (example: Qualifications - I have two years of experience in live advertising. I am highly talented in the areas of waving, spinning signs of various sizes, and dancing. I am well trained in the dance of shuffling, break dancing (mainly performing the "worm"), and rave dancing. I have been known to catch the attention of many passerbys!
- And last, but not least, what sex is the above pictured live advertisement? I, at first, had the above character pegged as a male. But then I noticed a very long ponytail, nestled just below the crown.
Miss Lady Liberty may not be a "miss" after all. Lady Liberty just may be a guy, dressed in drag. Lady Liberty is a he-she. A she-man.
I have nick named Miss Lady Liberty "Pat", after the famous character on SNL. Oh how I loved the "Pat" skits!
I once knew a "Pat". Her name was Chris. And yes, she was a she. I babysat for her sister, back in the day. Chris was in the Navy. She had short hair, wore glasses, did NOT wear any makeup, and wore boy clothes. She even had a dark mustache above her lip. Imagine my surprise when I found out that Chris was indeed, a female!
This closer view of "Pat" just doesn't do he-she any justice. I have looked for the obvious signs of what makes a female, a female, and a male, a male. You know... noticeable bumps, Adams apple etc. But as you can tell, it's been a difficult task, due to he-she's flowy frock.
So now you know what kind of idiotic thoughts run through this brilliant mind of mine. Well, that is if you hadn't caught on to that fact from previous posts.
But I would love to hear anyone's input on the above "Pat". Especially from my neighbors who have had the pleasure of viewing pee-pee dancing, Pat, in person!