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Saturday, 20 January 2007

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The devil, a make up artist?

Prostitutes are banning together in a united effort to quell the insidious over use of gaudy make up and tasteless style of dress practiced by evangelical's wives.

Tammy Fay Baker was the first televised preaching wife to really abuse the make up she was provided by the cosmetic staff at the PTL, not only in quantity but also quality.

Tammy Fay was often mistaken for a street walker when she went out in public on shopping sprees or was enjoying a walk in the park. Many times conventioneers would mistake her for a working girl at hotels and convention centers.

An ex assistant to Tammy Fay said that sometimes when she was taking her evening strolls around her neighborhood cars would stack up for blocks trying to proposition her. Tammy just took the advances as complements reinforcing her highly stylized but hookerish look.

Tammy started a fashion trend that in the past was strictly reserved for ladies of the evening. Many preachers wives followed suit by painting on the make up on so thick and hair so high it often tickles the lords feet. It deserves its own zip code.

Prostitutes are outraged by this because it's confusing to the Johns as to who is who on the streets. "This trend is making potential clients apprehensive when approaching ladies for a date", said Ice Berg Slim. pimp and occasional street investor, "I mean it's bad for business when a John can't tell a ho from a Sunday school teacher".

A group of prostitutes agreed that if preacher's wives started coming round their corner there would be a price to pay. We'll knock tha bitches out they mess with us! Better watch out! Stealing our style and all.


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Buck E Filbert
Jan 20 2007

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