Miss Wendy's Texas
Plus Some Occasional Comments on the
State of the Popular Culture
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R. Williams, Armistead Johnson
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Dear Miss Wendy,
What do you think about that
new Dove deodorant commercial, you know the one
where women go around asking their friends-and-family
what they think about their armpits? As in, “Seven
days to turn your armpits into underarms.”
Smooth but Confused
I certainly hope this is not the start of a new
fetish. I remember when Miss Wendy was living one
of her other lives (as a playwright) and innocently
wrote a foot fetish into her script – thinking
that absolutely no one could possibly be turned
on by FEET! Well! It seems that there is a whole
world out there that thinks of nothing but feet
and they are divided in to many subsets: beautiful
feet, dirty feet, wrinkly fee, etc... I heard from
all of them. It got to the point that I had to warn
all the actresses in my play that they a large group
of new fans and they simply must not have any chips
in their toe nail polish and that they must wear
Manolo Blahnik sandals (Saks and Bergdorfs), use
Lippman Nail Polish ($15 a bottle at Bergdorfs)
and Ahava Mineral Foot Cream ($16 a tube at Saks).
And please, I do not want to hear from the underarm
fetishers. It is all I can do to keep up with my
correspondence from the footies.
Dear Miss Wendy,
There is this real
hottie in my office. Will it create problem if I
sleep with him?
Of course it will create problems. You will see
him the next day under fluorescent lighting.
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