I just realized that I’ve now created a series of posts called ‘The Art of…’
Although this was not done on purpose…I think it’s pretty awesome.
Anyway, last Friday I was in Windsor with the Pepper’s girls (an amazing group of ladies that I’m lucky to be friends with!) when we started talking about my blog. Jenn brought up the fact that she stumbledupon my blog when she was googling the ‘Slutwalk’. At that point Allison chirped in and said…OMG! Remember? I was there for that. That girl was insane. – this statement was obviously paraphrased.
For a moment I was confused and then I remembered what she was talking about. The ‘slutwalk’ she was referencing, I refer to as: Peacocking.
Peacocking typically is when a man wears an attention getting outfit to break the ice and capture the eye of a woman. When a woman Peacocks, it’s less to do with the outfit and more to do with the walk/stance that is presented: best ass-ets out and proud. This can be used to attract the opposite sex, or same sex, or both, just depends on what you’re into.
Let me paint the picture of the visual we were repeatedly subjected to that evening over and over and over and over and over again. There was a woman (albeit a good looking woman) at the Black Bull in Toronto who would repeatedly walk out onto the patio. Her sequence was as followed:
- Ass out. Check
- Tits out. Check
- Lips puckered. Check
- Pause at the entrance. Check
- Look around as if the wind is blowing and there’s a photographer. Check.
- Walk back to table completing steps 1-3. Check
- Wash, Rinse, Repeat. CHECK
It was ridiculous.
Was the girl good looking? Yes. Did she look like a fool? Yes. Did we feel sorry for her? Sad, but also true.
She looked similiar to this girl, who is walking like this because she’s in a commercial…not because she’s getting up to go pee.
Luckily she was sitting at a table filled with douche’s that were wearing sunglasses at 10:00pm and were more into their own muscles than her so they didn’t notice -nor care- about her embarrassing attempt to be sexy. Which may explain the desperate attempt at gaining attention.