Thursday, 13 October 2011

Brazil’s Success is Pubic Knowledge

For best results, click below, listen to The Girl From Ipanema, then read on...

What do we think of when we think of Brazil? Rainforest… nuts that don’t open at Christmas… pubic topography. But it’s the latter that says most about the second home of football, what Brazil is becoming. A world leader. A world beater in genital gardening. The Brazilians looked at what was happening with pubic hair in 1970s Europe. Bikini lines were given the same attention as neglected weeds growing between paving slabs. And so the Brazilians took their inspiration from nature. Or rather what ate into it – the countless airstrips hacked out of the rainforest. Airstrips to bring in the exploiters of the Amazon’s resources. If it hadn’t been for the ravaging of the virgin rainforest and the extinction of irreplaceable fauna and flora, we may not have ever benefitted from coiffeured pubic hair. (CLICK ON 'Read more' LINK, BELOW)

Things are changing and changing fast in Brazil. Impressions too. The classic song ‘The Girl from Ipenema’ is ready for a re-release with a brush up of the lyrics. Play the track, listen to the opening line, then play it back in your mind. ‘Young and lovely’ might be replaced to bring us up to date with a modern female Ipanemian: ‘Tall and tan and shaved and sculpted, the girl from Ipanema goes walking…’
No longer should we think of Brazil as the land of putting things off till mañana. Now they’ve come up with something that makes instant what is almost instant already… Spreading like wildfire in British hairdressing salons we see advertised ‘Brazilian Blow Dry’. Blow drying Brazilians? Come out of the bath after you’ve washed your pubes and they’ve usually dried off in seconds anyway.

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