photos by :taylor brittenham
The other night, the ladies of the DELMORE apt building decided to show out on sunday in numbers. The band WE ARE THE WORLD (members former residents of the apt building) were playing. For those who've never seen one of their shows- it involves a lot of costumes with insane dance choreography.
After an all day sidewalk sale (involving some major trades and swaps) and a pre-birthday pedicure from Cynthia (notice my green toes closely)...We were looking for trouble.
Earlier in the day I snapped these of the trashy flappers in training:
look who got a new fancy camera- so she can go PRO
this shot was taken a few days before, after me and taylor forced the neighbor to watch an episode of Vh1's Pick-up artist. (that show has me hooked- can't look away- like a car crash) We then decided to apply some of "Mystery's" sure-fire pickup strategies on the crowd at the Cha Cha. We showed up early and snagged a booth and then proceeded to creep out all the customers with our aggressive moves. I ended up getting a Glendale Galleria type who asked for my number. First he told me he liked art. Especially Van Gogh, and his "night of stars" painting. I told him I thought it was "starry night" he may be referring to. Anyway, we successfully managed to max out my tab while discussing the many ways in the future we plan to scam money. My new look? Grifters all the way. You can hide a lot of loot in a trench coat.
Rule number #1 You can't grift a grifter. Or as my dad likes to say in Mr. Brady speak "you can't fool the fiddler"
we later looted this poor guy's Luxury scented Candle.