Sunday, February 7, 2010

Cher's Main Thrill in Life

Firstly, by "Cher," I obviously mean Cher Horowitz of Amy Heckerling's 1995 generation- defining film, Clueless, not the one-name wonder who wished to turn back time and believe in life after love. Anyhow, as sidekick Dionne states to the decrepit new girl Tai (RIP) as the trio of California girls lunch in the breeze of Beverly Hills, "Cher's main thrill in life is a make-over. It gives her a sense of control in a world filled with chaos."

As you can tell, The Prose of Krose has undergone a little make-over of her own. While it didn't involve the removal of Kool Aid hair dye or daily sessions with VHS copies of "Buns of Steel," it was the perfect way to procrastinate any and all responsibilities in between grocery shopping for processed foods and Commercial Bowl binge eating.

How do you like the new look?