Reading the news is always very entertaining. Such as today, when one of the top headlines on the Yahoo News page was about a Victoria's Secret fashion show. Evidently, the model representing "November" wore a "floor-length feathered headdress, fringed bikini and turquoise accessories."
Image: Getty; Black dress courtesy of Yours Truly
Turns out, "Native American leaders and women rose up to say that Kloss had misrepresented them and their culture." No wonder - who would want to be represented as a floozie by someone whose body is for sale (which it is).
So that was not the funny part.
I laughed out loud when I read how the model, Karlie Kloss, tweeted the following regarding the headdress: "I am deeply sorry if what I wore during the VS Show offended anyone. I support VS's decision to remove the outfit from the broadcast."
Karlie, that's very sweet of you. But just between the two of us, your floor-length headdress is not nearly as offensive as the rest of your clothing, or rather, lack thereof. You can leave your headdress on, but why not add an Indian dress of some sort? Your future husband and child(ren) will thank you.
P.S. I had never heard of Karlie Kloss before. When I googled her name, these were the suggested auto-searches:
Looks like she is known for disordered eating and social media.
Karlie, are you still there? Maybe also add some Indian fry bread to your revised image.
P.P.S. Wikipedia says her hobby is baking cookies. This is getting funnier and funnier.