Sunday, May 09, 2010

My Sister And I Were Destined For Fame?

Our parents pimped us out at a very young age. In a newspaper. And people wonder how we both ended up in rehab, or as I like to refer to it, show business.

How did my mother get that roll of hair on my sister and why DID SHE GET ALL THE ATTENTION GROWING UP?

Thank God I was funny. And made a living off it. Did my sister make money off her curly FUCKING hair? NO.




20 comments:

  1. I think your mom and my mom used the same ceramic bowl to measure the length when cutting our bangs.

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  2. We moms love to @*#& up ALL the time.


    it's our job.

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  3. Can you find out the point behind your sister's hair do? I mean, was it a style back then? Cuz it looks like she just made it up b/c she couldn't think of anything else.

    Your poor sister. A breakfast sausage down the middle of her head. I think that picture requires a certain mother be interviewed...

    Hilarious post!!!

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  4. Everybody has a favorite...their liars if they say different! I was always my mom's favorite, now Preppy is.

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  5. At least your bangs were cut straight. Mine were often so crooked they looked like rickrack.

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  6. But did she go on to become a world-famous blogger?

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  7. -->Why were you in the newspaper?
    I'm the favorite child in my family. It came easily, I just waited for my older brother and sister to screw everything up and then I sailed in gloriously behind them.
    ~deb

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  8. i love corkscrew curls. a little shirley temple-esque. such an adorable picture of you both. thanks for sharing and take care.

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  9. After setting her up with that hairdo, your mother probably had to give her more attention in an attempt to apologize and keep from being murdered in her sleep by a teenager in crisis.

    I'm the favored child in my family. Of course, I'm not really playing against a championship field here. The fact that I remember her name and birthdate puts me miles ahead of the others.

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  10. Anonymous3:28 PM

    Well, at least you sisters are not like screen legends Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine who haven't spoken since 1975. Without being their therapist, I believe we can assume it had a lot to do with curly hair.
    Aloha, MJ

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  11. YOu sound a little bitter there, Suz. After all, she's the one making a guest appearance in YOUR blog.

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  12. The corkscrew curl is just not as funny as the braidy bunch. I think your mom was on to something. She gave you your start in comedy.

    (You should thank her.)

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  13. Those bangs are funny. You had that going for you.

    Casey

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  14. Great blog! Glad you came out on top versus your sister and her curls!

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  15. hey, that braid must have taken a lot of time!! :P

    Yes, why were you featured in a newspaper?!

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  16. cuz we first-borns are the experiment child, is all :P lol

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  17. This is just another case of Hollywood sibling rivalry playing out in the public eye.
    Which reminds me, I think I'll watch Whatever Happened to Baby Jane this evening.
    X David

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  18. We were in the newspaper because the photographer took out an ad and used us as his models.

    My hair is still stick straight.

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  19. My sister had this big ole and was smart. Ha, I showed her! She's Dr. and I'm very good friends with the folks down at unemployment

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  20. The bangs worked then, the bangs work now.

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