Monday, September 9, 2013

Blurred Lines and Blunts

Evans and Thicke blurring the lines of propriety. 
One of the dancers in the ludicrously popular Robin Thicke video "Blurred Lines" turns out to be Lindsey Evans, the Miss Teen Louisiana who was dethroned in 2008 after she and her friends walked a check in a restaurant and left behind her purse containing a small bag of marijuana. 

I predicted a High Times pictorial in Evan's future but instead, according to Wikipedia, she went on to become Playboy Playmate of the Month in October 2009. She's now changed her professional name to Elle Evans and works as a model in Los Angeles. 

One wonders if Evans might have had a more legitimate career had she not been popped for pot. 

Thicke has now gone on to dethrone another teen queen who likes her weed, Miley Cyrus, with his raunchy song, which contains the lyrics,

Baby can you breathe? 
I got this from Jamaica
It always works for me...

as well as the lovely sentiment,

Yeah, I had a bitch, but she ain't bad as you
So hit me up when you passing through
I'll give you something big enough to tear your ass in two.

A feminist parody of "Blurred Lines," in which the models are men in underwear, was briefly removed from YouTube for "inappropriateness."

UPDATE: Cyrus came in like a wrecking, twerking ball to take Thicke out at the European MTV awards. 

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