Brrinng! Brrinng! Hey mom, it's the 80's... they want to talk to your daughter!
I'm not proud. I'm sure my girlfriend is sitting in her office, looking at this post, thinking, "You bitch!" Much worse, my other BFF and forever stylist will be making a list of all the insults she can spring on me during my visit next week thanks to that Chia Pet hair (good thing they don't docustom orders or this might be my next birthday gift from her).
As any 40ish woman will tell you, the 80's left a permanent scar on our fashion skin: between the oversized, shoulder-exposed, neon t-shirts, (why have you made a comeback?), and the 10" tall spritzed hair, (yes, we used spritzer), we didn't stand a chance. It's not like we had the wherewithal to know how stupid we looked and, since most of our friends looked equally as ridicules, none of us ever really questioned it.
Well the time has come for mothers around the world to come together and stop the madnessbefore it starts all over again. Kids can be cruel, especially these days! Don't let your precious little angel wake up one morning to find a photo like this tagged on her Facebook page. If she comes in for breakfast wearing a side-pony and stirrup-pants, keep her home that day. If she tells you she wants to get a perm; or better yet a crimping iron, take her in the bathroom and show her your split ends. Remember: there are no stupid questions, just stupid looking people walking around with bad hair... don't let you're kid be one of them.