fredag, april 27, 2007

Mode



I går var der en sød lille blondine, der spurgte mig om jeg syntes, at hun skulle få pagehår. For en snusfornuftig analytiker, der bruger alt for meget tid på logiske udviklinger og indviklinger forekom det mig først som et ligegyldigt spørgsmål: hun ville sgu da se godt ud ligemeget hvad - tænkte jeg.

Indtil det gik op for mig, at hun fiskede efter et kompliment, og en tilkendegivelse af, at hun var dejlig, og at hun ville blive endnu mere dejlig med pagehår. - Kvinder elsker deres hår, og det gør mænd også (især kvindernes ;-). -

Nu sidder jeg imidlertid og prøver at forestille mig hende med tørklæde - ikke noget kønt syn.

Det danske ord: "mode" staves som det engelske ord: "mode"; som i: "mental mode".

Via Uriasposten:

“Der er historisk set utrolig mange kvinder, der har båret tørklæde, og det er ved at blive trend igen.” (Elsebeth Gerner Nielsen, 26. april 2007)

Tjah... har det pyntet...? Eller er visse perversioner bedst overladt til fantasien?

Unlike Winston, she had grasped the inner meaning of the Party's sexual puritanism. It was not merely that the sexinstinct created a world of its own which was outside the Party's control and which therefore had to be destroyed if possible. What was more important was that sexual privation induced hysteria, which was desirable because it could be transformed into war-fever and leader-worship.

[...]

In the old days, he thought, a man looked at a girl's body and saw that it was desirable, and that was the end of the story. But you could not have pure love or pure lust nowadays. No emotion was pure, because everything was mixed up with fear and hatred. Their embrace had been a battle, the climax a victory. It was a blow struck against the Party. It was a political act.

George Orwells 1984

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