|Quoting BaylorAirBear (Reply 2):|
Damn. I saw "isolated incident," and expected to read that you had straight sex.
Your ones to talk, you sit around this forum and lust after the few halfway decent females here, then wind up choking your chickens anyway.
|Quoting KaiGywer (Reply 5):|
Then don't watch a BEAUTY contest. Those are for boobs. If it was about wholesomeness, we could watch the geek contest.
Actually the Miss USA in not just a beauty pageant. This is why you can't understand why she lost her crown. This exerp is taken right from the website.
Who would have thought that a local "bathing beauty" competition spearheaded by Catalina Swimwear in Long Beach, CA would metamorphose into a landmark annual tradition with countless young women around the country vying to become Miss USA? As hundreds of millions of fans have watched in 125 different countries, the homegrown contest has evolved into a powerful, year-round, international organization that advances and supports opportunities for these role models.
Becoming what is now considered American royalty is still an obtainable dream for young women 50 years later. Today, Miss USA has become a fixture of pop culture, ingrained in the landscape of our minds. As the first cover subject of MS magazine's premier issue in 1969, Miss USA continues to stand proud, breaking boundaries and defining what it means to be a woman in the 21st century.
These women are savvy, goal-oriented and aware. The delegates who become part of the Miss Universe Organization display those characteristics in their everyday lives, both as individuals, who compete with hope of advancing their careers, personal and humanitarian goals, and as women who see to improve the lives of others. Currently, Miss USA is experiencing a rebirth, playing a critical role in making the next 100 years "The Century of Women."