Bigger, Smaller, Tighter, Higher, Or: Dr Frankenstein Alive and Well in Beverly Hills

16 Dec

Bigger, Smaller, Tighter, Higher, Or: Dr Frankenstein Alive and Well in Beverly Hills.

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4 Responses to “Bigger, Smaller, Tighter, Higher, Or: Dr Frankenstein Alive and Well in Beverly Hills”

  1. Mary Holland December 16, 2013 at 2:39 am #

    Don’t cave, my beautiful friend! LA is a crazy place, full of crazy people (no offence to any LAians who might be reading. I don’t mean you. Probably).. Remember, you are an anthropologist, not a native. This post is creepier than your Halloween one, by far. This is not what Haraway meant when she extolled the virtues of cyborgs!!

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  2. Kirsten Wasson December 16, 2013 at 4:28 pm #

    Thanks for reading! Don’t worry, I’m human, all too human. Enjoying the ride as much as possible!

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  3. Sherry Thomson December 19, 2013 at 5:00 pm #

    I started laughing at the second use of “nasolabial”. The word itself is funny and the images it brings to mind are ridiculous–one of those that the more you repeat it, the funnier it becomes. By the time I reached the “Pop-up penis” my sides hurt from laughter. I knew what pictures were coming, but I kept right on reading. You have a great knack of drawing your reader into willing suspension in the ridiculous. I could say other things about how revealing that Dr. F turns the focus to male body parts and enhancement. This is laughing, but not lost. A gem read!

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    • kwasson2012 December 19, 2013 at 6:43 pm #

      So glad you got some laughs out of my journey into the dark of world of plastic perfection! And yes, very revealing indeed about the doctor’s phallic focus. Hmm. Thanks for reading and commenting!

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