Friday, March 15, 2013

A Timely Warning




Beware the Idas of March.  Those ladies - sitcom matron, noir siren, first lady, and muckraker alike - will, without question, cut a bitch.


  1. oh dear, I just this second finished typing the phrase 'cut a bitch'. What can this mean?

  2. Oh, dear. I read this post twice, hours apart, assuming that all these dolls were born on March 15th. Only just now realized the word play and the name they all share. It's been that kind of day. I expect the senate to load my back with daggers before the day is out.

    1. Oh, I expect you'll be fine; just stay out of the Forum. As for the gals, the first two I can see, and possibly the last - but it's stretching even my devotion to our nation's first ladies to think that I'd go out of my way to observe the birthday of Mrs. William McKinley...

  3. I am spending the day, ensconsed in home. I shall not cross paths with anyone named Brutus

  4. Oh the divine Miss Lupino! Anyone that can look that fierce in gold lame (or maybe silver hard to tell in B&W) is not to be messed with. If you've ever seen her epic smackdown reducing a man to quivering jelly in The Man I Love you know Ida brooked no nonsense.

    And of course Mrs. Morgenstern could quell any kind of uprising with just one look.