Posted by: the warrioress | January 24, 2012

Absurdities in 2012

I simply had to share because I couldn’t quite believe my eyes.

No, I’m not gaping at the bra-less spectacle of Miley Cyrus, but instead am astonished at a desperate paparazzi that watches someone’s every move to the point that if a gal leaves the house sans-brassière , she makes the news.

Can you imagine, ladies, if you couldn’t even run down to the convenience store and grab a soda without getting dressed to the nines? And heaven forbid if you left your bra at home! You would make headlines!

Of course, Miley is nineteen, so maybe being bra-less is big news in 2012 when you’re young and beautiful; still, I think there is something astounding about our media’s priorities these days. Not to mention the invasive nature of a media that butts into every moment of a celebrity’s day.

There’s just something really disturbing about this little “update…”

Lest she fall off our radar, Miley Cyrus decided to go for a bite to eat without, we believe, a bra on.

The former Disney star, stepping out in West Hollywood in what we can only describe as a full-on hipster costume: flimsy tank, raggedy plaid shirt, ripped denim cut-offs, black tights, worn moto boots and a stack of bracelets.

She also was wearing a cool pair of John Lennon-esque Ray-Ban shades, which (loathe as we are to admit it) we really like.

On the one hand, Miley took such care in assembling her perfectly undone look that you’d think she’d have remembered a bra. On the other hand, the bare chest may be part of her new hipster style.

Check out Miley below — can she pull off the braless look or is a brassière always a necessity?

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  1. That Ms. Cyrus is famous at all is astonishing enough. The photographer is merely pandering to those that created her in the first place. We can’t believe it because to normal, discerning people, it is not a newsworthy event. Unfortunately, today’s culture ing what is supposed to be interesting.

  2. Sorry; that’s supposed to read “is redefining”, not “ing.” Oopsie!

  3. Too right…that is ridiculous.

  4. Hey Mikel! Nice to see you here… I’m trying to catch up so will stop by your blog soon and have a look around.

  5. Hi Rich Peddy/Struggler! Thanks for sharing. I appreciate you stopping by.


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