Last night, while eating tacos of all things, our conversation veered toward vaginas and how they are perceived by those that physically have them—or rather how Amanda once imagined and illustrated hers to be in our late great vagina drawing contest this past summer. In an effort to redeem herself, Amanda challenged herself and two other women at the table—Lindsey and Heather, for the sake of providing names to unseen faces—to a similar such contest. Somewhat begrudgingly they agreed, and pens and napkins were immediately provided for all as they set to task.
Heather was the first to finish with what she described as a "minimalist" design [far right]; however, once dissected, there appeared to be absolutely nothing minimal going on at all with the man behind the curtains. In other words, something vaguely hermaphroditic this way comes. While the others finished she added a sprinkled donut to her napkin—perhaps her subtle way of providing us with something to take a flying fuck at during our group critique.
Technically Lindsey was done next [far left], but a debate over a curious hole (or possible hemorrhoid) prompted Amanda to doodle a confused dick and sent Lindsey back to the drawing board to add an even bigger and more mysterious orifice just below that one. She then added an ode to #SHADLIFE to explain away the previous pock on the taint. Overall though, not bad. Lindsey is prone to blushing many shades of pink and I give her lots of credit for mustering up a fair lady interpretation with surrounding flair.
Lastly was Amanda [center], but with good reason. She really outdid herself and more than made up for her previous "dessicated apricot", which leads me to only believe she's been spending a lot of quality time on Wikipedia brushing up on the schematics of her plumbing. Sure, it's still a bit of a horror show, but Amanda's only real fault was omitting a taint and placing door number one and two butt up to each other. Although, if we're being frank here, who hasn't made that mistake before?
(Photo by Amanda; Los Angeles, California 2013)