Towel Holder

March 30th, 2012

She was known for her clean technique.

(submitted by Whitney)


33 Responses to “Towel Holder”

  1. Shadowhumper says:

    AAAAAAAAAAAUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGGGGGGGGGGHHHHH!

  2. 80sgirl says:

    heheh…both my mom and I may have been mortified if even my recital costumes at ages 5/6 had come to that… (rainbow 2 piece costume we wore one year had pants…looked like some sort of “rocker Barbie” thing, similar to a boys costume on this site, but with pink instead of yellow)

  3. jerbro says:

    I guess i’m the only one to notice that the towel is photoshopped! It doesn’t even look right!

  4. steven says:

    Could be worse. She could be a teenager, wearing the towel, and holding the swim suit.

  5. Nell says:

    Maybe she was gonna wash that man right out of her hair.

  6. Sally says:

    Am I the only one who noticed the legs?

  7. broomhilde says:

    The shadow on her left eye from her bow and the gap in her smile make it look like she’s wearing “I got into a fight” makeup. Maybe she’s the towel girl at a boxing match.

  8. Connie says:

    Is she supposed to be a bathing beauty — like in a Busby-Berkley musical?

  9. Allison says:

    Awww, that is so cute! Reminds me of my dance days in the 1990s, and having to wear all that makeup. Brings back too many good memories…not awkward at all!

  10. Jollyolly says:

    What is with that towel? What is that supposed to represent???

  11. Lori says:

    Now, there’s a frood(ette?) who really knows where her towel is!

  12. Mandie says:

    The towel is weird, but I think I am more disturbed my the full face of make-up and skimpy outfit on such a young child. JMO.

    • ray says:

      The full face of make up is because this is clearly for a dance recital. My parents were staunchly anti-make up for anyone younger than a teenager but I still wore a full face for my dance recitals.

    • JenW says:

      It’s stage makeup. You wear a lot of makeup on stage regardless of age or gender. And the costume is supposed to look like a bathing suit. She probably danced to a beach-themed song where the towel was part of the routine.

  13. Nicholson says:

    The signs of a true champion, letting the opposition know she is assured of victory once they THROW IN THE TOWEL!

  14. Noodengr says:

    When it became unPC to have a lawn jockey, this family enlisted the youngest child to be the substitute

  15. Newton says:

    If that’s what the ladies room attendants look like, I hate to see what’s in the men’s room. What kind of a country club is this?

  16. When she grew up, she worked on “Toddlers and Tiaras.”

  17. Ronen says:

    I guess white goes with every outfit.

  18. HDM says:

    That poor child!

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