Mini Skirt Monday #56: Chillin' at the Crib

I am quite obviously running out of Miniskirt Monday titles; however, I felt it pretty accurate summation of the theme to this week's edition. 

I've learned to not expect many comments on my Miniskirt Monday posts, but I'm a statistics whore and monitor my blog's stats like an obsessed stalker - and I know these posts actually get the most traffic (big shocker), just not a lot of feedback.  What exactly is there to say, anyway - "hey, nice gams!"

So, feel free to lay a comment on me or just loiter quietly and enjoy the gallery. The choice is yours. Enjoy.

The chairs, the wallpaper, the wall art, the hanging lamp... it's too much to take in.  I recommend you close your eyes and count to 20 before moving on to the next photograph.

If I had a time machine, I wouldn't go back to the Roman days, or Medieval times, or the Victorian age.... I'd go right here, where there's shag under foot and mini skirts in abundance.

I miss the days where I could just sit, drink and smoke for hours on end.  Now it's gotta be a special occasion to warrant a long night of binge drinking.  Where does the time go?

The chick in red reminds me of somebody... Ruth Buzzi, maybe?

What a shagadelic party palace.  Anyone remember the hose with the designs? Kinda cool.

Yes, kids. This is what life was like before texting.


  1. Where did you find these excruciatingly odd photos? They look, dare I say, European, perhaps German? I keep hearing "Ja, das ist gut." over and over in my head.

  2. Several of the people in today's photos look British to me.

  3. Pretty observant, Tatterd & analogmoon. These are from a stash of Danish men's magazines. Most of which are terribly inappropriate, but the PG rated images within of European fashion and home interiors are amazing.

  4. Do I get counted in your web stats if I only access your RSS feed via Google Reader?

  5. I have to say, I've never seen your blog before. And, admittedly, the "Miniskirt Monday" concept seems like a cheeseball stunt to increase ratings - you know, like "Two-fer Tuesdays" on cheap radio stations.

    On the other hand, your next post, on the "Star Wars Pose" (or, as you say, the "Conan pose") is reasonably brilliant. But you requested traffic on this post, so here you are.

  6. Wow, the second one has an..."interesting" photo print.

  7. I read today that teenagers send more than 3000 texts a month, which is more than 6 every awaken hour!
    Do they really communicate ? I'm not sure...