January 19, 2009

"The curvaceous slopes of California."

There's a phrase. Who coined it?

CORRECTION: It's "curvaceous slopes" not "curvaceous curves." Sorry.

19 comments:

EDH said...

Arnold?

Meade said...

Audi? Porche? BMW?

chickenlittle said...

Some surfer dude?

Donald Douglas said...

MLK ... I have a dream today!

Zachary Paul Sire said...

MLK

Michael H said...

"The curvaceous slopes of California"

Now that racism is officially over, we'll be seeing more descriptions like this.

Bissage said...

Curvaceous slopes?

That’s easy.

Jonathan Livingston Mountain Goat!

Bissage said...

Michael H . . . LOL!

Meade said...

Slopes signify ski. Otherwise, "curvaceous" would be "slippery." Duh.

chickenlittle said...

For the record, I made my comment based on the erroneous quote.

AllenS said...

Off topic--

Bush just pardoned the two border patrol agents.

Dust Bunny Queen said...

Ansel Adams?

chickenlittle said...

Bush just pardoned the two border patrol agents.

This will make John and Ken's day. I may have to tune in today.

Zachary Paul Sire said...

Bush didn't pardon the border agents, he commuted their sentences. They are still guilty of all the horrible things they did.

traditionalguy said...

Let me think. No, No Don't Tell Me.That must be the motto of one of San Francisco's trendier Night-spots. No, mabe it's Hollywood's newest ad campaign slogan for a Cosmetic Surgeons Group.Nope, it has to be something to do with Mexican politics kind of like their "Remember the Alamo" slogan. I give up. So tell me.

EDH said...

Walt Kowalski from Grand Torino?

Matt Eckert said...

Isn't that the name of a dating website for sexy Oriental ladies from San Fransico?

Christy said...

The photographer who did closeup shots of tiny skiers on the, er, interesting slopes of a woman's body.

Fred4Pres said...

A good use of illiteration by Dr. MLKJr.