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Back when "Flying Was Fun" Alexandra Smythe and Cate Clarke were Flight Attendants with a Major International Carrier. Prior to Private Jets coming into vogue, Alexandra and Cate traveled in the First Class World, meeting and greeting the top celebrities, politicians who would become Presidents, nouveau riche, and yes the occasional Headline Grabbing Criminal in Handcuffs!
What the two ladies viewed and experienced became fodder for the School of Flaunt, so much money, such bad taste and oh those terrible manners. Something had to be done! Hence, The School of Flaunt Handbook was born. Read More
Sexting: We are not talking pen pals here!
Published: Friday, June 10, 2011
"We Aren't Talking Pen Pals"
Dear Students of Flaunt:
We aren't talking old fashion Pen Pals here! Corresponding has taken on a totally new meaning; Facebook, e-mail and phone sex are so over. Now we have sexting! We would love to say it is not true but it is rampant especially with the under 50 crowd.
Sexting is way past conversations; to be perfectly frank, it is doing the nasty on your cell phone with pictures and text speak.
We understand there are cyberspace rules to follow:
Don't sext if you think it will be unwelcomed - we can see you rolling your eyes, we did too!
If you haven't been to bed together it might be a bad idea - do you think?
Descriptions work better than images for most women - no comment!
Who knew? We won't put into print what we can hear you saying now!
But we digress let's get back to what's in the news. We know you have all read or heard about Congressman Weiner, sorry but we just have to say it, how appropriate is his last name? Stop laughing!! And of course there was that Brett Farre incident where he wanted to impress someone too. Why don't you start with a shave Brett?
We ask, do you think they had a ruler next to their privates? OMG, now that is a picture no artist should paint. Sorry for the graphics!
Bottom line here is, "what were they thinking?" Well, obviously they were thinking with a certain part of their body and it wasn't their brain! Did you ever think that this habit of sexting could ruin your political career, be great fodder for the Colbert Report and the perfect way to humiliate your family and yourself!
Ooops we forgot, but you are such a Good Samaritan for helping TMZ ratings, they went ski high with this news! Keep "up" the good work guys; think about it, we know, bad pun!
Hello, you are some "wanna be" celebrity, passé Movie Star or a Dancing With The Stars personality that wants to jump start their career again. We will take back the Dancing With The Stars comment for those individuals wouldn't want to even go to this kind of an extreme. And we did love Kirstie Alley! What a woman to be putting on that kind of a show at 60. O.K., we are digressing again.
Students, pictures of your privates whether sent by texting or taken by the Paparazzi, as you get in and out of a car, Hello Lindsay Lohan, will be splashed across the tabloids and are going to be out there forever! Once it is on the internet always on the internet!
Do you really want to have to stand in front of the press and say, your mea culpa, "I'm sorry," over and over and over again ad nauseum? Better learn to cry with lots of tears; picture a Jimmy Swaggart moment, you with your tissues begging for forgiveness. Puh leese, all because you just had to send a sexually explicit picture or text. Trust us we have no sympathy for this poor behavior!
Here are our sexting rules:
Do not send sexually explicit comments or pictures:
Over your cell phone
Left on a message machine
Or even by snail mail.
Alexandra and Cate
Posted by: Alexandra Smythe
Friday, June 10, 2011 @ 10:59:17 AM
Irene: In our School of Flaunt Handbook we address behaving badly. This is the epitome of behaving badly. And you are so right - Heaven forbid that you end up on the cover of the NY Times unless you are running for Mayor. :-)
Posted by: Irene Turner
Friday, June 10, 2011 @ 10:51:02 AM
no kidding right? How many times does this have to happen before people learn? Geeezzzzzzzz. just stupid. These days the rule of thumb is...if you don't want it on the cover of the NYTimes or have your family know...DON'T DO IT.
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