I love these girls and want to rescue them from the "Crap TV" thread. I've never had a job either, and would love to find out how to make money like a normal person!
To achieve my education, studied the out-takes last night from the "Simple Life" DVD with Jackie. Watching Princesses try to wash a pack of five bull-terriers in twenty minutes, and clean out their anal glands - who knew how hard it was? Or even that such a task existed, to be paid for? Jackie & I had to Google 'anal glands,' and learned so much.
Jackie observed that the girls are in truth Radical Faeries: a wakening social conscience in gaudy fluffy outfits, the excessive favouring of pink & glitter, and the attempt to fit in, however poorly, with the real world, all the while tap-dancing, singing, putting on mascara and losing things. Then when you get in trouble, you bat your eyelashes, give the finger and fall down giggling. Then everyone loves you and you kiss everyone.
Loved her telling some yokel at Sonic fast-food joint that she and Nicole were the "Sonic Sisters" and owned the Sonic chain. Very faerie.
When Paris asks "What's a tail-gate?" then has to kick one open with her $600. Gucci pumps I feel that something violent has been done to the status quo.
They should be invited to a Radical Faerie camp to bone up on their anarchic techniques, and be enjoined to donate their excess wardrobe to the Goat Boutique.
Even though Paris can pay for just about anything, including a TV network, her being on this show does prove that she & her friend might like to "find out" what ARE those things that money can't buy?! However staged it is.
Next she has to learn to spend her money like Terry Southern's "Magic Christian." Again, show up in some small town and buy everyone tons of stuff - both things they need like college educations, and things they don't need - like pink tutus for cows, or a radio station that only plays music she & Nicole approve of - and then disappear, leaving everyone to fall down, give them the finger and giggle.