today’s ensemble: Bakhtin and Vygotsky walk into a bar

Bakhtin and Vygotsky walk into a bar.

I’ll take a Pink Panty Pulldown, Vygotsky says, to herself.

Bakhtin orders a Sex on the Beach, with a twist of irony: “How many words does it take to have a context?”

Their eyes fill with sugar. They lift up their babydolls.

The barkeep asks, “What’s the meaning and purpose of cud?”

Bakhtin answers: In the absence of external restraints, it helps to manage the drive.

Vygotsky nods: Yes, a monument to a model of knowing… in foam.

Moral offense?

Or technical lapse?

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Today’s look is earth tones + flamenco + a little glitter.

Copper tulle shrug with gold sequins and embroidery.
purpled gray sleeveless top with ruching
simple dark brown linen/polyester skirt with bias inset
coordinated bronze sequinned fitflops (not sure if these work, but they are hell of comfortable), beaded bracelets, faceted teardrop earrings, and facial expression

3 thoughts on “today’s ensemble: Bakhtin and Vygotsky walk into a bar

  1. I love the poem/outfit combo here. This raises cool possibilities. Poems that can only be completed by outfits! Outfits that can only be completed by poems! Perhaps you could get all conceptual and say that the outfit is part of the poem.

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