Last weekend, a bunch of my girlfriends and I got together for a slumber party, and I was intrigued by the interest this generated among the boys in our group of friends. Prurient speculation of the rankest sort, really, all of which culminated in offers (threats?) to install hidden webcams, or to set up ladders by the various windows in the house we'd be slumber-partying in. So in the interest of preserving harmony between the sexes, and to put those poor boys out of their misery, I'd like to put to rest some common misconceptions about all-girl slumber parties.
Misconception #1: We do not eat anything made of chocolate that isn't physically stapled to an immovable and inedible very heavy object. Just look at Cookie. No chocolate in her teeth whatsoever.
Misconception #2: We do not sit around painting our toenails, braiding each other's hair, and picking each other's noses. Honestly. Where do boys come up with these ideas?
Misconception #3: We do not watch chick flicks and musicals. Only kung fu and action/adventure. Promise.
Misconception #4: We do not drink excessive amounts of wine. We hardly drink at all, in fact. Sobriety is the name of the game.
Misconception #5: We do not have pillow fights in our pajamas.
Misconception #6: We do not paint each other's naked breasts with whipped cream and lick it off.
Erm... no photo for this one. tee hee!