EOE The Where Did You Get That Hat? Show

When I got to the EoE Show Roe was already there, wearing a Vertigo Swirl hat and looking a little nonplussed. She was wondering where to sit because some ignorant peasants had sat in her reserved judges seat.

Scary Judge was also there, but she had place in the judges seats because even ignorant peasants would run away when they saw her coming to eat their beads. If they stayed in her seat, she would probably eat them too.

We also saw girl with some strange knotted growth in her hair, wearing a blanket.

Wonder Woman was in the audience, but she left quickly at the end because everyone was going to pester her for autographs.

Anyway, on to the show and check out the HATS!

First up was the Useless Umbrella hat.
Stylish. Unique.
Useless in the rain.

Hot on the heels of that was Horse Pill hat.
We’re not sure which part of the horse’s body this would be used on, but we think it would involve a struggle and probably some squashed toes.

This is the Yellow Flower Pot hat.
It will remain useful even when it’s no longer fashionable as a hat.
Notice the model’s organically grown Ninja Eyelashes.

This one is the Black Fan hat.
You could also use it for cleaning cobwebs off the ceiling.

This is my friend Lieffiie Ruby modelling the Invisible Mystery hat.
I’m worried that the judges might not understand it and it might cost her points in the contest.

After that came the Gothic Birds’ Nest hat.
Looks like they hadn’t quite finished making it.

Clown Hat.
You must be having a larf.

One of the organisards was also sporting a hat. This is the Gothic Garden hat.

There was also a second contest being judged at the same time: The Ninja Eyelash Class.
Not all the models had entered but you can see the winner and the runner up below.

Runner Up

Double-ended Ninja Eyelashes.
A clear winner.


I was delighted to accept when Lieffiie invited me to take Logan to see the Harajuku show in the Miss Essence of Ebony Contest.

I had no idea what it meant, but I thought we would find out when we got there and I’d be able to wing it from there on in.

No such luck.
This was much harder than I thought to work out.

First I thought it meant “Get all your stuff out of the closet, throw it on the bed and get dressed while wearing a blindfold.”

Then I decided it must mean “Girl with the Chimey Sweep Brush”

Or perhaps “You must wear something bright pink”

Maybe it just means “Scary Girl”

I was pretty sure that I was right with “Scary Girl” for a while.

But then I realised that it might mean:
“Where did you get that hat,
where did you get that hat?”

“I should like to have one,
just the same as that”

I watched the show a bit more and wondered if it might be the Japanese word for “Stormtrooper Platform Boots”

Or I’ve got “Mad Pink Hair!”

Finally, I worked it out.
It means, “It’s my birthday soon, I hope someone can buy me some new laces”!

Leiffiie Ruby.

Logan and I had been whispering and we attracted the attention of the scary judge. She said, “Stop talking in the back row, or else I’ll come and eat all your beads. Because I’ve nearly finished eating all of mine.”

Not all of the judges were scary. This is my old friend Roe Woodford who has been promotard and is now a Harajuku judge too.

And this judge is the owner.
I don’t think she can see if the Harajukus or the judges are scary.
I don’t think she can see anything at all.

Lieffiie Supermodel

This is Lieffiie Ruby in a recent modelling competition.

As I said before, it’s not always easy being a model, much less as glamorous as you might imagine. In this competition they had to make their own outfits using nothing more than an old witches broom and some coloured baler twine.

Lieffiie *Miss Fifi* Ruby

It’s not easy being a model. People think it’s just a job for Bimbos and Dimbos, but you have to think about a lot more stuff than just your hair and make up.

You need to know how to walk right and where to walk and how to do all the poses and you need to be able to do the model girls’ hard stare.

Most important of all, you need to be able to do the teapot stand without falling off your heels into the molten lava flow that is rushing past a mere few feet away.

Tate’s Birthday

What do you get if you mix some VKC Dogs, a pink and white rabbit woman, some VKC Proven Trainers, a small black dragon, an Australiard and a gang of super models?

Tate’s Birthday Party of course! (-:

From Left to Right:

Nefertiti Seisenbacher
Miss Fifi
Paula Chunes
Blu Sparkle
Keiichi Ichtama
Angel Moni
Rosanna Himmel
Roe Woodford
Miller Wrox
Kalyabreeaa Capelo
Imani Enzo