Georgia O’Keeffe painted vaginas.
So for anyone who has ever watched Sex and the City all the way through at least 8 times (we’re talking the series, not the movie), you’ll be familiar with the episode in which Charlotte gets her hoo-hah painted by a famous artist.
For those of you who aren’t that familiar, there’s an episode of Sex and the City where the character gets her hoo-hah painted by a famous artist.
That artist should have been Georgia O’Keeffe, because she did not paint flowers, she painted vaginas.
Some of you may already know this about her work, but I have unfortunately not paid much attention to Georgia since I first became acquainted with her in elementary school. It was this great program called “Meet the Masters” where we got to learn about, well, the masters and then reproduce our own versions of their works of art. So basically, unknownst to my 10-year-old self, they were teaching me how to draw vaginas.
But really, they’re just close ups of flowers. I never intended for them to be interpreted that way.
You, Miss O’Keeffe, are a liar. I think it’s time you took a good hard look at your paintings, as well as urbandictionary.com, where your name is listed as synonymous with the body part itself. And guess what else– 54.54(with-a-little-hat-on-top) percent of all people ever (because 55 votes = representative sample in my world) enjoy that definition. And the other people who voted were thumbs-downing the poor grammar in the example sentence.
As a side note, I always love the option of personalizing mugs with Urban Dictionary entries. In this case, I think it would be a really magical touch to include a Georgia O’Keeffe reprint along with the definition to really make the strong statement that flaginas often do.
Wait, what’s a flagina? Is that English?
Part flower, part vagina, all rather disconcerting once you realize what you were actually drawing at the tender age of 10. Additionally, very disturbing to think about deeply, especially when you ask yourself which sort of “life” the image was drawn from.
If you’re not yet convinced by my carryings on, here’s some visual evidence to support my accusation of deceit:
And finally, the most telling piece of evidence I have–a portrait of Georgia herself:
In conclusion, Georgia O’Keeffe can have fun sitting on her throne of lies with her penose and flaginas.