I hate my industry sometimes

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. 

With that in mind, here’s what explains the title of this post:

 

The hilarious Jonathan Nelson mused about how this… err… story may have come about:

 

I’d love to sit in on the process that allowed that to be on the cover.

4 months ago:

“Hey Mr. Editor Joe, ya hear about this new trend involving women’s personal grooming?”

“No! But sounds golden, run with it.”

3 Months ago:

“Here is that story Mr. Editor Joe.”

“Brilliant!”

2 months ago:

“So what are the headlines for the cover?”

“I got this va-jay-jay story.”

“Classy! Put that front and center.”

And now we have this.

Who can tell me the real story? Anyone?

 

2 Comments

  1. Jan S August 28, 2010

    History of the term according to the NYT Style & Fashion section:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/28/fashion/28vajayjay.html

    As to how the magazine headline perhaps came about:
    http://www.bust.com/feminizzle/cosmo-hates-jessica-alba.html
    (No, the mag doesn’t hate her).

  2. Anna Tarkov August 28, 2010

    Ahhh, I figured it was Cosmo. And that’s really funny that it’s Jessica Alba and the line is right around the area of her… area down there.

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