Tuesday, 1 November 2011

The Classic Farrah Fawcett Red Bathing Suit Poster.

My friend Dennis Lefebvre had the classic Farrah Fawcett red bathing suit poster in High School.

He had it in his locker for about two weeks and many of us came by his locker during that time to see the cultural icon.
Our research into the newly discovered artifact lasted until Father LeBlanc our school principal caught sight of it and 
the classic Farrah Fawcett red bathing suit poster disappeared into the office never to be seen 
by any of us again.
This was devastating to us having had only two weeks of research time. 
We all felt deflated in this unexpected stoppage in our studies.

I hadn’t really thought about Farrah Fawcett or that poster for years until recently I was at the Aberfoyle Antique Market strolling amongst the vendors shooting porcelain figurine  after figurine when I stumbled upon 
a Farrah Fawcett trading card.

I didn’t know Farrah Fawcett cards even existed.
I don’t think Dennis Lefebvre did either .
For if he did  I'm sure he would have bought the classic Farrah Fawcett red bathing suit poster and trading card.

Just in case.

For purely cultural and anthropological research.