Yep, who cares if our girls are getting their ovens removed when they’re 15 for fooling around, keep selling them sex, dammit! Throw rubbers at ‘em! It’ll never happen to them, even though according to the CDC 0ne in four teenage girls right now have some form of STD funk coursing through their system.
In addition to the media’s brainwashing attempts to mold our girls into brainless ditzes like one of Hef’s chicks, our culture has also made being a reality TVesque, whiny, nerve-grating, Girlicious drama queen witch wonderful as well. What has the anti-traditional values, Christianity-sucks secularists propped up for our girls to pattern? Three things, namely: 1. be spiteful, 2. narcissistic and 3. a slut. This is cultural progress for these “winners.”In this article I’d like to spit on both targets the secularist tools have established for our females and set the bar a tad higher for our daughters with my 10 Commandments for Classy Girls.
Mom . . . Dad . . . teach your girl these ten things, and she won’t morph into a hellion who’ll drive us all insane.
Commandment 1: Don’t flaunt your advantages.
The Classy Girl doesn’t show off who she is, where she went to school or her net worth. Yeah, the bells and smells, the incense and nonsense afforded by certain advantages (earned or otherwise) don't mean a thing to a Classy Girl if used as a fig leaf to veil her utter lack of character and humility.
Let me make it simple for you: Everything that Paris Hilton, Britney, Omarosa, Lindsay, and New York (from Flavor of Love) does, do the opposite, and you will be a very pleasant and delightful young lady not hiding behind daddy’s cash, mere talent, a Bose voice processor or fifteen minutes of BS-based fame.
A girl with class understands with all the external trappings of success and achievement she can still be a cultural pain in the butt and a horrible person. Therefore, focus not upon dusting up the transient trappings which dazzle the ubiquitous morons but rather pursue the hidden qualities of internal virtues which truly makes a girl great—at least in God’s eyes.
Commandment 2: Everyone deserves respect until they demonstrate they don’t deserve it.
The Classy Girl believes that all people are created in the image of God and should be treated with respect until that person shows they don’t deserve it.