Ivory Twinkler of Gilded Lily Burlesque has the best pasties ever. You level-up just LOOKING at them. That's a whole new reason to remember up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, b, a, b, a, start. Okay, that's probably too much geek. Probably five people know what I'm talking about at this point. [thinks about it for a second] Actually, knowing our crowd, 99% of you know exactly what I'm talking about, right? Regardless, Ivory Twinkler brought enough science/geek-hotness cred to melt the heart of the even the crankiest engineering major. And if one of you who wasn't there says, "Naaa, no one's that sexy, that's 'shopped. I can tell 'cause of the pixels and 'cause I've seen a lot of 'shops in my time," I swear on all that's sacred the back of my hand is coming for your face. On to more photos, which were taken by our trusty photographer, Jeff Schock. We started with the 1- and 2-minute poses. Three more 5-minute poses where the audience used whichever hand they felt was necessary. ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOhP10Or2GM&hl=en&fs=1] Then it was time for the 10-minute poses, the second of which was the good ol' standby 'random noun' contest where folks in the crowd yell out random nouns until Alexis hears something amusing. Marshmellow peeps won out, amusing Alexis more than the mere fact that it was the day after Easter could possibly explain. The winners, which there were a bunch of this time around, got 1 of 4 sketchpads from Artist & Craftsman Supply just across the street on the corner of North and Howard.
Huh, not sure why Kerry drew an entire box of peeps in her stomach, I mean, no one eats an entire box of peeps. That would be craaazyy. The only thing that would be crazier would be to eat two entire boxes after a night of double-fisting birthday drinks, and we certainly don't know anyone that insane.Boilerplate: History's Mechanical Marvel from Atomic Books on the corner of Falls Rd and the Avenue in Hampden. Karen Hsiao's Rubber Duck from Baby Tattoo Books.