Making The World Safe For Science - One Supermodel At A Time
Science Proves Women Are In League With Lucifer
Science can't prove everything. We can't prove Evolution, for example, and we can't prove that light is a wave and not a particle or that light is a particle and not a wave or ... well, we can't prove most anything about light.
"The Evil One used his dark powers to remake these 'nobodies' from top to bottom -- taking away their flabby guts, sagging behinds and oversized schnozzes, while endowing them with high cheekbones, long, shapely legs and tight, toned buns," said Iggleton.
We can't just let Satan take over the whole world, so we asked Iggleton how we would know exactly which women were armed with the might of Hades itself and he gave us these helpful hints:
1.If she has a romantic relationship with a rock musician. "It's long been established that rock is the Devil's music," stated Iggleton. Scientists are okay, though. "You only have sex like rock stars," he said. Indeed.
2.If she bears the "Devil's Mark," what scientists call a "tramp stamp", usually on her lower back just above the buttocks. Scientists were disappointed to find out this was a problem, since virtually every girl we have ever known has had one.
3.If she is caught engaged in immoral conduct such as raunchy same-sex dancing. There goes my New Years party. How do I get a refund on all this cocaine?
4.If she is never seen in public holding a Bible. I am not even seen in Church holding a Bible.
5.If she causes happily married men to have immoral urges. "If a man comes out of the bathroom red-faced and clutching the swimsuit issue of Sports Illustrated, you can be sure one of Satan's minions is having an effect on him," Iggleton pointed out.
What about coming out of a bathroom clutching an actual Sports Illustrated swimsuit model? Because I did that three times this year and I have never been sucked into the Pits of Hell.
Anyway, there seems to be something to this 'Satan helping supermodels' thing. Nothing else can explain why Heidi Klum still gets work.