...Miss Beautiful Morals!
Yes, foks, coming to a city near you, the pageant for the rest of us. Well, at least for those of us who wear a veil and want to compete in how well we obey our parents!
Pageant hopefuls will also spend a day at a country house with their mothers, where they will be observed by female judges and graded on how they interact with their mothers, al-Mubarak said. Since the pageant is not televised and no men are involved, contestants can take off the veils and black figure-hiding abayas they always wear in public.
One of the contestants says:
"I will be proud to show everyone that I competed with the others over my devotion to my parents," the 24-year-old said.
I'm signin' my girls up.
Labels: Theater of the Absurd