Larry and I were watching a movie on AMC tonight called Chief Crazy Horse. It had Victor Mature and an extremely well endowed actress by the name of Suzan Ball in it. Victor Mature played Chief Crazy Horse and Ms Ball played his wife. As Larry and I sat there watching the movie I couldn't help but notice the Chief's wife sure as heck had a peculiar look about her for being an Indian squaw out on the plains.
Finally, I realized what looked so out of place here. Besides the fact that she was wearing more war paint than her hubby did when he went on the warpath, she was not built like I thought a squaw should be. So I turned to Larry and said, "Hey honey, don't you think it kind of odd an Indian squaw is not only that well endowed, but seems to have acquired one of them torpedo shaper brassieres as well?"
To which Larry replied while he was ogling those torpedoes, "Nah honey the braves probably took it off what was left of some settlers wife, before they burned up the wagons and stuff."
To which Morris, who had been sitting on my shoulder just waiting for an opening like this, inquired, "Yes, but how many settler's wives do you think those Indians had to go through before they found her cup size?"
Sometimes, it is like living in the middle of a MSK episode from hell around my place. Instead of robots and and apes though, I have to deal with Morris the maniacal Muse, and my husband Larry.
Then later during the movie I noticed the Chief's arms didn't match his face. His face was a real dark bronze. His arms however were another story. They looked liked he had stole them off of one those pale face settlers. The must of had a hell of a medicine man in that village.
It was hard to tell if the Chief's wife was an all over redskin or not. She was covered head to toe in some real pretty dress that fit her so well, them braves must of took it off the same settler's wife they swiped the torpedo shapers from.
I also noticed that at times all the Indians' hair had a tendency to look sort of like a badly trod upon beaver pelt. Frankly, the horse's looked better groomed than some of those Indians did. Must of had a bad batch of bear grease there or something when they was rubbing them braids down. Either that, or those Indians were suffering from the worse case of a bad hair day I ever saw.
Of course, Custard wound up having an even worse bad hair day up there on the Little Big Horn before the movie ended. Though by the end of the movie, the Indians were defeated and surviving the reservation became their way life. So historically speaking the movie wasn't totally off base.