Ladies and gentlemen, it's chocha time! Don't Show-cha Your Chocha is the premiere destination on the internet for appallingly short hemlines and the tragic neglect of pants (and sometimes underwear, oh my!). If you're a new reader, please click here to read the very first DSYC post, and if you're a veteran of Operation Chocha Freedom, please read on, and stay vigilant!Let's kick things off with a brazenly close call:
Sarah came across this picture of Mischa Barton lighting up a cigarette while lifting up her skirt hem:
Next up: Hermione, no!
Says Alicia: This makes me sad. I just think of her massive amount of fluffy hair in the first Harry Potter movie, and wonder if when she sits down, she gives a peek of "the curtains matching the drapes." Gross, I know, but that's how I think.
And Darcy found an even more incriminating shot:
She says: Emma Watson employs the famous "Awkward Tug" move to attempt to avoid showing everyone her Harry Potter.
Bridey was concerned about the "blatant promotion of chocha" going on over at a certain streetstyle photographer's blog. First there was this photo:
Fabulous reader Nikki sent in a London Fashion Week model who appears to be heeding that advice:
Michelle found a couple pics of Miley Cyrus, a repeat offender:
She says: Is it still wrong to show your chocha if you are at the ripe age of 17? I think so! At that age, your parent should not be allowing you to leave the house like this. But I guess it doesn't apply when said parent is also encouraging stripping on stage.
Speaking of repeat offenders, this picture of Sienna Miller has been featured before, but as the epitome of "Don't Show-cha Your Chocha," I feel it's prudent to post it again:
Says Liz: Frankly, I think she looks way too happy for someone that has obviously just had their trousers stolen.
Here's a picture from a Nylon party of someone who thought nylons can function as pants:
Tiffany wanted to point out the dress on the left, but all of these outfits have their own chocha charm:
Here's my guess on this model's thought process, from left to right:
Pose #1: I have to physically hold down this dress to mantain my dignity. I hate my life.
Pose #2: Hey, this is kind of cute and an OK length. I look pretty cute. Go me!
Pose #3: Are you guys serious? Really? Because I'm not even gonna try with this one.
Pose #4: What time is lunch?
Brittany found an example of Vintage DSYC:
She adds that, in addition to the almost-shown chocha: This vintage advertisement is completely appalling on many levels, it's not lost on me.
Amy sent in this "Evil Monster Chocha!":
She says: It's not exactly Don't Show-cha Your Chocha, but it's certainly unsettling.
Elizabeth submitted another angle:
And finally, let's all thank the lord for the strategic placement of these feathers:
Says Beth: I'm not sure words exist for this dress, but if they did, they'd go something like "Holy shit that woman bleached her merkin & then stapled it to the outside of her dress."
On that note, please check out this "merkin bag" that reader Jessica submitted. She thought it would be a perfect safeguard for potential chocha revealing situations, and I agree.
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