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- Wonder Civics: Okay, you like to “fight for your rights and the good ol’ red, white and blue in your satin tights.” What troubles me, though, is why, as a princess next in the line of succession in an absolute monarchy, you claim to care about democratic governments. So, democracy is fine for man’s world and mortals, but the Amazons need strict rules and hierarchy? Amazon sisters, rebel against your cruel oppressors. End Queen Hippolyta’s two-thousand-year reign of terror. You have nothing to lose but your bullet-deflecting shackles.
This is what you wear to fight crime:
This is what you wear when you go swimming:
Diana, it seems like you might be a bit confused about appropriate attire. Not that I am complaining about your red, white and blue playboy-bunny suit. Believe, I am also not one of those people who is going to whine about you wearing six-inch heels. Sure you risk breaking an ankle running and jumping, but at what price fashion? It is just that usually we wear less clothing in the water than out. Just a hint, Diana.
While we are talking about your outfit, why change the eagle on your bustier to the WW? The eagle made sense. The eagle went with the general patriotic fervor of the whole outfit.
Okay, I understand you are not really a U.S. citizen. But, then why keep the star-spangled panties?
The WW seems to bare an uncanny resemblance to the following images:
VanHalen Symbol – Did you find a penchant for eighties hair bands?
Whataburger symbol – Do you secretly gorge on greasy mystery meat patties?
These are the mysteries of an icon. . .
Too geeky of an entry? Hey, it's almost the holidays, cut me some slack.