I have been meaning to write about Cherie Cheezcake for the longest time. I am slick obsessed with her blog. I mentioned her briefly to you a few weeks ago when I did that Friday Favorites article on Coco Peru. You probably don't remember, it was such a passing moment. But, I've told you I am a horrible blogger. I do not read other blogs. I am very bad at this whole internet thing.
Needless to say it was bound to happen that I would discover another bloggers site that I would have to share with you. Look at her. Read this blog for the pictures. Every picture in this article is from her website. She's perfection. Look at this. I'm gagging
I already have my plans for Friday Favorites, but I have no idea what to do for today. You see I made up my mind a month or two ago that I would write in Cherie Cheezcake for a Friday Favorites. But, other things kept coming up. Then, I realized I can do a Media Monday on my second favorite burlesque dancer. Never forget the power of Dita Von Teese.
Her podcasts are really what I'm obsessed with, though. They're dirty and funny. I love it. Her blog is great, but her podcast. Yassss, Gaga, YASSSSS. That is how I feel about her podcast.
She also runs the Blues City Burlesque, which as she said in her podcast is basically just her. I would go see the show. I would love it. Her day job is curling and dying peoples hair in a hair salon in a hotel. I don't know why that sounds so upper class and posh to me. It's basically the same thing as working at a McDonald's on the Upper East Side.
The job is no more glamorous. The location is just different.
I also appreciate how she spotlights other burlesque performers as well. It's so important to acknowledge the fact that there are other great people in the world. Amy Dobbins is someone I know about, because of Cherie Cheezcake. That's everything. Cherie Cheezcake is everything.
Watch this video. There is nothing but perfection.
Side note, Cherie. These stage hands who leave you last minute are rude. I would die if I was your kitten, stage maid, butler, whatever you would like to call me. I would be whatever you wanted. And, I'm sure I might be able to do it well.