Just over a year ago, Saynt stepped down from his perch atop Socialyte – a digital marketing agency he co-founded with his ex-wife Beca Alexander – to run NSFW, which he founded three years ago, full time.Saynt, who is bisexual, started his post-college years as a nightlife consultant and fashion blogger, founding Fashion Indie, which would become one of the most widely read – and controversial – sites in the industry.
” and unleashes the Aunt Barbara laugh, a series of “haw, haw, haw, haw”s descending down a musical scale. I’ll just leave it over here and use it when nobody’s lookin’.” More laughter.
“I went to a college where weird stuff happened all the time,” says Williams. A woman with red hair and tasteful tattoos is being tied up.
She’s doubled over across a bench that looks like something you’d do curls on at a gym.
She calls the youngest lady in the crowd “Kim Kardashian,” repeatedly telling her to Google old-timey references like the soft drink Shasta and Jean Nate, an “after bath splash” introduced in the 1930s.
She refers to the audience as a group of “attractive, alcoholic wives.” Women, no matter who they are, seem to love Aunt Barbara — even the more conservative, Trump-supporting women among the crowd tonight. “Too real,” summarizes Suchan.n 1946 inventor Earl Tupper began selling his plastic containers with airtight seals in stores, but they weren’t popular until consultants began to sell them at house parties featuring games, hors d’oeuvres and booze in the 1950s.She leans over the counter to touch up her powder, eyeshadow and blush before applying bright pink “wild rose” lipstick.