We’re here at the International String Bikini Girls contest interviewing the contestants about to compete in this year’s event and also talking with the previous year’s winners. There’s anticipation in the tropical air as Randy Horner, our international correspondent approaches the contestants:
Randy Horner: Candy, I understand you’re one of the top contenders for winning first prize in this year’s String Bikini Girls contest. What’s brought you this far in your career?
Candy: Well Randy, it’s all about dedication to internal metaphysical concepts that permit the flow of energy from the subconscious to extend outwardly to the fleshly shell of our impermanent bodies. It’s while forgetting the path of a career that a truly fulfilling lifestyle can emerge in harmony with nature and the true self, which is in fact nonexistent, but one with the universal everything that is all nothing.
Randy Horner: Ahhhaaa…thanks….and now…Angelica, how do you feel about your chances of winning this year’s String Bikini Girl’s contest?
Angelica: That’s something all of us have given much thought to, Randy. It really comes down to the principals of ying yang where there is neither good or evil but a blend of the two that is by nature part of us all and yet without an individual “I”. After discussing this with the other contestants, we all agree that it’s not about winning a title or failing to do so, but about the journey each of us girls takes as we walk the path toward our eventual physical demise.
Randy Horner: Ahhh…ya….and now…let’s move on…and have a word with last year’s winner. Miss, Mandy, I notice that you’re not attired in a bikini as you were last year. What has causes you to switch from being a Bikini Girl to a Tankini Swimwear promoter?
Mandy: My switch from the string bikini in favor of tankini swimwear designs has been a natural evolution toward the freedom of movement that was previously restricted by strings that crept into places that were difficult to adjust in public. With the newest tankini swimwear styles, I’ve become more actively involved in …almost everything… instead of being a mere spectator or life. I felt that while I was a bikini girl, I was inhibited, and therefore was in need of exposing myself to prove I was free. Yet, now that I know I’m free,
I can choose to cover myself and still retain the sense of liberation that nudity was unable to proffer.
Randy Horner: Aha…right…and…oh…I see the first string bikini girls have taken their places on stage, but there’s some kind of commotion. It appears the judges are about to expel one of the contestants who is….just a minute…yes, it’s true. They claim she’s inappropriately attired in a tankini swimwear outfit that offers full frontal coverage of the abdomen…aha…that’s it. I’m approaching the scene now, and …yes…….the contestant wearing a tankini has been disqualified…