This has been cycling around the interwebs for a couple of days already, so perhaps you’ve already encountered the tale of Brittany Molina, the infamous BYU Harlot.
It seems that Ms. Molina was chillin’ on the Brigham Young campus on Valentine’s Day when some dude shimmied up to her and passed her a note.
How sweet, right?
A love note on Valentine’s Day seems pretty darn swell, except for one little thing, it wasn’t a love note.
Instead it was an admonishment of Molina’s attire. Here’s what the note read:
“You may want to consider that what you’re wearing has a negative effect on men (and women) around you. Many people come to this university because they feel safe, morally as well as physically, here. They expect others to abide by the Honor Code that we all agreed on. Please consider your commitment to the Honor Code (which you agreed to) when dressing each day. Thank you.”
I suppose the dude probably has a point, right?
He certainly wouldn’t just go out and hand a note like this to someone who wasn’t half-naked and flaunting her lady bits all over campus, right?
I mean we are talking about BYU here and there is the honor code and all that, so let’s take a peek at what this street walker was wearing around campus on that fateful day.
(Blogger’s Note: Before you view this photo, it is probably best to ask any and all children to leave the room.)
Well that’s not the Victoria’s Secret-inspired ensemble I was expecting.
No worries, I can work with this. I can definitely see where that guy was coming from with that note.
I mean, I can see some clavicle and those boots do not appear to be military issue.
Heck, she looks like she probably doesn’t even own a burqa!
It’s a wonder that they even allow people within thirty miles of campus looking like this, right?!
I mean, she’s just destroying society left and right.
I’m sure my great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandmamma would faint if she saw this outfit…‘tis downright scandalous.