Why guys who go to bed with a nine wake up to a six.

Ever wonder why the super-hot women you meet in dark bars at night – and somehow convince to sleep with you – turn into skanky hags in the first light of dawn? The truth is more horrifying than you could ever imagine.

Blogger Jackie Brubaker (presumably a female) tries to explain the mysterious, nightly transformation of women in her article, “Why Last Night’s Babe Wakes Up Like This.

You’ll get answers to these baffling questions:

  1. Why does she look like something from a horror film?
  2. Why is her face two different colors?
  3. Boy, she looks pale, doesn’t she?
  4. Why are there sparkles all over my sheets?
  5. Where are her lips?
  6. Is that a rat by her head?
  7. What’s that jelly-like thing on the floor, and where’d that spider come from?
  8. Did she wear beige bike shorts last night under her dress?

Do yourself a favor and read it now: “Why Last Night’s Babe Wakes Up Like This.

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