Texas State Student Strips Down To Underwear, Covers Herself In Chick-Fil-A Fries Because Art Or Feminism Or Something

I’m all for freedom of expression and having people exercising their First Amendment rights. I’m also all for women stripping off their clothes. However, there’s one thing that I can’t justify – wasting delectable Chick-fil-A waffle fries. And that’s where Monika Rostvold done fucked up.

If the name sounds familiar that is because in April, Monika “performed” a rather unusual “art” project. For her demonstration, which attempted to send a message about the objectification of the female body, she got completely naked and sat blindfolded on the steps of the library at Texas State for 45 minutes. You can see censored video of her “art” here.

In her second outlandish “art” project Monika stripped down to her bra and panties and blanketed herself with Chick-fil-A waffle fries and ketchup. Then this girl didn’t even eat the fries! Now Chick-fil-A waffle fries really only have a delicious shelf-life of 18 minutes before they become salty, soggy potato slabs. So there’s no way that one would eat those old fries, so this is a complete waste of like ten orders of Chick-fil-A waffle fries. This is certainly irresponsible.

One gentleman wasn’t about to let precious waffle fries go to waste.

The message behind this “artistic” performance is so obvious, but in case you don’t see the blatant message of a woman in her underwear covered in fried potatoes and catsup then I will help you see the truth.

“I think the fact that food being craved and satisfied relates to how we satisfy our emotional and physical relationships now a days and just questioning, is this what we want,” she told MySanAntonio.com.

She also said that she “hoped the discussion surrounding her performance would analyze the effects popular dating apps such as Tinder and Grindr have had on people’s outlooks on relationships.”

“People can take whatever they want from my performance,” Rostvold told the student-run paper. “I’m very open to opinions (about hook-up culture). Is it good? Is it bad? Is it healthy? I feel like people were debating and talking about what I was doing, so it got people talking about it.”

The message that I got from the whole “performance” was “Do you want ants? Because that’s how you get ants.”

Maybe next time Monika can do an “art” project where she attempts to raise awareness for the 48.1 million Americans who live in food insecure households, including 15.3 million children. And she doesn’t waste delightful Chick-fil-A waffle fries.