I used to work in the vicinity of a few fancy clothing stores and by default would have to walk by their window displays a few times in the course of my shift. Some of the stores had large posters of models wearing their clothing items displayed in their windows. Of course being models, they usually were very attractive and didn't seem to mind a guy like me stopping by and saying hello.
So as such, I stopped by and chatted with the ladies. I told them how beautiful and fabulous they looked. I even asked them if they knew that their image was going to be displayed in a larger than life form to many people in a mall. Meh, they didn't talk much but I knew they were listening and they were there for me to look at and admire.
One of these ladies, a beautiful blond model kept me company for about 3 weeks of work and then she was gone forever.
She looked fun. wore jeans and didn't mind to go out for a drive around town. One of her most memorable fun time ideas was to sit on the hood of a car and look gorgeous for a photo. She looked striking in a red jacket against her perfectly cut blond hair. Oh, we had good times...a whole 3 weeks of it. She was there for me every shift. What a gal.
During that time, my good dA friend drew a yellow/gold pony named "Glitter Gold" and put her up for adoption.
Midi, as I call my friend, puts a lot of work in her art and I admire how she pays attention to every little detail. I knew right away that I wanted to adopt Glitter Gold not only because she was so well drawn but also because she reminded me of my model friend. The blond hair, the haircut, the eyes and their fun nature were very similar in both. Adopting Glitter Gold was just a must for me. I had to have her and luckily I managed to adopt her.
Okay, lol, lol, lol. This is how I roll in my life, talking to posters and adopting ponies that look like them (Ok this was the first time but I may want more ponies representing the pretty ladies at some point). It makes life full of fun filled memories and connects me with glamour and satisfies my appreciation for beauty and art form without the drama, so be it.