In Tabetha’s latest photo shoot with Phoenix Effect photography, she grieves at the feet of a weeping angel statue, gets approached, gets bit, sucks some blood from the vampire’s arm and becomes a vampire herself.
Sound familiar? Well, it should. It’s the same scenario as her photo shoot with Salena, almost shot for shot. I had the pictures of Salena’s session posted as proof, but the crybaby Tabetha stuck her widdle lip out pouting, stomped her widdle foot and told me to take the photos down, so I’ll describe them to you, instead.
First, Tabetha grieves at the feet of the same exact weeping angel as the new photo shoot, dressed in black period garb, wearing a black wig and makeup that (for once) doesn’t include red eyebrows that look like they’re done in magic marker.
Next, she’s approached by the lovely Salena, dressed in a lovely gothic frock and hat, with impeccable makeup and style.
Salena, the vampire, bites Tab on the left shoulder, in exactly the same spot, in exactly the same way as the new guy does in the copycat shot. Same two blood trails and everything.
Next, Tab sucks blood from Salena’s arm in exactly the same way as the new photo shoot, except in the older one, she doesn’t look like she’s taking a shit.
Finally, Tab becomes a vampire herself, with blood trickling from the corners of her mouth in EXACTLY the same fashion as the copycat new session.
It’s the same weeping statue, same poses, same plot, everything is EXACTLY the same in the new photos, recreated verbatim from Salena’s photo session.
Well, not everything. In this photo shoot, the other model is a young guy, and neither one of them are wearing period or themed clothing. In this one, Tab’s wearing her black Marilyn dress and hooker heels, while the guy wears just a tee shirt and jeans. Not very inventive.
This shoot doesn’t look like a story captured in a series of photos. It looks like exactly what it is. Tab and her new boy toy playing copycat to Salena’s photos.
There’s another difference, too. Salena had the good sense and taste to turn down the lingerie in the graveyard iea. Tab goes right for it, though, posing all “Let me try to be sexy” on somebody’s headstone. I don’t know about you, boys and girls, but I think that’s hugely disrespectful to the dead. And this from somebody who doesn’t just ask, but DEMANDS respect for her departed, real or imagined.
That’s Tab in a nutshell, though, isn’t it? Demanding that she be treated in ways she refuses to treat others: with respect, kindness, love, civility, decency, fairness or honesty. Anybody that thinks they’re seeing any of the above from her is either fooling themselves or just hasn’t known her long enough yet. Give it time and they will. They always do.