An Actress Spills Out of her Corsage, 1897
William Cowper Brann wrote:
"In bowing her acknowledgements, Miss Bloodgood had the misfortune to spill herself out of her corsage, upon which a fair debutante from Temple, with the naivete' of a little child, observed that "a bust of that kind should be carried in a bucket."
------ William Cowper Brann, journalist and iconclast, "The Iconoclast," 1897
Beauty is only skin deep but Texas is to the bone.