The Subliminal Secret In Farrah's Hair

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Farrah Fawcett's naughty pinup spelled out a secret, sexy code.

We've all heard about the 12 million boys who plastered that bombshell poster of Farrah Fawcett on their walls in the '70s and '80s. The photo first appeared in 1976, the same year Charlie's Angels debuted, and it captured the imaginations of pre-pubescent boys for decades.

The Daily Beast said this weekend that if those salivating young lads examined the image long enough (which you know they totally did), they found a secret, sexy surprise.

In fact the message in that poster didn't appear in Farrah's perfect piano-key smile or toned, bronzed bod. Within those cascades of blonde tendrils lay a seductive little code that, if solved, catapulted unsuspecting boys into a much more sophisticated galaxy of manhood.

Study the locks that drop down around her right shoulder: thanks to the way the light hits her curls that travel across her collar bone, with a little patience and determination one can trace out the letters S-e-x.

It's amazing how a few curves and curls can start a nostalgic fire. A source from the company that manufactured the poster has said they've received massive amounts of phone calls about the sexy, subliminal message, while one fan commented that his "adolescence would not have been the same without her." Indeed cultural intrigue for Farrah Fawcett ran so super-hot that last week The Guardian in the UK called the poster "all-American" and said with her "fresh, wholesome and gorgeous" appearance in the shot, she embodied the look of the '70s. Do Blondes Have More Dates?

Farrah Fawcett passed away on June 25, 2009—but for thousands of teenagers at heart, her spirit, smile and sexy suggestion survive.

We've all heard about the 12 million boys who plastered that bombshell poster of Farrah Fawcett on their walls in the '70s and '80s. The photo first appeared in 1976, the same year Charlie's Angels debuted, and it captured the imaginations of pre-pubescent guys for decades.

The Daily Beast said this weekend that if those salivating young lads examined the image long enough (which you know they totally did), they found a secret, sexy surprise.

In fact the message in that poster didn't appear in Farrah's perfect piano-key smile or toned, bronzed bod. Within those cascades of blonde tendrils lay a seductive little code that, if solved, catapulted unsuspecting boys into a much more sophisticated galaxy of manhood.

Study the locks that drop down around her right shoulder: thanks to the way the light hits her curls that travel across her collar bone, with a little patience and determination one can trace out the letters S-e-x.

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