Based on my highly sophisticated Interweb Deductive Reasoning Skillz (aka, IDRS; aka, Google search), I’ve come to the conclusion that the Parco referred to in this video is the same Parco that’s a department store in Japan; however, what Faye Dunaway peeling and eating a hard boiled egg has to do with shopping at said department store is the sort of batshit weirdness that can neither be Googled nor explained. It can only be seen, and thankfully Joanne Casey over at I have seen the whole of the internet has indeed seen the whole of the internet (or at least the part of the internet where Faye Dunaway eats a hard boiled egg), so now we can all witness the dignified artistry and elegance that Faye Dunaway brings to hard boiled egg eating:
Obviously this comes as no surprise that Faye Dunaway has made hard boiled egg the new organic pear. How could it be any other way? Watching this is simply exquisite. I mean, think about the delicate, playful way she prepares her egg for consumption; why, it’s practically feline! Marvel at how she turns hard boiled egg appreciation into a silent epic told through pure FACE, particularly this FACE:
(The Faye-Dunaway-is-simply-astonished-at-how-UTTERLY-DELCIOUS-this hard-boiled-egg-is FACE.)
I mean, when you take these things into account, but how can you not consider this one of Faye Dunaway’s great, unsung moments of uninhibited ACTING. But of course:
Mommie Dearest remains Faye Dunaway’s finest hour, and I will beat you with a wire hanger while wearing Kabuki fright makeup my nighttime beauty masque if you dare to disagree.
Much love to the good folks over at Unfogged for making this important discovery.