From: PDX (and now) London, UK
I had a very hard time finding a good You Tube of Mary Ann and Mrs. Howell. These were the best I could come up with giving it a reasonable effort ("reasonable effort" for a light-hearted post like this one is a couple of minutes). I tried to find one for Mary Ann using the search phrase "Mary Ann in short shorts" but didn't strike instantaneous gold like I expected. If Mary Ann brought me a coconut creme pie in her traditional short shorts.....Lord, have mercy!
for a huge collection of stills of both of them, including some pretty rare ones. Tina's "Playboy" shoot is fuzzed out to meet youtube reqs.
Skip to about a minute in to avoid the author's opinions.
While the intro and the voice work is annoying, that man has a solid premiss figured out there. So the answer to the question is obvious. Both! But definitely Mary-Ann first, preferably in the short shorts and ruffled, low cut blouse.
Back to other matters, a slightly humorous meeting today between a co-worker and a reporter polling Americans here in London about the election. she approached him, questioned him for a while, and then said, "I have to say sir, you speak very well for an American!"
At that point he reverted quickly into his home town Georgia accent and said, "Why thank you miss, I'm sure glad you think so! I don't get that often here in London." Then walked away. Lucky I was wearing a brown shirt today because there are definitely now coffee stains down the front.
"Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm." - Winston Churchill