Her movements resemble that of rizzo form grease, she has a stride to her walk to show that she is confident and will "own" where she is. Her walk is also quite seductive with a shake in her walk to make Alec still be interested in her

Her movements resemble that of rizzo form grease, she has a stride to her walk to show that she is confident and will "own" where she is. Her walk is also quite seductive with a shake in her walk to make Alec still be interested in her

Rizzo: A crooning high schooler sings about "There are Worse Things I Could Do" as she struggles with an unexpected pregnancy & a tarnished reputation. (Grease, 1978, Randal Kleiser. Portrayed by Stockard Channing).

Rizzo: A crooning high schooler sings about "There are Worse Things I Could Do" as she struggles with an unexpected pregnancy & a tarnished reputation. (Grease, 1978, Randal Kleiser. Portrayed by Stockard Channing).

Keep your filthy paws off my silky drawers! Be as badass as Rizzo and ward off creepy guys with this feminist enamel pin, inspired by the movie and musical Grease.  The badge measures approximately 3 x 1.7cm. It fastens with a black rubber clutch and has gold coloured plating.

Grease 'Keep your filthy paws off my silky drawers' enamel pin badge /// musical feminist femme underwear pants knickers panties political

Keep your filthy paws off my silky drawers! Be as badass as Rizzo and ward off creepy guys with this feminist enamel pin, inspired by the movie and musical Grease. The badge measures approximately 3 x 1.7cm. It fastens with a black rubber clutch and has gold coloured plating.

All time fav. I've always idolized this woman. The ultimate "BAD ASS". Me in the 70's, Betty Rizzo.

All time fav. I've always idolized this woman. The ultimate "BAD ASS". Me in the 70's, Betty Rizzo.

Stockard Channing - "Grease" (1978) - Costume designer : Albert Wolsky

Sandy vs Rizzo

22 Distressing Life Lessons From "Grease"

22 Distressing Life Lessons From "Grease"

*Grease*.... I always loved this saying when I was a kid. Never knew what it meant until I became older.

*Grease*.... I always loved this saying when I was a kid. Never knew what it meant until I became older.

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