Greer used the term in referring to British journalist Suzanne Moore 's alleged "hair bird's-nested all over the place, fuck-me shoes and three fat inches of cleavage". Greer made the remark in response to a column Moore had written about Greer in The Guardian , where Moore had mistakenly repeated an incorrect rumor that Greer had a hysterectomy as a voluntary decision to have herself sterilized. Moore's response was that her fashion choices were dictated by her own tastes and not to please men: "as someone who grew up with punk and Madonna , I take it for granted that women dress to please themselves and not men. Men don't get a look in. The expression was further popularized when British jazz singer Amy Winehouse released the single "Pumps" originally titled " Fuck Me Pumps "[ citation needed ] on her album Frank , a song about gold diggers. In January , in a forum with teenaged students in Cartagena, Colombia , Greer noticed the popularity of silicone breast implants in the audience.