Scent of a Women
Last night two of my best guy friends had a joint birthday party at their house out in Bed-Stuy and after what was probably a touch too much champagne (there was beer pong set up but in true debutante form I refused to play with beer, so champagne it was!) I crashed on their couch. It was a great time... always is... but it left me "up a creek without a paddle" as my friends down south would say when it came to a showering situation. Although I was able to give myself what my mother calls a "Chi O Bath", hearkening back to her days at the Chi O house at Ole Miss when she didn't have enough bathroom time for full shower so she would give herself a bird bath in the sink and be on her way, it still was not my proudest debutante moment. To try and make up for it, my scent today is a potentially overwhelming combination of Chanel No. 5 and dry shampoo. The Chanel No. 5 is very important here, because it's the Chanel No. 5 that makes you feel like the picture on the left, when what you actually look like is the picture on the right. Only brunette in my case, and probably eating a Chipotle Burrito Bowl to cure my itty bitty hangover.
I would like to thank Nicole Kidman, and Charlize Theron in "Monster" for their help in this demonstration.
With Grace and Good Humor,