Monday, February 16, 2009

Turbo Scara

A mother and her grown daughter primp for the day together in front of a mirror:

Mother: Ginger, here. Check out this mascara that Great Aunt Jody had to buy.

Daughter: Um. OK. (opens mascara. mascara begins to vibrate) Oh my God.(grinning) This is make-up and a vibrator all in one. How old is Aunt Jody?

Mother: (laughing) I think she's 79 or so.

Daughter: Huh. Go Aunt Jody! (using the mascara) Hey this is pretty cool. It separates my lashes nicely. I like.

(Son-in-law walks in)

Daughter: Hey Babe, check this out. Open it.

(vibrates)

Son-in-law: So. Do you need to be alone?



Estee Lauder: Fufilling all a girl's desires and then some..

3 comments:

Amy said...

So does it work? I did not know this type of thing could happen.

Bonnie said...

I have a hard enough time putting on mascara when the wand isn't moving, all I need is a weapon in my hand. I can hear the mother in "A Christmas Story" saying "you'll poke your eye out" as I write this. :)

Ginger said...

The mascara is very nice. The other part is me being a gutter brain potty mouth. :D

Bonnie, I LOVE that movie, except that TBS plays it on a loop at Christmas time. :( BUT I totally get the weapon thing. I used to try and close my eye whilst putting on mascara because I was afraid I'd poke my eye out. Turns out, once one becomes an old pro at mascara-ing,one generally (and accidentally) pokes one's eye more often, putting black streaks on one's contact, and causing a burning sensation akin to lighting a Bunsen burner on one's cornea.

But also, on the days I feel sad or have low self-esteem, I totally pile on the mascara. Tammy Faye's got nothing on these lashes! :)

Monday, February 16, 2009

Turbo Scara

A mother and her grown daughter primp for the day together in front of a mirror:

Mother: Ginger, here. Check out this mascara that Great Aunt Jody had to buy.

Daughter: Um. OK. (opens mascara. mascara begins to vibrate) Oh my God.(grinning) This is make-up and a vibrator all in one. How old is Aunt Jody?

Mother: (laughing) I think she's 79 or so.

Daughter: Huh. Go Aunt Jody! (using the mascara) Hey this is pretty cool. It separates my lashes nicely. I like.

(Son-in-law walks in)

Daughter: Hey Babe, check this out. Open it.

(vibrates)

Son-in-law: So. Do you need to be alone?



Estee Lauder: Fufilling all a girl's desires and then some..

3 comments:

Amy said...

So does it work? I did not know this type of thing could happen.

Bonnie said...

I have a hard enough time putting on mascara when the wand isn't moving, all I need is a weapon in my hand. I can hear the mother in "A Christmas Story" saying "you'll poke your eye out" as I write this. :)

Ginger said...

The mascara is very nice. The other part is me being a gutter brain potty mouth. :D

Bonnie, I LOVE that movie, except that TBS plays it on a loop at Christmas time. :( BUT I totally get the weapon thing. I used to try and close my eye whilst putting on mascara because I was afraid I'd poke my eye out. Turns out, once one becomes an old pro at mascara-ing,one generally (and accidentally) pokes one's eye more often, putting black streaks on one's contact, and causing a burning sensation akin to lighting a Bunsen burner on one's cornea.

But also, on the days I feel sad or have low self-esteem, I totally pile on the mascara. Tammy Faye's got nothing on these lashes! :)