Sunday, November 05, 2006

Attention All Men

Sheena has figured out what you need to buy the woman in your life this coming Christmas. Get thee now to La Vie En Rose and buy the currently 50% off "Dreamy Robe" for the estrogenerator that you hold most dear.

Was cruising around the mall yesterday getting ready for winter when I accidentally rubbed up against the robe rack and my hands thought they fell into a pool of warm melted butter. Soft and squishy and oh so cuddly. I had to have it. One touch and coos of pleasure will be resounding through your household.

As much as Sheena enjoys stimulating the retail sector, she does hate Saturday afternoons at the mall. But the cool breezes and morning ice crystals in the air demand the procurement of sensible shoes and warm tights.

Sheena thinks a new coat is in order. And given her recent smug frame of mind financially, a little indulgence into the world of fur is likely in the cards. Probably sheared beaver. Soft, good range of colours and styles, and well, let's be honest. The ability to say "sheared beaver" on a daily basis with a straight face is something that just can't be passed up.


At 5:51 PM, Blogger saran said...

Sheena, you're hilarious. The only winter investment I have made was the wool scarf I picked up in Edinburgh this spring. It may not be as luxurious or amusing as "sheared beaver," but I love it anyways.

p.s. I bought Gwen a very similar-sounding robe from Victoria's Secret for her birthday a few years ago and I was soooo tempted to keep it for myself.

At 7:45 PM, Blogger pam said...

When you start flaunting your new, sheared beaver I will dig my wolf coat out of the closet. I got tired of the "murderer" comments and lusty looks I was getting from my dog.

At 8:08 PM, Blogger Antonia Z said...

Would that be a Brazilian beaver?

At 12:15 PM, Anonymous the prisoner of zegna said...

100% Polyester.... yikes, i'd go for a well worn in turkish cotton

At 1:21 PM, Anonymous scout said...

ha, sheered beaver! interesting though...i have one of those modern day winter jackets, supposed to keep you warm to 800 degress below zero and all, yet my aunt's old muskrat coat works WAAAAY better. prob is it's heavy. and it doesn't fair well in west coast rain. hmmm, maybe i should sheer it.

At 3:14 PM, Blogger pam said...

I wouldn't shear it. It will be itchy as hell after.


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