Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Lola vs. The Identify Theft

My entry in the urban dictionary:
  • Sex on legs
  • Tiger in the bedroom
  • Waiscoast is TEH SEX
  • Adorable
  • Possibly the rudest person you will EVER meet
  • Cute. END OF.
Michelle: "Did you meet up with Lola last night?"
Hannah: "Yeh, she was a tiger in the bedroom!" (Lola walks past...)
Michelle: "Aye up, sex on legs.."

The person with this name is the most amazing person you will ever meet. After you say hi to her, magic fairy dust will sprinkle on your head and then you'll be able to FLY! OMG! Who WOULDN'T want to fly? That girl is so cool. Her name must be Lola! *begins to fly*

I have met a few of you in real life. Have any of you flown shortly after having met me, while shouting OMG to yourself?

And now for something completely different...

Some dude named Marc Jacobs created a perfume after me. The description is as follows: "This warm floral bouquet conveys the free spirit of today's sexy, modern girl - she is playful, cool, and flirtatious. Blooming midnotes of rose, fuschia peony, and geranium make a feminine statement. Layers of vanilla, warm tonka bean, and creamy musk create a sensuous drydown".

This lead me to ponder some of life's greatest philosophical questions.

Should I be looking to sue on the grounds of identity theft because of that eerily accurate description? And does my creamy musk create a sensuous drydown? And if so is my sensuous drydown a danger to myself and others? Should I come with a warning label? Where should that label be on my person? Easily accessible? Or in a very naughty place?

These are questions that need answering! Since they have kept me up at night, I may just need your help in answering some of them.

13 comments:

The Vegetable Assassin said...

Since anything by Marc Jacobs is ridiculously expensive, it might be cheaper to fly you here and sniff YOU instead!

Hee.

mo.stoneskin said...

Should I be looking to sue on the grounds of identity theft because of that eerily accurate description?

Definitely.

And does my creamy musk create a sensuous drydown?

I suspect it might, but don't want to put my foot in my mouth, so let us say that it doesn't.

And if so is my sensuous drydown a danger to myself and others?

To others, no. To yourself, well I know plenty of people that would kill for a bit of juicy warm tonka bean so possibly.

Should I come with a warning label? Where should that label be on my person? Easily accessible? Or in a very naughty place?

I'll remain silent on that one.

Colleen said...

I can see being a little worried about the consequences of the drydown . . .

Lola Lakely said...

@The Vegetable Assassin- I don't trust anyone who has two first names anyway so I'm not sure he could possibly do my essence justice.

@mo.stoneskin- Wow, I am suitably impressed with your well thought out answers. You get the gold star in my book.

@Colleen- I know. I don't know what to do with myself.

*uncorked said...

Oh Lola...I don't think you have a case because there really are no words to describe you. While it does seem close to accurate, it lacks the appropriate enthusiasm for your mind, body and soul that you completely deserve.

linlah said...

If Lindsey Lohan can sue the E-trade baby commercial then I say go for it.

blunt delivery said...

Dear fragrant body of perfection of which nothing could ever compare,

i will sue those sumsofbitches so fast it will make you want to make out with me.

even more than you already do.

lovingly,

blunt

Madame DeFarge said...

I am merely in constant awe of you. A hint of your fragrance would send me into catatonic ineptitude.

Happy Hour...Somewhere said...

What the frac does sensuous drydown mean? Or does asking banish me to the perennially uncool (where my daughter says I reside permanently because I had no idea what a blumpkin was)?

I think all red heads should come with some type of warning label...because they would have so much fun placing it in strategic locations.

otherworldlyone said...

Drydown. Heh.

Put it on your forehead in invisible ink.

Matthew said...

Just sue and be damned. It's what all the cool kids are doing these days.

Vodka Logic said...

If LiLo can sue Etrade for naming one of the characters in the ad Lindsey I say you can sue Marc Jacobs.

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