Saturday, January 21, 2012

A few weeks left till Valentine Day..

We're slowling nearing The day, lover's day...
Difficult to ignore it…

1/  Close your eyes, imagine you have a boyfriend/husband, prince charming or not (By the way, let me just tell you Prince Charming does not exist) ... Skip this step if you do have someone... And if not, imagine...

2 / You have some feelings for this person, a little something, which, from far, could seem to be looooooove …(otherwise, just imagine…)




3 / You keep hearing and seeing that on February 14th, it's lovers day, Valentine day (Everywhere, shop windows get dressed up in big red hearts, restaurants feature Valentine menus, flower shops are getting ready for their biggest sales day... ) and... what??? He forgets you, yes, he just forgets... No red roses, not even one, no sweet note, nothing, NADA.





4 / You're livid... normal! It's not your fault, it"s because of the consumer society we live in... You are above this, but your (collective) subconscious is playing games on you, you did not know it but you are programmed for Valentine day...

So.... In order to avoid being cross with your subconscious and suffer on that day.. get a Malam piece offered to you ....;)

(Quite quickly: A man's subconscious is quite soft, a bit like marshmallow, which allow some of the men you know to watch a football match and talk with their TV, and allow others to bear with us during winter sales or during a pregnancy... So all you have to do is choose the Malam piece you want... Talk to him, unassumingly, about this amazing designer that you love ( ;-) ) , define in a few words the piece you prefer, repeat that often, don't forget your clothing size too, repeat that even more often... Or just ask a good friend to do this for you and pray...)

Or leave this webpage open on your computer, he will also be able to choose his own present at the same time... This is not the most discreet way, but maybe the most efficient.
(If this is not efficient, it might be a hopeless case... you may have to rething the necessity of a common future with him...)








And, erm, happy Valentine!…
(Exchange of presents is always possible, if the choice was not the best one ;))

2 comments:

Sarah Elizabeth Foley said...

Love it... so much fun to read! Beautiful items to choose from too! I will have to follow your wonderful advise. ;) ♥

Marie said...

Thank you Sarah :-)