My favorite body wash and shampoos are those that are the cheapest. Yes, I’ll admit, I’m cheap when it comes to shampoos and such. I don’t need expensive name brands when the cheap stuff works just as well. This week when I ran out of body wash, I asked Lea to pick some up for me when she went to the store. Instead of coming home with a generic, she bought Dial’s Magnetic body wash, not because she had a coupon for it or because it was cheap, but because she said it smelled good.
When I went to put my new body wash in the shower, I began to read the bottle. Here are some of the claims this body wash made that I don’t think Lea noticed …
- “Pheromone infused.”
- “Attracts women.”
- “Attraction enhancing.”
And then on the back it says, “After using, stand back and watch the magic happen.”
All this from a BODYWASH. Sheesh, this stuff needs a NC-17 age rating to keep teenage boys from getting their hands on it. Folks, I’m all for a little magic, but I’m just a little concerned about using this body wash. I’m a little worried about, “Is it safe to use this stuff and then go out in public?” I’m telling you, I sure don’t mind flaunting this pheromone infused body wash around the house for Lea, but I’m a little concerned about public reaction. I’m not sure how some 80 year old women will respond to this “attraction enhanced” stuff. I’m sure you see my dilemma? And all from a body wash. Things were so much simpler back in the days of a using a bar of green soap. I don’t need this kind of stress.
After much thought and deliberation, I’ve decided to go for it. Yip, I’m using it. If Lea likes it … it’ll be TOTALLY worth it. I just hope she can control herself while people are around.