Wednesday, May 13, 2009

It's a living















My daughter, Emilie, models fragrance and shows people how not to smell so bad. When you consider the world at large, it's a service to us all if she succeeds. 

I have tried to coach her in her approach to complete strangers: 

(1) I smelled you walk through the door into the store. You need to buy this perfume.

(2) I know that you don't think you can mask that disgusting odor, but why don't you try this product.

She claims not to have used any of my rather innovative sales tactics but since she seems to have done well, I have my suspicions that she's using them to great effect. (haha)

8 comments:

darlin said...

Way to go coach! As I sit here and laugh!!

Your daughter is stunningly beautiful, I am sure that her beauty attracts plenty of people and I do send out my thank you to her for helping others to not smell so putrid. The world is a much better place when we all smell good!

Devin and Kelly said...

lol emilie is silly, weird that she is about to be 18! ahhhhh scary!

WoFat said...

About to be 18? Seems only yesterday she was 23.

Good looking kid, like to work, thinks riding around in the dessert is a kick. You got a keeper.

Opus #6 said...

A girl to be proud of.

LL said...

Emilie is nutz.

Yeah, she gets her looks from me as do all the girls.

;^)

WoFat said...

I forgot to mention: She's very polite on the telephone. A rarity, but not amongst the Lambert clan.

LL said...

I tried to militarize my children but failed miserably as they are all independent thinkers who are inclined not to salute smartly, say, "aye aye, sir" and carry out tasks promptly as directed. Instead they want all the underlying reasons.

Azra said...

lol...beautiful daughter! Sounds like she's getting more contemporary *ahem* advice from her father :D

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