Were so damn hot.
Brown. Wedge heel. Patent.
And you know the soles didn't look like they've touched a ground, yet.
Her shoes were hot, but Leonardo was hotter.
Oh. Yum. Yum. Yu-um.
That boy definetely falls into the category looking hotter as they get older. You know. Or he's stayed the same and just continues to remain hot.
So our department was made aware of the movie Blood Diamond and how it may or may not affect sales. I think they are a bit paranoid because a movie has yet to really affect my buying decisions with anything.
But our Big Wigs think the American public are going to be educated by the movie and believe that all diamonds are blood diamonds. In turn we'll all grow consciences and never buy a diamond again in hopes of saving lives in Africa.
I'm sorry I just don't think movies have that much pull.
Influence diamond buyers? Nope.
If you're buying a diamond, you're gonna buy a diamond.
Until the day that some woman decides that diamonds are no longer gorgeous things that she'd love to wear - there will always be men buying diamonds.
And can I ask? What happened to Oprah's Favorite Things? Isn't that screaming match already aired already by this time of the year?
Where is it?
Where are the giveaways? Where is the hawking of overly expensive gifts that she can only afford and suggests we buy, but then give away to the audiences for free?
As much as I despise that episode, I miss it.
Just for the entertainment that the women audience always get so damn excited that they are taking all the gifts home with them. Come, on. We all know this, there is no need to scream each time an elf brings you the wrapped freebie.