A man walks into a flower shop

A man so beautiful he should be in films.

Florist blushes

Man buys flowers and departs with a flirtatious smile and the words

"I'll be back" (without doing the Arnie impression - bonus points)

Florist smiles, turns and catches sight of herself in the mirror with Moroccan chicken soup all down her chin.


Bow Street Flowers said...

I just love it when I descovered I've worn my breakfast into the Flower Market!!

Kay said...

reminds me of the time when i got home after a day in the shop to realise i'd worn my dress back-to-front all day...x

Becca said...

Its worse when you get from sitting in Court and realise you have croissant crumbs across your chest.

Small breasted women have it TOO EASY.

Sorry I've not been around. I've been concentrating on other things - like booking more holidays (none), getting a new job (none) and buying new lamps (one)

Also re yesterday - most of my favourite pictures of the flowers on our big day with people in are of my arse. Lucky blog readers

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