Aug 8, 2013

"A Single Rose Can Be So Special"

What has Jason been reading, you ask?
(Oh, you didn't?
Too bad. I'm going to tell you anyway)

It's Jane Seymour's classic Guide to Romantic Living...which I found in a dusty corner of the library was wafted down by the cherubim into my hands

I've been taking romantic notes and doing my romantic homework. I'm going to be more romantic than you other motherfuckers if it kills me.

So why don't you join me in le Jardin de Max Factor:

I'll fetch you a crumpet.

Here is the cover, laminated for your protection.
Her first romantic paragraph.  

"Seductive Fantasy"   One of countless romantic photos of her.
"A Single Rose Can Be So Special"  
(apparently this picture was "so special" that someone stained the page.....circa 1988)

"Romantic Bath Time in Los Angeles."

"An Exotic Look"

                                                               My favorite passage

Now if you don't mind, I have a locket to finger while gazing moodily into the distance and smiling a tender tragic smile.


ayeM8y said...

I would enjoy a boost in the romance department from Solitaire, Dr. Wilderness woman, however I learned pretty much everything from Dianne Brill in her book, ”Boobs Boys and High heels.”

Especially the part about entering a room, stopping to make an entrance, so that everyone notices that you are there and then glancing from left to right so that all take notice of you.

Works every time.

Raina Cox said...

She has sashayed down the aisle four time, so she knows of what she speaks.

Ur-spo said...

I remember her, as the villain in "East of Eden" awesome role!

Ask the Cool Cookie said...

I just want to condition her frizzy hair from that commercial, but when she took off that peignoir, all I could see where thrusting BREASTS.

Kim Hambric said...

I tend to fall down a lot. I think I'll wear a purple gown from now on in case I trip and get laid out on the stairs. How romantic! Thanks Jane!

Salty Miss Jill said...

'Fingering my locket'. Ew.

Jon said...

"...just stare moodily into the distance and smile a tender, tragic smile."

That just about sums up Miss Seymour's acting talents.