By the Numbers

By Voxy  

Math is fun power by dtweney.2 = Number of new stories about things you can do to pretty up your unmentionable areas that I have abstained from bringing you this week

1 = Position of in the list of my most frequently visited websites

65 = Average number of dollars that the wildly popular and totally sold-out MAC Ripe Peach Blush Ombre (originally $25) is going for on eBay

75 = Highest completed sale price for Ripe Peach Blush Ombre on eBay as of the writing of this post, in dollars

0.5 = Number of days that the MAC Spring Color Forecast collection had been available in-store when I picked up my Ripe Peach Blush Ombre

10 = Number of Ripe Peach Blush Ombres I ought to have purchased

9 = Number of lip products I just pulled out of my purse

500 = Number of ibuprofen pills in the container that spontaneously opened in my purse, causing me to need to clean it out in the first place

375 = Approximate number of ibuprofen pills recovered

0 = Number of Lancome Rouge Magnificence lipglosses recovered

4 = Number of times I have searched under the front seats of my car for my Lancome Rouge Magnificence lipgloss

100 = Percent certainty that my Lancome Rouge Magnificence lipgloss is under the front seat of my car, dangnabbit.

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  1. Posted March 8, 2010 at 10:07 am | Permalink | Reply

    Ha! What did you do with the rest of the ibuprofen?


    • avatar Voxy
      Posted March 8, 2010 at 10:38 am | Permalink | Reply

      I totally don’t know where they are! I have a habit of sticking my purse on the passenger seat in a way that isn’t really stable, so it falls over often and stuff spills out. They’re probably on the floor of my car, along with the danged Lancome lipgloss. If I get pulled over by the police they’re going think I’m running some sort of illegal pharmacy scam or something. ;)


  2. avatar Inthelab
    Posted February 26, 2010 at 12:16 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Finding your Lancome Rouge Magnificence lipgloss while it is still usable: priceless (sorry, could not resist).


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