Shakespeare: any good? What do you reckon? I myself think he’s a little bit tiresome. I once tried to read ‘The Tempest’ to impress a girl called Nicola Carter I just couldn’t get into it, and, consequently her. I mean, can you listen to all of this without your mind wandering?
you’ve got to give him credit though. When was he born? 1800s? And there he is up there talking about Zoflora Rose, #top14’s number 11
I reckon William Blake had it better:
O Rose thou art sick.
The invisible worm,
That flies in the night
In the howling storm:
Has found out thy bed
Of crimson joy:
And his dark secret love
Does thy life destroy.
You can’t tell me that is harder to read than Shakespear up there can you. And Blake is ahead of his time, too. Rose is sick, it’s fucking great.
If we were being slightly critical, when we test ourselves by blindfolding ourselves and having our children lay bowls of zoflora out to sniff test, we always get this mixed up with the other one, summer bouquet. They are very similar indeed. A cynical reviewer might suggest they are essentialy identical.
An interesting fact about Rose is that it is definitely one of the hardest scents to find in Manchester. I wonder if Zoflora know that certain areas prefer certain scents. For downstairs, you can’t beat Rose. Sorry, that sounds sexual.
Join us tomorrow as we crash into the top 10