|100 ml bottle of Fame Eau de Parfum is approx £55.00|
Or to surmise in my normal language:
What a complete utter con.
God, this politically correct style of writing wears me down. Who invented it? Some idiot at The Guardian who had a career in the civil service first?
And I suspect most women of my age feel exactly the same. (For example the ladies of my book club are more likely to be influenced by Nana Mouskouri... or Emily Pankhurst or very possibly by...Richard Armitage.)
Now if I am correct then maybe we could deduce that the majority of purchasers of Fame are young women. Thus, I have to ask the question: how do they all afford £55.00 for a luxury purchase?
Or maybe they just all had their birthday in the same week?
Or maybe they' d all been saving up their allowances and students grants for a whole year so they could rush out and by Fame.
I don't know, Readers. I'm perplexed by the enormity of celebrity marketing power and very possibly the gullibility of the masses. However, one thing I know is that if do become an international star I am going to market that boiled cabbage water I'm so good at producing and market it as Fume.
You'll all buy it won't you?