Tuesday, January 22, 2008

not-that-greatys


Claire says the "goody" bag described contained shampoo samples. To me, "goody" implies chocolate, but I'm willing to let that go because, um, "Lock's"??

11 comments:

TheJay said...

What is a "mini Head Massage?" For some reason I'm thinking they just poke you with one finger in the same spot a couple times.

Anonymous said...

I think "Goody" is what you're meant to say when you get the bag.

Karen said...

I think they only massage your head if it's tiny. I would be left out, because alas, I have a large head. Not goody.

Chad said...

Isn't "Goody" a brand of hair care products? This is probably a use of quotes to help the reader get the pun.

Jeff said...

"Lock's"?? Is that supposed to be some play on "locks" like locks of hair and "locks" as in it locks in the color? Even so, why the apostrophe?

Andi said...

What is a "mini Head Massage?" - thejay

oh. come on. please. I'm not the only person who is thinking it. My mind isn't that much in the gutter, is it?
Apparently this is a "massage parlor" with "Goody bags" and it is owned by Lock. At least the colour is.

Jeff said...

Oh andi... I totally wasn't thinking that, but you just made my day with it...

Wow!

TheJay said...

andi - I was thinking that too but I didn't want to violate Internet decorum. ;)

Aariq said...

Wow, a misused apostrophe and misused quotation marks in one word!

Anonymous said...

Exactly what "lock's" the color into hair? The mini head massage? The FREE take-home "goody" bag? (As opposed to the goody bag that cannot leave the store?)

Avyn said...

The quotes are to indicate that the typesetter noted the missed e and capitalization and first name in "'lock's""." It should read "John Locke's" "." Previously known as John"." And maybe Friday"."