Hey, this jewelry isn't just plain old gorgeous, it's "Georgeous" - are they making some terrible terrible pun? Is it such attractive jewelry that even guys named George feel pretty when wearing it? Some veiled reference to the Go Fug Yourself girls' Intern George??I'm so confused!
Yeah, but is it Juan-derful?
Anonymous @ 2:18, I heart you.
Husband always says that if someone has to make a point of telling you how great they are, they are almost assuredly NOT.
just how i like my women. no wait, I'M a girl.and i'm not sure what the GFY girls have to do with this, but i heart them.
Maybe it's a bizarre Presidents' Day promotion:"Buy our jewelry! George Washington would! It's Georgeous!"
now I want to open a jewelry shop just so I can put signs in the windows saying everything's "georgeous" and "juanderful" (with unnecessary quotation marks, natch). I think I'd call it "Juliary"
I never knew there were so many damn ways to make a name into an adjective!
^They are numerous and hysterical. I only wish I was that clever.
When people use quote marks in this way, I always think of them as quoting a customer, like 'hey, look what someone said about us!' :)
Maybe it's jewelry George of the Jungle would appreciate... elephant tusk necklaces and the like.
Dunno, but it's Meg-nificent.
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