Hollywood stinks. Not really, but maybe soon.
Big stars admit to not bathing their children unless they see mounds of dirt all over their bodies or until there is a “stink” factor. Yuck! Some actors admit to not showering often and then wonder why the only dates they can walk the red carpet with them are those with a deviated septum or a congenitally stuffed nose.
The sustainability of our precious resource – water – is vital. And it is essential that we all do our part in the Village.
My family members in particular should receive the NoBull Award for their contributions.
My granddaughter is sensitive to the issue. She’s a born wetter. She soaks dishes, pots, pans, sweaters, her poodle who was a Great Dane – for days, claiming it sweetens everything, increasing the ease of water drainage and thus saving water. energy. Science is not its strongest subject.
Grandson, the adolescent, is also a conscientious citizen of integrity. He only cleans his room after receiving a summons from the health service.
How can we not be proud of these young people to be future conscientious leaders, not out of laziness but out of love for their land.
When it comes to energy conservation, I haven’t had much in the past 18 months because my fiance, Rege the Duke of Bridgeton, takes so much. So to save electricity, we order take-out meals from 19 Restaurant, Jolanda, Two Guys from Italy, Mexico or Asia. Every now and then we ask the butler to pick up some edibles before heading to our mansion to serve us.
About the issue of water and its preservation as requested by VMS, I have some suggestions.
Fill up on perfume and mouth spray or… keep wearing masks for eternity. Better yet, hang out with people with deviated septa or stuffy noses.
Drink Scotch – not water. In fact, drink straight from the bottle. No glass to wash with water.
Wear the same clothes all week until they get up and walk to the washing machine on their own.
Shower with a friend. You do not have any ? Go to Craig’s List and ask Craig. He could bring his own loofah.
Tell him Jan sent you.
Comedian Jan Marshall, a villager, is the author of satirical survival books, including “Dancin ‘Schmancin’ with the Scars”. Find humor no matter what! Jan has also written ambitious children’s books, “The Littlest Hero” and “The Toothbrush Who Tryed to Run Away”. Contact her at [email protected]