Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Canada owes us an apology

There’s a new Celine Dion perfume. They are calling it “Belong” and not “Eau de No-Talent, Horse-Faced, Has-Been Singer” as a farker suggested. Celine Dion is Canadian. She shot to fame even in small town India because of that horribly sugary Titanic song that could trigger a diabetes epidemic among middle-aged men across the world. Canada has not apologised for her songs or these recent scents.

“In Belong, Celine reveals a little bit more of the woman Coty has come to know behind the scenes,” Eric Thoreux, president, Coty Beauty Americas, said in a recent statement.

“The new fragrance reflects where Celine is right now in her life—enjoying her family when she is out of the spotlight. Dion was involved in every aspect of the development of “Belong”, which has a modern floral Oriental scent, including the design of the bottle, a pentagon shape that represents her lucky number five.

Should Canada apologise? If it decides to how about killing two birds with one stone? Include Bryan Adams too.

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