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Tuesday, June 27, 2006

She Stoops to Five Dozen, to Conquer

Sandra Bulloch tried floral deception and, unfortunately, it worked.


Sandra Bullock, overwrought in earlier days

Photo: Sandra Bullock Photo Gallery

“I have no problem talking about a very shallow, needy time in my life,” says movie star Sandra Bullock.

And since the last brunette in film is willing to tell on herself, we can pass the word. Bullock admits to having sent herself five dozen long stemmed roses, with cards too, to get a man’s attention.

“I knew he was coming by to drop off some keys,” Bullock explained, so she had the bouquets on view. “He left and I got a call from him right away! That’s what depressed me - it worked!”

Bullock goes on to say “We ended up dating for a very long time,” so we’re thinking she’s referring to a local Austin Guitarzan, but who knows? A year ago she married somebody else, and had a Wyoming florist decorate with wildflowers. You’ve come a long way, Sandy.

We suspect that Bullock didn’t invent this trick of seduction. So now, Needy, I mean, Gentle Readers, please tell us about your floral lies. What do think of this come on? It strikes us wiser than most—maybe better if it doesn’t work. All those flowers are hors d’oeuvres for a hungry heart.

Posted by Julie on 06/27 at 11:00 AM
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