Now admit it, girls. We've all done it.
Clothes, shoes, socks, jewelry, perfume, nail-polish and pony-tails. We've all stolen them from our sisters, or been robbed ourselves.
Well, a few days ago, I walked into my sisters room. She was on her computer, with her back facing me. I walked up to the dresser, where she keeps a lot of her perfume and lotion and stuff.
Now I'm admitting to it, I steal quite often. What?! I mean, who else has the most awesome Bath and Body Works scents then your 18 year-old sister?
I saw this strange bottle. Frosted Vanilla. Oh yeah. It was a buttery, creamy color. So tempting. I tried to smell it, but there was no way to do it without spraying it.
So, I picked it up, and gave it a good squirt in the air. That's where I went wrong.
My sister whirled around with a disgusted look on her face and said, "Did you spray that?"
"That's vinegar and lemon juice!"
Yeah... so the room kinda smelled bad for a little while! She uses the strange mixture to do natural highlights in her hair... and she had just happened to put it in a leftover spray bottle... Sibling trap, if you ask me.
And the point of this blog post, you ask? Well, many a time have I rushed into my sister's room to steal some perfume, literally seconds before leaving the house. Can you imagine what would have happened if I used the "Frosted Vanilla Body Mist?"right before leaving for church? No, its too horrible to think about.
Please be careful when stealing from siblings. Results may be disastrous.