Annapolis: An After-shave lotion

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Thursday, 13 December 2007


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Ms. Lavista

A leading company from Maryland, that produces creams, lotions and other chemicals to refresh faces after heavy shave with B-52 laser jets, announced here in Washington today in a product promotion ceremony, that the company has introduced a new lotion for after-shave purposes.

The company's Managing Director Ms. Lush-de-Lavista showed her company's new product in a ceremony gathering those who never shaved from the childhood. Ms. Rice was the Chief Guest.

Ms. Lavista called the product "Annapolis".

She said that the company has invented this new lotion keeping the Arab's problems in mind.

"Yes! We know that how 200 lashes hurt, that's why we have invented this lotion," she said.

"Please say yes! After 200 lashes" she urged.

"We have received thousands of e-mails from the Crocodiles of the south and from the Kiwis of the north, appreciating this new product".

"We thank to all of our valuable customers," she said.
"One e-mail was the most important one, and this was from Mr. Bush," she disclosed.

"Commenting to the product, Mr. Bush said 'your cause is noble," she informed.

While a guest present in the ceremony Mr. Byrd said, "Mr. Bush's cause is troubling".

Mr. Olmert, present in the ceremony, said, "Although I usually use the tears of Palestinians as an after-shave lotion but from now on I will try to use this new product, called Annapolis".

Ms. Rice also showed her intention to use this new product but stopped short to disclose "how and where". She said, "White House will issue a brief note on this later".

The ceremony ended after refreshment of the guests present there. Before refreshment, Ms. Lavista thanked all the gusts.

Duck-News-Agency, Nov. 27, 2007.

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