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For twelve dollars, I got a fresh zucchini and cucumbers, teriyaki chicken ‘n’ rice (for lunch), a used copy of Frank Miller’s “Sin City”, and a bouquet of lavender so pungent that passing strangers would break off in mid-sentence to sniff the air.

    TAGS:  cucumbers, vegetables, lavender, zucchini, farmers market

lavender god :: boot

Nothing makes a god grumpier than having his fresh lavender scent tainted by whuffy doggy wetness.

    TAGS:  gods, lavender, wetness, whuffy

A Miracle! :: Jo

Overweight, commitment-phobic George found himself somehow the object of all the ladies’ attention after his simple trip through the park, where inexplicably bees swarmed around him and the scent of lavender permeated his hair.

    TAGS:  inexplicable, lavender, overweight

The smell of lavender in summer was so pungent, and gave human beings such a euphoric feeling of light-hearted optimism, a Senate hearing was immediately convened to make lavender a controlled substance.

    TAGS:  bureaucracy, government, lavender, lilac


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