Two leggy blondes walk up to a perfume counter in a large department store.
The first blonde picks up a sample bottle of perfume, sprays it on her wrist, smells it, and says, “That’s nice, don’t you think, Tracy?”
Tracy takes a sniff of her friend’s wrist, and says, “Yeah, that’s nice. What’s it called, Sharon?”
Sharon says, “It’s called Viens a moi.”
Tracy says, “Viens a moi? What does that mean?”
The woman on the perfume counter, overhearing them, says, “Viens a moi, ladies, is French for ‘Come to me.'”
Sharon takes another sniff of the perfume bottle, and says, “That doesn’t smell like come to me. Does it smell like come to you?”
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