Let’s Talk Dirty

by Lesley Hayes, S/Y Sea Symphony, St Vincent | July 29, 2016
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The first time someone asked me to talk dirty to them, I was a bit shocked.  Not that I was, or am, a prude, I just wasn’t prepared for it. I was kind of enjoying myself at the time and all of a sudden I felt under pressure to perform. Now, I’ve done a bit of acting in the past, so if I’m going to perform I like a script, some rehearsal time and a bit of Dutch courage. Yet there I was, young and naïve, trying desperately to impress this young man (how things have changed) and probably looking like a rabbit startled by a car’s headlights. This was supposed to be a passion enhancing moment, but I knew, that once I opened my mouth, his ardour would droop. You see, I’ve got one of those senses of humour that always get me into trouble. Instead of telling him exactly what I wanted him to do, how I wanted him to do it, and how hard, I said, “you’ve got a bit of my mascara on your cheek, it looks a bit grubby.” “What?” “Oh, not dirty enough for you? Ok, mud, compost!”

I thought he would see the funny side, I did, but he just upped and went into the bathroom to wipe off the mascara streak. Except there wasn’t one!  It was just a badly timed and delivered joke. I hope I have grown up since those days and that I am able to handle an erotic experience with sophistication and ease, however, there is something about those words, “talk dirty to me,” that still tempt me to talk about digging the garden.p387582-av-02-Lhero

Anyway the reason I’m telling you this is not because I think you are in the least bit interested in what I get up to in the bedroom, but it is a preamble to talk about Anthony’s Glycolic Facial Cleanser, alternatively known as “Let’s Talk Dirty.” You see, there was a point to my ramblings.  When I first saw this cleanser, the name appealed to my dirty mind. Anthony’s products in general are well thought out and made. He (there is a real Anthony, Anthony Sosnick) puts a heavy emphasis on natural ingredients and came up with his range after being frustrated with the products he was using.
“Let’s Talk Dirty” contains Glycolic acid which is derived from sugarcane and is naturally exfoliating.  It lifts excess oil and with Camomile, Calendula, and Aloe Vera to soothe and calm the skin, it is the perfect cleanser for everyday use.  Problem skin reacts well to talking dirty and it also helps to lift facial hair to give a closer shave.

Glycolic-Facial-Cleanser-8oz-copyThere was another incident that springs to mind.  A relationship was going through its death throes, but we were still going through the motions, so to speak. He was probably trying to spice things up when he uttered, “Tell me what you want me to do.” I don’t think he expected me to say, “Unblock the sink and put the rubbish outside?” But now if you want me to talk dirty I can tell you about gentlemen’s grooming products!  In fact,
it is a pity that Anthony’s Glycolic Facial Cleanser, AKA “Let’s Talk Dirty” wasn’t around when I was in my early 20’s; my deflated lover could have used it to clean off the non-existent mascara smudge!

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