New Degree Motion Sense Deodorant Fragrances for Spring 2014
Hi, I’m the Muse and I’m slightly addicted to deodorant? No, that’s not a real thing! I swear! But I saw these new Degree Motion Sense Deodorant Fragrances for Spring 2014 at the drugstore and suddenly I was struggling my way to the cash register with my arms loaded up and some of the deodorants slipping out of my grasp because I was carrying so many.
I had this horrifying vision of myself dropping them on the floor and Norman Reedus would happen to be at the same drugstore stocking up on Zombie plague supplies, like beef jerky and Miller Light, and he’d lean down and help me pick up my haulage from the floor, staring into my eyes, and kinda smirking. He’d proceed to say, “Stocking up for the apocalypse too eh?” and I’d blush and stammer some lame-o reply.
Later we’d meet in the parking lot and he’d share his beef jerky…wait…that sounds all kinds of wrong.
The part about Norman was pure fantasy but the part about me struggling to the register with my arms loaded up with about fifty bars of Degree Motion Sense Deodorant totes mcgotes happened.
Chalk it up as I couldn’t decide which fragrance I wanted or that they all smelled good or the fact they were on a BOGO sale but all these new Degree Motion Sense Deodorants had to come home with me.
Some of the new fragrances include Berry Cool (mmm smells like tropical strawberries), Peach Burst, Daisy Fresh, and Tropical Rush. The formula is the new improved 48 hour fresh pit protection aka you can seal yourself into the back of a trunk with Norman for 48 straight hours while a herd passes by on a dark and stormy night and you are STILL SO FRESH smelling. Thank you Degree!
Either way I’m now the proud owner of four large Degree Motion Sense Deodorants.
I’d say I’m zombie apocalypse ready.
In all seriousness these smell so good.
Available now at drugstores.
P.S. In reality, I imagine Norman Reedus would technically look at all the deodorants, raise a brow, and say, “Damn girl you got a problem!?”
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