YOU GUYS. Not a week goes by without someone saying that they think I look like comedienne Ali Wong. I guess it’s the glasses? I dunno, I don’t really see it…
It happened again yesterday at lunch, and by “lunch” I’m referring to the cookies I had at the bakery after story time. (We also had a chicken salad sandwich on whole wheat bread, so there was some actual nutrition involved.)
The nice lady behind the counter who always helps us said, “You look EXACTLY like Ali Wong.”
“Really?” I asked.
“It’s the smile,” she said, “it’s the glasses, it’s everything. I could’ve sworn you were her. I was wondering what she was doing in Novato.”
The next time this happens, I’ve decided that I’m just gonna pretend I’m Ali Wong, maybe even sign an autograph, haha! But if I’m wearing Charlotte Tilbury Lipstick in Sunset Lover at the time, I’ll be screwed, though, because Ali-Karen will probably be inundated with questions about what she’s wearing on her lips, because that’s what goes down whenever I wear this matte peachy pink.
(It’s a new color, by the way, and just launched.)
Don’t even think about wearing this when you’re feeling anti-social, because every person you run into will ask about it.
OK, now, can we talk about cookies for a sec?
What are your thoughts on oatmeal cookies? Love them? Loathe them? It seems like oatmeal cookies are the candy corn of the cookie world, and most people are in one or the other camp.
I like them because despite there being other, healthier ways to eat oatmeal, I feel like I’m still getting some health benefits from eating them. 🙂 Yeah right, Karen… Don’t stop believing. Hold on to that feeling!
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,