Mandi

Jul 7th, 2008, in Celebrities, by

MandiThe importance of mandi, celebrity women theorise on the meaning of bathing, with Lux soap.

As part of a promotional campaign by soap manufacturer Lux three fabulously famous actresses, Tamara Bleszynski, Dian Sastrowardoyo, and Luna Maya, gave their opinions on the "theory of mandi" recently.

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Mandi theory session.

Luna Maya got the ball rolling by saying washing was how she started a dialogue with herself, so she knew how her body was feeling after a long day of it being neglected.

Then Tamara Bleszynski chimed in dutifully saying mandi was a ritual that could transform her mood, and washing was the one time of the day that was entirely for

me, myself, and I

Finally, Dian Sastro said she agreed with Tamara on the mood issue, but added that after a woman had washed she should perform a check on herself to make sure that she felt comfortable and happy. After that, once out in the world, the main thing was to avoid worrying and instead to laugh a lot.


A Lux short movie, starring Dian Sastro, "Bukan Kesempatan yang Terlewat".

All three ladies agreed that no matter how much mandi was done it was all useless unless women "had brains". Luna Maya said girls with little life experience who couldn't engage in conversation never appeared beautiful, no matter what their "outer look" was like, and presumably whether they had washed that day, with Lux. gatra


5 Comments on “Mandi”

  1. avatar tomaculum says:

    During “mandi” you can “enjoy” yourself. 🙂

    Btw: what is the conclusion of those for the world so important statements? Buy Lux!!!

    All three ladies agreed that no matter how much mandi was done it was all useless unless women “had brains”. Luna Maya said girls with little life experience who couldn’t engage in conversation never appeared beautiful, no matter what their “outer look” was like, and presumably whether they had washed that day, with Lux.
    I think the three “Mandi philosopers” don’t know us men enough.
    First we look at the face and then at the breasts (often conversely too), then at the lipps, sometimes we look deep in their eyes and so on and so on, and last but least we try to find out about their intelligence. 🙂
    And sometimes unwashed women smell very sexy! 🙂

  2. avatar Lairedion says:

    One of the better posts lately, Patung!

    Tomaculum said:

    First we look at the face and then at the breasts (often conversely too), then at the lipps, sometimes we look deep in their eyes and so on and so on, and last but least we try to find out about their intelligence.

    Great observation but personally I find some round butts more important than breasts and intelligence is not of any importance. Strong knees are!

    And sometimes unwashed women smell very sexy! 🙂

    OMG, that’s oh so true!

  3. avatar kinch says:

    now if someone could just introduce the english and french to this whole soap concept…

  4. avatar fortineri says:

    Duck that! Napoleon told Josephine not to mandi whenever he heads home. Mandi is such an overrated justification. There should be a Lux Pheromones, for sponge bathers.

  5. avatar dewaratugedeanom says:

    These girls forgot to mention the joys of main sabun.
    Fiat lux.

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