Mel Gibson’s New Fragrance Spurs 46% Increase in Restraining Orders

September 10, 2010
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Just in time for the holiday season

LOS ANGELES–After being released for only two months by Two Rogers, Mel Gibson’s new fragrance, Provocative, has spurred a 46% increase of restraining orders pending across the nation. “It’s the darndest thing,” said Los Angeles County District Court judge Albert Hughley, “these gals will give themselves a spritz or two and then the fellas just can’t get enough. They will literally kick down doors to get their fix.”

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Two Rogers’ scientists were aware of the potency of Provocative after the baby seals used in the testing phase experienced periods of unsustainable contentment, followed by crushing fear and deep mistrust of their companion. However, Daniel Uelmen, a senior researcher onĀ Provocative, feels that these concerns are not unusual for such an intricately designed perfume.

“There was one or two instances in which the female seal showed up late to a dinner date, or forgot to express her gratitude to the male seal for his traditional, bread-winning duties that he does day in and day out for her, and the male seal may have overreacted a bit,” Mr. Uelmen said. “But love means never having to say you’re sorry. Not for that time she tripped down the stairs or for her 7:00 curfew that is for her own good.”

Despite the surge in domestic court filings, Two Rogers has sold over 300,000 units of Provocative and plans to release another consumer product in collaboration with Mr. Gibson this spring. Jewdar, an electrical device the size of a bluetooth earpiece, is an informational tool that Mr. Gibson believes will “revolutionize where I choose to conduct business.”

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  1. Kaylene Morgon on September 20, 2010 at 12:17 am

    My friend bought one of these, and was chased out of the Y. I certainly like to be the center of attention, I’m just a little unsure about the type of attention this perfume seems to attract.

  2. Rorro Lubsigo on October 26, 2010 at 12:12 am

    Mel, I support you all the way! I can’t wait until your ‘Mr. Gibson’s Restrictive Hosiery’ line comes out! Oh, and I’m from Turkey and just saw The Passion of the Christ, amazing!

  3. Erasmo Fantauzzo on November 1, 2010 at 9:19 am

    Mel, don’t let Charlie steal your thunder! This is a war Mel, one you must win. You made Braveheart for Christsakes, he made Hot Shots.

  4. Jacques Purtier on November 3, 2010 at 10:39 am

    Bon chance Two Rogers!

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