Monday, January 12, 2009

Leave an Adjective, Take an Adjective

Lately, it seems as if many of the hosts are--amazingly enough--having a difficult time coming up with amazing adjectives to describe the amazing products they are presenting.

This crisis has gotten so bad, that many hosts are resorting to doubling up on the same amazing, amazing adjective.

But we can help!

Just like the "leave a penny, take a penny" bin at the gas station, we can put our collective adjectives together and help out. It takes an amazing village, y'all!

Here's my contribution. Feel free to take or leave whatever you want ... give until it hurts!

alluring, bewitching, charming, classy, cute, dazzling, delightful, divine, elegant, enticing, excellent, exquisite, fascinating, good-looking, gorgeous, graceful, grand, handsome, ideal, lovely, magnificent, marvelous, nice, pleasing, pretty, radiant, ravishing, refined, resplendent, shapely, splendid, statuesque, stunning, sublime, superb, wonderful


  1. Ack, you forgot "incredible" & my favorite all-time "enchanting" - which is often used to when referring to myself.... lol. You may be the queen but I'm enchanting! :~)

  2. I really, really, really, love, love, love your is super, super, super-fabulous...perhaps someone should forward it to Lisa Robertson...

  3. How about Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious? That would be hard for LaLisa to repeat over and over again.

  4. I have stopped watching QVC when Lisa Robertson is hosting.... all the amazing, amazing's make me amazingly sick to my stomach... yuck!

  5. I have heard alot of them saying "cost per wearing". I guess they are trying to say it is worth our money in this tough economy.

  6. The day a host says something is "cheap" as opposed to being "a good value", I'll automatically buy whatever it is they're selling! One is never EVER supposed to say something is cheap, just like in dealing with people, one is never supposed to say there is a "problem". Any other euphemism will do.

  7. Hey Karen!

    How about this: "I'm having a minor issue with a cost-effective product." --problems or cheap! :-)

  8. Lisa Robertson is the queen of "amazing, amazing, uber (which she doesn't even pronounce correctly since it is German), and again it's." If she would just let the vendor demo the product, but no, she has to be the "expert" and even talk over the guest. If she would ditch those "Gene Simmons (KISS) platforms, maybe she could think. You know the saying is: If you wore it the first time around, you're too old to do it the second time." Maybe someone should remind her of that saying. After all, she is almost 50.


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