Victor Hugo

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Victor Hugo testing his underarm deodorant Pour Homme Freddy Mercury (Perfume for Freddy Mercury).

Victor-Marie Hugo (26 February 1802 – 22 May 1885) was a French inventor of the prestige fragrances under the name Hugo, Hugo Toss, Hugo Deep Blue and other sloppy perfumes. He once got so angry he threw a baseball through a dog. Hugo also had a sideline in writing poetry and books in over wordy French which no one reads today unless they want to pen a musical.

Early Life[edit]

Hugo was born in Besançon, Eastern France. His father Joseph Léopold Hugo was a general in Napoleon I's army whilst his mother Sophie Trébuchet held important family patents in the catapult industry. At the time Hugo wanted to be a Romantic writer and produce 'bodice rippers' in the style of the English authors John Mills and Daniel Boon. His father said 'no son of mine is going write trash' and insisted Hugo become a perfumer as that was more manly (in the French tradition).

Crushed by his father's insistence on learning the trade of perfume production, Hugo was apprenticed to Coco Chanel, a rich socialite in Paris with important connections. Chanel saw that Hugo had talent but insisted he stopped wearing her little black dresses whilst working in the laboratory. Hugo protested that this cross dressing gave him an insight about how women liked to wear perfume but Chanel was insistent. He was later fired when Chanel discovered that most of her wardrobe had ended up in Hugo's private collection.

Working at Youbeliever[edit]

Hugo got a job at the packing station where Kelvin Balm and Victorino perfumes were manufactured. When he tried a Kelvin Balm Pour Hommo, he puked and got fired. He then blamed the company because it sucked.

Revealing Youbeliever's Dirty Secrets[edit]

Hugo in typical pose advertising his Smellyvision.

He revealed on national "smellyvision" the scent of Kelvin Balm and Victorino perfumes and hospitals recorded that about 68 gazillion people were confined because of paranoia, just like losing you cellular phones in the Philippines. Victor then launched an advertising campaign against the company, setting a world record, having the most type of advertisement in one night: 450--ranging from Barf detergent powder having asbestos to Homo detergents releasing chloroform to Bahceline petroleum jellies burns people's assholes to Nore soups expiring in three seconds.

Work at Doctor and Gabble[edit]

Then, Victor was acquired by Doctor and Gabble, the smallest personal care company who recently acquired Jill-Lette, makers of Anal-B assbrushes, Weakener (w/c is supposed to be Undurablecell) batteries, Sun n' Dried deodorants and Jill-Lette razors and suiciding blades, and Tella', makers of pubic hair colorants. He then collaborated with executives on how to make it's rival bankrupt. He said that he made the company restructured by contacting the al-Qaeda to bomb the headquarters of Youbeliever in Aluminum, Neitherleeds and at Dondon, Fragmented Queendom. D&G's (not to be confused with Dulce and Ganunda or Drinking and Giggling boutiques) sales increased to 85.5 trijillion bureaus (#) because of his campaign against the bastard company.

Success at the Company[edit]

Victor then launched a line of fragrances under the name Hugo. During its first minute of launching, about 85.8 quadjillion bureaus (#) worth of them were sold. D&G's (not to be confused with Dulce and Ganunda or Drinking and Giggling boutiques) sales increased to 189.4 pentajillion bureaus (#) because of its launch. It became the world's largest-selling perfume that time, until his best friend Jennifer Lowcostuh launched Lowcostuh line of perfumes.

Still alive?[edit]

To the end Hugo was still thinking deeply about French fragrances and the glory of France.

Some people claim that Hugo never actually died and that he has taken up working as a statue in the church of Notre Dame and in his spare time (while he's not on statue duty), he invents perfumes.

He can also be seen at the steps of the church asking for people to "feed the birds" according to one George Banks he was offered the part as the old bird woman in the movie Mary Poppins, and he took it straight away.

but when Mary Poppins came out for the cinema people where confused for one person said they though that Victor was playing the role of one of the Nannys who gets blown away near the start.

This person in question stood up in his seat and said "look Victor Hugo's a woman!" this lead to a press scandle of weather or not the famous perfume seller had actually ever died.

Beyond the grave[edit]

It has been theorised that victor Hugo lives on in some other form. It is not-too-widely believed that Victor may still be with us, perhaps as some kind of yak or cow. this cannot really be verified however.

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"My life as a statue" "Hugo boss? I made Hugo Boss!!!" "Less miserable and more flying elephants" (his most famous book). "Me and Mary" (only George Banks has ever steped forward to say that Hugo wrote this book and Banks is now six feet underground (his body was found when a man named "Rotciv Oguh" found him the body in a perfume shop so we can not ask banks if Hugo ever wrote that novel so we just presume he did).


"stars!" "perfume you look so breight" "people say that I'm bent I say damm right I am!" "the perfume of notre dame" "Hugo Boss (dam right I will)"

oh look here he comes![edit]

Hello I'm Victor Hugo and everything that has been written on this wonderful page about me is true except you left out the fact that I worked at burger king for a short time and that I was a clown named Bilbo Baggans who went around to houses and beat up children and took their candy (I love been a bitch).

Hugo Awards[edit]

The well-known science fiction Hugo Awards are of course named after Victor Hugo, a fact known to but a few. The imposter Gernsback wasn't even named Hugo, as stupifyingly simple research reveals.