Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Best & Worst Holidays Gifts

The Challenge, of course, is to figure out whether each gift idea is a "best" or a "worst"


Found at Blair:

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BendOver® Skirt
Flatters every figure. Flat waistband has hidden elastic. Back shaping darts, walking slit. Petites 27” L; Average & Women’s 28” L. Wrinkle-resistant superstretch woven polyester stretches up to 22% in both directions. Machine wash/dry. Made in USA or imported.

Paging Mr. Dover... Mr. Ben Dover... Since the skirt appears pretty normal, I have to guess this is either evidence that Bart Simpson is working at Blair or it's just a marketing ploy/blunder.



Found at Elseware:

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Squish - flexible rubber sink
The Squish rubber sink is made from a silicone rubber allowing the sides to be flexible. They can be 'rolled' up or down to change the depth of the basin. This sink not only brings more fun and interactivity into the bathroom but it provides for a safer environment for kids and adults alike by not having any hard edges or corners. It is easily cleaned as silicone is virtually inert and very little sticks to it.

Squish in Mid-Squish Posted by Hello

Squish in Full-Squish Posted by Hello

Is it just me, or can you also see the image of a full sink brimming with ice cold water being inverted with glee by a toddler. Over and over. Yep, I am loving that fun & interactivity!



Found at Archie McPhee:

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Dashboard Jesus

(sing along now)
I don't care if it rains of freezes
'Long as I got my Plastic Jesus
Riding on the dashboard of my car

But I think he'll have to go
His magnet ruins my radio
And if we have a wreck he'll leave a scar


And finally, for the art lover/reader on your gift list:


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The Museum of Bad Art, Art Too Bad To Be Ignored by Tom Stankowicz and Marie Jackson, 103 pages, paperbound. This definitive work by Marie Jackson, MOBA's Director Of Aesthetic Interpretation, and Tom Stankowicz, MOBA's Director of Imaging and Reproduction, features a stunning selection of 40 works from MOBA's Permanent Collection as well as a history of the institution and its many programs.

6 Comments:

At December 16, 2004 at 7:06 PM, Blogger Robin said...

I'm still trying to process the squishy sink.....I can't come to any conclusions......why was this invented??????? It looks like an elementary school art project gone bad.

 
At October 5, 2005 at 9:08 AM, Blogger Den said...

Hi, I was just surfing around and found your page!
Very cool,I like finding all this interesting stuff.
If you are interested, go see my christmass gifts related site.
It isnt anything special but you might still find something of interest.

 
At October 6, 2005 at 9:28 AM, Blogger The Home Theater Wizard said...

Wow, I was just messing around and found your page!
Very nice.
If you are interested, go see my christmas gifts related site.
It isnt anything fancy but you might still find something of interest.

 
At October 8, 2005 at 8:09 PM, Blogger The Home Theater Wizard said...

Thanks for letting us post comments - very cool of you. I work online with my own home based business website. I

have a christmas gifts site. It pretty much covers

christmas gifts related stuff.
Check it out if you get the chance. Thanks again!

 
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