I like to visit charity stores in other towns, you can pick up some great items, like this ornament.
(I didn’t buy it but I kind of wish I had, Mr Pigalina is delighted that I didn’t).
It appears to serve no other function than to be ornamental. Who designs, approves and makes these things?!
If you happen to be in the Rotorua area and want to secure this item it will most likely still be there. Head to the Salvation Army store armed with $2.
How was I supposed to reach over there?
I saw these two gems of clocks today at a shop in Dunedin. Anyone would surely be proud for them to grace their lounge wall.
My favourite is the one on the left, it poses so many questions.
Why is there a foot wearing underpants and a bowtie?
Who decided to draw this and propose it as a clock idea?
Who agreed to print it as a clock?
Who ever thought that, yes, this will sell lots, let’s manufacture many of these clocks?
Why did the shop owner buy ANY of them to on-sell?
I went past Hallensteins today and they had these pants outside like they were supposed to lure fashionable young men inside. I’m sorry, I may be 30 so completely out of the fashion loop, but how are denim trackpants cool? Elderly men would reject them for being too ugly. They have a drawstring. They have elasticated bottoms!!
Thought I had gone through a wormhole back to 1996 upon entering Wild Pair today.