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Feeling Sassy?

Posted in commercials, fashion, hey it's friday, seen on the interweb with tags , , , , , , on January 8, 2010 by thedith

I love Snuggies/Slankets, because I’m often bundled up beneath a blanket, trying to watch tv, read a book, or reach for the remote, and I need to be able to use my hands. But let’s face it, while great for lounging, you can’t really schlep around town in a blanket with sleeves.  That’s why I’m glad they invented the Necky. They help protect my neck and chest from the cold, without the annoying gaps of regular scarves! Perfect for taking a walk in the woods, bundling the kids up for school, and enjoying the big game! It even comes in Designer Leopard Print, for when you’re feeling sassy! Don’t believe me? Watch, below:

*Note: I’m not in any way getting paid to promote the Necky, I’m just a fan of this commercial. And designer leopard print.

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I Hate This Font So Hard

Posted in seen on the interweb, servicey with tags , , , , on October 25, 2009 by melsanie

Should You Use Comic Sans [Buzzfeed]

This is Happening: Kittens on a Roomba

Posted in seen on the interweb, you should like this, youtube with tags , , , , , on October 17, 2009 by melsanie

What I like about this video

  1. The people who decided to put the kittens on the roomba.
  2. It’s a last kitten standing/riding contest.
  3. Roombas amuse me.
  4. Um, small animals are adorable.  Obviously.

I’m Sorry, Keep Doing What?

Posted in New York City, seen on the interweb, youtube with tags , , , , , on September 17, 2009 by melsanie

I’m not even sure how “keep f–king that chicken” even made sense in the context, but I’m pretty sure that his friends bet him that he wouldn’t say it on air.  And then he did.  Pay up suckas. This whole thing reminds me of that episode of How I Met Your Mother where Barney bet Robin that she wouldn’t say “nipple” or “I’m a dirty, dirty girl.”  So, this Fox news anchor did the same thing…but worse/better.  Only on Fox guys, only on Fox.

Only in New York [Andrew Sullivan]