I actually think they get uglier each time I look at them.
These beautiful pictures speak to me, they say you are a honky white person stuck in the 1960’s. The embroidery is impressive, but what I really like are the random carpet extras that were incorporated into the headdress of the Indian chief. However, I also appreciate the cotton batting on both pictures. If I were to ever get a nosebleed, I would have plenty of batting to stuff my nose with.
Notice both tan and grey carpet. Perhaps leftover from carpeting the rumpus room walls.
Anyone need some cotton?
But, the truth is, my favorite part of the entire gift is the trash bag the pictures came in. I will certainly get more use out of it than I will this ugly pictures. My neighborhood is having a neighborhood wide yard sale this weekend, while I am too embarrassed to sell these, I will put them out for free. Maybe I will hook up a webcam and see what wackjob picks up these ugly pictures.
My favorite part of the gift.
Double your pleasure, double your fun with… two identical embroidered birds on your purse.
This was most likely designed by a young fashionista – and by young I mean eleven or younger – who had not yet read that memo women get about trying one trend at a time. This budding young designer opted for:
- ‘ethnic’ style emroidery
- and pom poms on the zipper pull
I have no idea how she didn’t figure out how to work in a few sequins. I suppose then that would limit your options for using this bag. Sequins just scream out evening, and clearly this is daytime clutch. I like to assume that if it was meant for evening she would of embroidered some owls on there.
But as it stands this pocketbook was embroidered with some sort of mythical bird. Which means this might be the perfect solution to carrying your things while wearing a pair of pocketless unicorn pants.
Oh wait, no that horn is on your pocket. Or would be, if these pants had pockets. Which they don’t because you wouldn’t want to break up the design and, you know, ruin the look.
If you run sideways it looks like the lower half of you is majestically striding along the sidewalk. Or that you’re every bit as high as you were when you thought, “Hey unicorn pants! Those go with everything!!”
Amazingly, these pants were only $32, so I came very close to purchasing them. But then I thought someone might see me buying these unicorn pants, which made me laugh out loud in the store so I had to leave in a hurry. But, if I change my mind I’m willing to bet that at least one of the three pairs of unicorn pants are still there.