I could have sworn I worded that right. It has a hoody. You can pull the hoodie tight around it’s face. But if you wish to join it in a cocoon of hiding from the universe… I think you can even get matching hoodies!
You make me think of a song – “Little Nash Rambler” by The Playmates.
“…Now, we’re doing a hundred and twenty
As fast as I could go
The Rambler pulled alongside of me
As if we were going slow
The fellow rolled down his window
And yelled for me to hear
“Hey, Buddy, how can I get this car
Out of second gear!""
“Let he who takes the plunge remember to return it!”
As my mind goes diving in fashion. Deep plunge neckline, plunge line back… (sigh)… I think I need to get a cold shower! Because… I don’t know how to Return it!
We look forward to Get-Away Weekends? ;)
I’m sorry… I think I lost it. In the Gary Household… who is giving out the Pity Party? Best I can tell – most of these people left their hearts and souls at the door. So – no points.
Did you know…
There is an Existential Dread Doll? It is a little yellow plushie, in a hoody, curled in a fetal position. The big selling point is – the hoody can be pulled tight around the face.
When I was a kid… the lines -
So I called up the captain Please bring me my wine, he said “We haven’t had that spirit here since 1969”
Always gave me the shivers. The date was too close to my birthdate. But now as I get older… It’s just creepy.
“I’m not searching for my other half because I am not half”
So I guess I’m not a Fixer-Upper. I’m happy with who I am.
I had to look that one up.
For any folks looking for what we are talking about… it is a life jacket. “Mark 1 life vest, popularly known as a Mae West because when inflated it gave the wearer a buxom appearance” (thank you Wikipedia) Typically used by the Air Force (many different nations).
My first thought when I was typing up the Stop Traffic idea was a line from the movie “Working Girl” (1988). Said by Tess McGill (played by Melanie Griffith), “I have a head for business and a body for sin. Is there anything wrong with that?”
I would tell them the average age. But so far… the ones who put it down… I suspect can’t read.