Monday, February 25, 2008

Nubrella


Daily Candy seriously sent me an email about this today. You would think that it is April Fools day or something. This is something straight out of the Jetsons, and that model and her outfit aren't helping the whole thing feel very modern. I just can't see this catching on around the world. I kind of want one just to wear it around campus and see how everyone stares. Own it for only $59.99

9 comments:

amberdawn said...

You always post some pretty good pictures. But I couldn't just stop staring at this one. Seriously, it is pretty dang ugly but kinda cool at the same time. I don't know what to feel to be honest with you!

Jenna said...

Maybe you just need to give your wedding a 60's Mod vibe like the one that girl is giving off. You can wear Go Go boots with your wedding dress.
http://images.buycostumes.com/mgen/merchandiser/18359.jpg

Stephanie Kay Moore said...

Hahaha Niiiice

Shaylene Rene' Photography said...

Funniest ever! I want you to have one!!

Munch & Crunch said...

HA HA HA jenna i love it. Think of how great that would be for rainy days...yeah everyone might be staring while you're outside, but they'll be staring with envy while you're inside with your perfect hair while theirs is wet...please purchase.

Jenna said...

I realized today that if I had one of these I would be able to pull the roller, talk on my phone, and keep my hair in perfect condition in the rain, all at the same time. How can I not own one of these? I would like to see a demonstration of how this thing holds up in the wind though.

soon-to-be Mrs. Ish said...

Hi! I just came upon your blog and this is the first picture that I see and I had to laugh!

Living in Seattle, that thing would sure come in handy. The rain and the wind here are killer for the hair and make up!

Amanda said...

I WANT ONE! Although, this person does look like bubble boy!

Jenna said...

mrs. ish-Thanks for stopping by! I was so excited to find your blog, I have a friend who will really enjoy reading it (I will be reading as well). I would love to see this become a trend in Seattle!

Amanda-Haha, the boy in the plastic bubble with John Travolta is such a great movie if you haven't seen it.

 
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