Anyway. The other day I was straightening up the cluttered apartment with the television on. And as I'm hanging up various articles of clothing and trying -- in vain -- to fit them into our too-small, overly-stuffed, hole in my bedroom wall that cannot possibly really be considered a closet, a commercial for the Wonder Hanger flashed across the TV screen. And the Wonder Hanger man is all TRIPLE YOUR CLOSET SPACE! WRINKLE FREE! ORGANIZED! for only $9.99! At which point I dropped the wrinkled pile at my feet and sprinted to my computer with my credit card because I WANT TO HAVE THAT.
And I'm so excited because as soon as my Wonder Hangers get here, I will have TRIPLED my closet space and who doesn't need three times more space? And then when B came home later that afternoon and I told him how I had just changed our lives FOREVER, he was all
I am totally not sharing my Wonder Hangers with him.
So after my ShamWows and now my Wonder Hangers I've decided that maybe it's not normal for someone under the age of 72 who doesn't live in rural Illinois to be buying things from infomercials, no matter how much they will change your life for cheap.
But then a few days later, I was totally minding my own business when my mom e-mailed me to tell me she just saw a commercial for Celebrity Sexy Teeth for $49.99 with a $50 mail in rebate and she bought it. And I was all that is so fecked up. Who's teeth did you buy? Mel Gibson's? Tina Turner's? And she's all no no no, it's whitener so my teeth will be celebrity sexy teeth FOR FREE. And who doesn't want celebrity sexy teeth for free?
So I bought that too. $50 rebate, betchessss. And when I told B about that one, he was like you are NEVER allowed to watch TV unsupervised ever again and I was all pshh add it to the list of things I'm not allowed to do unsupervised but you'll be sorry when my teeth are so much sexier than yours that I'll be forced to dump you because my teeth will be out of your league. And then he just looked at me because he knows I'm totally serious. Tweet