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Gosh, I’m so Proud!

Okay… so I was talking with Jesse (brother outlaw) and he made me aware of an interesting (?) trend in our collective American home decor choices.

Yessir. I’m talkin blinged “terlit seats” (my favorite sister’s expression), somehow a trend in using money as actual toilet decor.


Now, if you have a toilet seat like this, allow me to congratulate you on your entry to tackyland. Especially if you chose version two with the stunning $1 bills. Wow, you can piss under ten whole dollars, you big roller, you!

I’d expect someone who had a seat like this to also own a FloBee haircutting device and with it sport one hell of a mullet. He or she might drink a LOT of cheap whiskey, alone. Very alone. In mom’s basement. Under a leaky pipe.

I suppose in that case, this might be the only joy, in which it would be special and for which I would not rib. And as a gag, I think it’s funny… but as decor? I can’t even imagine what the rest of the place would look like.

What’s worse is that I saw a price tag for sixty dollars on it! I’m not even sure what the implications of such a price means!

I’m no expert, but I don’t really think one needs to be an expert in home decor to recognize this as a truly terrifying example of our gluttonous consumerism gone terribly awry. Please, please, step away from the seat.

0 replies on “Gosh, I’m so Proud!”

rl: please don’t tell me you’re part of the flobee fan club. 😉

tf: Jesus gave me a ringy dingy the other day – He pleaded with me to acquire your forgiveness; I gave Him a cigarette and a glass of cheap whiskey to calm his woes.

He just doesn’t understand where He went wrong with you. He’s in an awful distress about it. Why don’t you give His Lightliness a break? He only wants you to stop being a Pagan. Is that so much to ask???

YAY! I’m the favorite sister! I’d like the thank the Academy and Jesus, in that order. hey, I know which side MY bread is buttered on, what.

It just means that our money is worth less. The first time I saw a seat like this was 30 years ago. This is a time-honored tradition!

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