Tuesday, March 21, 2006


Somehow I'd always imagined that decomposition would take much less effort on my part.
Who knew?

15 comments:

Ben Heller said...

I can't tell whether that really is a ball or a winged panty pad ????

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Holy crap, you are right!

Well, I'll tell you right now, Ben, I do not want to compose my own winged panty pad. That's what drugstores are for.

Barbara said...

lol. I work in a drugstore and we do not compose them. I learned a lot more about blogging today... It was my day off to waste, and I did!

Anonymous said...

ooh i have one of those, must find it!

phlegmfatale said...

What IS that? A maxi-pad project? *LOL* Just noticed it's been ceremoniously dubbed "winged panty pad" which is perfect. This ball has wings!

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Obviously much sharper eyes than mine have immediately pinged upon the feminine hygiene possibilities here - I was too hung up on the decomposition efforts.

Barbara W, there was another long-held belief of mine, thank you very much. I can no longer imagine my friendly neighbourhood Shoppers' Drug Mart employees in the back room weaving maxi-pads in their down time. And I suppose there's no Easter bunny either.

Hello Anony, and welcome! I really hope you still have the composition/decomposition instructions that went with your winged panty pad ball. Otherwise it's sort of like building a nuclear bomb without a good plutonium recipe.

Phlegmfatale, it's the best of both worlds, innit? You can let your kids play with it all day long and then go dancing in it without worrying about embarassing leaks. Best to brush the sand off it first though.

Ocean said...

I've never seen a puzzle ball. Looks interesting. Made me think back to the rubick's cube. I would sit for hours turning that thing and still never get it done.

Will said...

I suck at putting things together. Would have to ask for Hillary's help - she's the expert.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Ocean, I never believe people who tell me that they can do Rubick's cubes. They cannot be done! Well, I can sometimes do one side...

Will, as long as you've got Hillary to do your dirty work for you, you should be okay.

Barbara said...

My friend could solve the cube behind his back in two minutes flat.
But that winged panty ball... I don't think he has the skill.

Are you psychic Barbara B. I do work at Shoppers. They cut hours back so we have no time to compose or decompose anything.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Barbara W - your friend is a freak!
Did you know that I am personally responsible for your salary, spending approximately $756,876.00/year at Shoppers?

Barbara said...

Wow that is a lot more than my salary! You must have tons of Optimum points!

Barbara Bruederlin said...

I could buy a house with my Optimum points!

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